November-December 2016
Pier B area at the Port of Long Beach

Pier B Rail Project Key to Green Future

The Port of Long Beach has released a draft environmental study on a proposal to redevelop a rail yard to allow for the assembly of longer trains within the Harbor District, shifting more cargo to "on-dock" rail, a key component of the Green Port Policy and the Clean Air Action Plan.

MSC Flavia at dock at Pier T, Port of Long BeachCommission Approves Pact for Port’s Largest Terminal

New cargo business is coming to the Port of Long Beach’s largest terminal thanks to Harbor Commission approval Wednesday of an agreement replacing a vessel operator that declared bankruptcy. 

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ITS cranes being dismantledRetiring the Port's Oldest Cranes

As 2016 draws to a close, the Port of Long Beach and International Transportation Service are saying goodbye to the oldest cranes in the harbor. This month, workers are completing the demolition of the two Sea-Land cranes that had stood tall over Pier G since 1973. Read more

Officials at Clean Air Action Plan Meeting

Ports Unveil New Air
Pollution Strategies


Cargo at Port of Long Beach

Container Counts Soft Compared to Brisk 2015


Port-sponsored event

Port Awards $539,000 to Community Groups


Maersk Line ship

Maersk, Ports Partner to
Track Emissions


In Other News...

  • Long Beach Container Terminal celebrated the completion of a solar panel installation project at Middle Harbor recently. The project, atop 12 carport structures at Pier E, is projected to generate about 1.5 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually. Read more
  • The Port of Long Beach wishes you and your family a safe and happy holiday season and a very Happy New Year! See our holiday card
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