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Jul 16, 2010

Evergreen, NYK to Stop Providing Chassis in U.S.

Evergreen and NYK announce they will stop providing chassis for import and export cargo in the United States. Both companies say that this policy will result in operational efficiencies and reduce pollution, as well as free up space.

Evergreen and NYK announce they will stop providing chassis for import and export cargo in the United States. Both companies say that this policy will result in operational efficiencies and reduce pollution, as well as free up space.

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Feb 14, 2011

Administration Wants $2 Billion in TIGER Grants

The plan president Obama sent to Congress will sharply expand the Department of Transportation's discretionary grants program, which covers multi-modal construction projects, and will create a broad Transportation Trust Fund to manage a number of surface transportation programs.

The plan president Obama sent to Congress will sharply expand the Department of Transportation's discretionary grants program, which covers multi-modal construction projects, and will create a broad Transportation Trust Fund to manage a number of surface transportation programs.

Oct 04, 2006

Geraldine Knatz reports to board stating that it is impossible

Apr 07, 2011

WTO Releases World's Top Exporters, Importers:Forecasts 6.5 Percent Trade Growth

The World Trade Organization forecasts global trade to grow 6.5 percent this year after the rebound growth of 14.5 percent in 2010 from 2009's deep recession.

The World Trade Organization forecasts global trade to grow 6.5 percent this year after the rebound growth of 14.5 percent in 2010 from 2009's deep recession.

Oct 10, 2011

Pierpass Gets Passing Grade

PierPass, which is the prime example program that tests unchartered waters, generates strong support and opposition. Harbor truckers cite inconsistent turn times, insufficient night gates and bunching of trucks after lunch breaks and shift changes as issues to address.

PierPass, which is the prime example program that tests unchartered waters, generates strong support and opposition. Harbor truckers cite inconsistent turn times, insufficient night gates and bunching of trucks after lunch breaks and shift changes as issues to address.

Feb 19, 2013

Long Beach Port Leaders Approve Expansion of Green Wall

LONG BEACH — Port officials agreed Tuesday to expand a green wall project to shield neighborhoods from the thousands of trucks and vehicles that travel along the Terminal Island (103) Freeway.

The Port of Long Beach Harbor Commission unanimously agreed to pay $180,000 toward the expansion and further study of the Terminal Island Freeway Green Wall Project championed by Long Beach City Councilman James Johnson, whose 7 th District includes the most affected neighborhoods.

LONG BEACH — Port officials agreed Tuesday to expand a green wall project to shield neighborhoods from the thousands of trucks and vehicles that travel along the Terminal Island (103) Freeway.

The Port of Long Beach Harbor Commission unanimously agreed to pay $180,000 toward the expansion and further study of the Terminal Island Freeway Green Wall Project championed by Long Beach City Councilman James Johnson, whose 7 th District includes the most affected neighborhoods.

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Jun 06, 2006

KC is launching daily Intermodal services to Mexico begins on

May 21, 2009

Panama's Ship May be Coming In

A frequent critic of NAFTA and other trade pacts when he was on the campaign trail President Obama is now throwing his support behind a trade deal with Panama, courting a potential back lash among his labor supporters.

A frequent critic of NAFTA and other trade pacts when he was on the campaign trail President Obama is now throwing his support behind a trade deal with Panama, courting a potential back lash among his labor supporters.