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September didn’t set off any bells for container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles.
September container cargo volume broke more records at the Port of Long Beach, port officials said Monday.
The Port of Los Angeles reported Friday that it had its best August since a record-setting 790,730 containers moved through the port in 2006.
August was another record month for container cargo volume at the Port of Long Beach, and a clear sign of returning customer confidence, port officials said Wednesday.
Gasoline is very expensive in California because of a refinery explosion in March. Who is most to blame?
The Chatsworth factory that once turned out Hot Pockets frozen sandwiches has been sold to a Chinese company that was the exclusive supplier of dumplings to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
The Port of Los Angeles saw container cargo volume fall in July, a sharp contrast to a record-setting month at the port next door.
It was Christmas in July for the Port of Long Beach, which on Thursday reported record monthly cargo traffic as the peak pre-holiday shipping season got off to a strong start.
Fisker Automotive Inc. said it would open a manufacturing facility in Moreno Valley, marking the first time Southern California will have an automotive plant in decades.
Cargo volume at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach fell last month compared with the same period last year, the latest figures show.
There’s no more questioning who will be the new head at Guess Inc.
Monrovia drone maker AeroVironment Inc. posted better-than-expected earnings Tuesday, thanks to strong sales of its unmanned aircraft.
The Port of Los Angeles said it would start work this summer on a two-year, $67 million project to upgrade several berths at Yusen Terminals.
Anheuser-Busch is investing $20 million at its Van Nuys brewery to improve water efficiency in the filtering, brewing and packaging operations.
El Segundo toy maker Mattel Inc. has recently started selling a tiny version of Tesla Motors’ flagship electric luxury sedan, the Model S.