When people say the Port of Long Beach is long on logistics advantages, they’re not exaggerating.
Together with the Port of Los Angeles, this busy international gateway handles approximately 40% of all inbound U.S. ocean containers -- all while offering easy access to a vast land transportation network and huge consumer market.
Want to know more about the merits of using a Long Beach warehouse in order to get your products to market? The numbers tell the story.
Square feet of warehousing and fulfillment space in the combined markets of Los Angeles County, Orange County and the Inland Empire. This includes the space offered by 3PLs like Amware Fulfillment.
Residents of Los Angeles County, which is home to the Port of Long Beach. When you add the additional 10 million people who live in other parts of Southern California, it makes the area one of the country’s largest consumer markets and, therefore, an ideal hub for same-day delivery.
Tons of cargo that flow through Southern California each day.
Southern California professionals who work in the logistics field.
Approximate number of businesses that operate in Los Angeles County.
Los Angeles County personnel who work at UPS or Fed Ex. The two companies are among the area’s largest employers.
Percentage of the world’s largest freight forwarders who have a presence in Southern California.
Miles between the Port of Long Beach and Carson, California – home to a 100,000-square-foot Amware fulfillment center. This proximity reduces expensive drayage costs, which are based partially on mileage.
Major freeways (110, 405, 91, 710 and 105) and interstates (I-5 and I-10) that are minutes from Long Beach. The area is also close to two major railways that are easily accessible via the 20-mile-long Alameda Corridor.