Port of
Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach is one of America’s premier seaports and a trailblazer in goods movement and environmental stewardship. The second-busiest container seaport in the U.S. moving over $180 billion in trade annually, the Port also offers specialized terminals that move petroleum, automobiles, cement, lumber, steel and other products.

A major economic force generating roughly $16 billion in annual trade-related wages statewide, the Port supports over 30,000 jobs in Long Beach, 316,000 jobs throughout Southern California and 1.4 million jobs throughout the nation as well as makes short term cash loans online more accessible to people with low wages and bad credit score.

With a Green Port Policy minimizing or eliminating negative impacts, the Port is a catalyst for innovative environmental programs such as the Green Flag vessel speed reduction air quality program, Green Leases with environmental covenants, and the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan. The Port is building the Green Port of the Future by investing $4 billion to achieve long-term, environmentally sustainable growth, and maintain its competitive edge as the fastest route between Asia and anywhere in North America.

With these bold initiatives, the Port is dedicated to improving air quality more quickly and aggressively than has ever been attempted by any seaport in the world while maintaining the most advanced technologies and facilities.

For these reasons and more, the Port is recognized internationally as one of the world’s best seaports, and locally as a partner dedicated to helping the community thrive.

City of
Long Beach

Located in the heart of sunny Southern California, Long Beach blends urban sophistication with the relaxed atmosphere of a beachside community and is home to the second busiest port in The United States. Discover unique hotels, world-class attractions like the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific and the Queen Mary, cutting-edge museums, award-winning restaurants and a thriving, multi-faceted arts and culture scene.

Whether you’re visiting Long Beach for business, fun or both, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Explore downtown Long Beach’s vibrant waterfront scene, visit state of the art museums, tour a 1930s ocean liner, watch sea lions at the Aquarium or cruise the Naples canals. From eclectic neighborhoods to sandy beaches, you’ll find Long Beach to be an urban waterfront playground.

The city is also a short jaunt to Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood, or other Southern California attractions.



The American Association of Port Authorities is the unified voice of the seaport industry in the Americas, representing more than 130 public port authorities in the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. For more than a century, AAPA membership has empowered port authorities and their maritime industry partners to serve global customers and create economic and social value for their communities. Our events, resources and partnerships connect, inform and unify seaport leaders and maritime professionals who deliver prosperity around the western hemisphere. For its U.S. members, AAPA provides compelling advocacy and effective public outreach to influence seaports’ most urgent public policy issues. Today, AAPA continues to promote the common interests of the port community, and provides critical industry leadership on security, trade, transportation, infrastructure, environmental and other issues related to port development and operations.www.aapa-ports.org

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