The Port of San Diego and Mitsubishi Cement have agreed future operations at Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal.The agreement will see Mitsubishi Cement help modernise the marine terminal.
Port chairman Dan Malcolm said: “We look forward to working with Mitsubishi Cement Corporation.
“By harnessing the power of partnerships to invest in this terminal, we reinforce our status as San Diego’s maritime cargo gateway to the world.”
“The agreement with Mitsubishi Cement Corporation is a key step in the long term redevelopment and modernisation of the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal and helps us build momentum for increasing volume in one of our three core cargo areas: Break Bulk, Refrigerated Containers and Bulk,” said maritime director Joel Valenzuela.
Mitsubishi Cement Corporation manufactures all of the major types of Portland and specialty cements used in California and Nevada. The company was formed in March 1988, with the acquisition of the Cushenbury cement plant in Lucerne Valley, California, and other ancillary assets.