Freight transportation in and around Houston remains at a standstill as companies check on staff, assess damages, and prepare for a difficult recovery and higher truck rates after historic flooding unleashed by Hurricane Harvey. Port terminals, major highways, rail lines, airports, industries, trucking docks and warehouses remain closed, along with most regular business activity in the fourth-largest US city. Cargo remains stuck in warehouses, at port terminals, and on inbound ships.
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