Amid unprecedented disruptions to global trade caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Port of Long Beach is partnering with UNCOMN to launch the “Supply Chain Information Highway,” a free-to-stakeholders cargo visibility service software.
The Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles announced that consideration of the “Container Dwell Fee” would be held off another week, until Dec. 13.
For the third consecutive year, the Port of Long Beach was named the best West Coast Seaport in North America by the shipping trade publication Asia Cargo News.
Following meetings today with U.S. Port Envoy John D. Porcari and industry stakeholders, the Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles announced further postponement of the “Container Dwell Fee.”
SSA Marine, which operates three container terminals at the Port of Long Beach, has become the first terminal operator at the port to transition its fossil-fueled cargo-handling equipment fleet to renewable diesel fuel.
Limited capacity at marine terminals hampered imports at the Port of Long Beach last month, although volumes were still strong enough to mark the Port’s second-busiest October amid an ongoing transition to extended operating hours.
To support a goal of a zero-emissions truck fleet by 2035, the Port of Long Beach will start collecting its Clean Truck Fund Rate on April 1, 2022, as approved by the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners today.
For those who want to deep dive into a global supply chain crisis, here is what happened at the ports of Southern California this week.
For the first time, the Port of Long Beach has achieved all of the 2023 emission-reduction goals outlined in the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan, despite moving record volumes of containerized cargo.