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AUTO TERMINALS

WWL VEHICLE SERVICES AMERICAS INC.
Terminal operator: Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL)
Berths 195-199
There are 129 acres (52 hectares) of land area and 2267 feet (691 metres) of berth length.


CONTAINER TERMINALS


Yang Ming Line (YML)
Berths 126-127
Total berth length is 2000 feet (610 metres) and total land area is 130 (53 hectares). There are five (5) post-Panamax with 50 foot (15 metre) gauge and 40-long-ton (41 metric-ton) main hoist capacity. Other features are: Maintenance and repair facility with road ability and repair bays; power shop; reefer container wash rack, 140-480v and 240-240v reefer plugs. tophandlers; sidehandlers; forklifts, UTRs; bombcarts; and on-dock rail facility.


Trans Pacific Container Service Corp (TRAPAC)
Berths 136-139 and 142
Total berth length is 2050 feet (625 metres), with 1200 feet (366 metres) of secondary berth assignment and total land area is 125 acres (51 hectares). Number of cranes: Five post-Panamax with 100-foot (31 metre) gauge and 40-long-ton (41 metric ton) main hoist capacity. Other features are: 546 reefer plugs (wheels); 48 grounded plugs; three portable generators that maintain an additional 96 plugs; a 28,000 square foot (2601 square metre) maintenance shop; a wash system for the exterior of containers; a wash system for the interior of containers; eight transtainers; six (6) side handlers; and four (4) toplifts.


Stevedoring Services of America Terminals (SSAT)
Berths 206-209
Total berth length is 2180 feet (665 metres) and total land area is 91 acres (37 hectares). Number of cranes: four (4) Panamax with 40 long ton (41 metric ton) main hoist capacity. Other features: Container freight rail-mounted Morgan cranes; maintenance and repair facility; refrigerated container wash rack; empty container handlers; and tophandlers.


Ysen Terminals Inc. (YTI)
Berths 212-225
Total berth length is 5800 feet (1768 metres) and total land area is 185 acres (75 hectares). Number of cranes: Two (2) super-post-Panamax with 100 -foot (31 metre) gauge and 60-long-ton (61 metric ton) main hoist capacity; four (4) post-Panamax with 100 foot (31 metre) gauge and 40 long ton (41 metric ton) capacity; and two (2) Panamax with 50 foot (15 metre) gauge and 40 long ton (41 metric ton) capacity. Other features are: 21,937 square foot (2038 square metre) administration/in-gate building; 23,386 square foot (2173 square metre) maintenance and repair building with 10 bays; 4798 square foot (446 square metre) marine building; 201,600 square foot (18,729 square metre) warehouse; 3300 seeled slots (including 500 reefer plugs); 20 container capacity wash rack system; 10 entry lanes with six scales; four exit lanes; vertical chassis stacking: 42 bays, 756 units; 90 hustlers; eight toplifts; seven sidelifts; five transtainers; and on-dock rail facility.


Evergreen America Corp.
Berths 226-236
Total berth length is 3200 feet (975 metres) and total land area is 162 acres (66 hectares). Number of cranes; Six (6) post-Panamax plus with 100 foot (31 metre) gauge and 50 long ton (51 metric ton) main hoist capacity; and two (2) Panamax with 50 foot (15 metre) gauge and 40 long ton (41 metric ton) main hoist capacity. Other features are: Maintenance and repair facility; refrigerated container wash rack; transtainers; top/side handlers; and on-dock rail facility.


APL Limited
Berths 302-305
Four (4) berths totaling 4000 feet (1219 metres) and total land area is 262 acres (106 hectares). Number of cranes are: 12 electric powered, post-Panamax plus shoreside gantry cranes, 10 rail-mounted intermodal yard gantry cranes and eight transtainers.
Intermodal yard: On-dock rail service accommodates up to 64-five platform doublestack railcars--equivalent to nearby three (3) full trains. Two (2) dedicated lead rail tracks provide flexible entrance/exit point off the main rail line within the Alameda Corridor.
Other features are: Advanced gate complex includes intermodal control tower, 10 inbound and 10 outbound lanes, and an integrated, real-time computer system for vessels, rail and gate operations. Terminal highlights also include a 55,000 square foot (5110 square metre) maintenance and repair facility, 600 refrigerated container plugs and a wash system for the interior/exterior of containers.

 

CHINA SHIPPING CONTAINER TERMINAL
Terminal operator: West Basin Container Terminal LLC
2050 John S. Gibson Blvd., San Pedro, CA 90731
Contact: Mark Wheeler, General Manager
Phone: (310) 519-2333
Website: www.wbctla.com
Land area: 95 acres
Mode of operation: Containerized cargo; wheeled and grounded operation
Total berth length: 2,150’ Berths: 2
Height: 15’ Water depth: 45-53’
Cranes: 8 Super post-Panamax cranes
Terminal features: 9 transtainers; tophandlers; sidehandlers; forklifts; UTRs; bombcarts;
on-dock rail facility
Shipping lines served: China Shipping, Evergreen, Yang Ming, K-Line, Cosco, Hanjin, Zim


BERTHS 401-404
APM TERMINALS/PIER 400 CONTAINER TERMINAL
Terminal operator: APM Terminals
2500 Navy Way, Terminal Island, CA 90731
Contact: Alan McCorkle, Senior Vice President
Phone: (310) 221-4000
Website: www.apmterminals.com
Mode of operation: Containerized cargo; wheeled and grounded
Land area: 484 acres
Total berth length: 7,190’ Berths: 6
Height: 15.2’ Water depth: 55’
Cranes: 14 Super post-Panamax cranes
Terminal features: Administration building; vessel operations building; rail operations building; maintenance and repair facility/multi-purpose dock; on-dock service is designed for 12 loading tracks, each approximately 2,500 feet, and capable of handling eight 305-foot double-stack railcars for a total capacity of 96 railcars; six
adjacent storage tracks, each 6,400 feet, and capable of handling twenty-one 305-
foot double-stack railcars, for a total capacity of 126 railcars; transportation corridor
for rail and highway traffic; three advanced gate complexes with 36 inbound lanes
and 20 outbound lanes; 1,800 refrigerated container plugs
Shipping lines served: Maersk, Horizon Lines Inc.; OOCL, Hapag Lloyd, NYK, Evergreen, CMA-CGM, MSC

BERTHS 405-406
CALIFORNIA UNITED TERMINALS
Terminal operator: California United Terminals
2525 Navy Way, Terminal Island, CA 90731
Contact: George Lang, Chief Operating Officer
Phone: (310) 521-5000
Website: www.shipcut.com
Mode of operation: Containerized cargo; wheeled and grounded
Land area: 91 acres
Total berth length: 2000’ Berths: 1
Height: 15.2’ Water depth: 55’
Cranes: 4 Super post-Panamax cranes
Terminal features: Administration building; vessel operations building; on-dock rail;
advanced gate complexes with 10 inbound lanes and 10 outbound lanes; refrigerated
container plugs
Shipping lines served: Hyundai, APL, MOL

DRY AND LIQUID BULK TERMINALS:


Berths 45-47
This liquid bulk terminal is designed to handle larger-sized crude vessels carrying in excess of one million barrels of ANS and/or imported crude. The facility is located in the outer Los Angeles Harbour, allowing vessels efficient access to the berths. The dock features 12-inch (31 centimetre) and 16-inch (41 centimetre) loading/unloading arms and is capable of flow rates in excess of 25,000 barrels per hour. The maximum draft is 49 feet (15 metres) and length overall is 898 feet (274 metres). .


Berths 70-71
Tankers can be either loaded or unloaded with chemicals, petrochemicals, petroleum products and vegetable oils at this public facility, which has a usable berthing length of 800 feet (244 metres) and depth alongside of 35 feet (11 metres). Located at quayside are 136 storage tanks with a total product storage capacity of 593,000 barrels. In addition to roadway access, the Santa Fe, Union Pacific and Pacific Harbour railroads also serve the terminal.


Berths 118-119
Usable berthing length of 821 feet (250 metres) and depth alongside of 37 feet (11 metres), the facility can accommodate either one large tanker or two smaller vessels or barges simultaneously. GATX uses five pipelines running from the wharf to 14 storage tanks, which have a total product storage capacity of 592,000 barrels. Most petroleum products can be accommodated at the facility, including oxygenates, gasolines, distillates, jet fuels, blendstocks and refinery feedstocks. In addition, the terminal is directly pipeline connected to an additional 4,600,000 barrels of tankage located at GATX's CArson Terminal.


Berth 120
GATX uses Berth 120 to accommodate tankers and barges unloading/loading fuel oils, cutter stocks and bunker fuels. In addition to being pipeline connected to Berths 118-119 for bunkering operations, Berth 120 is also directly pipeline connected to GATX's 410,000 barrel Gaffey Street Terminal. This facility features usable berthing length of 418 feet (122 metres) and depth alongside of 37 feet (11 metres). An LPG swivel boom, petroleum products flex hose and valve connections are used to handle cargo.


Berths 148-151
This liquid bulk terminal is primarily for vessels unloading of partly or fully refined petroleum products to onsite storage tanks. usable berthing lengths totals 1800 feet (549 metres) and depth alongside measures 35 feet (11 metres). A pneumatically operated mast and boom derrick are used to unload cargo.


Berth 164
The berth, which has a total length of 1000 feet (305 metres), includes frontage on Berth 163. The draft is 33 feet (10 metres) alongside. The facility operates round-the-clock, 365 days a year.


Berths 165-166
The facility has a product storage capacity of 35,000 tons (31,752 metric tons) and can transfer cargo to vessels at a rate of up to 1000 metric tons hourly. Maximal berthing length totals 679 feet (207 metres).


Berths 167-169
This liquid bulk terminal has a wharf of 1249 feet (380 metres), usable berthing length of 1310 feet (400 metres), depth alongside of 38 feet (12 metres) and a dolphin. Five (5) derricks, equipped with nine (9) 35-foot (11-metre) booms, are used to handle petroleum. The facility features, eleven (11) storage tanks with a total product storage capacity of 530,000 barrels on a 10-acre (four-hectare) site adjacent to the berths.


Berths 187-190
This liquid bulk terminal features a draft alongside of 45 feet (14 metres), pipeline access, truck-receiving facility and a rail link. The liquid bulk terminal has 83 storage tanks with a total product storage capacity of 2,500,000 barrels.


Berth 191
This is a bulk cement distribution facility. Built to handle up to 1,000,000 tons of cement annually in an 86,000-square-foot (7,990-square-metre) warehouse. Two (2) 250-tons-per-hour (227-metric-tons) (907,185 metric tons) pneumatic Kovako units discharge up to 38,000 tons (34,473 metric tons) of cement from bulk carriers to either the warehouse or silo storage areas.


Berths 210-211
This 22 acre (9 hectare) dry bulk facility handles all grades of ferrous scrap metal. A loader is used to discharge shredded and cut grades of scrap metal into 25,000-tons (22,860-metric-ton) to 33,000-ton (29,937-metric-ton) vessels. The onsite shredder processes approximately 900 tons (816 metric tons) of automobiles and light gauge scrap metal daily. A 2000-ton (1814-metric-ton) onsite shear processes an additional 300 tons(272 metric tons) of unprepared heavy melting steel scrap. The facility's berth has alongside depth of 38 feet (12 metres).


Berths 238-240B
This 17-acre (7 hectare) liquid bulk terminal, is connected by pipeline to a 21-acre (9 hectare) tank farm. With 2621 feet (799 metres) of water frontage, the facility handles tankers and barges transporting crude oil, and finished and semifinished petroleum products. The berths serving tankers and barges have an alongside depth of 35 feet (11 metres).


BREAKBULK TERMINALS


Berths 54-55
Total land area is 11 acres (five hectares) and total berth length is 1340 feet (408 metres). Transit shed capacity is 211,290 square feet (19,630 square metres).


Berths 153-155
Total land area is 13 acres (five hectares) and total berth area is 1720 feet (524 metres). Transit shed capacity is 232,525 square feet (21,602 square metres). Rail access is available.


OMNI TERMINALS


BERTHS 143-146
Total land area is 40 acres (16 hectares) and total berth length is 2100 feet (640 metres). There are three (3) cranes each with 40-long-ton (41-metric-ton) capacity. Transit shed capacity is 201,600 square feet (18,729 metres) and rail access.


Rio Doce Pasha Terminal L.P.
Berths 174-181
Total land area is 40 acres (16 hectares) and total berth length is 3300 feet (1006 metres). There are two (2) cranes each with 40-long-ton (41-metric-ton) capacity. Dock rail access is available. Transit shed capacity is 235,000 square feet (21,832 square metres).


World Cruise Centre
Two (2) berths (Berth Nos. 91/92) combined are 1590 feet (485 metres) long. Berth 93A/93B combined are 1400 feet (485 metres) long. Capacity is two (2) full-size vessels, depending on length. Water depth is 37 feet (11 metres). Width of navigational corridor is 1000 feet (305 metres). Length of concourse is 1103 feet (336 metres). Length of area between dock and concourse structure is 36.5 feet (11 metres). Vertical clearance restrictions is: "The Vincent Thomas Bridge" at 180 feet . Vertical clearance varies with rising/falling of tide. Available services are: bunker fuel; customs house brokers; pilots; port agents; ship chandlers/marine supplies; ship repair; tugboat assistance; warehouse and water.

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