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.
Mayor Garcetti Announces New RFI for Zero Emissions Truck Program
Mayor Garcetti has announced a new Request for Information to solicit proposals to expand the use of zero-emission technology, advancing the goal to transition all drayage trucks serving the San Pedro Bay port complex to zero emission by 2035.
Harbor Commission Approves Harbor Community Benefit Foundation Grants
The Harbor Commission has approved four grants from the Port of Los Angeles totaling $209,169 under the Harbor Community Benefit Foundation grants program, which directly serves and benefits the harbor communities of Wilmington and San Pedro.
Imports Surge as Port of Los Angeles October Cargo Exceeds 980,000 TEUs
Executive Director Gene Seroka announced cargo volumes were 980,729 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in October 2020, an increase of 27.3% compared to October 2019. Four ILWU leaders joined Seroka to discuss trade and labor.
Port supply chain partners, including railroads, chassis providers, truckers, warehouse operators and others can get a three-week advanced look at cargo coming into L.A. with The Signal, powered by Port Optimizer™.
Get the latest updates from the Port of Los Angeles about daily vessels in port (weekdays), container terminal gate hours, answers to FAQs about Port operations and COVID-19, in addition to news coverage during the pandemic.
Launched by Mayor Eric Garcetti to get much-needed PPE for healthcare workers during COVID-19, LoVLA has taken another step to support essential firefighters during the California Wildfires, facilitating donations of emergency supplies.