Automation protects jobs, stresses APM Terminals

Pier 400

Automating the Port of Los Angeles’ Pier 400 will protect business and jobs in “an increasingly challenging environment”, APM Terminals has said following a decision to postpone a construction permit to allow it to carry out modernisation work.

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