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1980

1980
Long Beach port officials visit the People's Republic of China for the first time following normalization of the United States' relations with China.

1981
China Ocean Shipping Co. (COSCO) inaugurates international shipping, and it makes Long Beach's Pacific Container Terminal its first U.S. port of call.

1982
The Port of Long Beach opens Foreign Trade Zone #50, allowing duty-free manufacturing, storage, repair, testing, exhibition, assembly and labeling of products for U.S. consumption or re-export.

1986
International Transportation Service is the first container terminal in Long Beach and Southern California to operate a dockside rail facility for double-stack container trains.

Long Beach Container Terminal opens an 88-acre facility on Pier F.

Maersk opens an expanded 54-acre container terminal on Pier J.

1987
The Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) opens. Located approximately four miles from the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, the ICTF is operated by the Southern Pacific Railroad.

1988
Construction begins on a 147-acre landfill expansion of Pier J.

1989
The port-sponsored World Trade Center opens on a 13.5-acre parcel in downtown Long Beach.

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