For the fourth consecutive month, the Port of Los Angeles has set a new single-month cargo record. In July, the Port moved 912,154 TEUs, the busiest July in the Port’s 112-year history.
The Port of Los Angeles moved 828,662 TEUs in May, the busiest May in the Port’s 112-year history. The volumes reflect growth of 7.8 percent compared to last May.
An industrial accident on Wednesday, May 15 at a Port of Los Angeles container terminal tragically took the life of an International Longshore and Warehouse Union worker and seriously injured a second worker.
The volumes represent a 5.4 percent jump over last January and marks the seventh consecutive month the Port has handled more than 800,000 TEUs.
Due to unprecedented pre-Lunar New Year inbound volumes, Los Angeles and Long Beach ports are experiencing extreme congestion.
The Port of Los Angeles moved more cargo in 2018 than any time in its 111-year history, racking up 9,458,749 TEUs, 1.2 percent more than 2017’s record-breaking year.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is pleased to announce the launch of the World Ports Climate Action Program.
Emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx), a key component of smog, are down an unprecedented 60 percent compared to 2005 emissions levels, their lowest level to date.
Port of LA moved more cargo in 2017 than at any time in the Port’s 110-year history, racking up 9,343,192 TEUs, a 5.5 percent increase over 2016’s record-breaking year.