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Diesel price continues slide, down another 0.8 cents

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel fell again in the week ended Dec. 16, down eight-tenths of a penny (0.8 cents) to $3.871, according to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. Last week’s even smaller drop — a three-tenths of a cent decline — ended a two-week string of price increases. The two consecutive price increases were the first since the last week in August and followed 11 straight weeks without a price increase. The price is down 11 cents in that time period. The price of diesel has only risen two weeks out of the last 15, but is only down 7.4 cents from the same week last year. The California region still has the country’s highest diesel ($4.066), and its price was unchanged from week to week. The Central Atlantic region led all price increases with a five-tenths of a cent rise, while the West Coast less California region led all decreases with a 2.2-cent decline. The Gulf Coast region still has the country’s cheapest diesel, $3.766 a gallon.

Happy Holidays to everyone from The ARLNETWORK

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Cargo Volumes Increased in November

Cargo volume increased in November over the previous year at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and at both of South Carolina’s seaports, port agencies said. The Los Angeles port saw 683,849 20-foot equivalent unit containers in November, a 17.3% increase from a year prior, the port said in a Dec. 16 statement. Excluding empty container movements, imports and exports increased 20.2% to 521,422 TEUs. So far in 2013, the Port of Los Angeles moved 7,215,223 TEUs, a 3.7% decrease from the same period last year. The Port of Long Beach moved 569,599 TEUs in November, a 2.5% increase over last year, it said. Exports jumped 9.9% to 151,950, making the second-best month for exports in 2013.Empty-container movements fell 12.7% to 121,011 TEUs, Long Beach reported. In South Carolina, the Port of Charleston saw a 6.1% volume increase in November over last year to 133,481 TEUs, the South Carolina Ports Authority said. Exports are driving much of the increase, and they have increased 12.5% this year over the same period in 2012.The Port of Georgetown, which does not move containers, has seen a 21% cargo increase so far in this fiscal year over the last one. It moved 36,206 tons in November, SCPA said.

C-TPAT, Company Profile

Partner Name: ARL Transport, LLC
Doing Business As: ARL
C-TPAT Account Number: 52717338
Business Type: Highway Carrier - U.S. / Canada
Account Status: Certified, Non-Importer, Validation Completed

SCSS: Charles Shegog (
Phone: 908-353-6818 x244
Office: Newark
Phone: 412-507-3027

Company Profile

Company Information


Doing Business As ARL

Telephone Number 412-507-3027

Fax Number 412-507-3031


Owner Type Corporation

Business Start Date 12/08/2008