Port Of Oakland Sets All-Time Record For Imports In JuneOakland port officials said June's import volume increased 5.1 percent over the same period a year ago.
Container Yard Fire at Port of Oakland ExtinguishedOakland firefighters used foam and water to extinguish a fire that raged in a hydraulic lift in the Port of Oakland yard Saturday night.
Nooses Found At Port Of Oakland Lead To Longshoremen WalkoutLongshoremen at one of the Port of Oakland's four active marine terminals have returned to work after walking off the job Thursday morning in response to nooses that were found on the property in recent weeks, port officials said.
West Coast Dockworkers To Vote On Labor-Peace Deal At S.F. MeetingWest Coast seaports could get long-term labor peace if dockworkers approve a new contract extension.
West Oakland Air Pollution Concerns Prompt Civil Rights ComplaintA civil rights complaint alleges air pollution from diesel emissions at the Port of Oakland disproportionately impacts communities of color.
Port of Oakland to Buy $8.9 Million in Solar PowerThe port will buy about 11,000 megawatt hours of solar-generated electricity from a solar farm in Lancaster.
Trapped, Injured Longshoreman Rescued At Port Of OaklandFire officials said an injured and trapped longshoreman was rescued Sunday afternoon from a container ship at the Port of Oakland.
Port Of Oakland Touts Reduction Of Diesel EmissionsDiesel emissions at the Port of Oakland have declined dramatically since 2005, the result of a concerted effort by the port to improve air quality in neighboring communities, port officials said Friday.
Empty Containers Pile Up At Port Of Oakland After Korean Shipper's BankruptcyCargo containers from bankrupt Korean shipping company Hanjin are stacking up at the Port of Oakland.
Port Of Oakland Eases Truck Traffic With Night OperationsThe Port of Oakland says it’s a lot better than it used to be now that an experimental night operation is now permanent.
New Shipping Route Could Result In More Jobs At Port Of OaklandA shipping route linking China, Vietnam and the U.S. will begin making weekly stops at the Port of Oakland in November, adding an additional 50 annual vessel arrivals to the port, port officials announced Tuesday.
West Coast Ports Turning Away Hanjin Tankers After Shipper Declares BankruptcyA major mover of cargo into West Coast ports has declared bankruptcy and now their tankers are getting turned away.