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The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be felt throughout the supply chain, and a recent report reveals that Southern California’s port trucking industry is failing to provide drivers with necessary protections. The report, Cargo in Crisis: Covid-19’s Impact on Southern California Port Truck Drivers, released by Change to Win last week, found that over 80% of port…

Touted as one of the rising stars in the logistics world following its 2003 acquisition spree of 25 companies, XPO Logistics may be facing more lawsuits challenging its business model of classifying its truck drivers as independent contractors than any other logistics company in America. XPO freight, port, and rail drivers, as well as XPO warehouse workers, from across the…

The port trucking sector in Southern California is a critical hub of the global economy.  40% of the goods entering the United States come through the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and most of these containerized goods are hauled out of the port by the 11,000 port truck drivers doing business at the harbors of San Pedro Bay.…

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