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TraPac: Tomorrow's Technology Today
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April 2016
Notes From The Port
The Port of Los Angeles is working closely with its partners to sharpen its competitive edge.
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November 2015
Big Bigger Biggest

The big box business in the Inland Empire is growing exponentially within striking distance of Los Angeles, making the Port of Los Angeles No. 1 in industrial, warehouse and distribution center space.

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May 2015
Velocity 2.0
Tech experts, terminals, trucking companies and cargo owners test-drive smart supply chain strategies at the Port of Los Angeles.
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May 2015
Craning Up

WBCT "cranes up" in preparation for the largest vessels calling at the Port of Los Angeles.

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November 2015
A Turn For The Better
Quick180 gears up to increase supply chain efficiency at the San Pedro Bay ports.
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November 2015
San Pedro Bay Solutions

The recent Supply Chain Optimization Forum brought San Pedro Bay stakeholders together to work toward their common goal of optimizing cargo flow.

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May 2015
Welcome Aboard!

Join LAtitude host Rasha Goel in an interview with the new Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles, Gene Seroka.

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December 2014
Hawaiian Hybrid

Pasha-Hawaii’s state-of-the-art "ConRo" vessel is now calling at the Port of LA.

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November 2015
Clean Air Unplugged
Mobile technology pioneered at the Port of Los Angeles cuts at-berth ship emissions.
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November 2015
Notes From The Port
The Port of Los Angeles and its partners are moving full speed ahead to optimize cargo operations and move goods with greater efficiency than ever.
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May 2015
Fast Track

Redesigned, and relocated, the new Berth 200 Rail Yard will increase efficiency of cargo operations at the Port of Los Angeles while significantly reducing regional truck traffic and air pollution.

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December 2014
Up and Over

The new grade separation at the Port of LA crosses "'up and over" rail traffic in Wilmington.

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November 2015
Peel Off Program

The Port of Los Angeles' new Peel Off Program increases cargo flow efficiency by unloading the containers from the ship and stacking them in piles to be drayed to a near-dock yard for sorting.

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May 2015
The New Yusen
Improvements will maximize space for Yusen Container Terminal to receive bigger ships, improve cargo operations and enhance service.
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May 2015
Paper Paper Paper

In 2013 nearly 20 million metric tons of containerized waste paper was exported, making waste paper products the No. 1 commodity leaving the U.S. through the Port of Los Angeles.

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December 2014
Notes From The Port
Executive Director Gene Seroka talks about new industry dynamics and what the Port of Los Angeles is doing to transform challenge into opportunity.
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December 2014
GRID UNLOCKED

At the new Colton Crossing grade separation, one train now flies over the other, increasing speed and dependability in delivering goods to market.

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March 2014
WHERE THE RUBBER MEETS THE ROAD
The Port of Los Angeles is building better, smoother roadways connecting cargo to market.
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March 2014
Notes From The Port
Building on success: Greetings from the Port of Los Angeles' Interim Executive Director, Gary Lee Moore.
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December 2013
Cool Connections
The Port of L.A.’s cold storage partners offer perishable goods first-class accommodations on their journey to consumers.
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December 2014
AMPING UP

With the most shore-side power connections of any port in the world, the Port of L.A. is AMP’d up and ready to meet the new state compliance regulations in 2014.

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March 2014
Mideast Meets West

When United Arab Shipping Company sought elbow room to expand to the U.S. West Coast, the Port of L.A.’s infrastructure and reputation for speed and consistency proved irresistible.

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December 2013
A New Master Plan for the Port of LA
The Port of Los Angeles updates its guidelines for the best and highest uses of its lands and waterways.
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December 2013
Trading Up With Asia
The Port's Asian Trade Forum provides expert export advice on tapping into one of the world's fastest growing consumer markets.
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December 2014
NOTES FROM THE PORT
The Port of Los Angeles’ Interim Executive Director, Gary Lee Moore, discusses the recent TPM Conference and other important maritime issues.
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March 2014
Champagne Send-off

Raise a toast to the APL Savannah, the first container vessel christened at the Port of L.A. and one of 12 huge, new container ships added to APL’s trans-Pacific trade route.

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December 2013
Incubating the Future
PortTechLA is a resource connecting markets and clean technology from its base at the Port of Los Angeles to the maritime industry around the globe.
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December 2013
NEW HEIGHTS

At the Port of Los Angeles, container terminal operators are literally raising their cranes in order to reach new heights of economic and environmental efficiency.

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March 2014
MEET THE COMMISSIONERS
The new Board at the Port of Los Angeles brings a wealth of professional experience and insight to the nation's busiest container seaport.
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March 2014
TugZilla

A tough tractor tugboat custom built for the Port of Los Angeles is ready to help giant container ships to berth. Bring on the big ships, the Robert Franco tug is here.

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December 2013
Channeling Progress

New cargo ships are larger than an aircraft carriers and the Port of Los Angeles is ready to receive them as the Main Channel Deepening Project concludes.

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July 2013
Trade Connect

Trade Connect is a pioneering program at the Port of Los Angeles that fosters a new global view for American businesses, turning entrepreneurs into exporters.

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July 2013
America's Gateway to Oceania
Modest in volume, but mighty in value, ocean shipping between the U.S. and Australia/New Zealand is among the most coveted trade lanes in the world.
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July 2013
Notes From The Port
As the economy recovers, the focus for the Port of L.A. in 2013 will be on continued infrastructure enhancements and the never-ending commitment to getting goods to market faster and more efficiently than any U.S. port.
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March 2013
Future From Above

Get in and buckle up for a fast, high-flying view of all the new projects taking place in and around Americas #1 trade gateway.

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November 2012
Capital Idea$

The Port of Los Angeles is about to upgrade its world-class facilities with a record-setting $400 million capital budget focused on terminals and transportation improvements.

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July 2013
Chicago! Chicago!
All Aboard! Learn how goods reach America's heartland through the Port of Los Angeles.
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March 2013
Ramping Up Rail
The Berth 200 Railyard project will not only enhance rail efficiency, but will now bring on-dock rail service to the expanding TraPac terminal.
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March 2013
Always Delivering

Keeping the Hawaiian Islands stocked with everything that businesses, residents and visitors need depends, in large part, on the dedication and efficiency of Horizon Lines.

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November 2012
Notes From The Port
"Working on Today, Focusing on Tomorrow" at the Port of Los Angeles: How the Port's projects, services and goals reflect lessons learned at the 2013 IAPH World Ports Conference.
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July 2013
No Wait for Weight

The Port of L.A. has resolved its long-term weight problem, with the extension of the Heavy Container Corridor in Carson.

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March 2013
Going Green Pays Off
Attractive financial incentives are just another reason why more and more shipping lines are taking part in the Environmental Ship Index.
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March 2013
Notes From The Port
As 2012 comes to a close, the Port of L.A. will be greeting 2013 with a focus on expansion and infrastructure improvements.
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November 2012
Ship-Rail-Shelf
Nonstop Flagship Service combines consistent vessel arrivals with patterned train releases linking Asia to key inland U.S. markets through the Port of Los Angeles.
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July 2013
Some Assembly Required
Los Angeles is the car capital of the west, but there is a lot more to landing a part in L.A. than you would think.
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March 2013
Putting It All Together

L.A.-based Megatoys is thriving in the highly competitive toy marketplace, with innovative seasonal products and a Just-In-Time delivery system that reduces costs and ensures quality.

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November 2012
Engineering Tomorrow
From Channel Deepening and Terminal expansion to Alternative Maritime Power and new roadways, The Port of L.A.’s busy Engineering Division does it all.
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November 2012
Plugging into the Future
After setting the worldwide standard for Alternative Maritime Power, The Port of L.A.'s next goal is to have 50% of all ship traffic plugged in by 2014.
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November 2012
Notes From The Port
While short term needs are certainly important, the Port of L.A.’s Executive Director explains why the Port’s long term vision is what really counts.
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July 2012
In The Zone.

Learn how Sony, Citizen Watch Company, Puma and many others optimize their inventories and control costs in the Port of L.A.'s Foreign Trade Zone 202, the largest FTZ in the country.

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March 2012
Record Exports at The Port of L.A.
The Port of L.A. is setting export records. Learn why and how the Port is bucking the national trend.
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March 2012
Team Terminal

With the peak shipping season around the corner, the Port of L.A.’s unmatched team of terminal operators stand ready to receive and deliver the goods.

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July 2012
L.A. Port Pilots: Ace Navigators
Bringing multi-million dollar containerships safely into harbor requires vast experience and the kind of local knowledge for which the Port of L.A.’s port pilots are famous.
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July 2012
Win. Win. Win.

Find out how two maritime industry leaders worked together to create a win-win-win scenario at the Port of L.A.

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March 2012
Holy Guacamole!

Fruit exporters in Chile keep the U.S. well stocked with winter produce brought to market expressly through the Port of L.A.

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January 2012
Recycling Redefined

Fifty years at the Port of L.A., SA Recycling is setting new standards for quality and environmental leadership.

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July 2012
Building The Future
Spending upwards of $1 million per day on infrastructure improvements, the Port of L.A. is ensuring that shippers will have everything they need for decades to come.
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July 2012
Notes From The Port
While change isn’t always easy in the shipping industry, the Port of L.A.’s Executive Director sees it happening on many fronts and reflects on the value of collaboration.
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March 2012
Hay, Way To Go!

The Port of L.A. teams with one of the country’s leading hay exporters to overcome obstacles and get things moving.

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January 2012
Non Stop Success

Celebrating its 10th year in operation, the Alameda Corridor is a feat of engineering that speeds rail traffic to and from the Port of L.A.

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July 2012
Connected!

With its on-dock rail system, transloading facilities and vast highway system, the Port of L.A. helps speed products to market faster than any other U.S. port.

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March 2012
What's A Wharfinger?
Operational experts. Information gurus. Problem-solvers extraordinaire. Find out how the group with the funny name helps Port of L.A. customers around the clock.
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March 2012
Going The Distance

Learn how Pacific Harbor Line sets the standard for environmental leadership while building a robust business at the Port of L.A.

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January 2012
Notes From The Port
It’s a new year, but challenges remain. Read what the Port of L.A.’s Executive Director feels that port’s must do for the future.
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January 2012
Business Unusual

When the Port of LA and the City of L.A. work together to help companies large and small, everyone benefits from the team effort.

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September 2011
The Pasha Way
The family-owned Pasha Group has become one of the most highly regarded stevedoring services on the West Coast over the past 60 years.
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September 2011
Notes from the Port
Business is better, but is it really back? Read what the Executive Director of America's largest port thinks.
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May 2011
Smooth Sailing
The Marine Exchange of Southern California uses technology to keep ship traffic flowing smoothly at North America’s largest container port. And soon, the entire operation will be powered by wind and solar.
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January 2012
Ready When You Are

With over one billion square feet of warehouse and distribution capacity, the Port of L.A. is unrivaled in moving cargo to and from every point in the nation.

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September 2011
Going Deep

The Port of L.A.'s $370 million dollar Main Channel Deepening Project is a feat of planning and engineering that will ensure future capacity and safety for ships of all sizes.

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May 2011
A Port and a Partner
Discover how the Port of L.A. is helping turn vision into reality through an innovative non-profit technology incubator.
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May 2011
Clearly Better with ClearFreight
A recognized leader in international freight movement, ClearFreight values one asset above all others: Its people.
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January 2012
Port Notes
Former Executive Director Knatz talks about the future of maritime industry security since 9/11.
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September 2011
Prius of the Sea

The Carolyn Dorothy, a hybrid tugboat at the Port of L.A., puts out far less pollution, fuel consumption and noise than ordinary tugs, while working just as hard.

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May 2011
Not Your Daddy's Port
Since when does a port teach and help businesses how to do business abroad? Since now.
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May 2011
Security Second To None

Learn how the Port of Los Angles' security efforts are setting the standard for ports worldwide.

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September 2011
Don't Go Changin'
Marine Oil Technology has developed a filtration system that allows engines to skip oil changes for years.
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September 2011
Investing in the Future

Learn why China Shipping continues to invest in the Port of L.A. and what it all means for one of the world's leading steamship lines.

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May 2011