Congratulations Port of Oakland!!!

 

The Port of Oakland celebrated its 90th Anniversary last month, but they are not resting on their laurels. They have big plans for 2017 and beyond.  The port is investing in a refrigerated cargo facility, expansion of the TraPac terminal and raising cranes at SSA to accommodate mega-ships. 

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Take a look at the video above.  It showcases the past 90 years in 90 seconds.

 

The port has been around almost as long as Devine.  We started in 1923 and are 94 years young.

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PORT OF OAKLAND CLOSED TODAY

The terminals in Oakland are closed today, May 1st. Traditionally, the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) shifts its standard, third Thursday of the month, second shift, stop-work meeting to the dayside on May 1st to honor International Workers' Day....

ALL HANDS ON DECK

The Port of Oakland is bringing back free harbor tours for the summer and fall. The tours will run May through October. Click here for the full schedule, ticketing and more information. It is a great opportunity to see the supply chain in action...and it is free.

MOVING ON

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IN THE OTHER CORNER, RENO

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