President Donald Trump’s long-running trade battle with China is putting nearly 1.47 million U.S. jobs at risk, according to a new study commissioned by the Port of Los Angeles and written by global consulting firm BST Associates.November 12, 2019
The arrival of robots at the Port of Los Angeles is exposing a stark economic divide between two sets of Southern California workers.
Pier 400 in Los Angeles is North America’s largest shipping terminal. More than 1,700 trucks pass through on average per day, even in the middle of the U.S.-China trade war.
Officials with the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Calif., have approved measures that are designed to reduce air pollution from new trucks just entering drayage service, specifically those that go in and out of the marine terminals.July 16, 2018
The Port of Long Beach had its best first quarter, up 19.4% compared with the same period in 2017.April 17, 2018
In another sign that the U.S. economy is doing well, officials at the Port of Los Angeles and the nearby Port of Long Beach, Calif., said February was a record month for shipping goods in and out of the biggest ports in the United States.March 14, 2018
The average time to enter and exit the two largest containerports in the United States slowed one minute in January on a year-over-year basis, although the percentage of trips over two hours fell in the same period.February 15, 2018
Truck drivers took one minute longer, on average, to enter and exit the two large ports in Southern California in December 2017 compared with the same month in 2016, although the full-year average was three minutes faster than a year ago.January 18, 2018
A coalition of the top three containerports, two private terminal operators and two industry analysts wrote a letter to President Donald Trump and Congress to urge lawmakers not to forget the ocean freight industry during the debate on infrastructure.January 9, 2018