Californian ports in historic data-sharing deal

Port of Oakland

The Californian Port Data Partnership will improve the flow of goods and enhance supply chain transparency

The five containerised ports across California are joining forces in a major data-sharing programme.

The Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, which account for the largest portion of the state’s container volume, were joined by the Port of Oakland as well as the Port of Hueneme and the Port of San Diego in signing the historic agreement.

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