A key factor for any logistics operation is the average turnaround time. By definition, the average turnaround time is the duration it takes to complete the entire process of loading and delivering finished goods. That might include moving items from a port to an inland warehouse or storing them temporarily near a port. Having a short average turnaround time is an excellent advantage. It also helps transporters keep pace when trying to improve efficiency and execute international freight movements. Remember that the turnaround time is essential for getting containers from port to destination. It will be easier to achieve a quick turnaround time by leveraging shorter hauls, more deconsolidation, and safety-driven unloading/loading processes. Let’s take a closer look at why and how collective services with streamlined strategies for port-to-storage can help.