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VSR Survey


Name

Company Name

Marine Terminal Location

Address

Phone

Fax

Email Address

  1. Which port does your company/vessel currently call at?

    Port of Los Angeles
    Port of Long Beach
    Both

  2. Is your company/vessel currently participating in the VSR program?

    Yes
    No

  3. What is your experience with the VSR Program now?

  4. Have you noticed any benefits to participating in the VSR Program?

    Yes
    No

    Please explain.

  5. If your company participates in the Port of Long Beach's Green Flag incentive program (ex. dockage rebate), has it increased your participation in the VSR program?

    Yes
    No

  6. If the VSR zone is expanded to 30 nm from Point Fermin, do you believe it will negatively affect your business?

    Yes
    No

    Would you participate?

    Yes
    No

    Please explain.

  7. If the VSR Zone is expanded to 40 nm from Point Fermin, do you believe it will negatively affect your business?

    Yes
    No

    Would you participate?

    Yes
    No

    Please explain.

  8. Would expanding the VSR Zone to either 30 nm or 40 nm negatively affect your vessel schedule or place additional expenses on long shore labor?

    Yes
    No

    Please explain.

  9. Are there any concerns with inefficiency or engine damage when maintaining engine speed at 12 knots?

    Yes
    No

    If so, please explain the need for certain critical engine speeds.

  10. What are some of the challenges that would be expected with an increased VSR Zone to 30 nm or 40 nm?

  11. Would an expanded VSR Zone to 30 nm or 40 nm cause vessels to increase speed in other portions of the route to make up for lost time?

    Yes
    No

    If yes, please explain.

  12. What could the Ports do to increase your willingness to participate in an expanded VSR Zone program?

  13. What procedures or training would your company/vessel implement to comply with new expanded VSR Zone requirements?

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