LA-LB ports confident they can stop import share bleed

LA-LB ports confident they can stop import share bleed

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are betting that a $6.6 billion investment and more dynamic operations fueled by technology will stem the bleeding of import market share to East Coast ports that are targeting even more Midwest cargo.

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