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California trucking associations urge ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to create program for single, interoperable appointment system for drayage, trucks; groups say companies must currently access up to seven different systems to operate at ports

Cargo volume through October at Port of New York and New Jersey rises 9.4% year-over-year, while Port of Los Angeles' volume falls about 6%, Long Beach rises 1.5%; Port of NY and NJ estimates 85% of its imports this year were meant to go to West Coast

Marine Exchange of Southern California declares that the containership backlog for the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has ended; MESC aims to maintain anchorages at 40 to 60% capacity, continue to assign Calculated Times of Arrival to determine order

California's Port of Long Beach unveils first of two electric truck charging stations to serve San Pedro Bay Complex; there are currently 36 zero-emissions trucks, among about 20,000 trucks total, registered to serve ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles

Port of Los Angeles reports lowest volume in October since 2009, down 25% year-over-year, with imports down 28% and exports down 8.5%; terminals are now operating at approximately 70% capacity and have nearly cleared vessel backlogs, improved dwell time

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