COVID-19 surge hurting productivity, but won’t close LA-LB ports: employers

COVID-19 surge hurting productivity, but won’t close LA-LB ports: employers

Despite an acceleration in COVID-19 cases among longshoremen in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, waterfront employers say there are enough general dockworkers to handle near-record container volumes, although a shortage of trained equipment operators is a problem.

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