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Postado em 18 de abril de 2017 | 17:27

Port of Los Angeles reports overall gains of 10% in first quarter

March cargo volumes jumped 29 percent at the Port of Los Angeles compared to the previous year. The robust numbers came through a combination of strong export volumes (up 20 percent), a post Lunar New Year surge of cargo from Asia, and U.S. retailers shipping merchandise ahead of the new vessel alliance deployments that began this month. For the first quarter of 2017, cargo has increased 10 percent compared to 2016.

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“We are pleased to end the first quarter of 2017 with strong volumes and continually efficient cargo handling operations,” said Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka. “We continue to earn the confidence of shippers and are encouraged by the strength of our supply chain partners. In the coming months, we will remain laser focused on infrastructure improvements, technology solutions, and a strategic use of resources to ensure that we meet the needs of our marine terminal customers and the carriers they serve.”

March 2017 container volumes of 788,524 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) increased 29 percent compared to the March 2016 volumes of 612,863 TEUs. The Port’s most recent five-year average of March container volumes is 646,724, and this year’s volumes represent a 22 percent increase over the five-year average. March 2017 imports jumped 30 percent to 373,549 TEUs compared to the previous year. Exports increased 20 percent to 191,772 TEUs. Total loaded volumes of 565,321 TEUs increased 27 percent compared to the previous year. Empty containers grew 34 percent to 223,203 TEUs.

Provided statistic breakdowns include annual and monthly container counts (in TEUs1) dating back to 1995. Container counts for years 1980-1994 are provided in calendar year totals only. For more information, contact the Port’s Media Relations Division at (310) 732-0430.

The following table lists container counts (TEUs) for the previous month. Statistics for the recorded month are released on or around the 15th day of the following month.

For general port industry statistics, visit the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA)website.

March

2017
2016
Change
Percent Change
Loaded Inbound2 373,548.95 287,231.25 86,317.70 30.05%
Loaded Outbound3 191,771.75 159,362.50 32,409.25 20.34%
Total Loaded 565,320.70 446,593.75 118,726.95 26.59%
Total Empty 223,203.00 166,269.45 56,933.55 34.24%
Total 788,523.70 612,863.20 175,660.50 28.66%
Calendar Year 20174
(to date)
2,240,544.40 2,030,982.65 209,561.75 10.32%
Fiscal Year 20175 6,963,751.30 6,287,919.55 675,831.75 10.75%
1TEUs = Twenty-foot equivalent units, a standardized maritime industry measurement used when counting cargo containers of varying lengths.
2Inbound = Imported containers.
3Outbound = Exported containers.
4Calendar Year Total for 2017
5Fiscal Year = July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017.

Historical TEU Statistics (by calendar year; includes monthly data)

Click on the desired year to view a statistical breakdown. Monthly breakdowns prior to calendar year 1995 are unavailable.

2010s

2000s

1990s

1980s

2010 7.8 million TEUs 2000 4.9 million TEUs 1990 2.1 million TEUs 1980 633,000 TEUs
2011 7.9 million TEUs 2001 5.2 million TEUs 1991 2.0 million TEUs 1981 476,000 TEUs
2012 8.1 million TEUs 2002 6.1 million TEUs 1992 2.3 million TEUs 1982 606,000 TEUs
2013 7.9 million TEUs 2003 7.1 million TEUs 1993 2.3 million TEUs 1983 734,000 TEUs
2014 8.3 million TEUs 2004 7.3 million TEUs 1994 2.5 million TEUs 1984 908,000 TEUs
2015 8.2 million TEUs 2005 7.5 million TEUs 1995 2.5 million TEUs 1985 1.1 million TEUs
2016 8.8 million TEUs 2006 8.5 million TEUs 1996 2.7 million TEUs 1986 1.3 million TEUs
2017 year in progress 2007 8.4 million TEUs 1997 2.9 million TEUs 1987 1.6 million TEUs
2008 7.8 million TEUs 1998 3.4 million TEUs 1988 1.7 million TEUs
2009 6.7 million TEUs 1999 3.8 million TEUs 1989 2.1 million TEUs
 

Source: Port Of Losangeles

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