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Ports : Port of Stockton is the 4th largest port in California

Handles dry bulk, breakbulk, liquid bulk and project cargoes and governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners

Located in the fertile San Joaquin Valley, the Port of Stockton, a public agency, is in an ideal position for domestic and international distribution. The Port is situated in the hub of four major freeways, two transcontinental railroads, an international waterway and a regional airport, and it boasts first class warehouse storage and handling facilities for both dry and liquid bulk materials, facilities and equipment to handle break-bulk and containerized cargoes by land or sea.

The Port of Stockton is an inland facility situated on a deep-water channel located in the extended San Francisco Bay Area. Operating since 1933, the Port of Stockton is the 4th largest port in California and handles dry bulk, breakbulk, liquid bulk and project cargoes. The Port is served by both the BNSF and UP, with the Central California Traction Company providing switching services on the Port’s belt line. Services offered by the Port and its tenants include stevedoring, warehousing, inventory management and transloading.


The Port is governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners; four commissioners are appointed by the City of Stockton and three commissioners appointed by San Joaquin County. The Board establishes policies under which the Port’s staff, supervised by the Port Director, conducts its daily operations. 

The Port of Stockton Commissioners are appointed officers identified in Government Code Section 87200 and file statements of economic interests with the Secretary to the Board of Port Commissioners. Copies of the statements of economic interests filed by the Port’s appointed officers may be obtained by visiting the office of the Secretary to the Board at the Port’s Administrative Building, 2201 W. Washington Street, Stockton, CA  95203 during normal business hours.

Metro Ports is excited to be working together with the Port of Stockton and Nation Carbon Technologies on this successful vessel loading operation that will further our goals of sustainable and renewable exports from California ports to Asian markets,” said Chief Commercial Officer, Brian Johnson. “The logistics required close coordination between Metro Ports, key Port staff, and other Port stakeholders, all working together for a safe and efficient operation. Metro Ports has been providing stevedoring and maritime services in California since 1923, which provides vital family-wage jobs for the California economy.”

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