Port of Oakland breaks ground on trade and logistics center

11/6/2013 | Journal of Commerce, The

California's Port of Oakland has broken ground on part of a $1.2 billion project to redevelop what was once the Oakland Army Base. This step involves building a new trade and logistics center that will have intermodal rail service to support import, export and transshipment capabilities. Port officials said eventually more cold-storage and logistics facilities will be added. The redevelopment work is a public-private partnership.

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