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ILWU wins major organizing victory on the docks in Southern California

ILWU Local 63 organizing victory, October 2017.

From the Dispatcher:

On October 5th, newly organized ILWU members were sworn into Local 63 as part of an on-going campaign to organize the superintendents in the ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach. Superintendents from Pasha, Eagle Marine Services (Operations Center), California United Terminals and West Coast Terminal […]

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GGS Terminal at Port of LA Initiates Appointment System

Eagle Marine, operator for the GGS/APL Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles has announced the implementation of mandatory appointments for import container pickups. This will become effective July 21. The link for more information is www.emodal.com

From PierPASS.org

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Port of Seattle, Eagle Marine agree to make Terminal 5 big ship ready

Under the proposal, EMS would shift its operations to Terminal 18, allowing EMS to preserve container volume and ship calls.

The Port of Seattle and Eagle Marine Services (EMS), operator of Terminal 5, have announced a proposal to relocate its cargo and breakbulk activities to another terminal so that the port can modernize Terminal 5 […]

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Port of Los Angeles approves $196 million redevelopment of APL terminal

The Los Angeles Harbor Commission certified the final environmental impact report and approved the proposed expansion of the port’s APL terminal operated by long-time tenant Eagle Marine Services.

Due to begin in late 2012, the $196 million redevelopment project at the facility, commonly known as Pier 300, will add a further 1,250 feet of new […]

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