Smooth start for Lowenthal law

Mongeluzzo, Bill
July 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);7/14/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 28, p44
Reports on the implementation of the Lowenthal act which will fine marine terminals for each trucker who had to wait for more than 30 minutes in California. Problems experienced during the first two weeks of implementation in July 2003; Number of gate moves processed by Southern California terminals per day; Information on the Premier Appointment System used by Marine Terminals Corp.


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