TRAC Supports Dorian Relief Effort In The Bahamas
TRAC Intermodal has donated over 7,000 essential items to support humanitarian aid to the people affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, including water, canned foods, baby products, hygiene essentials, pet food, and many other items desperately needed by the region in crisis.
This donation is a part of a larger relief effort coordinated by MSC North America and APM Terminals in Mobile, AL and supported by the local community. Currently, four containers with donations are on their way to Port Everglades and will be loaded onto a vessel next week.
Hurricane Dorian had a catastrophic impact on the Bahamas earlier in September. The Category 5 storm produced more than $7.5 Billion worth of damage and left at least 70,000 people homeless.
In the wake of the devastation caused by the hurricane, TRAC Intermodal is proud to be part of a maritime and trucking community that quickly responded to the call for help in the Bahamas.
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