The Port of Long Beach has signed on to the Shanghai-Los Angeles Green Shipping Corridor, a partnership of C40 Cities, ports, shipping companies and cargo owners convened to create a zero-emissions trans-Pacific trade route.
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The Port of Long Beach achieved its most active April, continuing a streak of single-month records set in 2022.
Earth Day 2022 marks another year of environmental achievements for the Port of Long Beach, as it continues to pursue the most ambitious sustainability goals for any seaport in the world.
The San Pedro Bay is a unique area along the California Coast, thanks in part to one of the largest port complexes in the world, the Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles.
The U.S. Maritime Administration has issued a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Record of Decision, approving the planned Pier B On-Dock Rail Support Facility, a Port of Long Beach project designed to enhance the flow of cargo by rail.
The Port of Long Beach reached its busiest March and its most active quarter on record as long-dwelling cargo continued to move out of marine terminals.
Speaking in his capacity as the AAPA Board of Directors chairman, Cordero urged port authorities to commit to “environmental social governance” – developing policies to decarbonize and convert cargo-handling and drayage truck fleets to zero emissions.
The Port of Long Beach was named the “Public Partner of the Year” by the Inland Empire Economic Partnership this week in acknowledgment of efforts to support business development and create jobs in the Inland Empire, an important link in the global supply chain.
The Port of Long Beach is leading the charge to achieve its zero-emissions goals, but the effort requires significant public and private investment in developing and deploying equipment and charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure.