The plight of truckers serving the port complex of Los Angeles/Long Beach has led to calls from industry bodies for a stay on demurrage and detention fees.
Now, truckers that call at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) have similar tales of frustration.
Trucks often wait between four and eight hours to pick up cargo from LAX, reported Katie Griley, vice-president of sales and operations of Griley Air Freight.
The company, an airfreight trucking …
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