May/June 2016
Shipping line alliances

Big Alliance Ready

Port flexible, competitive as agreements among shipping lines shift


Faced with a softening global economy and declining demand for consumer goods, the ocean carrier industry is responding with the formation of new vessel-sharing alliances intent on increasing efficiency and competitive advantage.

Aerial of Port of Long Beach

Port Maintains
Strong Bond Rating

 

Workers on Gerald Desmond Bridge project

Commissioners OK Portwide
Project Labor Agreement

 

Students at Port education event

Port to Sponsor Global Logistics Academy

 

Cargo ship at the Port of Long Beach

Cargo Volume Down Amid
Weak Retail Sales

In Other News...

  • The San Pedro Bay ports and surrounding communities will benefit from a $23.6 million state grant to advance the testing of zero-emissions drayage trucks. In early May, the California Air Resources Board announced the grant to the South Coast Air Quality Management District to support the demonstration of 43 zero-emission electric battery and plug-in hybrid drayage trucks to accelerate commercialization of clean heavy-duty technology.
  • The Port of Long Beach has awarded nearly $360,000 in its latest round of community sponsorships to local organizations. A total of 83 groups representing the arts, environmental programs, education, social justice and historic preservation received funding during this round. Read more
  • EQT Infrastructure II Fund, a leading global private equity group, has announced plans to acquire Direct ChassisLink Inc. (DCLI), one of the three partners in the Pool of Pools interoperable chassis fleet serving the San Pedro Bay ports. The change does not alter the Pool of Pools agreement, which supplies a combined fleet of approximately 80,000 chassis to the nation’s busiest port complex. Read more
  • The U.S. Coast Guard has issued a Marine Safety Information Bulletin on the new container weighing requirements under the international Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) conventions. The new International Maritime Organization safety regulation, known as SOLAS Regulation VI/2, takes effect July 1. Read more
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