Green corridors first got a lot of attention at the COP26 summit in 2021 when the U.S. signed on to the Clydebank Declaration for Green Shipping Corridors (DGSC). Since then, the Maritime
Veteran Port of Los Angeles engineer and infrastructure development expert Dina Aryan-Zahlan has been named the port’s deputy executive director of development, succeding Antonio Gioiello, who retired earlier this year. “Dina is
Five California container ports – Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, Hueneme and San Diego – signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) yesterday launching the California Port Data Partnership. The MOU outlines an
Two developments today give hope that green shipping corridors are starting to move closer to reality. The long in the works plan for a green corridor linking California’s San Pedro Bay ports
Plunging February container volumes at the Port of Los Angeles underscore the point that container shipping giants such as Maersk made in making their forecasts for 2023: booms don’t go on forever.
In what could be a hopeful indication of a recovery in transpacific trade, North America’s leading seaport by container volume and cargo value, the Port of Los Angeles, reports that it moved
The Port of Los Angeles moved 779,903 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in September, a 2.7% decrease compared to 2018’s record-breaking September. “The ill-advised U.S.-China trade war continues to wreak havoc on American