Southern California port fee rise threatens business, say truckers
‘The death by a thousand fees approach has hurt our gateway, by driving away business, resulting in a 19.4% loss in market share for the west coast container ports since 2006,’ says Weston LaBar, president of the Harbor Trucking Association
The new fees are imposed by PierPass, a not-for-profit company created by the 12 marine terminal operators at the San Pedro Bay ports to address issues such as congestion, air quality and security
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