The next World Trade Week event at the Port of Hueneme will be held in May 2023. Watch this space for details. Read more about World Trade Week 2022
Background: The observance of World Trade Week began in 1926 to acknowledge and celebrate that world trade significantly contributes to the nation’s economy and has developed a vast new horizon for America’s businesses. In 1935, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially proclaimed World Trade Week as a national observance by the U.S. Government.
About the Port of Hueneme/Oxnard World Trade Center: The Port of Hueneme is one of the most productive and efficient commercial trade gateways for niche cargo on the West Coast. The Port is governed by five locally elected Port Commissioners. The Port consistently ranks among the top ten U.S. ports for automobiles and fresh produce. Port operations support the community by bringing $2.2 billion in economic activity and creating 20,032 trade-related jobs. Trade through the Port of Hueneme generates more than $173.2 million in direct and related state and local taxes, which fund vital community services. In 2017, the Port of Hueneme became the first port in California to become certified by Green Marine, a third-party verifier.
Read more about:
- Oxnard World Trade Center (general information)
- Trade Statistics for the Port of Hueneme
- World Trade Week 2022
- World Trade Week 2021
- World Trade Week 2019
- World Trade Week 2018
- World Trade Week 2017
- World Trade Week 2015
Other World Trade News at the Port of Hueneme: