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Port of Los Angeles Plans Fees for Empty Containers

As we settle into the new year, our Sourcing Summit Companion Report looks ahead at ways to optimize processes and performance.

The Port of Los Angeles plans to begin charging a fee to ocean carriers that allow empty cargo containers to linger on its marine terminals for nine days or longer. The fee, subject to approval by the Los Angeles Harbor Commission, would take effect on Jan. 30. At that point, ocean carriers will be charged…

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