GENERAL SERVICES

Overhead view of a boat moving up the channel.Electric Current

At wharves, where current is available for vessel use, 110 volt, single-phase, 60 cycle for lighting and 440 volt, 3-phase, 60 cycle for power. Up to 4,000 amps capability.

Fresh Water

Available at dockside.

Ship Supplies

Available through local Ship Supply Service.

Truck Scales

Public truck scales are available.

Stevedoring

Available through Port of Stockton, Metro Ports, Ports America and Stevedoring Services of America.

Warehouses

Total warehousing capacity is 7.7 million square feet (715,000 sq meters) of covered storage area comprising 53 total on the east and west.

View of the underside of a train.Customs

Customs Inspector’s hours are 0800 – 1700, Tuesday and Thursday.

Security

The Port of Stockton has its own sworn Police Department made up of highly trained and professional officers. The Port Police patrol around the clock seven days a week and are complemented by trained police dogs.

Bunkering

Vessels usually bunker at refineries located in the San Pablo Bay or may receive bunker fuel at Stockton from barge or tanker trucks.

Truck Service

Over 200 truck companies serve the Port, including all major transcontinental carriers.

Railroad Service

Two transcontinental railroads serve the Port: Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe – with reciprocal switching privileges.

Telephones

Public pay phones available at dockside.
Toll-free San Francisco Bay Area –(415) 982-5666
Toll-free within Continental U.S. – (800) 344-3213
Local Phone – (209) 946-0246
FAX (Administration) – (209) 465-7244
FAX (Operations) – (209) 466-5986