The Port of Oakland loads and discharges more than 99% of the containerized goods moving through Northern California. Oakland's cargo volume makes it the seventh busiest container port in the United States based on Calendar Year 2016 data. San Francisco Bay ranks among the three principal Pacific Coast gateways for U.S. containerized cargoes, along with Los Angeles and Long Beach in southern California and Seattle and Tacoma (Northwest Seaport Alliance) in the Pacific Northwest. In 2016, about 77% of Oakland's trade was with Asia. Europe accounted for 12%, Australia/New Zealand and Oceania about 2%, and other foreign economies about 1%. About 7% of Oakland's trade is domestic (Hawaii and Guam) and military cargo. California's three major container ports carry approximately 50% of the nation's total container cargo volume.