Port of Stockton

Port of Stockton

Port of Stockton (Calif.) news and analysis. Get the latest news about Port of Stockton (Calif.) and the container shipping & maritime industry.

Cranes at the Port of Stockton
08 Aug 2014
A weekly container-on-barge service between the California ports of Stockton and Oakland will end Sept. 1, dealing a blow the creation of a U.S. marine highway network by ending one of the three inland waterway container services.
Barge
14 May 2014
Meat and produce exporters looking to bypass California’s 22-metric-ton weight limit on over-the-road shipments soon may be able to ship overweight containers to the Port of Oakland by barge.
M-580 is expected to initially eliminate 200 trucks from I-580.
08 Nov 2013
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration has announced the opening Marine Highway M-580, also known as the California Green Trade Corridor...
container on barge operation at Port of Stockton, Calif.
13 May 2013
Officials at the Port of Stockton, Calif., hope to see barge service start May 16, several years after winning federal funds to build a marine highway connecting it and the Port of Oakland.
05 Apr 2013
The Port of Stockton’s seven-member board of commissioners in California has elected Stephen Griffen as chairman. He was also re-elected to the board by Stockton City Council members.
14 Mar 2013
The Port of Stockton, Calif., has selected SSA Marine to manage its terminal for the new M-580 Highway Corridor service.
15 Nov 2012
Officials at the Port of Stockton planned a festive celebration last month to mark the beginning o
27 Jun 2012
Stockton is poised to become the largest U.S. city ever to declare bankruptcy, but the city’s legal filing will have no effect on operations or financing at the Port of Stockton.
12 Dec 2011
Next February, Todd Lush will be among the first customers of a new marine highways venture by the Port of Stockton, Calif., when weekly container-on-barge service begins to the Port of Oakland.
05 Dec 2011
A new container-on-barge service between the ports of Stockton and Oakland, Calif., will give shippers the opportunity to save money by moving containers that are too heavy for highway transit, said S
09 May 2011
In the heady export days of 2007, more than a million metric tons of bagged rice was exported through Northern California’s Port of Stockton.
27 Oct 2010
The Northern California ports of Oakland, Stockton and West Sacramento broke ground on the state's Green Trade Corridor, a project that will reduce pollution and help to relieve traffic congestion by