Pacific ports given green light to dialogue

US west coast ports like Long Beach have been given the go ahead to discuss and agree on measures to improve efficiency. Photo: Paul Ottaviano

Federal Maritime Commissioner William P Doyle has given the green light for the implementation of the Pacific Ports Operational Improvements Agreement that authorises west coast ports to exchange information and reach agreement on measures to improve facilities in terms of productivity and efficiency.

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