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Flexibility in the Face of Uncertainty

Freightos

However, interestingly enough, in today’s global freight environment, shipping from China to Los Angeles by ocean freight and following that up with air cargo shipments to Europe may actually be a more viable route. Here’s how the data stacks up, relying on data points from Freightos’ air and ocean data., Total blended cost?

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Headlines UCLA Anderson.

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

Los Angeles Business Journal. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Headlines UCLA Anderson Forecast Conference. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (center) with the UCLA Anderson forecasters. The Straits Times. The MBA Student Voice. The MBA Insider’s Blog. Shanghai Daily. Riordan Programs Blog. Fortune. .

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Port of Los Angeles Introduces ‘The Signal,’ a New Data Tool

Supply Chain Brain

The Port of Los Angeles will begin distributing and publishing key dashboard data from Wabtec’s Port Optimizer so that all supply chain stakeholders have easy access and can use the forward-looking information to better plan and prepare for inbound cargo.

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Cargo Volumes Skyrocket to Pre-Pandemic Levels at Port of Los Angeles

Supply Chain Brain

To start 2024, the Port of Los Angeles has already moved an estimated 1.6 million TEUs, marking a 35% bump over that same period last year.

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A Gloomy Future for the Port of Los Angeles?

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

In June 2016, the Panama Canal will double its capacity, and this capacity expansion will undoubtedly reshape the freight flows around the globe, including those transiting through the Port of Los Angeles (click here for a past blog related to this subject). How can the Port of Los Angeles respond to this threat?

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New Enhancements Aim to Speed Container Drayage at Los Angeles and Long Beach Ports

West Coast and California Logistics

If you’ve been following operations at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in recent years, the trend looks something like this: the Ports continually break new volume records, truck turn times remain high, and officials vow to speed things up. China tariff announcements.

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This Week in Logistics News (September 16 – 22)

Logistics Viewpoints

Cargo volumes at the Port of Los Angeles rose 3 percent year-over-year to 828,016 TEUs in August, marking the first increase in 13 months, port officials said. When we are operating on all cylinders like we are right now, there’s no better choice for cargo than the Port of Los Angeles.”