Regulators investigate congestion at key US ports
Fees for detention and demurrage ‘were created to promote efficiency. The irony is that there's tons of inefficiency and the fees have become revenue models for those who are creating it’, according to Weston LaBar, chief executive of the Harbor Trucking Association
Federal Maritime Commissioner Dan Maffei said the formation of shipping alliances has created ‘more efficiency on the ocean side of the supply chain, but that in turn has caused much more inefficiency and congestion on the land side and that is something that we might need to tackle directly’
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