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Marine Terminals average salary is $35,918, median salary is $35,918 with a salary range from $35,918 to $35,918.
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  • Marine Terminals Corporation
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Emeryville, CA
  • Marine Terminals Corporation, founded by the Horsman/Redlich family in 1931 and headquartered in Oakland, CA is one of the West Coast's oldest family-owned contract stevedore and terminal operating companies. Marine Terminals Corporation provides the shipping community with a comprehensive network of stevedoring, terminal operating and related cargo handling services for all types of cargo: A-Z, Apples to Zinc. From the early days of general cargo to today's container megacarriers, MTC remains a pace-setter in the industry. From its initial base of operations in San Francisco, MTC today operates in most U.S. West coast ports as well as several