Blue Truck at the port with different color containers in the background

AB2406, the California bill aimed at modernizing SB45 and putting clarity around when demurrage and detention can be assessed on containerized cargo transiting California’s gateways, unanimously made its way through both the State Senate Transportation and Judiciary committees last month.

It will now be taken up by the full State Senate in August. Should it pass, it will land on Governor Newsom’s desk for signature and will become law effective January 1, 2023.

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