Shwanika Narayan

Reporter (Manufacturing and Trade)

Email: snarayan@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 251

Recent Stories

Electric Bus Maker Opens Manufacturing Facility in City of Industry

Burlingame-based electric bus manufacturer Proterra Inc. commemorated its new manufacturing facility in City of Industry on Wednesday.

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Report: Molina Healthcare to Cut 1,400 Jobs

Long Beach-based Molina Healthcare Inc. plans to cut 1,400 jobs in the next few months, Reuters reported Monday.

BYD’s Hiring Pledge Could Charge Up MTA Bus Deal

Downtown-based electric vehicle maker seeks $66 million contract.

Electric bus maker BYD sweetens deal for MTA contract.

Terminal Consolidation Could Bring Sea Change

PORTS: Shipping line mergers are changing cargo movement locally, abroad.

Shipping line mergers are having ripple effects at L.A.’s twin ports.

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New Members Join Port of Long Beach Harbor Commission

The Long Beach Harbor Commission is getting two new members: former Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal and former City Councilman Frank Colonna.

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Los Angeles, Long Beach Ports Clean Air Action Update Could Cost $14 Billion

Implementing goals of having only zero-emission vehicles and cargo handling equipment by 2035 will cost the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach $7 billion to $14 billion, according to the ports’ Clean Air Action Plan update released Thursday

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June Imports Surge at L.A., Long Beach Ports

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach each reported they had their second-highest June cargo numbers, as L.A. hit a record volume in its last fiscal year.

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Apparel Consultant Folds After 18 Years

Fashion Business founder says nonprofit approach poor fit for guidance-providing operation.

Founder says the bankrupt Fashion Business was hemmed in by a nonprofit structure.

California’s Imports Surge as Exports See Slight Growth

California exporters saw a modest gain in May according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data.

Investor Docks at Port

SHIPPING: Swedish fund pays $817 million for L.A. terminal; plans upgrades.

Swedish investment fund drops anchor at Port of Los Angeles with $817 million terminal deal.

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