This digital library serves as a central location for easy-to-download information, including brochures, publications, fact cards, trade numbers, maps and virtual backgrounds. This page is updated as new content becomes available.
Brochures and Publications
The 2023 Port of Los Angeles calendar features a selection of photos taken by professional Port photographers.
2023 Mariners Guide
The information presented in the annual Port of Los Angeles Mariners Guide is intended to provide a safer navigational experience for those who operate vessels in and around Los Angeles Harbor.
2021 Facts & Figures
Published in the first quarter of the year, the annual Port of Los Angeles Facts & Figures card provides at-a-glance statistics based on data for the previous calendar and fiscal years.
Port Marketing Brochure
Also known as Port 101, this brochure provides a general overview of America's Port®, including information about terminals and nearby facilities, data, analytics and programs at the Port of Los Angeles.
Foreign-Trade Zone 202
Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) 202 comprises approximately 5400 acres of Port property, including warehousing facilities and more than 35 general purpose sites and four subzones located throughout Southern California.
2018-2022 Strategic Plan
Measured against key performance indicators, the 2018-2022 Strategic Plan provides a roadmap for assuring the Port’s competitiveness and ongoing future success.
2022 L.A.-Long Beach Trade Numbers
2022 Los Angeles-Long Beach Trade Numbers provide trade statistics for the San Pedro Bay port complex, based on U.S. Census Bureau data. Published by World City and sponsored by the Port of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.
2021 Port of Los Angeles Trade Numbers
2021 Port of Los Angeles Trade Numbers provides trade statistics for the Port of Los Angeles, based on U.S. Census Bureau data. Published by World City and sponsored by the Port of Los Angeles.
2020 California Ports Trade Numbers
2020 California Ports Trade Numbers provide trade statistics for California's 11 seaports, based on U.S. Census Bureau data. Published by World City and sponsored by the California Association of Port Authorities.
Port Facilities Map
The Port of Los Angeles features both passenger and cargo terminals, including cruise, container, automobile, breakbulk, dry and liquid bulk and warehouse facilities that manage billions of dollars’ worth of cargo each year.
Container Terminals Map
The Port's seven container terminals are each equipped to handle high volumes of cargo with access to on-dock rail. These terminals are leased to marine terminal operators affiliated with major shipping lines and/or alliances.
This four-panel brochure outlines specifications for the Port’s seven container terminals. Print and fold into four sections.
Port of Los Angeles Aerial
This virtual background shows an aerial of San Pedro Bay Port Complex with the Port of Los Angeles, the busiest port in North America, in the foreground.
Angels Gate Lighthouse
This virtual background shows Los Angeles Harbor Light, more commonly known as Angels Gate Lighthouse, the ships' entrance to Los Angeles Harbor.
Vincent Thomas Bridge
This virtual background shows the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro, one of the largest suspension bridges in California.
Port and Mountains
This virtual background shows a container ship and Vincent Thomas Bridge against the snow-capped San Bernardino Mountains.
Containers on Ship
This virtual background shows an aerial view of a container ship docked at the Port of Los Angeles.
Port Main Channel
This virtual background shows the Port of Los Angeles Main Channel at twilight, sparkling with harbor lights.
LA Waterfront Promenade
This virtual background shows the new San Pedro Promenade along the LA Waterfront.