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TTI History

August 1992: TTI established to manage operations in Long Beach.
November 1994: TTI assumes management of Terminal 46 in Seattle.
November 1997: TTI assumes operating at newly built 170 acre Pier A in Long Beach
April 2001: TTI assumes operating at newly built Berth 55 - 56 in Oakland as part of Port of Oakland's Vision 2000 Project.
September 2002: TTI moves into what was the former Long Beach Naval Base, Pier T in Long Beach which at full build out will be 380 acres.
November 2004: Terminal 46 in Seattle completes facility renovation with two berths and adding Super Post Panamax gantry cranes.
December 2005: Long Beach facility completes its first 1,000,000 vessel lift year!
August 2007: Pier T in Long Beach final phase completed reaching full build out of 380 acres.

September 2008:

March 2012:

Long Beach on dock rail handles a record of over 8,000 lifts in one week!

TTI handles MSC Fabiola 14,000 teu vessel, largest in North America!

August 2012:    Pier T in Long Beach sets terminal record with in excess of 9,200 lifts on one vessel. 

December 2012: Pier T handles 10,182 lifts on the MSC Flavia.

February 2013: Hanjin Shipping introduces its first 10,000 teu vessel into the TP trade, the Hanjin Germany calling at TTI Long Beach and Oakland. 

June 15 - 21, 2013: TTI Long Beach handles a record 45,861 vessel lifts and 9,440 on dock rail lifts in one week!

July 19, 2013: TTI Oakland facility ceases operations.

October 2013: TTI on dock rail handles a record 9,824 lifts in one week!

April 25, 2015: TTI takes over Vessel Operations in Long Beach and Seattle

October 8th, 2015: TTI  breaks North American Record working 9 cranes against Hanjin United Kingdom moving 2,285 containers in a single 8 hour shift.

March 2016: TTI starts Crane Heightening Project, lifting 6 Cranes 32 Ft to prepare for larger vessels

January 2017: TIL completes purchase of all outstanding Hanjin Shares, Hyundai joins TTI as Shareholder

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