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Port Handles Massive Shipment for Power Plant in Mexico

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DSC 0124The Port of San Diego handled a key export shipment at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal on Saturday, April 5, 2014, when SSA Marine and local longshore workers offloaded a massive generator. The generator was then trucked across the U.S.-Mexico border for development of the Agua Prieta power plant in Sonora, Mexico.

Along with the generator – which at 300 metric tons was the Port's heaviest shipment in 10 years – more than 200 wooden pallets and ancillary equipment were offloaded from the heavy lift vessel M/V Palabora.

SANDAG Honors Port of San Diego with iCommute Diamond Award

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logo icommuteThe San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has honored the Port of San Diego with an iCommute Diamond Award for helping to reduce traffic congestion in San Diego County through its alternative transportation program.

"Environmental stewardship is a top priority at the Port, and we encourage our agency employees to 'walk the walk' by taking alternative transportation to work," said Chairman Bob Nelson of the Board of Port Commissioners. "We take great pride in receiving the iCommute Diamond Award for a program that not only helps with rush-hour traffic gridlock, but also reduces the Port's carbon footprint."

Public Invited to Attend 35th Annual Port of San Diego's Day at the Docks

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7085418693 e0d581bc11_oThe Port of San Diego's 35th Annual Day at The Docks – a free West Coast public celebration and the official start of Southern California's spring saltwater fishing season – is set for Sunday, April 13, 2014. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at San Diego's Sportfishing Landings, located at 1403 Scott Street [map].

The 2014 Day at The Docks features San Diego's state-of-the-art sportfishing fleet, which offers first-class accommodations while traveling to some of the world's most prolific fish-filled waters.

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