Port of Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest container port in the United States and together with the Port of Long Beach makes Southern California the largest gateway for U.S. imports. The port's seven container terminals are served by BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad. It is the primary destination for imports from Asia bound for the populous consumer markets of the Midwest.

19 Jul 2017
Clean-air update would result in estimated $7 billion to $14 billion in extra costs in Los Angeles-Long Beach while expanding even further the ports' leading emissions reductions among US ports.
14 Jul 2017
Equipment providers in Southern California anticipate a relatively uneventful peak season this year in the largest US port complex.
12 Jul 2017
LA-LB container terminals are handling alliance changes and the recent APMT cyber attack with only minor glitches, so truckers are confident they will handle peak-season volumes without significant congestion.
09 Jul 2017
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06 Jul 2017
The superintendent organizing efforts come at a sensitive time for the ILWU and the Pacific Maritime Association.
05 Jul 2017
Hyundai affiliate CUT is closing its terminal in Los Angeles. Could it be followed by other terminal shake-ups resulting from restructuring of carrier alliances?
03 Jul 2017
Lower-than-expected container volumes eliminate congestion issues at West Coast ports before July 4-5 closures.
03 Jul 2017
French line CMA CGM has offloaded most of its stake in its LA terminal for almost $1 billion.
30 Jun 2017
Operations are finally beginning to return to normal at Pier 400 in the Port of Los Angeles.
29 Jun 2017
Maersk Line says it is close to bringing its operations back to normal after a massive cyberattack.
26 Jun 2017
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach last week announced the schedule for completing what will be the final draft of an update to their landmark Clean Air Action Plan.
26 Jun 2017
Executive Director Gene Seroka said the container was discharged from an Evergreen Line vessel.