Ports across the United States may be experiencing slower-than-expected traffic in the pre-holiday period, but the Port of Los Angeles executive director said the ports are being reengineered for greater efficiency and the results are already showing.

Speaking at the United States Fashion Industry Association’s (USFIA) 27th Annual Apparel Importers Trade and Transportation Conference in New York City last week, Port of Los Angeles executive director Gene Seroka said ports on the West Coast have lost 20 percent of their market share since last year’s labor lockout, but things are looking up.

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