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Published by Port of Stockton, 2021-11-29 21:12:17

2020 AR

PORT OF STOCKTON


2020 ANNUAL REPORT

A GLOBAL PANDEMIC TESTED OUR
OPERATIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS ON EVERY
LEVEL, YET WE PERSEVERED. OUR SINCEREST
THANKS TO OUR BUSINESS AND TRADE
PARTNERS AND DEDICATED EMPLOYEES
FOR RIDING THE WAVES WITH US IN 2020.

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THROUGH DIVERSE OPERATIONS

Despite a turbulent year, the Port of Stockton
carried on the essential movement of goods safely,
responsibly and e ciently, all while preserving
family wage jobs so important to Stockton and the
San Joaquin region.



PORTOFSTOCKTON.COM ABOUT

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OUR VISION

To provide exemplary
service and facilities to our
customers while leading the
maritime industry
in environmental
stewardship.

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MAINTAINING OUR STRIDE THROUGH A GLOBAL PANDEMIC

To say 2020 was a tough year is an the Greenest Ports in the world. We implemented a
understatement, as the COVID-19 pandemic number of initiatives this year including handling
changed our lives worldwide forever. Despite the increased green cargo focused on renewable
challenges that we faced on a personal and global energy, securing zero emissions equipment and
scale, the Port of Stockton continued to thrive with constructing infrastructure at the Port to
a focus on maintaining our core business, partner accommodate and support cleaner growth. The
and trade relations and most importantly our Port increased our community partnerships
employees. Our ability to flex to the uncertain and through our active and ongoing participation in the
ever-changing environment while maintaining AB 617 Steering Committee, a group formed by the
safety at the Port kept our operations moving California Air Resources Board to identify
without slowing down, and ensured the strength monitoring plans and potential projects for reduced
of the supply chain. greenhouse gas emissions. We also kicked o an
important collaboration process with local and
We are proud that this year saw an increase in regional stakeholders to develop our Strategic Plan
ship calls to the Port from 2019 numbers with a that will act as our roadmap for the future.
total of 242 ships and over four million metric tons
of import and export cargo. Our warehouses are These are just a few of our accomplishments
at 100% capacity and we continue to provide over during this unique year with much more included in
10,000, creating ongoing stability for the region. our Annual Report. Thank you for your partnership,
support and interest in the Port of Stockton – hope
Looking toward an even brighter 2021, we you enjoy our 2020 year-end review!
continue to maintain our mission to become one of




OPPOSITE PAGE, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Port Director Richard Aschieris, Chairman R. Jay Allen, Vice
Chairman Elizabeth Blanchard, Commissioner William R. Trezza, Commissioner Stephen Gri en, Commissioner
Gary Christopherson, Commissioner Michael Patrick Du y, Commissioner Anthony Barkett

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RICHARD ASCHIERIS
Port Director


ACCOUNTING FACILITIES, Everardo Mendoza Tim Deerinck Tracy Fanucchi Albert Liwanag
Michelle Bowling DEVELOPMENT Eric Osterlie Tricia Rosenow Ulysses Gamboa David McConnell
Director of Finance & PLANNING Christopher Padilla Wally Wallick Cecilio Gomez Tyler Moua
Esmeralda Correa Juan G. Villanueva Alejandro Perez Hugh Lim Monique Sanchez
Controller Director of Planning Development MARKETING
Jeannine Anchartechahar Steve Cookerly Cara Pickering Pete Grossgart Alfredo Maya Robert Sanguinetti
Julie Andereggen Facilities, Maintenance & Charles Piggee Marketing Manager Jill McAuli e Allen Standley
Construction Manager
Michelle Chavez Ricardo Navarro Joe Rineheart OPERATIONS Raul Montanez Darrel Wade
Lesli Diehl Facilities, Maintenance & Stephen Trindade Jason Katindoy Samuel Montanez Roger Williams
Kristy Emerson Construction Manager Joseph Virrey Director of Maritime Operations Kyle Moutray Za Yang
Russell Nicholas
Alexa Klezmer Telecommunications Manager HR/ADMINISTRATIVE Chris Mountjoy Zachary Tyler Juan Zavala
Operations Manager
Maria Perez Steve Larson SERVICES David Cradit Joseph Wallick PROPERTY
Ricardo Toledo Grants Manager Katrin Miller Superintendent PORT POLICE MANAGEMENT
Scott Ballard HR/Administrative Services Mike Miller
ENVIRONMENTAL & Robert Belmont Manager Superintendent Richard Salsedo Steve Escobar
Chief of Police
Senior Deputy Port Director /
PUBLIC AFFAIRS Janice Dias Je rey Vine Jared Wilkey James Ballard Real Estate & Port Development
Emergency Management &
Je Wingfield Employee of the Year Safety O cer Superintendent Lieutenant Sylvester Aguilar
Director of Environmental Michael Elrod Jennifer Balestracci Brett Gra gna Noel Aviles Real Estate & Properties
and Public A airs Mark Ford Assistant Superintendent Development Manager
Jason Cashman Linda Fistolera Jose Armenta Joe Camara Debbie Calli
Manager of Environmental Arturo Gamboa Fernando Galicia Rebecca Barron Lillian Craig Properties Manager
and Regulatory A airs David Gentry Cassondra Hollins Lacy Edwards Stephanie Fong
Victoria Lucero Eduardo Gomez Sharon Lacy Daniel Bautista Randy Elizondo Elise Hermesky
Christopher Bustos
EXECUTIVE Randall Hawley Renee Ramirez Joseph Castro Fritz Encluna
Melanie Rodriguez Bradley Hensley Melissa Whitener Travis Clinger Misty Escobar
Assistant to the Director/ Kazuo Higashi Kraig Higashi
Secretary to the Board INFORMATION Juan Constantino
Gary Johnston TECHNOLOGY Linda Cook Billy Hutton
James Kissee Davin Garcia Robert Deanda Richard Lechuga
Dale Matson Information Technology Manager




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JANICE DIAS


Janice has been employed by the Port for 14 During our challenging times of COVID-19, Janice
years. She was hired in October 2006 as our continues to ensure Port sta have the necessary
Receptionist Clerk, transferred to the Port’s Police supplies to work safely, allowing the Port to remain
Department to work as a Police Support open and operational. At the onset of the
Technician (PST), then moved back to the pandemic when masks and hand sanitizer were in
Receptionist Clerk position to avoid a layo during short supply, Janice worked tirelessly to secure
the Great Recession. She then moved into her the needed supplies and drove all over town and
current department of Development and Planning even out of town to purchase them even when it
in 2010 as an Administrative Assistant, and has meant she had to personally purchase and collect
promoted her way up to her current role as them. She also created an inventory system to
Development and Planning Specialist. Janice is track stock levels while still maintaining her regular
being honored for her dedication to the Port. She duties of working on Port construction and other
has demonstrated outstanding job performance, projects. Janice does all this with a great attitude
going above and beyond expectations, and and a high level of professionalism. Janice, thank
having great initiative with a “can-do” and positive you for your hard work and dedication.
attitude, especially during our current pandemic.





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READY FOR TOMORROW

The Port continues working to stay ahead of the
curve, providing what our customers demand:
infrastructure and facilities that move goods
e ciently, safely and cleanly with less emissions.




PORTOFSTOCKTON.COM GENERAL SERVICES

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CHANGES IN CARGO FLOWS AT THE PORT

The Port’s Maritime group encountered a rather equipment to support three separate projects in
unusual though largely successful year. While California and Nevada. The Port’s on-dock rail
overall tonnage was down roughly 15% from 2019, capabilities attracted four large reactor vessels to
there were encouraging signs within the Port’s be used at a refinery in Martinez to produce
commodity mix. For example, cement tonnage renewable diesel. Each of the shipments were
increased 76% over 2019, with sourcing largely
shifting from China (as a result of tari s on
Chinese goods) to Mexico and Vietnam. To “THE PROJECTS INVOLVED
support this increased tonnage, the Golden Arrow EQUIPMENT DESTINED FOR A
has been retrofitted and is in service once again.
Steel tonnage needs were down significantly, WIDE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA,
over 71%, largely due to the impact of §232 tari s. REINFORCING THE PORT’S


There is a growing interest in alternative POSITION AS A SUPER REGIONAL
cementitious products. The Port is actively LOGISTICS HUB”
engaged with both existing and potential tenants
to secure cargoes such as slag and fly ash. These
industrial waste products, which historically were handled successfully by ILWU labor. The projects
buried in landfills, now help to reduce the need for involved equipment destined for a wide
cement, a major producer of greenhouse geographical area, reinforcing the Port’s position
emissions. Slag and fly ash also help to strengthen as a super-regional logistics hub. The Port has
and improve concrete. been told to expect additional shipments of the
same or similar cargoes in 2021 and beyond.
One area experiencing significant growth in 2020
was project cargoes with cargo shipments 2020 could be considered a year of changes in
uniquely related to green energy projects. For cargo flows through the Port. All indications are
instance, the Port hosted six wind energy that 2021 will build on the momentum generated
shipments for regional projects that will help the in 2020 with the potential for new cargoes, new
State of California achieve its goal of 100% tenants and new investments leading to more
renewable electricity generation by 2045. The family-wage jobs in the region.
Port also handled a shipment of geothermal
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PORT ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS



1 FREIGHT 2 FYFFE GRADE 3 NAVY DRIVE BRIDGE 4 NAVY DRIVE
REPLACEMENT
WIDENING PROJECT
SEPARATION PROJECT
REHABILITATION
PROJECT MANAGED BY: MANAGED BY: MANAGED BY:
MANAGED BY: Port of Stockton Caltrans Port of Stockton
Port of Stockton FUNDED BY: FUNDED BY: FUNDED BY:
FUNDED BY: Port of Stockton Caltrans Port of Stockton EDA
Port of Stockton Department of Transportation CA Trade Corridor
Improvement Fund
$1.79M INVESTED $8M AWARDED $17M AWARDED $5.7M AWARDED
COMPLETED COMPLETE AUGUST 2021 COMPLETED COMPLETED


5 NAVY DRIVE 6 HWY 4 CROSSTOWN 7 DOCK 12 13
EXPANSION
REHABILITATION
UNDERPASS PROJECT
MANAGED BY: MANAGED BY: MANAGED BY:
Port of Stockton Caltrans Port of Stockton
FUNDED BY: FUNDED BY: FUNDED BY:
San Joaquin County San Joaquin County Port of Stockton
CA Trade Corridor
Improvement Fund
$7.2M INVESTED $150M AWARDED $5.9M AWARDED
COMPLETED COMPLETED COMPLETED

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PORT INVESTMENTS AND HOW THEY ARE DRIVING CHANGE


In the past 10 years, over $200 Million in that constructed and delivered the highest priority
infrastructure projects were funded at the Port, improvements at the Port of Stockton. These
utilizing a combination of Port funds as well as projects all started with extending the Crosstown
local, state and federal grants. Port sta have Freeway (State Route 4) to Navy Drive.
worked tirelessly to improve the environment,
economy and quality of life in Stockton. The next “THE PORT’S GROWTH INTO THE
ten years will be just as exciting as the Port leads
the way into the next decade for our Delta SECOND LARGEST INLAND PORT
community and the Central Valley of California. ON THE PACIFIC WEST COAST
IS NOT AN ACCIDENT, BUT A
The Port of Stockton has a long history of
innovation and forward thinking going back to STRATEGIC PLAN.”
the days of the California gold rush. The Port’s
growth into the second largest inland port on While working with Caltrans on the Crosstown
the Pacific West Coast is not an accident. It’s a Freeway extension project, the Port was
result of our strategic focus on enhancing the simultaneously rehabilitating roads and
Port’s infrastructure with rehabilitated and managing the Navy Drive Underpass project. By
widened roads, new bridges, new rail, grade the end of the decade, the Port completed
separations, and improved waterside access to several additional projects including widening
the Port of Stockton. Navy Drive, replacing a bridge to the West
Complex and began a grade separation over the
In the last decade the Port has developed and rail lines leading into Rough & Ready Island.
implemented an infrastructure improvement plan

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HERE IS WHAT’S NEW AT THE PORT


SHIP MOVEMENTS
QUARTER 2020 2019 2018 2017
1st (January - March) 50 64 73 62
2nd (April - June) 65 68 71 75
3rd (July - September) 61 53 52 63
4th (October - December) 66 49 56 68
TOTALS 242 234 252 268 IMPORTS
Anhydrous Ammonia
SHIP TONNAGES Bagged Fertilizer
Bagged Grain Pellets
QUARTER 2020 2019 2018 2017
Bulk Cement/Slag
1st (January - March) 952,090 1,158,803 1,182,687 1,025,006
2nd (April - June) 970,778 1,293,811 1,385,833 1,289,566 Bulk Corn
Bulk Fertilizer
3rd (July - September) 912,699 1,042,927 1,011,421 1,112,685
Bulk Organic Grains
4th (October - December) 1,173,710 947,745 1,159,307 1,286,255
Bulk Paddy Rice
TOTALS 4,009,277 4,443,286 4,739,248 4,713,512
Food Grade Oil
TONNAGES BREAKDOWN METRIC TONS Liquid Fertilizer
Molasses
CARGO 2020 2019 2018 2017 Project Cargo
Anhydrous Ammonia 145,318 117,803 157,921 146,524
Steel Products
Bagged Fertilizer 21,494 15,726 10,825 13,890
Sulfuric Acid
Bagged Grain Pellets 4,331 N/A N/A N/A
Bagged Rice 101,035 101,018 86,022 89,040
Beet Pulp Pellets 124,000 152,100 137,000 161,179
Bulk Cement/Slag 1,132,875 644,609 753,396 902,310
Bulk Coal 699,300 1,482,074 1,640,510 1,351,157 EXPORTS
Bulk Corn 32,565 109,465 105,157 97,951
Bagged Rice
Bulk Fertilizer 111,552 175,462 175,227 153,440
Beet Pulp Pellets
Bulk Rice 52,357 20,905 N/A N/A
Bulk Sulfur 162,646 219,280 237,912 229,187 Bulk Coal
Bulk Sulphur
Bulk Tire Chips 10,118 19,506 15,493 16,685
Food Grade Oil 207,858 210,975 195,706 186,083 Bulk Tire Chips
Copper Concent
Liquid Fertilizer 692,510 659,270 629,137 700,555
Molasses 172,655 189,561 197,244 162,453
Project Cargo 16,947 2,676 1,460 389
Steel Products 55,352 194,595 1,460 254,731
Sulfuric Acid 196,104 39,044 N/A N/A
TOTALS 4,009,277 4,443,286 4,739,248 4,713,512
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RENEWABLE FUELS PROPEL THE PORT INTO A CLEANER FUTURE
The Port of Stockton is currently seeing a surge in agricultural waste, garbage, etc.). Additionally, this
the renewable fuel industry. These fuels include high-quality diesel delivers up to 80% lower
biodiesel, renewable diesel and ethanol. During lifecycle emissions compared to petroleum diesel.
2020, more than 200 million gallons of these fuels
came through the Port from several di erent
companies. As more renewable fuel operators are “DURING 2020, MORE THAN
retrofitting or under construction, that amount will
increase significantly in the coming years. 200 MILLION GALLONS OF
THESE FUELS CAME THROUGH
Although these renewable fuels are currently THE PORT FROM SEVERAL
received by inbound rail and go out by truck, there
will be infrastructure expansions in the very near DIFFERENT COMPANIES.”
future to receive these products by ocean going
vessels, which will facilitate increased volumes.
As tenants are moving towards more
A few of the benefits of renewable diesel over environmentally friendly fuel sources, the Port is
biodiesel or traditional diesel fuel help outweigh also doing its part. In 2020, the Port started
the price premium. These benefits include better replacing its diesel cargo handling equipment with
vehicle performance, reduced maintenance, electric forklifts and an electric rail car mover.
cleaner burning and no odor. No odor means it’s Currently the Port has received 18 electric lifts and
less harmful for drivers, handlers and the one electric rail car mover and will be receiving 18
environment. Renewable diesel can be stored for more lifts in the future.
a longer period of time with no deterioration in
quality or water accumulation. It can be made from
vegetable oil or other biomass feedstock (wood,

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ADA Scales, Inc. County Plumbing and Restoration LDA Partners, LLP Rich Turner Photographics
AFW, Inc. Custom Spraying, Inc. Los 3 Hermanos Robinson, Scott and Kristina
Ah-Tye, Denny D. A. V. Charities of San Joaquin County Loveless, Geo & Noemy Ross Island Sand & Gravel
Alamillo Rebar, Inc. Delroy's Deli Lovotti Air Royal White Cement, Inc.
Alfalfa Supply Inc. Delta Yacht Club Lowe's HIW, Inc. S. T. Services/NuStar Energy
Allen Engineering Contractor, Inc. Dowling, Bob M & L Commodities San Joaquin County Sheri 's Department
American Biodiesel Inc. DR Pipeline, Inc. Mac Specialties San Joaquin, County Information Services
American Containers, Inc. DTE Stockton, LLC Marine Inspection, LLC SFPP, L.P.
American Red Cross Eco-Energy Distribution Services, LLC Martin Operating Partnership Sheedy Drayage Co.
American River Ag, Inc. Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Melissa & Doug, LLC Shipyard Sports Grill & Bar
Anderson, Jennifer and Ricky Foundation Constructors, Inc. Merfish Pipe & Supply NE, LLC Sioneer Stockton, LLC
Atlantic Forest Products Gilton Resource Recovery, Inc. Metropolitan Stevedore Co. SSA Marine, Inc.
Best Logistics, Inc. Giovannoni Farms MHX LLC St. Mary's High School
BestCare Express, Inc. Golden Bear Insurance Company Motta, Joseph Stockton Civic Theatre
Blaskovich, Mark GPT Properties Trust Mowzilicia Stockton Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc.
Buckeye Terminals, LLC Grogan, Edward MT Railcars, Inc. Stockton Police O cer's Association
C Trans, Inc. H.J. Baker & Bros., LLC N.C. Catering Stockton Professional Firefighters
CALAMCO Hammer Head Protection, Inc. Nautilus Data Technologies Sulphuric Acid Trading Company, Inc.
Calaveras Cement Company Heavy Transport North American Composites Targa Terminals, LLC
California Agri Inspection Co., Ltd. Hickinbotham, West and Amy Norton Lilly International, Inc. Tesoro Logistics Operations, LLC
CalPortland Company Holland LP Nustar Terminals Operations Partnership LP Tiger-Sul Products, LLC
Camblin Steel Service, Inc. Holt Repair & Manufacturing Inc. Old World Industries, LLC T-Mobile West, LLC
Carry Transit HS Capital LLC Onions Etc. Trans-Hold, Inc.
Catch All Baseball Hulcher Services, Inc. Pacific Ethanol Stockton LLC Transload Solutions
Cencal Recycling, LLC Idemia Identity & Security USA, LLC Pacific Gas & Electric Transloading Logistics
Central California Traction Company Industrial Railways Co. Pelton Shepherd Industries Transmarine Navigation Corp.
Central Valley Ag Grinding, Inc. Integrated Biometric Technology, LLC Pereira Studios Union Pacific Railroad Company
Ceres Marine Terminals, Inc. International Raw Materials, LTD Pinnacle Ag Services University of the Pacific
Child Abuse Prevention Council Intsel Steel West-California, LLC Pitbull Truck Lines, Inc. Weber Point Yacht Club
City of Stockton Jacobi Carbons, Inc. Protek Cargo, Inc. West Wind USA
Clean Planet Java Stop PUENTES Westway Trading Corporation
Clearwire, LLC Junior Aid of Stockton Quality O ce Liquidations Wilmar Oils & Fats, Inc.
Contanda Terminals LLC Kustom Materials Laminators, Corp. Ramsey Express Yara North America, Inc.

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OUR PARTNERS IN SUCCESS


In the previous year, the Port imported
2,901,203 tons of commodities into the “ THE PORT RELIED ON ITS
United States, while exporting 1,108,074 tons,
for a total tonnage of 4,009,277. To maintain LONG ESTABLISHED TIES WITH
such strong numbers during an TRADE PARTNERS ACROSS THE
unprecedented year, the Port relied on its GLOBE, WHILE FOSTERING SOME
long-established ties with trade partners NEW RELATIONSHIPS AS WELL .”
across the globe, while fostering some new
relationships as well. The following is a
glimpse into where trade happens and how We thank our global maritime partners
much. See page 19 for a more detailed look at and look forward to an even more
import/export tonnage broken down prosperous 2021.
by commodity.









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The Americas are a very close second
to Asia in exports from the Port, with
top commodities including bulk coal
and sulfur. Trinidad is a top importer,
TRADE IN THE AMERICAS
supplying the San Joaquin Valley with
anhydrous ammonia and liquid
fertilizer for agricultural use.


1.01 M METRIC TONS



IMPORTS EXPORTS
Anhydrous Ammonia Bulk Coal
Liquid Fertilizer Bulk Sulphur
Bagged/Bulk Fertilizer
Bulk Cement
Molasses
Food Grade Oil
Project Cargo





25% OF TOTAL TRADE

Br azil Chile Cos t a Rica El Salvador G uat emala Hondur as M exico Nicar agua Panama Per u Tr inidad

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TRADE IN EUROPE











Top European imports include bulk
cement and fertilizer (in liquid, bagged
and bulk forms). We export bulk sulfur
to Morocco and copper concentrate to
Bulgaria.


0.64 M METRIC TONS




IMPORTS EXPORTS
16% OF TOTAL TRADE
Liquid Fertilizer Bulk Sulphur
Bagged/Bulk Fertilizer Copper Concent
Bulk Cement
Bulk Corn
Bulk Organic Grains
Bulk Paddy Rice
Project Cargo












Belgium Bulgar ia Es t onia G er many M or occo Net her lands Nor w ay Tur key

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Asia is our largest trade partner in both
imports and exports. Our highest
import commodity is bulk cement/slag,
TRADE IN ASIA
and China is our top supplier. Japan
takes more of our exported goods
than any other nation, including
bagged rice, coal and beet pellets.


2.30 M METRIC TONS



IMPORTS EXPORTS
Bulk Cement/Slag Bagged Rice
Steel Products Beet Pulp Pellets
Liquid Fertilizer Bulk Coal
Bulk/Bagged Fertilizer Bulk Sulphur
Sulfuric Acid Bulk Tire Chips
Molasses
Food Grade Oil
Bulk Grain Pellets
Project Cargo





57% OF TOTAL TRADE

China I ndia I ndones ia I sr ael J apan Kor ea M alay sia Russia Taiw an Thailand Viet nam

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TRADE IN OCEANIA




Our sole Oceanic trade partner this
year was New Caledonia. We shipped
61,197 metric tons of bulk sulfur,
primarily used to produce sulfuric acid,
a key ingredient in fertilizers.


0.06 M METRIC TONS




IMPORTS EXPORTS
n/a Bulk Sulphur

2% OF TOTAL TRADE





















New Caledonia

It starts with a Mission

While our Delta Environmental Enhancement Program (DEEP)
is continuing to focus on improving our region’s air, water and
wildlife habitats, we are blazing industry trails to become one
Securing of the Greenest Ports in the United States.

Funding

Over the last three years,
we have focused our
attention on securing
targeted funding for
specific Green initiatives
to the tune of $12 million
in Grants.



$12+ Million

in Grant Funding 2018-2020
$10 Million $0.5 Million
California Air District CA Energy Commission
$1 Million $0.2 Million
San Joaquin Valley Air District CA Energy Commission
$0.5 Million
CA Natural Resources Agency

Coordination and Implementation

The Port purchased clean heavy and light duty forklifts, rail car
movers and two zero emissions multi-function vehicles. We then
coordinated with utility providers for new charge station approval
and infrastructure needs. Construction of 30 new electric vehicle
charging stations at four Port locations were then completed.








Sharing Leaders of Change
Common Goals The Port is laser focused on
developing an implementation
Several of our business strategy that includes near-, mid- and
partners have joined our long-term goals that will continue
mission, taking important driving us towards becoming the
strides towards reducing Greenest Port. The latest step on our
emissions. SSA Marine has path is the receipt of a California
purchased six heavy duty Energy Commission grant to create
zero emissions forklifts. an electric vehicle blueprint!
Brusco, our tug partner, is
repowering their vessels to
meet or exceed emissions
requirements.

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PROVIDING PROTECTION & SERVICE TO THE PORT

In 2020 the Port’s Police Department made exercises, facilitates numerous trainings and assists
significant investments in infrastructure and the Emergency Management O cer with its duties.
people to provide better police service and
security to the Port. First, the Department Two of the Port’s Police Support Technicians were
transitioned away from sharing General Orders sponsored to attend the Academy to become
with Stockton PD and developed a Port full-fledged Port Police o cers. Both trainees
PD-specific policy manual for the first time. excelled and completed the Academy and Field
Training and are now working as solo o cers. In
Several construction projects were completed
that will enhance security day-to-day and during
times of crisis. The secure restricted access area “THE PORT’S POLICE DEPARTMENT
gates were updated to improve overall monitoring MADE SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENTS
and access controls, while an additional gate was
added to the restricted area on Rough and Ready IN INFRASTRUCTURE AND PEOPLE
Island. Additionally, a large overhead structure TO PROVIDE BETTER POLICE
was installed at the West Complex entrance that SERVICE AND SECURITY...”
provides better lighting, weather protection and
signage. Also constructed was the intelligence
sharing Fusion Center, a building now available as addition to these new recruits to the force, the Port
a resource for partner agencies to utilize when an Police Boat is now actively patrolling again on a
emergency or significant incident occurs. The part-time basis. The unit was awarded a $2,500
Department will routinely make use of this space grant from Port tenant Marathon Petroleum that was
for training sessions, meetings, interview rooms used to purchase needed equipment. The Boat Unit
and investigative follow-up as well. includes four Boat Operators and three First Mates.


The Department’s investments in personnel Finally, the Department has increased our
included the hiring of its first Security Analyst, who investment in our local community, actively
ensures the Port’s Facility Security Plan and police participating with several community groups that
department policies and procedures are kept are focused on addressing homeless issues that
up-to-date. The Analyst is responsible for impact Port property, the waterways and
implementation of all required annual drills and surrounding areas.

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MAINTAINING STRENGTH & STABILITY

Despite 2020’s many challenges, our fiscal
responsibility and transparency ensured that we
met our commitments and supported the region,
attracting new business for stable revenues, adding
jobs and further diversification, all without
burdening the region’s citizens with taxation.

PORTOFSTOCKTON.COM PORT FACTS FIGURES

FINANCIALS

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$28,091,191
$7,028,568 Prop er ty Mana ge me nt
Liquid Bulk Cargo














$ 11,038,027
Dry Bulk Cargo $7,887,217
Other
$ 5,525,906
General Cargo







THE GOODS TYPES THAT POWER THE PORT

The Port’s total revenue in 2020 was In fact, the Port continues to be the #1 break bulk
$59,570,909. Property Management is included port on the West Coast. $7,028,568 of liquid bulk
as a revenue source, although it does not involve and $5,525,906 of general cargo were
the movement of cargo, generating $28,091,191. transported. Liquid bulk includes commodities
Much of the Port’s success and financial strength such as liquid fertilizer, molasses and food grade
can be attributed to the diversity of cargo types oil. General cargo are goods like packaged foods
that crosses its docks each year. Dry bulk cargo – and other consumer products that are often
commodities that are transported unpackaged in transported via containers. All other cargoes
large quantities – has long been a specialty of including steel, chemicals and project cargo,
ours, and this year we handled $11,038,027 worth account for $7,887,217 of the Port’s revenue.
of cargoes like sulfur, cement and coal.

FINANCIALS







$28,091,191
$1,652,678 P roperty Ma nageme nt
Warehouse















$381,082
$ 21,939,823
Terminal $ 438,815 Other
$7,067,321 Interest
Grant Revenue







THE PORT’S VARIOUS STREAMS OF REVENUE

The Port’s total revenue in 2020, $59,570,909, Port secured $7,067,321 in government and
can also be divided by revenue center. Property private grant revenue. Warehouse revenue,
Management, consisting primarily of the monthly generated when our business partners hire our
rents our business partners pay us for warehouse employees to package or move their product,
or o ce space, is the most profitable revenue accounted for $1,652,678. The Port also
center at $28,091,191, followed by Terminal at generated $438,815 in interest on the cash we
$21,939,823. This revenue center consists of the have in the bank and all remaining revenues made
terminal fees the Port charges for vessels up $381,082 of our total.
accessing our docks, the labor of
loading/unloading cargo and the wharfage
charged on the goods themselves. In 2020, the

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STRENGTHENING BONDS WITH OUR NEIGHBORS

During a di cult year, when connection is more
important than ever, the Port introduced new
initiatives and partnerships while strengthening
existing programs to keep our communities vibrant
and safe.



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NEW APPROACHES TO ENGAGEMENT
Community outreach continues to be a priority at The Port launched a new outreach initiative to
the Port. Even during a pandemic, we found ways create a community working group that will
to actively engage and enhance Stockton. In engage with the Port regularly. The goal is to
early 2020, our sta participated in tree share timely information about the Ports
plantings as part of our ongoing environmental operation, address concerns and forge lasting
stewardship program. Although major partnerships.
community events were canceled due to health
mandates, we still found ways to help our The working group will reflect diverse members
community partners through sponsorships of of the community from environmental advocacy
their initiatives, programs and e orts. to the business community and area residents.
This initiative is one of many the Port
Key organizations that the Port supported is implementing to drive change within
include: our community.

♦ The Stockton Record All Star Preps
♦ San Joaquin County Sheriff's Foundation We are looking forward to 2021 with hope for a
world that is open, safe and thriving where we
♦ American Red Cross can engage in person again and continue finding

♦ United Way of San Joaquin ways to improve our neighborhood, our
♦ NAACP Stockton Branch community and our region.

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PROTECTION BY LAND, SEA AND AIR

The Port’s environmental programs help preserve
our precious waters including the Delta ecosystem
that is so crucial to our operations, with a particular
focus on air quality and emissions control.




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PORT INVESTMENTS AND HOW THEY ARE DRIVING CHANGE

2020 was obviously anything but a normal year. support the operation of twelve 36,000 lb. lifts
However, the Port made great use of the time to and eighteen 8,000 lb. lifts as well as one
work on projects that reduce air emissions and near-zero emission railcar mover. In 2020 the Port
improve overall operations of the Port. received five of the 36,000 lb. lifts, eleven of the
8,000 lb. lifts and the railcar mover, with the
The Port moved forward with the acquisition of 38 expectation to receive the additional lifts in 2021.
zero emission electric forklifts and one near-zero
emission electric railcar mover as well as the
associated charging infrastructure to support the “THE PORT MADE GREAT USE OF
new equipment.
TIME IN 2020 TO WORK ON

To date, we have received two DANNAR multi-use PROJECTS THAT REDUCE AIR
vehicles and two chargers to support the EMISSIONS AND IMPROVE
equipment. This equipment was acquired with the
help of a grant through partnership with the San OVERALL OPERATIONS...”
Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. We
put those two pieces of equipment to use against
a steel operation and have spent the year An additional six 36,000 lb. lifts have been
tweaking equipment and working through some acquired and are being put into operation by Port
minor adjustments to optimize operation. tenant and stevedore, Stevedoring Services of
America (SSA).
As part of a larger collaboration with the Ports of
Long Beach and Oakland through the California Through the ZANZEFF grant the Port has also
Air Resources Board called the Zero and Near installed 30 chargers to support the Port and SSA
Zero Emission Freight Facilities (ZANZEFF) lifts. Chargers are spread throughout the Port’s
project, the Port has been busy receiving, testing waterfront to serve the lifts as e ciently as possible.
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We also took the year to take a close look at all of To further our e orts to improve our operations
the emission sources at the Port. This overall and to reduce emissions, the Port submitted an EV
Emission Inventory is in the final stages and will Blueprint Grant Opportunity to the California
assist the Port in making key decisions and Energy Commission. This opportunity will allow us
prioritizing investments moving forward to further to further investigate di erent technology the Port
reduce emissions. could introduce for our cargo handling operations.

South Stockton was identified as a region with The Port continues to be active in the Green
poor air quality and the Port joined the AB 617 Marine program (https://green-marine.org), an
Steering Committee to identify programs and environmental certification program for the North
projects the area could undertake to reduce American marine industry. Participants are
overall emissions and impacts to the community. shipowners, ports, terminals, seaway
We look forward to finalizing this plan and corporations and shipyards. It is a voluntary,
implementing the Emission Reduction Plan with transparent and inclusive initiative that addresses
the community and the San Joaquin Air Pollution key environmental issues through its 13
Control District. performance indicators.


GROWING OUR ZERO EMISSION FORKLIFT FLEET




36,000 lb.
lifts









8,000 lb.
lifts




Received in 2020 Expected in 2021

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ACCOLADES AND CELEBRATION

Once again, the Port celebrated another strong
showing with awards of recognition granted for
various aspects of our operations.






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