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Port Family Fights through COVID-19, Braces for Cancelled Sailings

May 6, 2020 – Just as in person auto sales resume, the Port’s largest customers brace for an approximate 90% reduction in cargo over the next two months. Automobiles, the Port’s largest revenue generating commodity, will see reductions as manufacturers from Germany, United Kingdom, Sweden, South Korea, and Japan have been closed during most read more

|May 8th, 2020|Business, Community, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Port Family Fights through COVID-19, Braces for Cancelled Sailings

Port Releases Latest Environmental Ratings on Earth Day 2020

April 22, 2020: The Port of Hueneme kicked off the 50th Annual Earth Day with a digital celebration, reaffirming their commitment to environmental sustainability and sharing the results of its Green Marine Certification assessment.

“The Port is leading the way forward into a green economy,” said Oxnard Harbor District Board President Jess Ramirez. “Our commitment read more

|April 22nd, 2020|Business, Community, Events, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Port Releases Latest Environmental Ratings on Earth Day 2020

Port Feeds Essential Workers During COVID-19 Crisis

Farmworkers, Healthcare Professionals, and Longshoremen
April 21, 2020 – The Port is working to keep local restaurants afloat and essentials workers fed during the COVID-19 crisis. The efforts began with the Port’s “lunch for longshoremen” program a few weeks ago, a program that provides meal vouchers to various local restaurants which are frequented by longshoremen read more

|April 21st, 2020|Business, Community, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Port Feeds Essential Workers During COVID-19 Crisis

PORT OF HUENEME BRIEFING FOR CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
CA Public Health – Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings
June 18, 2020 – California Department of Public Health issued updates on guidance for the use of cloth face coverings by the general public when outside the home. It mandates that face coverings be worn state-wide in high-risk read more

|March 26th, 2020|Business, Community, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on
Job Fair - Port of Hueneme - March 7, 2020

Job Fair Offers A Wide Range of Employment Opportunities

The Port of Hueneme/Oxnard Harbor District will be hosting a Job Fair on March 7th, 2020. The Fair will feature over 100 jobs being offered by the Port as well as participating community partners. More information can be found at www.portofh.org/jobs.

The Port, with partnering agencies including County of Ventura, Ventura County Fire, City of read more

|February 25th, 2020|News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Job Fair Offers A Wide Range of Employment Opportunities
California Ports Day

Ports Day Grabs Attention of Top State Leadership

The California Association of Port Authorities (CAPA) hosted its 3rd Annual California Ports Day on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 in Sacramento, CA.

The two day event centered around Governor Newsom’s State of the State Address with briefings from several top leadership posts of the state. Representatives from California’s 11 public ports also met with legislators read more

|February 20th, 2020|Business, Community, Events, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Ports Day Grabs Attention of Top State Leadership
Port of Hueneme

Retired Longshoreman Jess Ramirez Becomes President of the Oxnard Harbor District

On Monday, January 13, the Port of Hueneme welcomed new leadership as the Board of Harbor Commissioners unanimously voted Jess Ramirez to serve as Board President for 2020.

President Ramirez was first elected to the Board in 1992, having served five times before as Board President. Ramirez is no stranger to the operations of the read more

|January 16th, 2020|Business, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Retired Longshoreman Jess Ramirez Becomes President of the Oxnard Harbor District
The Teresa Brusco at the Port of Hueneme

Wave of the Future: Port Welcomes New Brusco Tug

Advanced Technology Brings Lower Emissions

January 2020 – Brusco Tug & Barge, Inc. has modernized its tug fleet at the Port of Hueneme by bringing aboard the “Teresa Brusco,” a state-of-the-art vessel that will dramatically lower vessel emissions and bring more power and ability to the tugs’ important ship-handling role on Port. Brusco’s investment strengthens read more

|January 2nd, 2020|Business, Events, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Wave of the Future: Port Welcomes New Brusco Tug
Port of Hueneme

Port Closes Out 2019 with 1.65 Million Cargo Tons & 2,201 New Jobs

VCCA sounds the alarm on lack of economic growth for rest of the County

December, 2019: Santa’s sleigh has been doubling as a boat this year, helping bring record cargo into the Port of Hueneme. The Port delivers another record breaking year for cargo, jobs, tax revenues, and economic impact. Cargo grew by 3.6% over read more

|December 12th, 2019|Business, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Port Closes Out 2019 with 1.65 Million Cargo Tons & 2,201 New Jobs
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Governor’s Top Economic Advisor Talks Competitiveness at the Port

California’s top economic advisor, Lenny Mendonca, met with Port leadership and customers on November 15, 2019 to create greater economic opportunity in the region. Mendonca began his visit with a tour seeing Port operations firsthand including the shoreside power system enabling vessels to plug into electricity at berth, reducing air emissions by 87%.

Mendonca addressed read more

|November 18th, 2019|Business, Events, News, The Port At Work|Comments Off on Governor’s Top Economic Advisor Talks Competitiveness at the Port