Serving Global Shippers and the Local Community

The Port is located at 675 Seaport Blvd. Redwood City, CA 94063
Contact us at Ph. 650-306-4150 Fax 650-369-7636 or by email to portofrc@redwoodcityport.com

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Port Businesses

 

Cemex uses Port docks for cement import through pneumatic unloader pipelines.
www.cemexusa.com

Cemex Aggregates recycles concrete and asphalt and imports construction aggregates.
www.cemexusa.com

Central Concrete produces construction concrete for housing and highway construction
www.centralconcrete.com


Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. transships millions of gallons a year of recycled industrial fuel.
www.cleanharbors.com

iCracked, Inc.
Repairs iPhone, iPad, iPod and Sumsung Devices.
www.icracked.com


International Materials, Inc. imports nearly 100 thousand tons of bauxite from Australia for use in local cement kilns.
www.imius.com


Lehigh Southwest Cement Company uses Port docks for bulk material import and storage
www.heidelbergcement.com

Monolith (formerly Boxer Industries)
Carbon Black Plant. The plant utilizes Monolith’s proprietary process technology to convert pipeline grade natural gas into carbon black and hydrogen.
www.boxerindustries.com

Pabco Gypsum, a supplier of gypsum that is used to make wallboard for the Bay Area building industry.
www.pabcogypsum.com

 

Portside I & II form an office complex of 90,000 square feet with 250/300 office workers.
Portside I: The Fivey Company Tel: 925-820-7666
Portside II: Clark Family Partnership Tel: 650-533-0128

Redwood Garden & Building Material, Inc. delivers a wide range of quality landscaping materials.
Tel:650-872-2310


Seaport Center Conference Center, a 12,000 sq.ft. state-of-the-art meeting and training facility.
www.seaportconferencecenter.com


Seaport Refining and Environmental recycles petroleum pipeline waste for resale as useable fuel and provides wastewater treatment.
www.seaportenvironmental.com

Sequoia Yacht Club, located 22 miles south of San Francisco on the shore of the Redwood City Marina. A member of the US Sailing and training facility affiliate of the American Sailing Association and Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay.
www.sequoiayc.org


Sims Metal/Sims Group recycles more than 300,000 tons of vehicles per year and exports the shredded scrap metal to the Far East and South Asia.
www.simsmm.com


Spinnaker Sailing offers sailing lessons, charters, vacations, and corporate programs.
www.spinnakersailing.com


U.S. Geological Society, San Francisco Bay marine research vessel, Polaris, is home based at the Port.
www.usgs.gov


Univar USA, a state-of-the-art chemical facility serving the chemical needs of industry worldwide.
www.univarusa.com