Port of L.A.'s Seroka pledges to earn back cargo

“It hasn't been enough to convince the importers and exporters to keep their cargo here in L.A. because they believe that a work stoppage, a strike, a job action is imminent,” says Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka. “To the contrary, the rank-and-file [members] … are out there working every day, and the productivity's never been higher.” The Port of Los Angeles

“As supply chains find their way to certainty, folks will be a little bit hesitant to shift back,” Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka tells RailPrime's Grace Renderman. “We've got to be even better than we thought we had to [be].” 


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