More Than A Port,
We Are Your Partner.

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.

Our Marine Facilities

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.

Watch this three minute video to learn about our marine facilities.

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Autos

The Port of Portland has become a premiere auto gateway, leading the U.S. West Coast for auto exports. Thousands of imports such as Hyundais, Toyotas, and Hondas also make their first stop each year in Portland. Portland’s auto story can be traced back to 1953 with the import of Volkswagens. Since then, well-over 11 million vehicles have come through Port facilities.

Our Partner: Toyota
Our Partner: Toyota
Our Partner: AWC
Our Partner: AWC

The Port of Portland is 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.

Watch this video to learn more about how Portland has become a leading distribution hub.

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Breakbulk

The Port of Portland’s breakbulk and specialty cargo terminals are flexible, multi-product facilities that are well-served by a network of interstate freeways and direct rail service.

Terminal 2
Terminal 2
Terminal 6
Terminal 6
Drybulk

Terminal 2
Terminal 2
Terminal 4
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.

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Containers

Everything from agricultural products to household goods can be shipped by container. Cargo from the Pacific Northwest is often bound for Asia, while incoming goods are moved by truck and rail to customers across the region.

Terminal 6
Terminal 6
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.

Portland's Local Rail Connections
Portland's Local Rail Connections'
North American Rail Connections
North American Rail Connections
Contact Us
Autos, containers, breakbulk and intermodal rail operations
Ken O’Hollaren
Ken O’Hollaren
Marine Marketing Director
503.415.6214
800.547.8411 Ext. 6214
Bulk and breakbulk
Michael Richards
Michael Richards
Bulk & Breakbulk Marketing Manager
503.415.6220
800.547.8411 Ext. 6220
Autos, containers, intermodal rail operations
John Akre
John Akre
Terminal 6 Manager
503.240.2018
800.547.8411 Ext. 2018
Business Development Manager
Robert Smith
Robert Smith
Business Development Manager
503.415.6218
800.547.8411 Ext. 6218
Terminal Manager
Geoff Owen
Geoff Owen
Terminal 2, 4, 5 Manager
503.978.2415
800.547.8411 Ext. 2415
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