Port info

Port name: The Port of Hueneme

Port of Hueneme
Oxnard Harbor District
333 Ponoma Street
Port Hueneme, CA 93044-0608

Phone: +1 805 488 3677, Fax: +1 805 488 2620

Port of Hueneme


Terminal info

Terminal name: Pacific Ro-Ro

Berth #5, Hueneme Road
Port Hueneme, CA 93041

Phone: +1 805 986 8400, Fax: +1 805 986 8406
Country: United States

Contact Us
Marine Terminal Operator Schedule

Hours of operation
Monday through Friday 08.00 - 16.30
Closed from 1130 - 13.00 for lunch

Closed on
New Year's Day - January 1
Independence Day - July 4
Bloody Thursday - July 5
Labor Day - September 4
Thanksgiving Day - November 23
Day After Thanksgiving - November 24
Christmas Day - December 25

How to get there
From Los Angeles Int'l Airport (LAX). Exit the airport onto Century Blvd. Take I-405 Freeway North towards Santa Monica Take US-101 Freeway West towards Ventura. Exit US-101 on Las Posas Road in the town of Camarillo. At the end of the Las Posas Road off-ramp, turn left. After approximately 3 miles turn right onto Hueneme Road. Hueneme Road dead ends at the entrance to the terminal after approximately 7 miles.


Make an appointment

No appointments necessary. Crane lifts for export cargo only must be coordinated with the Port Hueneme office (T: 805-488-4000) at least 2 working days prior to delivery. If a crane is used for an export move there will be an additional handling cost to cover additional ILWU labor required for crane lifts. Please call the Port Hueneme office for these costs.

Appointment link


Shipping information

Required Documentation

For All Cargo:
- 1 Dock Receipt

24 Hour running automobile drop-off available at:
Pacific Vehicle Processors
5601 Edison Drive
Oxnard, Ca 93033

For All Cargo:
- 1 Delivery Order

Cargo Info
USDA will inspect all cargo for dirt the day after vessel completes discharge. If your cargo is found dirty then you must make arrangements with USDA +1 805 986 1374 to have your cargo steam cleaned.

If bill of lading is marked "Non-negotiable waybill-simplified delivery" - consignee need only present a picture id. However, if a bill of lading is marked "Negotiable Bill of Lading" consignee must present the original bill of lading - cargo will not be release without this original document. If a person/company other than that named as consignee is to take delivery of the cargo, then such person/company must have an original (photocopy is not acceptable) notarized Power of Attorney from the named consignee in order to take delivery of the cargo (No Exceptions).

Cargo can not be picked up on the day the vessel arrives at port.

Crane appointments required. Contact Cargo Management @ +1 805 271 2260 or +1 805 271 2264

Customs Info
US Customs Code: 2713

Route Maps
Americas to Asia
Europe to Americas


About this Port

The terminal is fully fenced in and the gate is manned 24/7. Video cameras are in use.

Cargo Handling Services, Loading Discharge, Port Services, Receive and delivery, Storage, Vessel loading and unloading (stevedoring), Cargo sorting, prioritization and survey support, Line handling, Terminal receipt and delivery (In gate/Out gate), Yard inventory management/planning, Truck loading/unload (when requested)

Size: 7.3 ha (18.0 acres)
Storage capacity: 3,600 autos
Warehouse - 98,000 sq ft available upon formal request from the Port Authority
Wharf length: South Terminal - One (1) continuous 1,800-linear-foot, deep-draft, concrete piling wharf which provides three (3) 600-foot berths, North Terminal - One (1) continuous 1,450-linear-foot concrete piling wharf which provides two (2) 700-foot deep-draft berths
Depth along side: 9.5m (31 ft 2 in)

Forklifts up to 25 tons capacity
Tug masters up to 100 tons capacity

This site was last updated 2014-12-15