The busiest container port in North America, the Port of Los Angeles has sustained its rank as number one for more than two decades with record volumes for containerized trade. The Port maintains an efficient, sustainable supply chain, adopting new technologies to improve the reliability, predictability and efficiency of the flow of cargo across global seaborne trade.
Get a snapshot of the Port's current operational status, including terminal, trucking and vessel activity, with real-time cargo-tracking tools using data from the Port Optimizer™. Start here for daily supply chain updates.
In addition to initiatives that support security and public safety, the Port aims to enhance the quality of life for Harbor Area residents, with community events, educational programs and continued development along the LA Waterfront.
The Port is setting the standard for responsible, sustainable growth. Facilitating global change while protecting the environment is a delicate balance at the nation’s busiest seaport. Achieving this balance requires vision, collaboration and commitment.
The Port of Los Angeles has committed to investing $1 billion in public access investment and redevelopment projects that comprise the LA Waterfront: 400 acres of land along eight miles of waterside property in San Pedro and Wilmington.