Oakland International Container Terminal

Oakland, California
Oakland International Container Terminal provides stevedoring services for 20 shipping lines serving Asia, Europe and Central America. The terminal handles approximately 100 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.

Specifications and services

Location: Inner harbor at the Port of Oakland. (37°47’53.31″ N, 122°18’57.99″ W)

Size: 284 acres / 114.9 hectares

Water Depth: 50 feet / 15.2 meters

Berths & Length: 5 berths plus secondaries, measuring 6,001 feet / 1,829 meters

Cranes: 10 ZPMC 65-ton post-Panamax cranes

Truck Lanes & Scales: East Gate – 12 inbound (6 reversible), 8 outbound, 11 scales; West Gate – 10 inbound, 8 outbound, 10 scales

Reefer Services: 798 plugs (East), 623 plugs (West), 440V

Rail Services: Directly to the north is the Joint Intermodal Facility (JIT) for near-dock train operations, serviced by the BNSF and UP railroads

Highway Access: 1 mile to I-880 north or south and I-80 east or west, 2 miles to I-580.

Cargos / Commodities Handled:

  • Container
  • Heavy Lift available

Other facility facts

Heavy Lift Service: 100LT maximum lift

Automated Availability:

  • Website: http://b58.tideworks.com/forecast
  • Tel: 510-433-1810
  • Appointments are scheduled through www.emodal.com