With freight moving around the world, there is a lot of cargo shipping going on in Cleveland.

In fact, the port of Cleveland has more containers on its docks than any other port in the world.

The Cleveland-area port, which opened in 2009, is the third-largest container port in North America.

There are over 2,000 containers on the docks of the port, according to the Port of Cleveland.

But some of those containers are just for the shipping industry, and some are for the everyday people who work there.

Fedex is getting into Cleveland to offer a new service, called Frontline.

The service lets freight companies track their cargo to Cleveland and deliver it to other ports.

The city’s mayor says that’s a good thing for workers.

“They are all going to benefit from this,” Mayor Frank Jackson said.

“The people who are here in Cleveland, they are going to get jobs.

They’re going to be better able to pay their bills, which is important.

And they’re going, ‘Oh, this is great.

I’ve been doing this for 10 years and I’m so grateful that we have this.'”

The port’s website says that Frontline is currently available in nine U.S. cities, and it will soon expand to Chicago and other markets.

The company says that its service is free for the first three days.

The Cleveland Port Authority says that, for now, the service is limited to freight shipments of about 10,000 pounds per day.

However, it says it is looking at expanding the service to other types of shipments.

In the coming months, it plans to offer other services to Clevelanders.

For instance, the Port Authority is working on new truck-handling equipment that will allow for more trucks to be moved from trucks in the Port’s fleet.