- Estes wins battle to control sale of Yellow terminals amid tightening LTL capacity
- LA-LB must do more to reduce port emissions despite 2022 declines: regulator
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Estes wins battle to control sale of Yellow terminals amid tightening LTL capacity
A US bankruptcy court approved a $1.525 billion bid by Estes Express Lines to be the “stalking horse” that sets the floor price for Yellow’s terminals at auction, controlling their sale in November.
LA-LB must do more to reduce port emissions despite 2022 declines: regulator
Emissions spiked at the ports during the pandemic due to record container volumes and unprecedented supply chain bottlenecks that caused ships to idle at anchorage and trucks to back up at terminal gates.