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Mr. Norman Harris W. III

Education Chair

Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association

HQ Phone: (818) 951-2841

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Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association

P.O. Box 4250

Sunland, California 91041

United States

Company Description

Formed in 1949, the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association promotes the Southern California customs brokerage and freight forwarding industry as a whole. The organization takes an active leadership role in organizing and participatin ... more

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Employment History

Manager, Customs Services

Panalpina Inc

Instructor

Trade Learning Network

Manager, Customs Services

Panalpina School

Manager

Nippon Express USA Inc

Vice President

World Commerce Services , LLC

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LACBFFA - About

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Norman Harris Treasurer Nippon Express USA, Inc.

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Norman Harris Nippon Express USA, Inc. 2233 E. Grand Ave. El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: (310) 535-7200 Fax: (310) 335-4887


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News of the leaders comments does not provide enough evidence to conclude that a significant change in the labor dynamics at West Coast ports is in progress, said Norman Harris III, president of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association.

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Harris and LaBar also discussed the leaders statements in the context of worries, also referred to in the Journals coverage, that shippers may move cargo away from West Coast ports to more distant harbors, based on the possible reasoning that it may make business sense to avoid possible labor strife on this side of the ocean even if shipping goods elsewhere requires a longer voyage.
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It is the shortest route, and a lot of the market share has come back to L.A., said Harris, referring to shippers having diverted cargo away from the West Coast during last years slowdown.


News of the leaders comments does ...

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News of the leaders comments does not provide enough evidence to conclude that a significant change in the labor dynamics at West Coast ports is in progress, said Norman Harris III, president of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association.

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Harris and LaBar also discussed the leaders statements in the context of worries, also referred to in the Journals coverage, that shippers may move cargo away from West Coast ports to more distant harbors, based on the possible reasoning that it may make business sense to avoid possible labor strife on this side of the ocean even if shipping goods elsewhere requires a longer voyage.
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It is the shortest route, and a lot of the market share has come back to L.A., said Harris, referring to shippers having diverted cargo away from the West Coast during last years slowdown.


News of the leaders comments does ...

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News of the leaders comments does not provide enough evidence to conclude that a significant change in the labor dynamics at West Coast ports is in progress, said Norman Harris III, president of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association.

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Harris and LaBar also discussed the leaders statements in the context of worries, also referred to in the Journals coverage, that shippers may move cargo away from West Coast ports to more distant harbors, based on the possible reasoning that it may make business sense to avoid possible labor strife on this side of the ocean even if shipping goods elsewhere requires a longer voyage.
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It is the shortest route, and a lot of the market share has come back to L.A., said Harris, referring to shippers having diverted cargo away from the West Coast during last years slowdown.


News of the leaders comments does ...

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News of the leaders comments does not provide enough evidence to conclude that a significant change in the labor dynamics at West Coast ports is in progress, said Norman Harris III, president of the Los Angeles Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association.

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Harris and LaBar also discussed the leaders statements in the context of worries, also referred to in the Journals coverage, that shippers may move cargo away from West Coast ports to more distant harbors, based on the possible reasoning that it may make business sense to avoid possible labor strife on this side of the ocean even if shipping goods elsewhere requires a longer voyage.
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It is the shortest route, and a lot of the market share has come back to L.A., said Harris, referring to shippers having diverted cargo away from the West Coast during last years slowdown.

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