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.
The Port of Long Beach kicked off the new year with its busiest January on record, boosted by efforts to successfully move aging cargo out of shipping terminals.
The Port of Long Beach set a new record in 2021 by moving 9.38 million cargo containers as dockworkers and terminal operators worked to clear the docks amid a historic, pandemic-induced import surge.
Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero issued this statement following the release of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s California budget on Monday.
The Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles will delay consideration of the “Container Dwell Fee” for another week, this time until Jan. 10.
The Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles once again have delayed consideration of the “Container Dwell Fee,” this time until Jan. 3.
The Port of Long Beach has been awarded a $52.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration to help fund the development of the “Pier B on-dock Rail Support Facility,” to move more cargo by train, improving efficiency and lessening environmental impacts.
Further consideration of the “Container Dwell Fee” will be postponed until Dec. 27, the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles announced today.