ONN – Insight Terminal Solutions Oakland Bulk And Oversized Terminal Will Handle Two Way Cargo Traffic
The true mission of the Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal by Insight Terminal Solutions was presented in the original description of it:
The Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal (OBOT) is a unique opportunity to intensify nearly 20 acres of underutilized maritime property through development of a state-of-the-art, multi-commodity marine bulk terminal development located on the West Gateway of the former Oakland Army Base in Oakland, California.
With direct access to San Francisco Bay channel depths that reach 50 foot mean lower low water (MLLW) and newly constructed near-dock rail lines designated for OBOT customers, the OBOT development is positioned to streamline customer logistics supply chains, create more service options for U.S. shippers seeking greater access to and from foreign markets, solidify Oakland’s reputation as a major west coast trade center for American resources, and carry on the proud history of Oakland’s working waterfront through the creation of long-term job opportunities for Oakland residents.
The Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal is designed to handle bulk commodities both coming in to and going out of Oakland and America. It’s not a coal terminal at all.
Clearing up lies about the Oakland Bulk and Oversized Terminal is one reason Zennie62Media was hired by Insight Terminal Solutions. The truth you’re not supposed to know is that the City of Oakland was co-developer. Read this account by California Globe’s Katie Grimes here.
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