Goodbye, Paul

A retirement reception was held in late February for Alfonso “Paul” Dominguez, who retired as Sr. Construction Inspector at the Harbor...

In the global headlines, Harbor Dept. works to unclog the supply chain.

In this feature story, read about the efforts – still ongoing – made by the Port’s Wharfingers and the heavy data management from Cargo Marketing to help clear the deckS...

Port’s Gene Seroka honored with national shipping award.

Ship another honor to Port Executive Director Gene Seroka. He’s this year’s winner of the Containerization and Intermodal Institute (CII)’s Connie Award, considered one the most coveted honors in the maritime industry. The award recognizes...

Anna Burton retires from emergency management after 35 years of City servic.

From lifeguard to emergency coordinator: Anna Burton has risen a long way in the City. And now, after 35 years, she retires...

Port Exec. Director Gene Seroka honored by SoCal economic partnership.

Recognizing decades of leadership and accomplishments in the supply chain, logistics and maritime industry, the Inland Empire Economic Partnership has named Harbor Executive Director Gene Seroka as its...

Harbor’s logistics team sends equipment to wildfires.

Harbor’s Logistics Victory LA (LoVLA) recently supplied the LAFD with containers and other emergency supplies to help fight wildfires...

Protection for Farm Workers

On Aug. 31, Logistics Victory LA (LoVLA), a program managed by the Harbor Dept., donated 75,000 masks to the United Farm Workers of America to keep its member farm workers safe during the pandemic, the wildfires and extreme heat...

Port Logistics Manages Medical Gear for LA Area During the Pandemic

As it delivers its one millionth piece of medical gear, the Logistics Victory LA program supplies hospitals with the equipment they need during the pandemic...

Port Police welcomes new Officer.

On June 8, the Harbor welcomed Port Police Officer Leo Cabrera...

Impressive new boat begins service with LA Port Police.

On Feb. 13, Harbor’s Port Police showed off a new $1.5 million vessel, Boat 42. The 43-foot vessel will be used for patrol and dive team launch...