The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach team up with Siemens to create a zero-emissions future for transit.
Keeping electric semis charged to work continuously remains one of the most vexing problems of green shipping and logistics.
Air quality officials in California believe they might have found a possible solution for the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. They recently launched testing of a trolley-like catenary system from German automation company Siemens on a short stretch of road near the complex.
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