Terminal consolidation on the US West Coast is set to be much slower than carrier consolidation.
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Terminal consolidation on the US West Coast is happening even if it is not sending the tremors that the wave of carrier mergers and acquisitions has.
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The alarm bells have been ringing for years.
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Without such guarantees, carriers spending billions of dollars to meet the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO's) rule will be unfairly disadvantaged by competitors who do not meet it.
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