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CALIFORNIA CARTAGE COMPANY Unpaid wages

CALIFORNIA CARTAGE COMPANY did the evil thing of not paying its employees’ wages, which led to CALIFORNIA CARTAGE COMPANY being investigated for alleged labor law violations. During the course of the investigation, CALIFORNIA CARTAGE COMPANY agreed to settle with the Department of Labor by paying a $3.5 million fine. California County Regulations California counties are […]

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truck drivers protest

Germany has decided to increase highway tolls and the tolls have been raised. This decision has caused truckers in Germany to protest, calling it ridiculous. They blocked the roads with their trucks and demanded that the highway tolls be lowered again. The government is not currently reacting to the protests. However, citizens are feeling the […]

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The hard work of a harbor truck driver

People don’t understand how hard a port truck driver’s job is, but that’s because they don’t know what it’s like to be a port truck driver. It’s a very tiring job, both physically and mentally, because you’re basically driving a large truck for 10+ hours a day. On top of that, it’s a hassle and […]

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Working to improve the workplace

Harbor truck drivers work in harsh environments, hauling the essentials people need to survive, as well as U.S. military supplies. Many people would suffer if port truckers didn’t do their jobs, and they know it, so they do their jobs to the best of their ability, but their working conditions are so bad that it’s […]

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Port Truck Drivers Awarded $6 Million; Drivers’ Manager Held Responsible For Wage Theft

The Gig is Up in California! Port Truck Drivers Awarded Nearly $6 Million; Drivers’ Manager Held Personally Responsible For Wage Theft Due To Misclassification As Independent Contractors PORT OF LOS ANGELES/LONG BEACH, CA – 24 California port truck drivers employed by NFI Industries/California Cartage , the largest goods movement operator at the twin ports of Los Angeles and […]

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LA City Council Vetoes Preferential Operating Agreement

Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Vetoes Preferential Operating Agreement Granted to Law-Breaking Trucking and Warehouse Company Approved by Port of LA Harbor Commission Los Angeles, CA – Today, the Los Angeles City Council, which oversees the largest container port in North America, unanimously vetoed the Foreign Trade Zone Operating Agreement (FTZ) granted by the Port’s Harbor Commission to California Cartage’s […]

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