Contact InformationJim Rice
1717 Middle Harbor Road
1999 Middle Harbor Road
2505 Middle Harbor Road
Specifications and ServicesOakland International Container Terminal provides stevedoring services for 20 shipping lines serving Asia, Europe and Central America. The terminal handles approximately 74 vessel calls each month, discharging and loading predominantly containerized cargo. Oversize and heavy lift cargo can also be handled, including non-containerized cargo such as yachts.
Location: Inner harbor at the Port of Oakland. Situated on the site of the former Naval Supply Center.
Size: 270 acres
Water Depth: 50 feet
Berths: 5 plus secondaries
Total Berthing Length: 6,000 feet
Cranes: 10 ZPMC 65-ton post-Panamax cranes
Rail Services: Directly to the north is the Joint Intermodal Transfer Facility (JIT) for near-dock train operations. Serviced by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific (UP) railroads. No on-dock rail.
Reefer Services: 798 reefer plugs (East), 606 reefer plugs (West) 440V
Highway Access: 1 mile to I-880 north or south and I-80 east or west. 2 miles to I-580.
Scales: 21 total scales, located in the inbound truck lanes
Heavy Lift Service: 100LT maximum lift
OICT East Gate: 1999 Middle Harbor Rd. at the intersection of Maritime St.
OICT West Gate: 2505 Middle Harbor Rd. at the intersection of Maritime St.
From San Francisco on the Bay Bridge:
From the north on I-80W:
From the south on I-880N: