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Container cargo volumes reached record heights at the Port of Long Beach last month, surging past the previous mark and distinguishing June 2018 as the Port’s best month ever.
News ID: 80123    Publish Date : 2018/07/15

Strong consumer demand for goods continued to push cargo higher at the Port of Long Beach, as imports surged more than 10 percent in August compared to the same month last year. The figure was the third-highest monthly import total in the Port’s 106-year history.
News ID: 76242    Publish Date : 2017/09/12

Twelve people, including one firefighter, sustained minor to mild injuries after a container ship leaked a hazardous material in the Port of Long Beach in Southern California, WSJ reported.
News ID: 75455    Publish Date : 2017/08/09

The US Port of Long Beach handled 8.7 percent more volumes in January 2017 than a year earlier, driven by renewed activity at its largest terminal and extra ships calling ahead of the Lunar New Year.
News ID: 72344    Publish Date : 2017/02/14

Slowed by industry headwinds and challenges that included major customer Hanjin declaring bankruptcy, the Port of Long Beach said it moved almost 6.8 million containers in 2016.
News ID: 71522    Publish Date : 2017/01/12

Bankrupt Hanjin Shipping is selling its 54% stake in a Long Beach container terminal to the world’s second largest container line MSC.
News ID: 71019    Publish Date : 2016/12/21

South Korean ocean carrier Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is still in the running to buy a majority stake in an operator of a container terminal at California’s Port of Long Beach, currently held by its bankrupt compatriot Hanjin Shipping.
News ID: 70980    Publish Date : 2016/12/20

US Port of Long Beach’s (POLB) container volumes are still hit by the Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy as the port recorded a 6.2 percent decrease in its October throughput, compared to the same month last year.
News ID: 70401    Publish Date : 2016/11/19

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced the launch of its sixth service, named SEQUOIA, to West Coast.
News ID: 70308    Publish Date : 2016/11/15

Thousands of empty shipping containers, stranded in Southern California after the bankruptcy of South Korean ocean carrier Hanjin Shipping Co., may now have a way to get back to Asia.
News ID: 70082    Publish Date : 2016/11/05

Miami-based cruise ship company Carnival Cruise Line has signed an agreement under which it would nearly triple the size of the Long Beach Cruise Terminal facility from 66,000 square feet to 142,000 square feet to accommodate larger ships in the future.
News ID: 69639    Publish Date : 2016/10/23

US west coast ports experienced lower container volumes is September due to Hanjin Shipping’s’ bankruptcy, with Long Beach box traffic down 16.6% and Oakland reporting a 5% drop compared with a year earlier.
News ID: 69551    Publish Date : 2016/11/18

US Port of Long Beach (POLB) recorded an 8.9 percent decrease in its container throughput in August 2016, handling 641,029 TEUs against 703,652 TEUs in the same month last year.
News ID: 68909    Publish Date : 2016/09/27

SOME ships caught up in the chaos of Hanjin Shipping’s collapse are starting to head into port after 10 days of uncertainty that left them unable to berth for fear of arrest.
News ID: 68810    Publish Date : 2016/09/12

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