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.

22 Jun 2017
Alameda Corridor authority will not seek accelerated fee increases or port assistance despite slower cargo volume gains.
21 Jun 2017
Union Pacific brings domestic intermodal rail to the ICTF near LA-LB ports.
20 Jun 2017
Teamsters expand picketing to additional motor carriers in LA-LB.
19 Jun 2017
The Port of Los Angeles is the US West Coast gateway for Chilean fruit.
15 Jun 2017
“This system looks like sharecropping, just on wheels.”
14 Jun 2017
The Southern California mayors emphasized that their ports will remain competitive.
Gene Seroka at TPM 2017
25 May 2017
Detailing two topics discussed at length at TPM 2017, Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka joined JOC.com for a discussion of HPEC — the Harbor Performance Enhancement Center, as well as a new partnership with General Electric Transportation on a portal/information sharing system. "This will provide visibility on cargo coming into Los Angeles 14 days before ship arrival," Seroka said.
17 May 2017
Nearly half of the fastest-growing North American ports were outside the United States.
16 May 2017
The pilot project includes some of the biggest stakeholders at the largest US port.
16 May 2017
In recent weeks some terminals have been struggling to handle a surge in new business.
09 May 2017
Disruption from the new carrier alliances just now being felt at West Coast ports and could begin as early as next week on the East Coast.
01 May 2017
Extending the ILWU contract into 2022 would guarantee BCOs labor peace on the West Coast for the next five years.