John Gallagher

Port of Los Angeles
Cargo volume growth and jobs are at stake as the United States and China continue trade retaliation measures.

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The incident affecting its US operations is the latest of several service issues plaguing the box line.
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The White House’ Office of Management and Budget received 60 comments on ways to streamline and reduce US maritime regulatory burdens.
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Escalating trade war between the US and China is delaying vessels calling at US ports, warns Union Pacific Railroad President and CEO Lance Fritz.
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