NEW PORT ACCESS

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MARINE HIGHWAY

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OWL CAMS

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WELCOME TO THE PORT OF STOCKTON

Located in the fertile San Joaquin Valley, the Port of Stockton 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.

Situated in the hub of four major freeways, two transcontinental railroads, an international waterway and a regional airport, the Port of Stockton is centrally located to provide the optimum service for shipment and storage of product and cargo.

All of these components place the Port in an ideal position for domestic and international distribution.


PORT NEWS

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

STOCKTON — At least one of the eggs in the Port of Stockton’s new “owl cam” has hatched, and you can watch baby snuggling with mama live (if she’ll permit it). Port officials posted the first screen-shot image of the baby barn owl on Monday. This morning, a broken egg […]

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Monday, March 3rd, 2014
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Sunday, February 23rd, 2014

STOCKTON – The Port of Stockton has been growing and changing in recent years, beefing up its infrastructure with improvements to its rail connections, bridges and, last year, the launching of a new Marine Highway connecting Stockton to Oakland. But investment in the port, both public and private, is expected […]

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PRESS RELEASES

Monday, June 10th, 2013

June 10, 2013 Port of Stockton Offers Free Boat Tours The Port of Stockton has announced that it will be offering free, two-hour boat tours of the Port’s facilities this summer as part of its 80th Anniversary Celebration. “More than $1 billion of cargo crosses our docks every year, and […]

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Public-private partnership adds 5,825 feet of rail to port’s overall capacity

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Stockton, CA, August 11, 2005 – A location 75 nautical miles due east of San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge hardly seems the ideal location for a seaport.