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TTSI Company

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TTSI Company

18735 South Ferris Place

Rancho Dominguez, California 90220

United States

Company Description

TTSI is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen by reducing our carbon footprint in communities we operate as well as sustaining a healthy workplace for our employees - as well as reducing the impact to the environment where we work and the nei ... more

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Background Information


Founding Member
Coalition for Responsible Transportation

Board Member
Waterfront Coalition

Chairman of the Southern California Intermodal Steering Committee
California Trucking Association , Inc.

Board Member
Harbor Trucking Association

Western Regional Delivery Service

Westport Innovations

Clean Energy


Bachelor of Arts ( BA ) degree

Rider University



Academy of Advanced Traffic , New York City

Web References (198 Total References)

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Vic LaRosa, president of the Southern California harbor trucking company TTSI, said BCOs are stepping up and paying the delivery fees. “I gotta give them credit,� he said.

However, a residual problem has emerged because once the container is emptied, it is still sitting on a chassis, which not only keeps the equipment out of service, but the chassis also begins to incur late return fees, known as per diem, if it is not returned to the chassis-leasing companies’ pool of pools before free time expires. LaRosa said that if the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach can quickly designate parcels of land in the harbor for empty container storage, truckers can drop the Hanjin empties at those yards and return the bare chassis to the leasing companies before free time expires.

TTSI Official: Most Drayage Drivers Wish to Remain Independent | TTSI - Total Transportation Services Inc. [cached]

Vic LaRosa, president of TTSI, estimated that 80 percent of the drivers he deals with at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach prefer to own and operate their trucks rather than to be direct employees of a drayage company.

As an indication that drivers at most ports prefer to be independent businesspersons, LaRosa told a conference of the Transportation Lawyers Association Friday in Los Angeles that in many cities hundreds of employee driver positions go unfilled.
Although the employee driver model is seen infrequently at seaports, many retailers, grocery store chains and manufacturers have employee drivers who drive company-owned trucks. Owner-operators in those port cities could apply for those positions, but most prefer to remain independent, LaRosa said.
In fact, there is a nationwide driving shortage in many areas of trucking, including over-the-road trucking where the employee driver model is more common, he said.
Ever since trucking deregulation, most harbor drayage companies have found that the costs associated with unionized, employee drivers make it impossible to compete in the cutthroat harbor trucking industry. While increased wages are a factor, loss of productivity is the main obstacle to having employee drivers, LaRosa said.
TTSI for a period attempted to operate some trucks with employee drivers provided by temp agencies, but the company ended up losing $1 million because of a drop in productivity, he said.

TTSI & Vision Motors Named Top Winners at 2012 Edison Awards | TTSI - Total Transportation Services Inc. [cached]

"We are extremely honored to have been awarded this recognition," said Vic LaRosa, President and CEO of TTSI.

Stop Trouble Tickets Before They Stop You | TTSI - Total Transportation Services Inc. [cached]

Vic La Rosa, President/CEO of TTSI, along with other leaders in the industry discuss ways to avoid trouble tickets at the ports of LA and Long Beach.

Cleaner Cargo Trucks Coming to Port of Los Angeles | TTSI - Total Transportation Services Inc. [cached]

TTSI president Victor La Rosa (center), alongside mayors Antonio Villaraigosa (left) and Bob Foster (right), jump-starts the Green Truck Initiative with his announcement of TTSI's 12 month program to replace dirty diesel freight trucks with a totally green truck fleet.

TTSI President Vic La Rosa announced his company's commitment to create a "totally green truck fleet" over the next year to support major shippers, including Target, the second largest goods importer to the United States. La Rosa explained that funding grants from the San Pedro Bay Ports and the South Coast Air Quality Management District will help offset the cost of the new trucks.

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