Cargoland

Cargoland

28 min

Go behind the gates of America’s largest port complex for an intimate and unflinching look at the lives riding the waves of supply and demand.

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A true old-timer just keeps dancing, even in the face of uncertain change. CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE.

Harold Ericsson recalls one hot day unloading steel from deep in the bottom of a ship, when all of the sudden someone offered him an ice cold Manhattan.

Spend a day in the unpredictable life of a casual worker, a freelance longshoreman who must rack up enough hours to reach union status.

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are facing new technology to handle the challenges of staying competitive.

As ships get bigger, a pilot’s job gets more difficult.

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