pic_location_renoMark your calendar for Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Two executives from the Port of Oakland, Chris Lytle, Executive Director, and John Driscoll, Director of Maritime, will be in Reno to address the opportunities and benefits the port provides to the Northern Nevada as well as the challenges being faced and addressed by the port.

We will follow up with more details, and we look forward to seeing you there.
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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.

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