Port of Los Angeles - San Joaquin Valley rail service may begin in 2028
A rail service linking agricultural exporters in California’s San Joaquin Valley to the Port of Los Angeles could begin in 2028, according to Eugene Seroka, Executive Director, Port of Los Angeles...
NY State court upholds trucker e-tracking regs
Intrastate New York truckers will have to use the same electronic logging devices (ELDs) as their interstate counterparts, thanks to a court decision finding no basis for a driver support organization’s regulatory challenge.
AWO & Glosten Warn That California Harbor Craft Rules Will Be Costly
On August 9th, Crowley and the Port of San Diego broke ground on the shoreside charging station designed to provide clean energy for the company’s new zero-emissions tugboat, eWolf.
IANA hears railroads losing $4 billion/year to trucking & shipping overcapacity is driving more blank sailings
The Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) Expo opened in Long Beach, California with panelists warning that railroads have lost $4 billion annually in business to trucking and that blank sailings, caused by new ship orders, are on the rise and will impact U.S. ports.
Port of Long Beach $4.7 billion ‘Pier Wind’ offshore wind port construction to start in 2027
The Port of Long Beach projects that it will begin construction on its 400 acre ‘Pier Wind’ offshore wind port in 2027 which is projected to cost $4.7 billion, according to Suzanne Plezia, Senior Director/Chief Harbor Engineer for the Port of Long Beach.
WWPC celebrated 21st annual conference in Toronto
Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) members gathered in Toronto, Canada, for their 21st annual membership conference during 3.-6. September.
Simplifying Foreign-Trade Zones: A 5-Step Guide to Streamlined FTZ Management
Understanding the FTZ process is essential for any company considering utilizing this powerful tool.
Air Cargo Multi-Story Facilities in the US
In countries outside of the United States, multi-story warehouses have been commonplace for decades.
California Harbor Trucking Association’s Schrap says zero emission mandates don’t work
California is going to need thousands of chargers and charging stations and electric trucks in order to meet its zero emission truck goals but the capacity of energy, charging stations and electric trucks is not currently available according to Matt Schrap, CEO for the Harbor Trucking Association.
Panama Canal’s low water delays could last 10 months impacting U.S. Gulf/East Coast ports
The Panama Canal’s drought induced low water problems are causing vessel traffic jams that could last for the next ten months according to the Athens-based shipbroker Intermodal.

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