- California Cartage, a subsidiary of NFI Industries, will vacate its 600,000-square-foot warehouse at the Port of Los Angeles in July, which it has been operating for nearly 60 years, according to multiple reports.
- The company has been accused of several labor-related legal violations including wage theft derived from misclassification. The U.S. Department of Labor ordered the company to pay $3.5 million in back wages in September.
- The warehouse is California Cartage's only facility at the port, where Target, Walmart, Home Depot, Amazon, Lowe’s, TJ Maxx and Kmart are reportedly customers. The company's nearest warehouse is in Carson, California, and is just over half the size.