In the U.S., the brunt of the outbreak seems far from over and companies have canceled supply orders as a result. “That has a domino effect on our economy. The concern is: Now, is this triggering a recession?” Port of Long Beach Director Mario Cordero said.
Leaders at the Long Beach and Los Angeles ports on Monday approved a new entrance fee of $10 per 20-foot equivalent unit for trucks that fail to comply with low emissions standards yet to be set by the state.
Some of the website’s new features include optimization for tablet and smartphone users, social media integration, an interactive map, photo galleries, improved online forms and calendar, and an enhanced search function.
The California Public Utilities Commission has cleared the way for a new type of renewable power plant to be built across the state, including at the Port of Long Beach where one is expected to fuel a new line of cleaner vehicles.
Rail and truck activity at the Port of Long Beach is down about 25% percent, with many workers having little work to do.
Dockworkers moved 599,985 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in November, 3.5% less than the same month last year.
Federal prosecutors allege the man tried to export the equipment on several occasions, including two attempts through the Port of Long Beach.
Starting Dec. 14., the ship will depart every Saturday for week-long voyages to Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas.
Authorities said the counterfeit Nike shoes would have been worth about $2.2 million if they were authentic.
The lawsuit alleges pregnant women are unfairly disadvantaged as casual workers trying to earn their way to union membership and a full-time job.