The Port of Vancouver USA is a multi-purpose port authority located in Vancouver, Washington along the banks of the Columbia River and has much to offer companies looking to expand or relocate in the Pacific Northwest.
The port has over 1,000 acres available for expansion and development of heavy and light industry, manufacturing, distribution warehousing, research and business-park uses. The port also has versatile cargo handling facilities, a skilled labor force, personal customer service, and extensive transportation networks.
The port's convenient hub of marine, rail, highway and air cargo transportation connections offer real competitive advantages.
The Port of Vancouver USA has handled a variety of bulk and break bulk cargoes since 1912.
We are a regional logistics load center for the transportation network of the Pacific Northwest situated in Columbia River's deep draft channel, the port forms a natural gateway to the river-barge ports of Eastern Oregon/Washington and Northern Idaho
Offering 13 deep draft vessel berths. The port is served by numerous river and ocean-going barge lines.
The port is located within two miles of Interstate 5 and within 10 miles of Interstate 84, the interstate heading east. Many local and interstate trucking lines regularly serve the port.
The port is served by Burlington Northern Santa Fe,Union Pacific Railroads, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railroads.
Portland International Airport is located within 15 minutes.
Camera and video surveillance adds to the heightened level of security at port facilities.
Agents, linesmen, tugboat services, bunkering services and ship stores are available locally. There is an ILWU Local in Vancouver. The area's major stevedoring companies operate at the port.
The port handles a broad range of cargoes, including general, breakbulk, project and direct transfer cargoes, containers, automobiles, forest products, steel and aluminum products, liquid bulks, and a number of dry bulk commodities such as bauxite, mineral ores, concentrates, fertilizers, sands, clays, grains and other bulk agricultural commodities.
The port has 600 acres (242.8 hectares) of developed industrial and marine property, another 1,080 acres (437 hectares) of land, including an additional 1.5 miles (2.4 km) of waterfront access, available for future marine and industrial development.
We offer a range of services that enable us to accommodate unique cargoes, specialized handling processes, or the specific requirements of an industrial client, from permitting to siting; the port is always updating and refining these services to anticipate the special needs of all our customers. In addition, other available services include water, lights, taxi, telephone, electricity and emergency response services.
The port has 1,034,610 square feet (96,115 square meters) of dockside warehousing for general cargo and 160,000 square feet (14,864 square meters) of bulk storage warehouses. In addition, the port maintains 250 acres (101.2 hectares) of open storage and marshaling yards adjacent to the docks.
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