Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, all cargo terminals at the Port of Los Angles have remained open and operational. As part of America’s supply chain, port operations, manufacturing and distribution are deemed essential and continue without interruption. To minimize risks, the Port continues to coordinate with federal, state and local partners, including emergency and public health agencies, for the latest directives and recommended guidelines.
CNBC: Port of Los Angeles Calls for ‘Swifter’ COVID Vaccination of Dock Workers
Around 800 out of 15,000 dock workers in Southern California have been vaccinated against the coronavirus — but more needs to be done, says Gene Seroka, Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles, on CNBC Squawk Box Asia.
CMA CGM to Dedicate Six New LNG-Powered Vessels to Service U.S. Customers
“We congratulate CMA CGM on this ambitious investment in the environment and look forward to welcoming our first LNG vessel to Los Angeles,” said Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka. “Cleaner fuel means further reductions in emissions, which has been our primary objective with the creation of the Clean Air Action Plan in 2005.”
Port of L.A.'s Seroka Provides an Overview of Ocean Cargo Sector
In this podcast for Logistics Management, Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka provides an overview of the the ocean cargo and container shipping sector, including current developments at the Port and the impact of the pandemic in global trade.
Get a snapshot of the Port's current operational status, including vessels in port and at anchor, container terminal gate hours and real-time cargo-tracking data tools, the Signal, Return Signal and Control Tower.