Allan Dow, president of Logility, said the acquisition extends Logility’s ability to deploy innovative supply chain and retail optimization solutions faster and at a lower total cost of ownership.
However, individual terminals at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will negotiate directly with chassis leasing companies over compensation for storing chassis and providing services to lessors.
Marine terminals deemed high risk have two years to install an automated system for inspecting workers and others before allowing entry onto the premises.
Registration takes less than 1 minute.
DSF said it expects intra-regional trades to grow in importance at the expense of the main east-west trades.
However, chassis lessors oppose the West Coast Marine Terminal Operator Agreement members’ plan to implement a $5 fee on chassis that move in and out of container terminals at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, saying it will cost them $29 million.
However, the Department of Homeland Security waived the 100 percent scanning law for the third time, which was originally scheduled to be implemented four years ago in reaction to 9/11.