Featured Member: Port of Stockton

  • by BPC Staff
  • on June 7, 2018

The Port of Stockton is an inland facility in the extended San Francisco Bay Area.  The Port consists of two terminals (East and West), totaling over 2,000 acres.  With 15 berths, over 7 million square feet of warehouse space, nine waterside transit sheds and over 600 acres available for development, “congestion” is a foreign word here.  Served by the Central California Traction Co and connecting to both the BNSF and UP, the Port has over 70 miles of track.  The Port is adjacent to uncongested highways – I-5, CA-4 and CA-99, and is a short drive to I-80 and I-580 – to move your cargo quickly throughout the region.  With two Liebherr 550 Mobile Harbor Cranes and reinforced docks, the Port can handle some of the largest projects, either direct to rail or truck.

The Port prides itself on the diversity of our cargo mix – from steel to fertilizer, molasses to windmill components, the Port has seen it all.


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