The executive directors of the US ports of Long Beach and Oakland, located in California, have called for continued government support for maritime sector clean air efforts and infrastructure development.
The Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach and are offering seed money to foster the development of new goods-movement technologies that improve air quality as part of their Technology Advancement Program (TAP).
The Port of Long Beach has received a US$9.7 million grant from the California Energy Commission to demonstrate zero-emissions cargo handling equipment.
GE Transportation and the Port of Long Beach have partnered to launch a data-sharing project to boost visibility, real-time decision-making and cargo flow through multiple POLB terminals.
The future of the Port of Long Beach will encompass 24/7 service and more information technology, according to Mario Cordero, its executive director.
A rail project at the Port of Long Beach to enable faster cargo transportation with reduced emissions has been approved.
US high school students have the opportunity to apply for paid high school internships or college scholarships from the US' second-busiest container port.
A US ports coalition has urged President Trump “not to overlook” ports as federal infrastructure investments plans are made.
Proposals for new technology to reduce at-berth emissions for non-container vessels are being invited in California.
The governing boards of Los Angeles and Long Beach ports have approved the 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) Update.
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Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMA) has claimed the USD$14bn Clean AirAction Plan (CAAP) is relying on “speculative technology”.
US ports saw a boom in imports in July, with preliminary data from the National Retail Federation showing that they handled the equivalent of 1.72m teu, just missing out on creating a record.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have released a draft of their 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) to further key pollution reduction and zero emissions goals.
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Truck drivers and warehouse workers from companies serving America’s Long Beach and Los Angeles ports have gone on strike to protest against work contracts which they say deny them the same rights as employed workers.
With an increasing number of mergers, changing alliances and bankruptcies in 2016, and now uncertain trade policies afoot, Port of Long Beach’s (POLB) interim chief executive Duane Kenagy said it is clear that only the most efficient and strongest ports will survive.
The Port of Long Beach has released an environmental study on its proposal to reconfigure and expand the Pier B on-dock rail facility.
The Port of Long Beach has installed a 904.75kW Mitsubishi Electric photovoltaic (PV) system to contribute to its sustainable environment developments.
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