LA’s empty-box charge could spark negative reaction from carriers

US hauliers fear an empty-container dwell charge at the port of Los Angeles will see shipping lines delay the return of boxes to the port.
Executive director Gene Seroka announced in mid-December that such a fee was under consideration and on 30 December, the port announced charges on long-dwelling empties would be imposed from 30 January.
However, drayage firms are concerned this could prompt ocean liners to adopt a more restrictive stance …

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