The Future

It should be apparent to everybody that I have lost 99% of my interest in radio, and this website is sitting here only to transition to something else.

This is still very much a work in progress, and no guarantee it will ever amount to anything, but with the sudden interest in the breakdown of the supply chain, I’m accumulating and documenting my knowledge about the shipping business.

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If the page appears to be empty, change the orientation of your mobile device to be horizontal.  The section on the Port of Los Angeles is the most complete and probably of the most interest currently.

 

Port of Los Angeles

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2 Responses to The Future

  1. prboylan says:

    Hi Fred, welcome back!
    I’ve read where one of the key problems with the California ports is self-inflicted. The state came out with new diesel exhaust regulations under which only the newest (cleanest) trucks are allowed to operate in the state. There aren’t enough of those trucks for normal interstate shipments, so they’re having to use the small fleet of new trucks to transport goods from the Pacific docks to the eastern California border. Then they load the goods on conventional trucks for shipment to the rest of the country. What a Charlie Foxtrot…

  2. RebelSansClue says:

    Glad you’re still here, Fred. I’ve enjoyed this site for who knows how long. Just wouldn’t be the interwebs without it.

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