Port truck congestion the focus of Los Angeles FMC hearing

Stakeholders in the escalating port trucking congestion crisis gathered at an FMC-hosted public forum on “US Port Congestion” at the Port of Los Angeles. As AJOT West Coast correspondent Stas Margaronis observed at the packed hearing, there are “deep divisions” between the parties and real solutions remain elusive. But as FMC Commissioner Cordero reminded the forum, they’ve been down this road before and collectively found solutions to major problems.
Long Beach’s Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement will speed cars, trucks …and much bigger ships

For the last twenty-five years, it could be argued that the most important bridge in the US was the Port of Long Beach’s Gerald Desmond Bridge.

Will LA’s TraPac investment pay off?
Breakbulk shipments rise at Port Hueneme
Grain exporters challenge ILWU at Columbia River ports
New players jumping into ship finance for boxship owners
Will Panama Canal widening lose out to mega ships & terminals?
Harley Marine flies the green flag

Harley Marine Services (HMS), headquartered in Seattle Washington, is reducing its carbon footprint while providing tugboat services at major U.S. ports.

Global water shortages will skyrocket desalination demand
Antonini Trucking drives Stockton’s short sea effort

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