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Port of Long Beach Has Second-Busiest Month on Record

May was the second-busiest month on record for the Port of Long Beach, and its strongest month so far in 2022. Dockworkers and terminal operators...

Port of Long Beach Joins the Green Shipping Corridor

The Port of Long Beach has signed on to the Shanghai-Los Angeles Green Shipping Corridor, a partnership of C40 Cities, ports, shipping companies and cargo...

Harbor Commission Approves 2023 Budget

The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners recently approved a $685.5 million annual budget for the Port of Long Beach, with almost 47% of...

Port Ensures Delivery of Critical Solar Supplies

When a delayed shipment of supplies stalled work on one of California’s largest renewable energy projects and threatened the jobs of 500 unionized construction...

Port of Long Beach Has Record-Setting April

The Port of Long Beach achieved its most active April, continuing a streak of single-month records set in 2022. Dockworkers and terminal operators moved 820,718...

Community Grants Program Honored with Sustainability Award

The Port of Long Beach Community Grants Program has been bestowed with a prestigious Sustainability Award by the Southern California Association of Governments, in...

Gerald Desmond Bridge Officially Retired

Span served Port, City and region for more than 50 years The Gerald Desmond Bridge, a critical transportation corridor that served the Port of Long...

Grant to Power Port of Long Beach’s Zero Emissions Push

California gives $2.5 million to fund second phase of Electric Vehicle Blueprint A multimillion-dollar California Energy Commission Grant will help the Port of Long Beach...

Port Boosts Rail Capacity with New Project

Train access, cargo movement improves with completed double track The Port of Long Beach has completed construction of a new rail project that will increase...

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