Port of Long Beach

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    415 W. Ocean Blvd. , Long Beach, California, United States 90802
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    The Port of Long Beach – The Port of Choice

    The Port of Long Beach is a global leader in operational excellence and top-notch customer service, moving cargo with reliability, speed and efficiency — making it the premier U.S. gateway for trans-Pacific trade.

    As the nation’s second-busiest container seaport, the Port of Long Beach handles trade valued at $200 billion annually and supports 2.6 million trade-related jobs across the United States, including 575,000 in Southern California and 1 in 5 jobs in Long Beach.

    Spanning 3,200 acres with 31 miles of waterfront, 10 piers, 72 post-Panamax cranes and some of the deepest berths in the country, the Port’s world-class facilities can accommodate the largest shipping vessels in the world.

    With a keen eye toward building a successful and sustainable future, the Port is pursuing long-term capital improvement projects. In 2021, the Port completed the final phase of the world’s most technologically advanced container terminal — the Long Beach Container Terminal at Middle Harbor. In the next 10 years, the Port is planning $2.3 billion in modernization projects, including $1.5 billion in on-dock rail projects.

    The Port of Long Beach is proactively working to handle the ongoing surge in cargo shipments brought on by consumer demand for imports. Through day-to-day efforts by labor and terminal operators, the Port is processing record amounts of cargo – with 9.38 million TEUs in 2021.

    A new data solution known as the “Supply Chain Information Highway” is being rolled out from Long Beach to other ports and stakeholders across the country to offer the industry a flexible, safe source of data.

    Customers choose the Port of Long Beach for the most dependable, cost-effective and fastest delivery of goods in the world, along with the strong relationships it maintains with industry, community, environmental advocates and partner agencies.

    For more information, please visit www.polb.com.

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