Port gets $5 million crane for containers
[adrotate group=”7″] From the NEWS-LEDGER — JAN 4, 2012 —
The Port of West Sacramento received a new, $5 million crane on Jan. 3. The crane is meant to help the port in its new foray into container-handling — its traditional mission has involved bulk cargoes such as grain, rice, fertilizer and wood chips. The port is part of a new “Northern California Marine Highway container barging operation, along with the ports of Oakland and Stockton. The new service is set to launch in late 2012.
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