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.

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.
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.
03 Apr 2017
"Customers change over $50 a container.”
29 Mar 2017
Fostering cooperation among supply-chain sectors is the main challenge LA-LB faces in handling the new alliances.
27 Mar 2017
Current back-up of chassis in LA-LB port is sign of deeper problems.
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 Mar 2017
Industry acceptance of the KPMG report is yet to be determined because key stakeholders have not had time to thoroughly analyze the report's conclusions.
09 Mar 2017
PMSA warns that updated LA-LB Clean Air Action Plan stresses emission reductions over ports' competitiveness, but ports say the document is still in discussion stage.
07 Mar 2017
The Port of Los Angeles and GE Transportation are working together to build what they envision will be container terminals of the 21st century.
21 Feb 2017
Marine terminals encouraged to engage with truckers in order to improve turn times.
07 Feb 2017
Cargo-handling at Los Angeles and Long Beach could be compromised without an infusion of new workers.