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Mega Ship in Port of Los Angeles

What Ports Need to Attract Mega-Ships

Written by Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor JOC LONG BEACH, Calif. — As North American container ports compete fiercely for market share, it’s becoming clear that the winners will be those that reliably and efficiently handle mega-ships on the water and land side of the berths. “Shippers want consistency, reliability and service at a low cost,” Alan McCorkle, senior vice president of…
Vic La Rosa's presentation

Steady Cargo Growth Expected for 2013

Steady growth of containerized cargo imports and exports is expected this year as the U.S. economic picture brightens, said industry experts at the ninth annual “Pulse of the Ports Peak Season Forecast” March 27 in Long Beach. Representatives for the retail, shipping and terminal operating sectors as well as the panel’s economist predicted 3 to 6 percent growth in freight…
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NEWS Marine Terminal Operators at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach Launch Initiative to Speed Cargo Moves by Reducing Trouble Tickets

LONG BEACH, Calif., Jan. 10, 2013 – PierPass Inc. today announced an initiative to reduce the number of transaction problems experienced when trucks pick up or deliver containers at the marine terminals at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. These problems – exceptions from normal processes that result in the issuance of “trouble tickets” — lead to substantial…
EPA Chief Lisa Jackson meets with TTSI President, Vic La Rosa

EPA Chief Visits the Port

PORT OF LONG BEACH — Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson tours the Port, meeting officials and seeing first-hand the advances made in fighting pollution here in Long Beach. Pictured above, Lisa Jackson meets with Total Transportation Services (TTSI) President, Vic La Rosa. EPA Chief Lisa Jackson visits the Port of Long Beach Read full Long Beach Press Telegram article…
Tyrano Hydrogen powered engine

Port of Long Beach and Vision Sign Agreement for Zero-Emission Truck Demonstration

Chapter 3 in our sustainability story. TTSI’s First Zero-Emission Class 8 Hydrogen Truck. EL SEGUNDO, California — The Port of Long Beach and Vision Motor Corporation of El Segundo, California have entered into an agreement to develop and demonstrate one (1) hydrogen fuel cell/plug-in electric TYRANO(TM) class 8 on-road truck and one (1) hydrogen fuel cell/plug-in electric zero-emission terminal tractor…

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