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About Eagle Marine Services, Ltd.



(Berths 302-305)

Eagle Marine Services, Ltd. operates a diversified cargo-handling facility — commonly referred to as Pier 300 — the second largest container terminal at the Port of Los Angeles. In addition to containerized shipments, the terminal is equipped to handle breakbulk, heavy-lift, oversized, and hazardous materials. Eagle Marine’s parent company APL calls in ports in more than 50 countries worldwide. Eagle Marine has been a Port of Los Angeles tenant since 1997.

 

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Terminal Features
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containerized cargo; import and export containers grounded
292 acres (118 hectacres)
4000’ total berth length
3 berths
45-50' water depth
16 post-Panamax cranes
600 refrigerated container plugs
maintenance and repair
Alternative Maritime Power® (AMP®)
transtainers, sidehandlers, tophandlers, UTRs, bombcarts
on-dock rail
Appointment System: Imports; eModal
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC®)
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Terminal Improvements

APL Container Terminal Project




In 2012, the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners certified the Berths 302-306 [APL] Container Terminal Project Environmental Report, which in included the following proposed improvements: 41 acres of new terminal backland, adding cranes, modifying the main gate (conversion of existing outbound lanes to inbound lanes and the relocation of out gates), converting a portion of the existing dry container storage unit area to a refrigerated container storage area with a permanent distributed electrical power source, replacement of the existing roadability inspection facility where container transport trucks are inspected after arriving containers are attached to the trailer, expanded power shop facilities to facilitate tractor maintenance and marine office space, and installation of necessary infrastructure improvements.

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TERMINAL LOCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION

614 Terminal Way
Berths 302-305
Terminal Island, CA  90731
(310) 548-8815

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