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Trans BC Freightways Repositioning begin immediately after a container has been unloaded and it is important since it involves costs that must be assumed by the shippers and are reflected by the costs paid by producers and consumers. Firms taking advantage of this may reduce, likely temporarily, their transport costs.
An increasing number of containers are repositioned empty because cargo cannot be found for a return leg. The outcome has been a growth in the repositioning costs as shippers attempt to manage the level of utilization of their containerized assets. The positioning of empty containers is one of the most complex problems concerning global freight distribution, an issue being underlined by the fact that about 2.5 million TEU of containers are being stored empty, waiting to be used.