Port drayage

Business

Harbor Trucking Association, Clean Energy Forge Exclusive Partnership

Trucks at the Port of Long Beach, Calif. TT File Photo

The Harbor Trucking Association announced Clean Energy Fuels Corp. will be the exclusive provider of clean transportation fuels to the group, whose membership includes more than 100 drayage companies operating more than 8,000 trucks in West Coast ports.

Transport Topics
February 26, 2018
Business, Equipment

Supply Chain Execs Explain Lessons Learned a Year After Hanjin Disruption

Truck with a Hanjin container at port Jim R. Bounds/Bloomberg News

On Aug. 31, 2016, the Hanjin Shipping Co. shut its doors, filing for bankruptcy protection and kickstarting a series of problems for port authorities, truckers, cargo owners, freight forwarders and equipment providers to solve on the fly.

Ari Ashe | Staff Reporter
August 24, 2017
Opinion

Opinion: USA Today ‘Rigs’ Investigation of Intermodal Drayage

USA Today's June 16, 2017, investigative article, “Rigged.” was, in fact, rigged against the Southern California port trucking community and the thousands of motor carriers and drivers that serve this industry, as well as the many customers that depend on their services.

Joni Casey | President and CEO, Intermodal Association of North America
July 25, 2017