Hurricane Dorian has turned to a more northerly path aiming for Savannah GA

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Published by iTrucker at 31 Aug

Hurricane Dorian has turned to a more northerly path aiming for Savannah GA

Dorian has turned to a more northerly path, with its current path looking like landfall at Savannah. If the storm damages the Savannah port, it could have a devastating impact on East Coast supply chains. Updates in the Critical Event Center.- According to Craig Fuller, CEO at FreightWaves and data from SONAR.

FreightWaves is opening up its SONAR freight data platform, free of charge, to help carriers, shippers, and third-party logistics providers prepare for Hurricane Dorian and provide relief in its wake.

Read more here

SONAR access will be open to all for free through September 6, 2019. There is no obligation or credit card required.

Source and credits: freightwaves.com / Craig Fuller, CEO at FreightWaves / Ashley Coker, Editor/ John Paul Hampstead and, iTrucker  / Mario Pawlowski  

 

 

 

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