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West Basin Container Terminal
The dock, which covers approximately 300 acres and features four berths, is competent in managing more than 1 million vessel lifts in a given year and provides unparalleled customer service.
WBCT includes 15 post Panamax ships to the shore cranes, 38 top handlers, 21 transtainers, and more than 170 yards of hustlers within its fleet. With its partnership with the UP and Railroads, WBCT provides an all-service On Dock Rail operation that provides service to more than 25 inland locations.
WBCT container tracking utilizes sophisticated procedures and the latest terminal technology to ensure an excellent level of service for all terminals. The Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) and Optical Character Readers (OCR) as well as Differential Global Positioning Systems (DGPS) are just a few examples of WBCT terminal technology. They create a tracking system that permits WBCT to guarantee unbeatable inventory reliability when paired with the terminal Operating System (TOS).
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A faster turnaround time, greater visibility into inventory levels, and more time spent on the most important thing, i.e., customer’s experience, resulting from this integrity.
The West Basin Container Terminal’s Marine Department has the experience and know-how to meet clients’ changing needs.
In 2016, WBCT served 211 ships at the Port of Los Angeles, making up 15% of the containerized cargo. In addition, they run one of the best and most secure cargo terminals within the Port and keep a high production standard.
Furthermore, they ensure that their client’s products are efficiently and safely transported. WBCT has also been a pioneer in the area of environmental responsibility. The vessels berthing at 100 and 102 berths can connect to AMP stations and eliminate the need for ships to run their generators when they are berthing.
WBCT utilizes an advanced gateway system to offer a complete service for In and out for all container – cargo types that use containers. The system integrates OCR along with Weigh in Motion (WIM) and other technologies to record data on the box, vehicle, and chassis.
For WBCT, the security of the facility is paramount. Through the years of working together to ensure the security of the terminal and secure, they have built strong relations with federal authorities. The Yard Operation department is in charge of receiving and shipping cargo containers to trucks coming through the terminal’s entry point in a secure and efficient way.
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The Yard operations department is responsible for determining the space and equipment to maintain the terminal’s efficiency together with various departments at the terminal.
They are accountable for ensuring the safety of workers, subcontractors, contractors, and customers of West Basin Container Terminal.
Their safety policies are based on the concept of Zero Harm and the belief that everyone can safely go home following a long day working. Their staff is based at WBCT, which allows drivers to talk to a trained professional directly if they have any questions or issues arise in returning and delivering their containers (s). They aim to provide rapid, thorough service and a high priority on security.
WBTC Tracking system is an excellent convenience for customers looking to track the status of their shipment. Just type in the WBCT Terminal Tracking number or Bill of Lading Number / Booking Reference Number in the online tracking system to monitor and track the status of your shipment, your cargo’s progress, and any other delivery information instantly.
2050 John S. Gibson Blvd.
San Pedro CA, 90731
Corporate Office Address
111 West Ocean Blvd. Suite 1610
Long Beach, CA. 90802