Port of Los Angeles plans to launch a new supply chain key dashboard data in order that all supply chain stakeholders have access and can use forward-looking information to better plan and prepare for inbound cargo.
Specifically, Port of Los Angeles goals to boost efficiency within the operations and provide visibility through Wabtec’s Port Optimizer™.
In light of the situation, Gene Seroka, Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles.
This planning tool will help make our partners more nimble and efficient, especially during volume surges like we are currently experiencing. This is the forward visibility our stakeholders have requested and we are proud to deliver it.
Unveiled at Los Angeles Harbor Commission meeting, th Port of Los Angeles Signal is a service of the Port of Los Angeles and powered by the Port Optimizer.
It includes a dashboard view of how many shipments will be arriving in Los Angeles over the next three weeks. The data is broken down by container type and includes details on the mode of transportation, whether rail or truck, once it arrives in Los Angeles.
We want stakeholders to have every advantage possible to better utilize their assets and plan for labor. This data can help facilitate better cargo tracking, projections and productivity.
…said Kareen Gray, Vice President Sales, Transport Logistics, for Wabtec.
Overall, Port of Los Angeles remains open with all terminals operational during the COVID-19 pandemic. North America’s leading seaport by container volume and cargo value, the Port of Los Angeles facilitated $276 billion in trade during 2019.