Port of Long Beach

Port of Long Beach electrification

Port of Long Beach moves to Zero-Emission

SSA terminals, with the help of Southern California Edison, commenced the Long Beach Port electrification program over a year ago to transition from diesel and fossil fuels to hydrogen, ultra-low emission renewable natural gas, and electric-powered cargo handling equipment. Total Transportation Services (TTSI) is participating in the project with our 9 liter near-zero hybrid trucks. The project tests 25 zero-emission…
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New Clean Engine Technology Servicing The Ports Of Los Angeles Or Long Beach

Total Transportation Services (TTSI), one of the nation’s leading port drayage companies, has taken delivery of 20 Volvo and 20 Freightliner Class 8 trucks all equipped with the new Cummins ISX12N Natural Gas engines.  This is the largest single purchase to date of this new clean engine technology of any fleet servicing the Ports of Los Angeles or Long Beach. …
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TTSI/HLT and AGL

Friday March 29, 2019 HLT (TTSI sister company) brought a fully functional electric tractor to the Global Logistics event at Cabrillo High School. This tractor has been tested in conjunction with Transpower for over a year under real-world application. The Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics at Cabrillo High School (AGL), is a partnership with the Long Beach…
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TTSI reviews the Cummins Near-Zero emissions engines Port of Los Angeles

Renewable Natural Gas Power at the Port of Los Angeles with Cummins Near-Zero emissions engines. Victor La Rosa Jr., equipment and safety coordinator for Total Transportation Services, discusses the engines’ power, impact on the environment, and the future of trucking at the Port. Victor La Rosa reviews the Cummins Near-Zero emissions engines at the Port of Los Angeles, Long Beach,…
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Near-zero emission truck in Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles Near-Zero Emission Trucks Deployed in Busy Port Complex

In the past week, 3 articles published discussions on the near-zero emission trucks technology deployed at the Port Complex (Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach). These trucks are using ultra-clean renewable fuel and provide an immediate solution to achieving clean air where it’s needed most. Part of the Clean Air Action Plan formed in 2006, TTSI has been on…
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TTSI Leads the way to Clean Air with Near-Zero Emissions Trucks

With almost a half-trillion dollars worth of goods imported in the US through the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach every year resulting in tens of thousands of short-distance trips made every day, near-zero and zero emissions trucks are essential to cleaning up and sustaining air quality. As a leader in transportation and a steward to the environment, TTSI…
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TTSI Awarded 10 Years of Environmental Excellence

TTSI was awarded for 10 years of environmental excellence from the Green Ports program in Long Beach. California State Legislature, House of Representatives, Long Beach and Los Angeles City Council Members commend TTSI for it’s dedication to environmental stewardship.
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SoCal Ports’ Efficiency Deliberated at CITT Town Hall Meeting

How the efficiency of the Los Angeles/Long Beach port complex affects its competitiveness was the subject of deliberation at a town hall-style meeting on the campus of California State University Long Beach on May 15.  Read Pacific Maritime Article Efficiency and Competitiveness: Securing Cargo and Jobs. Discover how efficiency across the supply chain impacts the region’s economy, affects the community, and…
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What Ports Need to Attract Mega-Ships

Written by Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor JOC LONG BEACH, Calif. — As North American container ports compete fiercely for market share, it’s becoming clear that the winners will be those that reliably and efficiently handle mega-ships on the water and land side of the berths. “Shippers want consistency, reliability and service at a low cost,” Alan McCorkle, senior vice president of…

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