By Lois Yates|2021-10-06T17:30:31-07:00October 6th, 2021|
Since November of 2020, congestion at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach has been creating a bottleneck which is having on effect on cargo owners and ultimately retail prices. High import levels are driving the congestion and an easing of volumes is not in sight.
By Lois Yates|2021-08-26T08:54:24-07:00June 10th, 2021|
Since November of 2020, we have been reading about congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and the effect that the bottleneck is having on cargo owners and ultimately retail prices. High [...]
Late last year, GLDPartners Mobility Solutions completed a Statewide Mobility Strategy for the State of New Mexico and since that time quite a lot has happened toward advancing the State as a US leader in mobility.
GLDPartners will be participating in a Mobility Roundtable in New Mexico this coming Thursday and Friday. Our firm recently completed the New Mexico Mobility Strategy business plan recommendations for the State last year, and this forum is an important event to help guide and advance New Mexico's objectives to support the industry to flourish throughout the State. The proposed strategy included elements pertaining to policy and regulation, infrastructure, testing and development, and economic development. The Strategy focuses on autonomy and advanced clean propulsion system technologies.
In the Journal of Commerce this week, Ari Ashe wrote an article "Inland ports gaining popularity despite volume slowdown". The article makes reference to beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) using inland ports on the US East Coast, in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia. GLDPartners is working on several strategic new inland ports.
There is little doubt that battery swapping will be a meaningful element of the EV landscape in the future. It remains to be seen what the balance between work/home charging vs. field swapping looks like in 15 or 20 years. There's a strong likelihood that swapping batteries will be a part of the EV industry structure.