At the Port of Portland, partnership is our passion. We study your products and markets, then work with you to develop custom shipping solutions that deliver bottom line results. From agriculture to autos, bulk minerals to big machinery, if you are seeking access to international or U.S. markets, we’re the partner for you.
If you are looking for a partner that is accessible, reliable, agile and offers you room to grow, look no further than the Port of Portland. This three minute video describes our marine facilities. Play video
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For more than six decades, cars have rolled into Portland off of massive, purpose built ships like these. Ships today bring in thousands of vehicles from Japan and Korea, and can take advantage of backhaul across the Pacific as more Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) export vehicles.
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Our Partner: Toyota
Since 1971, Toyota has maintained an auto import and processing facility at the Port of Portland¹s Terminal 4 to handle Toyotas, Scions and Lexus vehicles. This 45-year partnership has led to several facility expansions and improvements. Today, Toyota’s Terminal 4 location handles more than 10,000 vehicles per month and has been designated the first industrial facility to earn LEED Gold and Salmon Safe certifications.
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Our Partner: AWC
“We call on customers together all the time, we talk to manufacturers about the benefits of coming to Portland. It’s one of our favorite Ports because of the people we have relationships with.”
Ben Seher, co-president, AWC
The Port of Portland is a premiere auto gateway, ranking No. 1 on the U.S. West Coast for exports. Thousands of vehicles roll in and out of port terminals to foreign markets and from domestic manufacturers. Learn more about how Portland has become a leading distribution hub. Play Video
Marine Partners - Breakbulk
Terminal 2 is a 53-acre facility that can handle virtually any cargo from lumber and forest products to steel, machinery and packaged cargoes. T-2 is considered one of the most modern and efficient multipurpose marine facilities on the U.S. West Coast. Minutes from downtown Portland, it’s a hub of efficiency. A true multi-use facility, Terminal 2 handles bulk and breakbulk cargo, specialty cargo and is ro/ro capable.
Marine Partners - Breakbulk
Forest products, steel, ore, dry bulks, project cargo, generators, transformers and more are a perfect fit at Terminal 2.
This three minute video describes the Port of Portland facilities at Terminal 2.
Marine Partners - Drybulk
Terminal 4 is a multipurpose, 262-acre facility that features seven ship berths capable of handling a variety of cargoes including autos, forest products, steel, and dry and liquid bulks. Onsite operations include auto imports at the vehicle distribution center for Toyota Logistics Services, a soda ash export facility and liquid bulk terminal for International Raw Materials.
This three minute video describes the Port of Portland facilities at Terminal 4.
This is the story of Oregon wheat, typically soft white wheat grown in the vast expanses of Eastern Oregon, and in lush Willamette River Valleys. Wheat from these diverse regions has a common trait. It helps feed a hungry world. Which means it must travel from farm to river to terminals at the Port of Portland…and on to the world. Play Video
Intermodal Logistics
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
We acquire, preserve and manage a large portfolio of land suited to transportation, manufacturing, and logistics and are one of the region’s largest developers of industrial and business parks. Within our 10,000 acres of property holdings, we oversee five business parks that offer businesses fast, efficient access to markets via nearby airports, deep-draft marine terminals, transcontinental rail lines, interstate freeways, and a river system that stretches from the Pacific Ocean to Idaho.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
Portland offers competitive transit time to key U.S. destinations including Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Memphis, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Omaha, St. Louis and the Ohio Valley.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
Our business parks are home to more than 400 companies, including manufacturing, warehousing and distribution facilities for clothing, shoes, tires, household goods and food.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
Portland’s marine facilities feature on-dock rail connections and are well served by efficient and modern main line and short line rail connections. Together, the Port, the state of Oregon, city of Portland, tenants and railroads have invested heavily in a number of rail yards, overpasses, new trackage and related projects that have improved capacity, velocity and safety throughout Rivergate Industrial District and the surrounding region. Click here to enlarge map
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
Portland offers competitive transit time to key U.S. destinations including Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Memphis, Minneapolis, Salt Lake City, Omaha, St. Louis and the Ohio Valley. Click here to enlarge map
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
The 222-acre-site surrounds the existing ON Semiconductor campus and is comprised of eleven developable lots with a mix of land zoned for commercial, mixed use, residential and industrial. Of the 222 total acres, 203 are zoned and developable industrial acres. In partnership with the City of Gresham, the Port has created a master plan for the site to attract investment by traded sector companies that sell products and services globally.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
700 acres near I-84, former brownfield site now home to major logistics and distribution provider; targeting manufacturing.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
2,800 acres near I-5, two marine terminals, BNSF and Union Pacific railroads. Prime location for manufacturing, warehousing and distribution.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
458 acres along I-205, including 120 acres of retail, office and hotel development in Cascade Station; 338 acres of industrial development served by TriMet MAX light rail.
Marine Partners - Intermodal Logistics
430 acres near I-5, Union Pacific Railroad. Includes office, and light and heavy industrial users.
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