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.

13 Apr 2017
Former Long Beach harbor commissioner and current FMC member will return to Southern California to become executive director of Port of Long Beach.
01 Nov 2016
Negotiators for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association on Tuesday opened two days of talks on a possible extension of their coastwide contract.
01 Nov 2016
The tightrope that California ports must walk in balancing the commercial needs of their private-sector tenants with the demands of state and local environmental regulators played out last week at events in Oakland and Los Angeles-Long Beach.
26 Oct 2016
As good as Los Angeles and Long Beach are in attracting strong demand, they must contend with the fractured nature of 15 million TEUs being spread out over 13 terminals.
25 Oct 2016
PierPass meeting with stakeholders could eventually result in a new pricing model for extended gates in LA-LB.
24 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping is negotiating with the terminal operating subsidiary of Mediterranean Shipping Co. to purchase its TTI terminal in Long Beach, but MSC has a minimum annual financial commitment at another terminal in the port.
21 Oct 2016
PierPass Inc. discusses possible changes in its model with port stakeholders in LA-LB.
19 Oct 2016
FMC Chairman Mario Cordero expresses concern after receiving staff briefing on analysis of PierPass fee collections and disbursements.
19 Oct 2016
Los Angeles and Long Beach have served as a laboratory for creative measures to cope with the growing container volumes and the surges of cargo from mega-ships that have also challenged other US ports.
The willingness of Total Terminals International's terminal in Long Beach, pictured, to accept Hanjin Shipping containers won't be enough to solve the problem of Hanjin boxes stranded throughout Southern California.
12 Oct 2016
A Long Beach container terminal's willingness to collect Hanjin Shipping containers only solves part of the problem.
Hanjin Shipping's T-46 terminal at the Port of Seattle, pictured, is one the locations on the US West Coast where shippers can drop off empty Hanjin-owned containers.
11 Oct 2016
Hanjin Shipping terminals in the United States will begin to accept empty Hanjin-owned containers.
10 Oct 2016
Upward of 20,000 empty Hanjin containers remain scattered throughout Southern California with no place to go.