The Harbor Association

The Harbor Association of Industry & Commerce (HAIC) was established in 1975 to be a collective voice and advocate for the harbor business community.

HAIC is a non-profit industrial and commercial trade association which serves as a united voice on trade, transportation, energy, environmental and land-use issues affecting the South Bay and harbor business communities.

The heart of HAIC is its committees which monitor legislation, provide a forum for industrial and government speakers.

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Membership & Benefits

  • Networking opportunities with industry leaders and elected officials
  • Monthly meetings on current issues
  • Active participation in program planning through committee involvement
  • Advertising and sponsorship opportunities at special events
  • Immediate release of important and vital information through emails and newsletters and advocacy on issues affecting the harbor business community on the local, state and national level



  • Sacramento

    Monday March 31, 2014

    HAIC board members Richard Jenkins, 2nd Vice President Jesse Urquidi, President John Cruikshank, Assemblymember Travis Allen and Immediate Past President Scott Kurtz during the recent Sacramento...

  • Scholarships 2013

    Friday November 15, 2013

    HAIC presents student scholarships and donates to the International Seafarers Center of Long Beach-Los Angeles On November 7 and November 14 HAIC presented $500 scholarship checks to three students...

  • Three Months Free Membership

    Monday September 9, 2013

    Join Before September 25th and Receive 15 Months Membership Now is the time to join the Harbor Association of Industry & Commerce (HAIC). HAIC serves as a united voice on trade, transportation, energy,...


HAIC supports educational opportunities for students in both Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

The Association has scholarships available for senior high school students ranging from $250 - $1,000.

Past recipients include students from Phineas Banning High, Carson Senior High, Port of Los Angeles, Long Beach Polytechnic High Woodrow Wilson Classical High, Mary Star of the Sea, Lakewood High Schools

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