Port of Long Beach Executive Director Chris Lytle is leaving the nation's second-largest seaport to head the Port of Oakland, it was announced today.
Since 2006, the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have engaged in efforts to grow the size and capacities of their respective ports while simultaneously reducing their carbon footprint. However, this is now being threatened by the actions of several regulatory agencies.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners announced Friday that it has named Chief Harbor Engineer Al Moro as the Port of Long Beach’s interim executive director.
After more than a year and a half of vacancy, the Harbor Commission is expected to appoint a new interim deputy director for the Port of Long Beach at its meeting today.
Passing by a single-vote margin of 3-2, the Port of Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners enacted on Monday a policy which bans the use of Harbor Department funds for sponsorships and financial contributions to organizations that have endorsed or opposed Long Beach political candidates.
Port of Long Beach (POLB) officials recorded a 7.9 percent increase in April cargo flow over that of April 2014—the highest cargo flow number in nine years.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas on Tuesday to create a plan to implement five areas of action from the County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs Department (DCBA) that help employees, including Long Beach port truck
The true story of the Port of Long Beach will be brought to life in Port Town: A Historical Photo Exhibit, which will begin its three-month run at the Historical Society of Long Beach during Bixby Knolls’ First Fridays event on August 7.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners announced its selection of a new board president Wednesday, with Monday’s election of Lori Ann Farrell Harrison. The Board, composed of five members, also announced its selection of Lou Anne Bynum as Vice President and Tracy Esgoscue as secretary in
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia presented the inaugural “Mayor’s Green Port Award” to terminal operator Long Beach Container Terminal (LBCT) at the annual Environmental Achievement Awards, the Port of Long Beach announced Wednesday.
Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners President Lori Ann Guzmán announced her agenda of social and fiscal responsibility for the year, as well as her intention to go by her given name rather than her married name, Lori Ann Farrell Harrison.
The Port of Long Beach (POLB) experienced its heaviest flow of cargo traffic for August in its 104-year history, the second month in a row that it has recorded such a record, the port announced yesterday.
The 'Green Port Gateway' Rail project’s completion was celebrated Wednesday morning by local, state and national dignitaries, a project that will reduce emissions and increase cargo movement efficiency.
Tuesday’s Long Beach City Council Meeting confirmed the reappointments of Board of Harbor Commissioners Lou Ann Bynam, a Long Beach City College executive, and Doug Drummond, a former city councilmember to the board, the port announced yesterday.
Crews began constructing the new 515-foot tall bridge towers for the Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement Monday, completing their initial foundation pour
Eighty new street trees will be planted in the Wrigley neighborhood come Saturday as volunteers take part in the Thomas Murphy Memorial Tree Planting.
Add another month to the books: the Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced today that last month was its busiest September in its 104-year history, stating that cargo flow has reached its pre-Recession levels.
The Port of Long Beach (POLB) announced today that a special kind of pollution-scrubbing barge technology that works by diverting potential air pollutants through alternative plugin sources for ships, sponsored by the port, was approved by the California Air Resources Board.
The Port of Long Beach (POLB) sent its own representatives to Capitol Hill earlier this month, where they advocated for a comprehensive, national cyber security strategy.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced yesterday evening that the Port of Long Beach will receive $1.2 million in funding to replace its eight yard diesel tractors with electric, automated guided vehicles.
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