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Facts and Figures

Facilities

Acreage: 7500 acres (4300 land/3200 water)
Berths:

270 – including 24 berth dedicated to Alternative Maritime Power™ (AMP™)

Container Cranes:

86 – including Super Post-Panamax Plus and dual-trolley cranes)

Marinas:

16 (3800 recreational boat slips)

Terminals:

Automobile (1)
Breakbulk (2)
Container (9)
Dry Bulk (2)
Liquid Bulk (7)
Passenger (2)

Waterfront:

43 miles (water depth of -53 feet)

Cargo Statistics

Automobiles Handled:

169,107 (CY 2013)
206,865 (CY 2012)

Cargo Tonnage:
Million Metric Revenue Tons (MMRT)

165.1 MMRT (FY 2013)
175.2 MMRT (FY 2012)

Cargo Value: $285.4 billion (CY 2013)
$283.6 billion (CY 2012)

Container Volume:
Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs)

7.9 million TEUs (CY 2013)
8.1 million TEUs (CY 2012)

Container Volume Ranking:
Source: The JOC Top 50 World Container Ports, Journal of Commerce (2012)

1st in the U.S. (since 2000)
16th in the world
9th in the world when combined with the neighboring Port of Long Beach
(San Pedro Bay Ports Complex)

Cruise Traffic:

430,189 passengers (CY 2013)
426,093 passengers (CY 2012)

Vessel Arrivals (Ship Calls):

2,143 (CY 2013)
2,180 (CY 2012)

Trade Statistics

Top Containerized Imports:
Top five, in TEUs, CY 2013

Furniture – 400,879
Auto Parts – 342,977
Apparel – 336,702
Electronic Products – 217,617
Footwear – 167,143

Top Containerized Exports:
Top five, in TEUs, CY 2013

Paper/Wastepaper – 293,523
Pet and Animal Feeds – 216,181
Scrap Metal – 124,786
Fabric – 83,544
Soybeans – 50,731

Top Trading Partners:
Top five, in Cargo Value, CY 2013

China/Hong Kong – $138 billion
Japan – $40 billion
South Korea – $16 billion
Taiwan – $12 billion
Vietnam – $11 billion

Top Foreign Trade Routes: 
Top five, Percentage of Total Volume, CY 2013

Northeast Asia – 72%
Southeast Asia – 16%
Oceania – 3%
India Subcontinent – 2%
North Europe – 2%

Financial Statistics

Bond Ratings:

Aa2 (Moody’s Investors Service)
AA (Standard & Poor’s)
AA (Fitch Ratings)

Net Income:

$85.3 million (FY 2013)
$101.9 million (FY 2012)

Total Operating Revenue:

$397.4 million (FY 2013
$409.8 million (FY 2012)

Capital Improvement Program:

$399.9 million budgeted (FY 2014)

Economic Impacts

Employment (Direct):

994 authorized positions at the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department dba Port of Los Angeles (FY 2013)

Employment (Related):

896,000 jobs throughout the Region
1.2 million jobs throughout California
3.6 million jobs throughout the U.S.

Market Share:
Total Loaded TEUs, CY 2012

38.4% West Coast
17.8% Nationwide

State and Local Tax Revenue:

$6 billion throughout California
$23 billion throughout the U.S.

Value of Trade to the Economy:

$63 billion throughout California
$260 billion throughout the U.S.



This page last updated on April 8, 2014 2:07 PM