The Port of Los Angeles and San Pedro Bay Port Complex are on heightened alert due the pandemic. The U.S. Coast Guard is assessing all inbound vessels and there are currently no reports of any vessel impacts due to COVID-19 at any Port of Los Angeles terminals. All cargo terminals are open and operational, with no congestion or disruption.
View dashboard data from Wabtec’s Port Optimizer™ that tracks key metrics, including how many containers are scheduled to arrive at the Port of Los Angeles over the next three weeks. View Data
Asia Society Southern California to Honor Commission President Jaime Lee
Los Angeles Harbor Commission President Jaime Lee will be among several local and international leaders honored at the upcoming Asia Society Southern California’s annual gala on September 20. Learn More
August Imports Fuel Cargo Surge at Port of Los Angeles
Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka discusses the reasons behind the first monthly increase in volumes at the Port of Los Angeles since August 2019. Seroka is joined by the National Retail Federation’s Jonathan Gold, who provides additional insights into forecasts for the remainder of 2020. Learn More
We are L.A.’s gateway to the world. For nearly two decades, the Port of Los Angeles has moved more cargo than any other port in the nation. The Port remains open and operational amid the COVID-19 pandemic with no disruptions to cargo flow.
Medical ventilators, isolation gowns, gloves, N95 masks, face shields, IV drip apparatus and other supplies are essential for frontline healthcare workers battling COVID-19. LoVLA matches medical suppliers with those in need.