Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach is the second-busiest container port in the United States. The port has six container terminals and intermodal rail service from BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad. The port's Middle Harbor terminal is highly automated and one of the most technologically advanced port facilities in the United States.

Terminal operators at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have scrapped a proposed fee on chassis entering their facilities after a regulatory challenge from chassis lessors.
23 Aug 2016
LA-LB terminal operators decide to individually negotiate hosting arrangements with chassis-leasing companies.
15 Jun 2016
West Coast port volumes were strong in May, with LA enjoying a "record" month, after an April decline.
The Port of Long Beach's new fireboat, Protector.
08 Jun 2016
A mega-fireboat is dedicated to protect mega-ships in Long Beach.
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02 Jun 2016
The associations representing marine terminal operators in Los Angeles-Long Beach and Oakland made an important announcement regarding their position on SOLAS.
02 Jun 2016
Containerized imports and exports moving through West Coast ports declined in April on a year-over-year basis.
01 Jun 2016
The Teamsters union is accelerating its efforts to organize harbor truck drivers in Southern California.
31 May 2016
Truck turn times at the Port of Long Beach's newly automated Long Beach Container Terminal are half those at other terminals in the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex.
17 May 2016
Los Angeles-Long Beach exceptionalism has created unique challenges for the largest U.S. port complex.
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17 May 2016
If the container terminals in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach do not automate, they will soon be unable to handle their growing volumes.
Port of Long Beach
14 May 2016
Decisions by carrier alliances in Southern California shape throughput patterns.
11 May 2016
Truck turn times at container terminals in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach got a bit longer last month, but still remain below what has been described as a new normal for the harbor trucking community.
09 May 2016
California drayage companies are not rushing to take advantage of new legislation that could shield them from fines and penalties if they classify their independent contractor drivers as employees.