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Cargo Containers Tumble Into Water At Port Of Oakland

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Divers and salvage crews probed the 50-foot depth of the Port of Oakland Friday for 10 massive empty cargo containers that tumbled off a freighter into the water. 303 more words

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Port of Oakland Pushes Ships to Plug-in to Shore Power to Reduce Pollution

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Port of Oakland officials said Friday they are encouraging more vessels to plug into the power grid while berthed to reduce emissions. 248 more words

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Port Of Oakland Sets All-Time Record For Imports In June

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – The Port of Oakland set an all-time import record for the month of June last month, port officials announced Monday.

Last month, the port handled the equivalent of 80,253 full 20-foot import containers. 109 more words

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Container Yard Fire at Port of Oakland Extinguished

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Oakland firefighters used foam and water to extinguish a fire that raged in a hydraulic lift in the Port of Oakland yard Saturday night, a battalion chief said Sunday. 161 more words

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Port of Oakland workers walk off job after noose found on property

OAKLAND (BCN) —¬†Longshoremen at one of the Port of Oakland’s four active marine terminals have returned to work after walking off the job this morning in response to nooses that were found on the property in recent weeks, port officials said. 276 more words

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Nooses Found At Port Of Oakland Lead To Longshoremen Walkout

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Longshoremen 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. 254 more words

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West Coast Dockworkers To Vote On Labor-Peace Deal At S.F. Meeting

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Dockworkers were given the chance Friday to vote on a new contract extension that could provide long-term labor peace at West Coast seaports, where in recent years work slowdowns and strikes have affected billions of dollars in cargo. 338 more words

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