The Port of Oakland is planning for a future of bigger ships, superior distribution and cleaner air.

As the video clip above says, taller cranes are needed to accommodate the newer class of container ships.  Not only are existing cranes being raised, but even larger cranes are on order.

  • Bigger ships…check.

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The port’s Cool Port, a refrigerated transload facility, and SeaPort Logistics Complex, a dry cargo transload facility, are significant projects aimed at providing shippers with smooth distribution from ship to rail/truck or vice versa.  Cool Port is near completion and SeaPort is breaking ground.

  • Superior distribution…check.

The port is well on its way to achieving its goal of 85 percent reduction in diesel particulates matter.  Despite a 6 percent increase in cargo volumes, diesel particulates are down 81 percent since 2005.

  • Cleaner air…check.

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