California

California

17 Jun 2015
The Port of Long Beach in May recorded its busiest month since October 2007, indicating that cargo volumes are returning to pre-recession levels and the worst effects of the labor disruptions this past year are over.
15 Jun 2015
Container volume at the Port of Los Angeles edged up 0.8 percent in May as the largest U.S. port looks for direction following a lengthy period of congestion and labor issues over the past year.
15 Jun 2015
The Port of Oakland in May had its busiest month in almost four years, handling 213,260 20-foot-equivalent container units and sign that operations have returned to normal after months of congestion. The total volume of import, export and empty containers was up 3.8 percent from May 2014.
11 Jun 2015
Despite its well-publicized port congestion and labor problems this past year, Southern California continues to be a hotbed for industrial real estate development, industry experts told the I.CON Industrial Real Estate Conference sponsored by the Commercial Real Estate Development Association Wednesday in Long Beach.
Evergreen terminal at the Port of Los Angeles
09 Jun 2015
The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners approved a $1.001 billion fiscal year 2015-16 budget that includes expenditures of $198.8 million for capital improvements.
05 Jun 2015
A bill introduced in Congress on Friday would empower the president to intervene to halt port labor slowdowns as well as strikes, and would allow state governors to initiate the process for federal back-to-work injunctions.
04 Jun 2015
As chassis issues continue to haunt the West Coast, it seems increasingly likely that shippers will pay for chassis storage.
04 Jun 2015
Josh Owen, president of Ability Tri-Modal in Southern California, died Tuesday. According to the California Trucking Association, Owen suffered a heart attack. He was 43.
02 Jun 2015
"Virtual" less-than-truckload carrier Shift Freight is reaching further into the Midwest, building lanes and serving destinations in Ohio and Michigan.
02 Jun 2015
Work slowdowns and port congestion associated with the 2014-15 coastwide longshore contract negotiations continued to haunt West Coast ports in April, with total container volume down 6 percent from April 2014 even though the slowdowns had ended in February.
02 Jun 2015
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved an $829 million budget for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, which includes $555 million for port expansion and improvement projects.