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.

23 Mar 2017
The fee proposed by the South Coast Air Quality Management District on March 3 would generate as much as $1.1 billion annually.
14 Jan 2017
Creditors worried they won’t be properly compensated with the sale proceeds.
03 Jan 2017
Expediting cargo flow to reduce terminal congestion is a top priority for the largest US port complex.
22 Dec 2016
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners late Wednesday was expected to approve a lease with Terminal Investment Limited, the terminal operating subsidiary of Mediterranean Shipping Co., for the largest container terminal in the Port of Long Beach.
21 Dec 2016
Marine terminal service to truckers in LA-Long Beach deteriorates during the night shift, analysis shows.
21 Dec 2016
A court in Seoul approved the sale of Hanjin Shipping’s stake in US port operator Total Terminals International to Mediterranean Shipping Co.
19 Dec 2016
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are betting that a $6.6 billion investment and more dynamic operations fueled by technology will stem the bleeding of import market share to East Coast ports that are targeting even more Midwest cargo.
14 Dec 2016
November was a big month for US imports.
12 Dec 2016
PierPass advisory committee will further investigate feasibility of a flat fee and a portwide peel-off program.
07 Dec 2016
The PierPass extended gates program at the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex, which has moved vast quantities of cargo from daytime to nights and weekends, has come under no shortage of criticism in recent months.
01 Dec 2016
Risks surrounding rapid changes in carrier and terminal industries are a source of confusion for ports and shippers.
Ship-to-shore power has proved critical to the success of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in reducing life-threatening emissions such as sulfur dioxide that also contribute to global warming.
30 Nov 2016
Shippers are concerned about LA-Long Beach clean-air plan's impact on cargo-handling costs, but port environmental manager said he is keenly aware of the need to balance green goals with port competitiveness.