The new harbors in Southern California and the booming California freight industry are pushing up the cost of freight tracking and the cost for moving containers.
And the new technologies and systems are putting a crimp on what’s been a steady increase in container movement for years.
The industry is already making changes.
Last year, a company called Shippers International launched a system called the Harborsight.
This year, the California Department of Transportation started rolling out new systems that can scan containers for the exact spot where they need to be tracked and move them, which is a new standard.
This is something that’s been happening for years, but it hasn’t been so common, said Brian Smith, a senior vice president at Shippers.
“What’s new is the ability to be able to scan the entire container, to go from the top of a container to the bottom,” Smith said.
“I think it’s a huge thing for us,” said Scott Taylor, vice president of logistics at FedEx, which has a $40 billion fleet of containers.
FedEx has a fleet of 40,000 containers that are moving between its warehouses in Michigan and Illinois.
He said that the company is adding new technologies to make tracking easier.
“We have this system, which we call Harborsite, which takes data from the truck and automatically detects the location of the container and tells the truck where to move it, whether it’s up to 5,000 feet, or 10,000,” Taylor said.
“There are other ways of getting that data.”
That’s a lot of data, said Mark Karpeles, president of the Container Technology Association, a trade group that advocates for the industry.
“That’s going to create a huge amount of data that’s going out to a wide variety of agencies,” Karpels said.
The costs of tracking and moving containers have been increasing over time.
In 2016, the Federal Trade Commission estimated the costs of freight-tracking technology were $20 million a year.
That’s up from $12 million a decade earlier.
The cost of shipping containers in the U.S. rose by 6.3% in the first quarter of 2018, according to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Thats up from a 4.2% increase in the same period last year.
And that was before the election, when the GOP won control of Congress and began repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
The increase in costs could hurt the shipping industry, which relies on the federal government to help it operate.
And as containers move more and more, that could hurt business.
But the costs are also increasing because of technology.
And there are new rules in place that can help companies with the tracking.
The new standards are called the “harbor tracking system,” and they allow the industry to increase the speed at which containers move, and how quickly they can be moved.
The new harbor tracking systems can detect when containers are moving up to 40,0000 feet or more and move more quickly than normal.
This can be important if a container is going to be on a conveyor belt for a long time.
It can also be important for moving items that need to get to a warehouse.
And, if a freight carrier is shipping a container, the new tracking systems are able to detect when the container needs to be moved from a warehouse to a shipping yard.
The system also allows the freight carrier to automatically move containers when they’re being moved from their loading dock to a cargo container.
The container can also automatically move itself out of the shipping dock, which makes it easier to transport cargo.
It can also help companies move containers quickly, and more quickly, since it’s more efficient than moving them manually.
“In some ways, the harbor is like a warehouse,” said Karpes.
“You can use the same warehouse to store things, but there’s a more efficient way to move things.”
The Harborsights system can also detect when a container needs a different type of tracking.
That means containers with different weights, or different widths.
It’s a great system for storing cargo in warehouses, which have much smaller spaces, like a half-acre or less.
But it can also track containers that need more space or a lower load.
That can make it difficult to track large shipments.
“There are a number of factors that could affect the movement of cargo,” said Rob Denton, an associate professor of transportation engineering at the University of California, San Diego, who studies freight tracking.
“The load is high, the temperature is high.
There’s a different load-handling system.
There are other factors.”
But with the rise of the containers moving at such high speeds, it’s not a coincidence that the cost has increased.
The increased costs are due to an increased need to track the movement.
And that means the new harriers need to become more efficient.
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