Harbor Freights operates a fleet of 15 marine vehicles on the west coast of the United States.
A harborside fleet, like any other, must be able to haul cargo on the open sea.
That means they have to operate under a range of safety and environmental regulations.
Harbor Freighters’ fleet includes two large commercial vessels that can carry as much as 1,500 pounds of cargo.
The second, the Harbor Fleet, is a smaller fleet of 10 small vessels.
The Harbor Fleet’s main job is to carry goods and people from Point A to Point B. The fleet is also used for commercial fishing and cargo deliveries to ports along the coast.
The two largest harborsides are located off the coasts of Seattle and Portland, Oregon.
The other harbors are located in California and New Mexico.
Harborside is a privately held company.
Its stock price is currently valued at around $25 billion, but it has a market cap of around $5 billion.
This article originally appeared on Newsweek.com.
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