Danny Miranda

Longshoreman; president, ILWU Local 94

Longshoreman and president of ILWU Local 94

Danny Miranda on KCRW

“There's a big clog, but it ain't us. We have become a storage facility instead of a throughput facility. We are inundated with a lot of cargo.

24/7 ports won’t fix the supply chain backlog alone, says longshoreman

“There's a big clog, but it ain't us. We have become a storage facility instead of a throughput facility. We are inundated with a lot of cargo.

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