almond-bloom-w-truck-005-corrected-copyThe Port of Oakland’s export numbers jumped 10 percent since October 2015.  The primary contributing factor is an increase in agricultural shipments, specifically a 30 percent rise in exports of edible fruits and nuts.

The Port of Oakland has always had a more balanced mix of imports and exports.  Exports account for 52 percent of the port’s business with farm products contributing 40 percent of Oakland’s exports.
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