Agreed and understood that there is more involved than just unloading boxes off the ships. As you said, they have to be placed on some vehicle to be moved two temporary storage at the port, and then moved again onto a vehicle to take them outside of the port. That creates a lot of opportunity to move the bottle neck from unloading the ship, to moving them to storage, to moving them out of the port.
However, if the port is only working two shifts to unload the ships, and isn’t letting conveyance to take place from the port to wherever, there is going to be a bottleneck with 50 ships at anchor. My annoyance is with the port not working 24/7. The port spokesman, Hacegaba, said they were only working five days a week, two shifts. My annoyance is with the port not working 24/7, not with the absence of truckers, or warehouse space outside of the port, which is still open for investigation… Not with the absence of truckers, or warehouse space outside of the Port, which is still open for investigation.