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Port trucking companies' responses to the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement's (DLSE) flurry of decisions closing out 2015 took a new twist.  Instead of appealing the decisions, the three companies involved - Pacific 9 Transportation, Fargo Trucking and WinWin Logistics - let all but a handful of the more than 100 decisions stand. The companies' inaction essentially made the…

According to maritime consulting experts Drewry, west coast ports are not yet ready to handle regular calls from 18,000 twenty-foot-equivalent unit capacity vessels.  One of the reasons Drewry gives for ports being unprepared is the desperate need to improve the efficiency of the port trucking system.  But on December 26, CMA CGM’s 18,000 TEU Benjamin Franklin became the largest containership…

Safety is consistently a top priority for innovative port logistics companies, while name brand retailers generally shy away from logistics providers with poor safety records because of potential negative impacts on supply chain performance. Industry leaders agree, basic, professional safety standards are a perquisite to operating in the supply chains of global retailers, due to the direct and indirect cost…

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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