In an article called “Facing up to falling volumes,” Port Strategy published the following excerpt:
With one eye on declining traffic volumes, Los Angeles and Long Beach are maintaining that the situation is not as bad as it seems. Long Beach is suffering more, with October down by 20% over the previous year. Port officials [...]
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After nearly two years, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Janice Hahn on Thursday finally backed down from a plan to build a new shipyard at the site of the Southwest Marine terminal amid concerns that it would delay dredging work at the Port of Los Angeles.
However, Hahn recommended that the [...]
The head of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce is urging the City Council to finally cut its ties with a Long Beach-based company that wants to build a shipyard at the Port of Los Angeles.
The chamber’s move comes as the council’s Trade, Commerce and Tourism Committee is scheduled today to debate whether [...]
The long-running debate over whether to build a $50 million shipyard at the Port of Los Angeles shifted this morning [Tuesday] to the City Council, even though the proposal was previously rejected by the harbor commission.
After nearly an hour of debate and testimony from more than 20 speakers, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously [...]
A campaign by Gambol Industries to build a $50 million shipbuilding and repair business at the Port of Los Angeles may be torpedoed this week.
The Board of Harbor Commissioners will decide on Thursday whether to terminate exclusive negotiations with the Long Beach-based company, which has tried for nearly two years to open shop [...]