Southern California Logistics: Surviving COVID, Preparing for the Future

Personal Enrichment Course

The Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are gateways to a global marketplace. International trade, the availability of logistics and trade-related jobs, and public policies related to port operations directly affect our communities and businesses, as well as our regional and national economies. The initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global supply chains and logistics infrastructures has added pressures on cargo lulls, surges, and bottlenecks at port terminals. This affects drayage operations, freight corridors, and warehousing and distribution facilities.

What lessons have we learned, and how will Southern California logistics service providers prepare for the post-pandemic and post-election future? This course aims to answer those questions and more.