Working Waterfront Member Organizations and Businesses

BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair
BNSF Railway
California Association of Port Authorities
Chesapeake Fish Company
Chevron Products Company
Coordinated Maritime Services
CP Kelco
Dixieline Lumber
Dole Fresh Fruit
Dynegy, Inc.
Environmental Health Coalition
General Dynamics NASSCO
Goodrich Corporation
Harborside Refrigerated Services
Harvest Meat Company Incorporated
Honor Marine Electronics
Industrial Environmental Association
International Longshoremen Workers Union
The Jankovich Company
Knight & Carver YachtCenter
Koehler Kraft Co. Inc.
Marine Group Boat Works
National City Chamber of Commerce
Nielsen Beaumont Marine, Inc.
Northrop Grumman Continental Maritime
Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce
Pacific Ship Repair and Fabrication, Inc.
Pasha Automotive Services
Port of San Diego
Port of San Diego Repair Association
R.E. Staite Engineering
San Diego & Imperial Valley Railroad
San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council, AFL & CIO
San Diego Port Tenants Association
San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
San Diego World Trade Center
Sempra Energy
Shelter Island Boatyard
Solar Turbines
South County Economic Development Council
Stevedoring Services of America
Sun Harbor Marina
Westflex Industrial

Contact: Sophie Silvestri at the San Diego Port Tenants Association

The group is administered by the San Diego Port Tenants Association in cooperation with the Port of San Diego and the AFL/CIO. The Working Waterfront Group is committed to working collaboratively with the community to develop win-win solutions for the waterfront and the region.

Economy and Employment

Working waterfront industry and trade activities employed moreWorking Waterfront photo than 35,000 people and generated in excess of $3 billion in production during fiscal year 2002. The working waterfront businesses form a strong economic foundation for the region, adding diversity and balance to the region's economy. Average salaries on the working waterfront are nearly $50,000 a year, an important distinction considering 60 percent of jobs created in San Diego County from 2001 through 2003 have had salaries averaging less than $25,000 annually. Working waterfront jobs can support families and provide lifelong careers.

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Current Events

Member News: Pasha Automotive Acquires Horizonís Hawaii Lines
Homeland Security
Keeping the Port Safe