Pacific Maritime Group used its local assets to assist with incoming cargo to Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal. The windmill blades were imported from China and are approximately 220-feet long, the longest pieces of cargo ever processed at the Port of San Diego. They are destined for a wind energy farm in the Mojave Desert. The Port has the flexibility and expertise to process large specialty cargo like this with abundant lay-down space available at our Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal. Learn more about the Port's Special Advantage at portofsandiego.org/cargo.