| Port of Long Beach - http://www.polb.com |
The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest seaport in the United States and the tenth busiest port in the world. It is the fifth busiest gateway by value when compared with all U.S. freight gateways- land, air, and sea. Trade valued annually at more than $100 billion moves through Long Beach, and the Port has recently initiated a Green Port Policy guiding efforts to minimize the environmental impact of port operations. - [Read more]
| Port of Los Angeles - http://www.portoflosangeles.org/ |
The Port of Los Angeles is located in San Pedro Bay, 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. The Port of Los Angeles is a department of the City of Los Angeles and is often referred to as the Los Angeles Harbor Department. The Port encompasses 7500 acres, 43 miles of waterfront and features 27 cargo terminals, including dry and liquid bulk, container, breakbulk, automobile and omni facilities. - [Read more]
| Port of Oakland - http://www.portofoakland.com/ |
The Port of Oakland occupies 19 miles of waterfront on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, with about 900 acres devoted to maritime activities and another 2,600 acres devoted to aviation activities- primarily Oakland International Airport. The Port of Oakland owns, manages and markets seaport facilities on San Francisco Bay and the Oakland Estuary. The seaport ranks among the top 4 in the nation and 20 in the world in terms of annual container traffic. - [Read more]
| Port of Sacramento - http://www.portofsacramento.com |
The Port of Sacramento is an inland port located 79 nautical miles northeast of San Francisco, and is centered in one of the richest agricultural and industrial regions in the world. Cargo ships access the Port of Sacramento through San Francisco Bay and passage up the Sacramento River and the Sacramento deep water channel. The ship channel is 43 miles (69 km) long and its project depth is 30 feet (9.1 meters). The Port of Sacramento is used for the export of bagged and bulk rice. Construction materials such as cement, lumber and fertilizer make up a great deal of the Port's cargo volume. The Port is also used for the importation of - [Read more]
| Port of San Diego - http://www.portofsandiego.org/ |
The Port of San Diego is a government entity that manages San Diego Harbor, and administers the public lands along San Diego Bay, a large natural harbor surrounded by the cities of San Diego, Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach and National City. - [Read more]
| Port of San Francisco - http://www.sfport.com |
The Port of San Francisco lies on the western edge of the San Francisco Bay at the Golden Gate, and is one of the great natural harbors in the world. The Port’s operating portfolio is composed of over 550 ground, commercial, retail, office, industrial and maritime industrial leases, including many internationally recognized landmarks such as Fisherman’s Wharf, PIER 39, the Ferry Building, and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants baseball team. - [Read more]
| Port of Stockton - http://www.portofstockton.com |
Located on the Stockton Deepwater Ship Channel, 75 nautical miles (120 km) due east of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Port of Stockton, California, owns and operates a diversified and major transportation center that encompasses a 2000-acre (809 hectares) operating area.
The Port has berthing space for 17 vessels, 1.1 million square feet (102,000 sq. meters) of dockside transit sheds and shipside rail trackage, 7.7 million square feet (715,000 sq. meters) of warehousing for both dry bulk and general cargoes, including steel. Each warehouse is also served by rail.
Stockton's deepwater channel has an average depth of 37 feet (11 meters) - [Read more]