LAX Receives Harbor Trucking Association Performance Awards

A medal for you

Los Angeles, Calif. – March 5, 2020 – TraPac, LLC (TraPac), which operates container terminals in the U.S. ports of Los Angeles, Oakland, and also manages a container terminal in Jacksonville has been awarded Most Improved and Fastest Terminal Awards at DrayTech 2020 presented by Harbor Trucking Association. TraPac ranked first in both the fastest terminal category and most improved category for Los Angeles.

To rate the seven marine terminals in the port of Los Angeles, the Harbor Trucking Association calculated terminal turn-time averages using third-party data provided by GeoStamp. GeoStamp collects data via API web services and a custom GeoStamp mobile application.

“We are very pleased to receive these awards from our partners at the Harbor Trucking Association,” said Stephen Edwards, CEO of TraPac LLC. “Our focus on continuous improvement helps us to meet our mission, which is to provide the fastest, most sustainable and efficient service to our partners. We are extremely proud of our employees for this accomplishment and appreciate their efforts to better serve our customers.”

Weston LaBar, chief executive of the Harbor Trucking Association said, “Our drivers increasingly enjoy doing business at TraPac. They can move their containers faster which allows them to make more money. TraPac is setting a new standard for efficiency and trucker engagement and we really appreciate that.” DrayTech 2020 is presented by Harbor Trucking Association in partnership with


About TraPac, LLC

Headquartered in Wilmington, CA., TraPac was established in 1985 to operate a competitive container terminal featuring state-of-the-art technologies and facilities in the Port of Los Angeles. On the U.S. West Coast, TraPac opened the Los Angeles terminal in 1987 and a facility in Oakland in 1990. The Jacksonville terminal was opened in 2009, which is currently owned by TraPac Jacksonville LLC. TraPac manages the Jacksonville terminal on behalf of the owner. TraPac was among the first to make full use of information technology to boost terminal operating efficiency.

About Harbor Trucking Association

Headquartered in Long Beach, CA., Harbor Trucking Association is a is a coalition of intermodal carriers serving America’s West Coast Ports:
Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, Seattle and Tacoma. The purpose is to advocate, educate and promote strategies with other goods movement stakeholders and policy makers that will sustain emission reductions, provide a dialog for intermodal truck efficiency, and to return cargo and jobs to America’s west coast ports.

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