The Port of Long Beach continued its unprecedented streak of single-month records in May by moving more than 900,000 cargo containers for the first time in its 110-year history.
The Port of Long Beach and the Utah Inland Port Authority have agreed to collaborate in the development of cleaner, more cost-effective and innovative strategies aimed at moving goods quickly, safely and efficiently between Long Beach and Utah.
International ship crews arriving at the Port of Long Beach and neighbouring Port of Los Angeles are receiving COVID-19 vaccinations as part of an ongoing partnership between the Port of Long Beach.
Ocean carriers bringing the greenest ships to the Port of Long Beach can earn the world’s most generous sustainable vessel financial incentives, beginning July 1, 2021.
An unseasonable surge in cargo lifted the Port of Long Beach to its busiest February on record. Dockworkers and terminal operators moved 771,735 twenty-foot equivalent units in February.
Essential workers at the Port of Long Beach moved more than 8.1 million cargo container units in 2020, setting a record in the face of economic uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing trade war with China.
A COVID-19 testing site for workers at the Port of Long Beach is expanding its operation to include more weekday evening hours and add a Saturday shift thanks to financial support from the Pacific Maritime Association.
The Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program, a more than $46 million initiative addressing pollution connected to goods movement, has been honored with awards from Los Angeles County and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Port of Long Beach has been named the best West Coast seaport in North America for the second consecutive year. The