Oswaldo Hernandez

Truck driver who has served the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for 16 years

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Truck driver who has served the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach for 16 years

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The ports of LA and Long Beach handle half of all America's imports from overseas.  Together, they are a principal economic engine for Southern California.

Cleaner Trucks at the Ports

The ports of LA and Long Beach handle half of all America's imports from overseas. Together, they are a principal economic engine for Southern California.

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