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Consent Calendar Pickings: July 19, 2016

This week’s Oakland City Council meeting has quite a packed agenda with what is likely hours upon hours of public comment. Thankfully, that’s just the non-consent portion of the agenda. 141 more words

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Steamship Sunday - Matson, McLean and Containerization

In August of 1958, Matson’s Hawaiian Merchant carried 20 containers from Alameda/Oakland, California to Hawaii, the first containerized cargo run in the Pacific.

In last Sunday’s post about the… 2,832 more words

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Shipping Volume At Port Of Oakland Points To Export Rally

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Port of Oakland officials said that an export rally might be underway as containerized export volume is up 19.9 percent this year over 2015. 135 more words

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Labor Dispute Closes Terminal At Port Of Oakland

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – A labor dispute at the Port of Oakland has closed one of its five terminals Monday morning, a port spokesman said. 117 more words

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Port-a-purty!

If you live in the Bay Area, you’ve seen the cranes countless times across the San Francisco Bay. It’s almost like a trademark. 152 more words

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Giant Cargo Ship Makes Early Morning Arrival

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The largest container ship to ever berth in North America made an early return visit to the Port of Oakland Thursday. 289 more words

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Port Of Oakland's Second-Largest Terminal Operator Files For Bankruptcy

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The operator of the Port of Oakland’s second-largest terminal filed for bankruptcy Monday. The filing comes less than two weeks after the operator suddenly announced ceasing operations about seven years into a 50-year lease. 467 more words

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