At the Port of Long Beach (POLB)’s fifth annual “Celebrating Education” event on Monday, 39 local college and high school students interested in pursuing careers in international trade and goods movement were awarded $54,750 in scholarships.
A public hearing is scheduled Monday to discuss an environmental impact report on a proposal to redevelop a rail yard in the Harbor District to move cargo more quickly with less of an environmental impact.
In his first State of the Port address this morning, Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero discussed many new challenges and improvements the port will face in the upcoming years to make it “the world’s greenest port.”
The California Air Resources Board announced Wednesday it reached a $2.5 million settlement with SSA Containers Inc. and its affiliates, which the state agency said failed to repower, retire or retrofit its equipment at the ports of Long Beach...
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