California’s AB2406 aimed at protecting motor carriers and cargo owners from punitive detention and demurrage charges passed the state Assembly and is heading towards the Senate Committee on Transportation. It is expected to pass the Senate and land on the Governor’s desk for signing and implementation January 1, 2023.

Ocean Shipping Reform Act (OSRA), which also has language protecting cargo owners from unfair and exorbitant detention and demurrage charges, passed both the US House and Senate with strong bipartisan support. While the two versions differ, it is expected Congress will work together to finalize a bill for the President to sign.

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