See oversize cargo, a future park, and women in port industry
November 4, 2011
The latest episode of "Pulse of the Port," the Port's award-winning video program, covers the contributions of women in the shipping industry, creation of a new community park in Long Beach, a Centennial walk down memory lane and a look at how the biggest cargo is moved. In addition, two new "On the Go" videos examine the start of construction on the Middle Harbor terminal and a special event to mentor young women considering a career in international trade.
See the groundbreaking for Baker Park, started with a contribution from Long Beach Container Terminal, a business at the Port of Long Beach, and a feature on Pacific Harbor Line railroad's switch to cleaner locomotives. Click here.
From helicopters to passenger rail cars, from steel rolls to plastic boats, unwieldy cargo comes through the Port of Long Beach. To see how it is moved, click here.
The Port of Long Beach supports one in eight jobs in the city of Long Beach. Come along as we talk to eight women who have built thriving careers in the industry. Click here.
And take a trip down memory lane as community members recall their personal stories of the Port of Long Beach's history, in this, our Centennial year. Click here.
Meanwhile, our "On the Go" video team visited a construction zone at the Port of Long Beach, namely the Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project, which just kicked off this year. Click here.
On the Go also covered a recent Centennial event to help mentor young women who might be considering a career in the goods movement industry, by bringing together high school students with women who have built careers in international trade. Click here.