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Port of Long Beach to Name Duane Kenagy as Interim Chief Executive Officer
News ImageThe Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners announced today they will hold a Special Meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, to consider the appointment of Duane Kenagy, P.E. as the Port of Long Beach’s Interim Chief Executive Officer. Kenagy currently serves as the Port’s Capital Programs Executive, overseeing nearly $4.5 billion in construction and improvement projects, the largest infrastructure investment of any port in the nation.
(posted: 9/20/2016)
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Port Community Grants Workshops Scheduled
News ImageThe Port of Long Beach will hold four public workshops to discuss funding priorities for a new $46.4 million program to lessen the impacts of Port-related pollution on the community.
(posted: 9/19/2016)
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Exports Up at Port, Overall Cargo Volumes Down
News ImageAugust exports surged 14.8 percent through the Port of Long Beach compared to the same month in 2015, but lower imports drove overall volumes down.
(posted: 9/15/2016)
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Applications for Port Sponsorships Open Sept. 1-30
News ImageThe Port of Long Beach will accept applications for its community sponsorship program during the month of September. The Harbor Department provides sponsorship funds to socially responsible local groups for community events and activities that also help to inform residents about the Port while making Long Beach a better place to live and work.
(posted: 8/24/2016)
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Shrinking Truck Turn Times
News ImageAs peak season heats up, truck turn times are down at the Port of Long Beach. The average turn time in May was 78 minutes, a 15 percent improvement over February’s 92 minutes.
(posted: 7/27/2016)
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Protecting International Trade
News ImageMore than 2,000 vessels call at the Port of Long Beach each year, moving $180 billion in cargo — that's almost half a billion dollars worth of international commerce every day. Any interruption impacts jobs, insurance rates and logistics schedules on several continents.
(posted: 6/29/2016)
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