Seaports have added 24 minutes in wait time over the past two weeks but still can’t overtake food distributors on the SONAR Time Suck O’Meter.
The SONAR dashboard has a heat map showing us wait time in color. The lighter colors actually indicate more wait time. Head to blue for faster service.
At least the seaports can hang their hat on supply chain disruptions. At 134 minutes of average wait time across the country for seaports, the industry is still faster than food distributors, which average 136 minutes. At food distributors, a 136-minute wait is like fast food.
And if you need more time than that, haul a load to a food distributor in Shreveport, Louisiana, where the wait time is 157 minutes!
That’s enough time to have a crawfish boil, take a nap, and have another crawfish boil before unloading.
Peace and Love!