There is a room on the Port West Complex property for possible automotive, intermodal, and bulk rail-to-water Transload systems. The Port in the past has added 12000 feet of new trackage for added capacity. New customers will find working with the Port to be very easy to provide rail-served industrial sites and warehouse sites with rail, truck and water access by working with CCT and BNSF and UPRR.
The Port is near Interstate 5 and State Highway 99, giving customers quick access to water, rail, and highway. The Port of Stockton is a secure site with 24/7 security and its own police force and is a TWIC facility. There is an-on site power coal cogeneration facility at the Port of Stockton and the Port is the power provider on the West Port complex with very competitive rates. A bulk ship loader and rotary car dumper with an 94-car loop track are available for loading and unloading of bulk products to or from vessels. Metro Ports manages this facility. The CCT and the Port of Stockton and its Stevedore partners can handle any heavy lift cargo, Wind Generation cargos and bulk and break bulk commodities. There is an onsite 3rd party car repair shop and they provide tie-down and securement services and rail car inspection and repair.
CCT provides switching service to Penny Newman Grain and Duraflame products as the result of a lease of the UPRR Scotts street lead
Line capacity: 286000lbs. Please contact the Union Pacific or BNSF and the CCT for Hi-Wide and overweight shipments requirements.
CCT provides shipment management and car control, billing, and tracing using the RMI Rail Connect and shipper connect systems. CCT has access to the UPRR and BNSF computer systems to provide shipment tracking and logistic services for customers. All movements are reported to the AAR and Railinc. And BNSF and UPRR