Welcome to the home of the highly anticipated Middle Harbor Terminal in the Port of Long Beach.
LBCT‘s Pier E facility opened in April of 2016 and is scheduled to reach construction completion in late 2019. LBCT is proud to operate in the Port of Long Beach and will be a working partner with the port for years to come. LBCT has berth 22 through 26 featuring 4200’ feet of wharf line and the deepest dredged dockside of any U.S. Pacific Coast port. Pier E at LBCT will eventually run 14 Ship to Shore cranes, 5 Intermodal cranes, and 70 yard gantry cranes. The Pier E facility will be among the busiest terminals in the San Pedro Bay Port complex.
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LBCT has a long history as a world leader in dedicated container handling expertise.
Long Beach Container Terminal was completed and opened to the public in 1986. It is currently comprised of 105 acres and eight structures. The terminal is located adjacent to a deep water turning basin on Pier F (formerly known as Pier A), Berths 6 through 10 features 2700 feet of berth line with a minimum 55-foot water depth alongside the dock, the deepest dredged dockside of any U.S. Pacific Coast port.