• pola214

    Ports to Host Joint Clean Air Plan Workshop

    The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles will hold a joint community workshop on Jan. 24 to gather input on strategies released late last year to update the Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). The workshop will be held from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, January 24, at Banning’s Landing Community Center, 100 E. Water St. in […]

    Continue reading
  • polb214

    Port of Los Angeles Receives EPA Grant for Clean Terminal Equipment

    Port of Los Angeles Receives EPA Grant for Clean Terminal Equipment The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded the Port of Los Angeles an $800,000 grant to assist in deployment of more of the cleanest commercial cargo moving equipment available. The grant is expected to fund between 25 to 40 percent of the cost […]

    Continue reading
  • oak 214

    Port of Oakland Set All-Time Record for Loaded Containers

    Loaded shipping container volume reached an all-time high at the Port of Oakland in 2016 as the Port recently reported that it handled the equivalent of 1.83 million loaded 20-foot containers last year.  An increase of 7.6 percent from 2015, topping the previous record of 1.82 million 20-footers set in 2013. The Port attributed the […]

    Continue reading
  • stck 214

    Port of Stockton has Second-Best Year in History

    The Port of Stockton had its second-best year ever in 2016, moving nearly 3.9 million tons of cargo. The port’s daily vessel log included three ships in port Monday and another 15 due in by the end of January. “Things look good. This port is an exciting port,” Director Richard Aschieris recently said. “That shipping schedule, […]

    Continue reading
  • unnamed-6

    The Port of Long Beach and Long Beach Container Terminal Receive Prestigious Clean Air Award

    The Port of Long Beach and the Long Beach Container Terminal were presented the Clean Air Award by the South Coast Air Quality Management District in early October for the Middle Harbor redevelopment project. The Clean Air Awards have several categories to recognize individuals, government entities, nonprofits and businesses. Past honorees have led to the […]

    Continue reading
  • unnamed

    Port of San Diego Honored with “Citizen Diplomat Organization of the Year” Award from San Diego Diplomacy Council

    The Port of San Diego has been named “Citizen Diplomat Organization of the Year” at the San Diego Diplomacy Council’s 36th Annual Diplomacy Day Gala, held on October 22, 2016 at the University of San Diego. Over the years, the Port has worked in cooperation with the Council and the U.S. Department of State’s International […]

    Continue reading
  • Academy of Global Logistics Kickoff Event at Cabrillo High School, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016.

    Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics Opens at Cabrillo High School

    Port officials launched the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics at Cabrillo High School on October 12th, a four-year academy conducted in partnership with the Long Beach Unified School District bringing together college prep academics, demanding technical education and work-based training opportunities. “This is an exciting day,” said Board of Harbor Commissioners Vice President […]

    Continue reading
  • oct-pier-3

    Opening of Redwood Marine Terminal II at Humboldt Bay Harbor District Tonight

    Redwood Marine Terminal II is scheduled for its grand opening today, October 14th. The grand opening will include state and local elected officials, and offer opportunities to learn about renovation initiatives. The majority of the former Freshwater Tissue property, a long-time Humboldt Bay landmark commonly known as the Samoa pulp mill site, is now Redwood […]

    Continue reading
  • oct-pier-2

    SeaLand Joins Port of Hueneme

    West Coast to Central America operations are set to begin at the Port of Hueneme with the partnering of SeaLand, a regional ocean carrier of the Denmark-based Maersk Group. SeaLand’s carriers will open new opportunities for businesses that import and export produce and other products, and it is anticipated by port officials that the operations […]

    Continue reading
  • oct-pier-1

    Wider Panama Canal not a Factor in Port of Oakland Operations So Far

    Since the opening of the widened Panama Canal in June, Oakland vessel traffic and cargo volumes have continued to increase according to Port data. Industry concerns included warnings that larger ships would detour around the U.S. West Coast given new Panama access. Against suggested trends, the Port’s vessel traffic has increased 12 percent, year-over-year, since […]

    Continue reading