About the Oakland Seaport

The Oakland Seaport (Seaport) is comprised of approximately 1,300 acres of maritime-related facilities, including approximately 780 acres of marine terminals. The Seaport is one of the 10 busiest container ports in the United States (U.S.), and one of four major gateways for containerized shipments on the West Coast of the U.S. It serves as the principal ocean gateway for international containerized cargo shipments to and from Northern California, California’s agricultural Central Valley, and western Nevada. The Seaport is also a key gateway for the “Intermountain States” including western Colorado and Utah. In CY 2023, approximately 2.07 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) moved through the Seaport. Approximately 92% of this activity was associated with international trade, while the remaining eight percent represented domestic trade within the U.S.