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Port of Oakland operating income up 4.1 percent in FY 2019

Oakland, Calif. – Sept. 27, 2019: Operating income at the Port of Oakland increased 4.1 percent in Fiscal Year 2019, according to figures released today.  The Port reported operating income of $66 million for the year on operating revenue of $397 million.  The Port said its operating income was at an all-time high. FY 2019… Read More

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Tens of thousands of visitors expected at Eat Real Festival

Oakland, Calif. – September 18, 2019: The annual Eat Real Festival returns to the Port of Oakland’s Jack London Square for two days of feasting on specialty foods. Tens of thousands of visitors will attend this year’s largest event at the Oakland waterfront. The festival is family-friendly and features cooking demonstrations by Bay Area chefs,… Read More

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Port of Oakland retired boss Chris Lytle gets lifetime honor

Long Beach, Calif. – Sept. 18, 2019: Port of Oakland retired Executive Director Chris Lytle received one of the shipping industry’s top honors here this week.  The Containerization and Intermodal Institute presented him its Lifetime Achievement Award for a 53-year maritime career.  The recognition came during the Institute’s annual Connie Awards banquet. Mr. Lytle, 73,… Read More

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Port of Oakland refrigerated exports jump 20 percent in past year

Oakland, Calif. – September 16, 2019:  Refrigerated export volume has grown 20 percent here in the past year, the Port of Oakland said today. The increase could indicate that the Port’s strategic bet on temperature-controlled cargo is paying off. The Port said it handled 119,756 20-foot containers of refrigerated exports from August 2018 through July… Read More

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Port of Oakland opens peak season with cargo volume growth

Oakland, Calif. – Sept. 12, 2019: Peak season has begun at the Port of Oakland with growth in containerized cargo volume.  The Port reported today that import loads increased 3.1 percent last month compared to August 2018.  Exports rose 1 percent.  Empty container shipments declined 14 percent. The Port said it handled the equivalent of 88,323… Read More

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