The Port of Long Beach accomplished a pair of records in September by achieving its busiest month ever and its most active quarter in its 109-year history.
The Port of Long Beach received honors for outstanding information management and engineering projects during the recent American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) annual conference.
A newly completed study of air pollution at the Port of Long Beach has found reduced diesel soot — down 88% since 2005 — and lower emissions of greenhouse gases, which have dropped 19%.
The Long Beach City Council recently approved a $650 million budget for the Harbor Department that includes a transfer of about $19 million to the City’s Tidelands Operating Fund.
The Port of Long Beach had the best August in its 109-year history, marking a strong start to the peak shipping season, although COVID-19 continues to create long-term economic uncertainty.
Auto carriers and tankers will be required to control emissions while docked; rule builds on progress achieved by earlier regulation
Total Terminals International (TTI) set a new record for the highest volume of container movements at Pier T in Long Beach on June 8.
Port of Long Beach marine terminals are open and continue to operate as essential facilities while the city, county and state have directed residents to remain safe in their homes during the health crisis.
Port of Long Beach marine terminals are open and operating amid the unfolding health crisis, with regular vessel calls and scheduled work shifts continuing at the nation’s second-busiest seaport.