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From page 59...
... Without pause for nearly a quarter of a century, the port has created new land and new container facilities, replacing breakbulk and antiquated facilities with state-of-the-art facilities geared to accommodate unprecedented growth in containerized cargo. In this effort, the port has been quite successful.
From page 60...
... The human relations revolution will be made up of a series of simple, straightforward innovations. The Port of Long Beach, for example, has recently begun discussions with the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Local 13 to identify potential cooperative efforts in facilities development, the introduction of new waterfront technology, development of a safer working environment, and increased productivity.
From page 61...
... , our sophisticated terminal equipment will continue to operate at only a fraction of its potential. This is a price the United States cannot afford to pay.

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