Truck and rail dwell time remains steady at San Pedro Bay Ports

February 20, 2024

Via: Container News

Through January, cargo traveling through the San Pedro Bay Port complex and destined for local delivery via truck spent an average of 2.89 days at port terminals, translating to a slight uptick from December’s average of 2.69 days. The January […]


Ships calling LA and Long Beach told to queue up 150 miles from shore

November 12, 2021

Via: Splash 247

A working group of maritime industry stakeholders that includes the Pacific Maritime Association, the Pacific Merchant Marine Shipping Association and Marine Exchange of Southern California came up with a new queueing process for containerships at the Ports of Los Angeles […]


Shipping Organizations: Protecting Salish Sea Is a Shared Responsibility

February 21, 2019

Via: World Maritime News

Both organizations are focused on the Pacific Northwest and the Salish Sea as a vital gateway for marine commerce in Canada and the United States, and as a significant part of the larger North American supply chain. The Salish Sea […]