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Truck Turn Times Improve at Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach

By December 4, 2019April 30th, 2020No Comments

Improved efficiency, better communication and slower growth are three of the reasons truck turn times at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in November fell to their second-lowest level since March 2014, the Harbor Trucking Association announced.


“The relationship between the marine terminals and the truckers in Southern California is probably the best it has ever been,” HTA CEO Weston LaBar told Transport Topics. The group monitors monthly turn times at the facilities, the two largest on the West Coast. Turn time is the average time it takes a truck to enter and exit a port facility.