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May 2, 2019

A dispute between Danish shipping giant Maersk and Los Angeles (LA) dockers over plans to automate port vehicles has highlighted the challenges legacy businesses face balancing innovation with the social cost wreaked by disruption.

A dispute between Danish shipping giant Maersk and Los Angeles (LA) dockers over plans to automate port vehicles has highlighted the challenges legacy businesses face balancing innovation with the social cost wreaked by disruption.

The family-controlled business is facing a backlash from the International Longshore & Warehouse Union over plans to use unmanned electric vehicles instead of diesel trucks to shuttle shipping containers around LA Port—the largest in the US. 

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