Commercial Shipping

The San Pedro Harbor, officially known as The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest cargo terminal in the United States. The economy of Southern California and a large portion of the US is dependent on San Pedro and The Port of Los Angeles. Commercial shipping is the lifeblood of the port and the port supports the commercial carriers with facilities and a work force that is unmatched by any other US port.

Los Angeles Harbor Commercial Shipping Links


The Port of Los Angeles

Marine Exchange of Southern California

United States Dept. of Homeland Security
United States Coast Guard
Sector Los Angeles-Long Beach (11-37260)

General Maritime Portals


Maritime Portal

Shipping Lines


Alaska Marine Lines, Inc.

American President Lines (APL)

China Shipping Line

COSCO (China Ocean Shipping Company)

Crowley Maritime Corporation

CSAV – SudAmerica de Vapores

Dole Ocean Cargo Express

Egon Oldendorf

Evergreen Marine

Hamburg Sud

Hapag-Lloyd

Hyundai Merchant Marine Co.

J. Lauritzen A/S

K Line America, Inc.

Maersk Line

Matson Navigation Company

Mitsui OSK Lines

NYK Line

Orient Overseas Container Lines (OOCL)

Pan Ocean Shipping Co.

Sea-Land

TMM – Transportacion Maritima Mexicana

Van Ommeren Iver Ships

Wilhelmsen Lines

Yang Ming Lines

Zim Israel Navigation Co.

Ports


Seaports Infopages

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Port of Corpus Christi, Texas

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Georgia Ports Authority

Port of Gray’s Harbor, Washington

Port Authority of Guam

Port of Hueneme, California

Port of Hong Kong

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Portnet Italia – Ports of Italy

Jacksonville, Florida Port Authority

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Port of Long Beach, California

Port of Longview, Washington

Port of Los Angeles, California

Port of Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Port of Montreal, Canada

North Carolina State Ports Authority

Port of Oakland, California

Port of Olympia, Washington

Port of Pensacola, Florida

Port of Philadelphia & Camden (Delaware River Port Authority)

Port of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Port of Portland, Oregon

Port of Quebec, Canada

Port of Redwood City, California

Port of Sacramento, California

Port of San Diego, California

Port of San Francisco, California

Port of Seattle, Washington

Port of Stockton, California

Port of Tacoma, Washington

Port of Toronto, Canada

Port of Wilmington, Delaware

Port of Vancouver, Canada

Port of Vancouver, Washington