Inland haulage is the movement of containers from a seaport to an inland container freight station. Inland haulage is technically a type of drayage.

Inland operations is a term used for all of the logistics operations involved in inland transportation, including warehousing and shipping.

Inland storage facilities, also called inland container depots or dry ports, are used to temporarily store and repair containers as they travel between major ports.

Inland charges include all of the transportation costs involved in moving containers to and from a seaport.