This is the #1 container port in America, situated in San Pedro Bay, around 32km south of downtown L.A.
- One of the largest U.S. container ports by container volume and cargo value
- It covers an area of 7,500 acres of land and water
- Features both passenger and cargo terminals
- Port of Los Angeles moved 9.2 million TEU in 2020
This port is also famous as the Harbor Department of the City of Long Beach. After the Port of Los Angeles, they are the next busiest U.S. container port.
- The second-busiest container port in America
- Offering six container terminals and a trailblazer
- Generates around $100 billion in-trade
This is the port district of the New York-Newark metropolitan area. They are providing terminal operations and stevedore services.
- The busiest port ranked by overall passenger and air freight flights
- Top gateway in the U.S. for international flights
- Maher Terminals operates the largest ports terminal.
They are one of the fastest-growing ports, ranked as the third-busiest seaport in the United States.
- Equipped with facilities for ocean-going vessels line
- Handled 2.3+ million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) of container traffic
- The port is operated by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA)
One of the biggest ports in the world. They are serving Houston, the Texas metropolitan area. This is a 50-mile-long complex of different public and private establishments.
- PHA operate and maintain cargo, waterways, and passenger facilities
- Primarily import and export petroleum and petroleum products
- Managed over 200 million short tons of international cargo
Port of Seattle properties of activities ranging from parks, waterfront real estate, container terminals, and more.
- Connects cargo and passengers to any destination worldwide
- Port activities include commercial fishing, marina facilities, load, and airport
- Handles mega-ships plying the trans-Pacific trades
The Port of Norfolk is one of the largest ports consists of four facilities. It occupies around 648 acres (2.62 km2) area of land.
- Situated 18 miles from the open sea
- Port of Norfolk breaks its previous 30,000 units cargo-volume record.
As an independent seaport, The Port of Tacoma is one of the largest deepwater container ports.
- Mainly focus on reliability, efficiency, and customer service
- Covers approximately 25 thousand acres in port for industrial area
- It consists of deepwater terminals full equipped with modern cargo-handling tools
The port of Charleston is a seaport that consists of six public terminals. This port is owned and operated by the SCPA, or South Carolina Ports Authority.
- Handles all kinds of goods such as containers, project cargo, motor vehicles, non-containerized goods, etc.
- The port also handled bulk commodities like steel, petroleum, and coal
- Managed around 2.55 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) this year
This is a world-class international cargo and transportation hub established in 1927. It was built on the East shore of San Francisco Bay.
- A significant port that builds terminals for container ships
- Composed of three container terminals and two intermodal rail facilities
- Load and unload 99% of containerized goods moving around the region
PortMiami is a major seaport, passenger port, and cargo port in the world. They are situated in Biscayne Bay.
- Contribute around $43 billion for economic engine annually
- Handled about 3 million cruise passengers and more than 1 million TEU’s
This port is one of the foremost economic engines of South Florida. Because they are the gateway for both cruise vacations and international trade.
- Mainly receive petroleum products such as jet fuel and gas
- Specializes cruise, cargo, containerized cargo, and international trade
- More than $28 billion total value of an economic-related activity
This port is an international free trade zone providing complete seaport shipping facilities and services.
- Most significant U.S. fruit and perishable ports
- Composed of two terminals and eight piers
- Around $6.4 million metric tonnages annually
This is a shipping port with extensive facilities for passenger and specialized cargo.
- Around 700 thousand vehicles were handled annually
- Equipped with significant ro-ro (roll-on and roll-off) facilities
- The port is included with five terminal areas
This is an in-demand cruise port and a diverse cargo as its the only operating container port internationally.
- Provide value-added service, rail connectivity, and industrial real estate
- Handled containerized cargo like food products, consumer merchandise, plastic resins
- Record around 840,000 annual TEU capacity
In the Caribbean, this is the largest and busiest cruise port. It is composed of a total of 16 piers, includes four cruise ship piers, two modern terminals, and more.
- Include eight piers for passenger ships and eight docks for cargo ships
- Cargo facilities allow better space for loading and unloading cargo
- Owned, operate, and managed by Port Authority of Puerto Rico
This port is located near the crossroads of the rail and highway network, at the Southeastern U.S.
- Largest container port and vehicle-handling port
- Providing competitive transit times to 140 ports worldwide
- Offer seamless transportation to shippers
This port is a full-service, deep water port and marine terminal providing terminal operations and stevedore services.
- Handled over 400 vessels annually
- Import cargoes like fresh fruits and bananas
- Handling more than 6 million tons of cargo per year
This is a deepwater port situated in Alabama. They were ranked as the 9th largest port by tonnage in 2014.
- Its public terminals handled various cargoes such as containerized, breakbulk, bulk, and more.
- Home private bulk terminal operators
- Around 64.3 million tons trade volume in 2014
This is the largest port in Massachusetts, situated in Boston Harbor. They are operating as a full-service container terminal.
- The main areas of activity are cargo, cruises, and ferry service
- Composed of six piers and 18 wharves
- Handled over 237,000 container TEUs in 2015
This port is a full-service and diversified seaport. They are offering cruise and cargo service to 30+ onsite tenants and users.
- Processing over $14 billion in commodities
- Managed nearly 2.5 million tons of cargo per year
- Capability to handle any size of cargo
The Port of Wilmington operates as a multi-use facility. They are handling several cargoes, such as bulk, breakbulk, and containerized cargoes.
- Its container terminal capacity is 600,000 TEU
- Ability to handle 10 to 15 vessel calls every month
- Equipped with berths and storage areas for general cargo and containers
The Port of Chester provides comprehensive logistics and port services.
- Port facilities include maritime, water, energy, and industrial
- Terminals of the port handled project cargo and containerized cargo
The Port of Gulfport is situated near the confluence of the Tennessee River, occupying 300 acres at deepwater.
- Provide loading and unloading general cargo and dry-bulk materials
- Supports diverse steel service industries
- Deploy more than 400 skilled workers
This seaport is situated southwest of San Diego County, California. They managed a diverse portfolio to generate revenues.
- Facilitates domestic and international goods movement
- Bring nearly 3 million metric tons (long tons and short tons) of cargo annually.
- Specializes in maritime trade and cargo, cruise operation, community service, and more
This deepwater port lies between the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of San Francisco.
- A shipping and receiving port for a wide array of goods
- Loading and unloading bananas, pineapples, agricultural products, and automobiles
- Make cargo moves for liquid bulk, project cargo, perishables, etc
The Port of Tampa Bay provides terminal operations and stevedore services.
- Serving tank ships, container ships, and cruise lines
- Cargo ship roll-on/roll-off ships, bulk, and more others
- In 2019, the port handled over 1 million cruise passengers
This is a fast-growing deepwater seaport in Texas handling over 53 thousand vehicles annually.
- Principal import cargoes include agriculture products, containerized goods, steel, automobiles.
- Exports: crude oil, bulk chemicals, plastic resins, fresh produce, etc.
- Services include state-of-the-art infrastructure, multimodal terminal service, competitive expansion.
The Port of Honolulu is the main container point of entry in the Hawaiian Islands. They provide logistics service and terminal handling services.
- Handling containers, dry bulk, liquid bulk, and breakbulk cargo
- Additional handling capacities are fishing vessels and passengers
- Serving over 80% of imported goods in Hawaii
This is a natural deepwater port founded in 1918. They are situated in Washington state of Port Gardner Bay.
- Providing maritime and marine-related services
- Operates real estate development, public marina, and international seaport
- Port activities contribute over $433 million in state and local taxes
This port is one of the biggest ports for bulk cargo worldwide. They are also the largest in terms of cargo volume in the Western Hemisphere.
- Handling exports of over 60% of all raw grain products
- Imports cargoes like steel, rubber, coffee, and fresh produce
- Managing nearly $70 billion of inbound freight annually
This is a deepwater port with a world-class intermodal transportation facility.
- Top 1 exporter of crude and liquid natural gas
- Ranked as top 4 largest port in the U.S. by tonnage
- Covered 600 thousand sq ft covered storage and bulk cargo terminal
The Port of Hampton Roads is one of the busiest seaports in the U.S. They are exporting products like tobacco and paper products.
- Import include ores, petroleum products, and automobile parts
- Support movement of people and cargo overseas
- Moved more than 2.9 million TEUs of cargo in 2019
The Port of Corpus Christi is located on the western Gulf of Mexico. It has a 36-mile, 47-foot deep channel.
- A primary gateway to domestic and international maritime commerce
- It consists of railroad and highway network connectivity
- Specialties include grain, crude oil, natural gas, and wind energy components
This port ranked as the 10th largest port in terms of tonnage ship in the U.S.
- Offers a complete range of maritime services and modern facilities
- Provide direct access to barge, ship, rail, and truck
- Handled a range of cargo handling services
The Plaquemines Port is positioned at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the Gulf of Mexico, about twenty miles south of New Orleans.
- Serves to expand global markets for chemicals, oil, and gas, coal, grain, etc
- A total of 63.7 million tons of shipping was handled in 2008
- Port terminal can handle 22 thousand TEU class vessels
This port is a busy deepwater seaport positioned in Lake Charles, Louisiana, on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
- Equipped with two marine terminals – Bulk Terminal No.1 and Two industrial parks
- Main cargoes moving are project cargoes, forest products, agricultural food products, and more.
- Provide over $108 billion in industrial projects
The Port of Texas City has served as a gateway for Galveston County for more than 100 years.
- The principal import cargo is crude oil.
- Exports include gas, diesel, petroleum coke, intermediate chemicals, etc
- Dedicated to providing safe, secure, efficient, and profitable port operations
The Port of Huntington Tri-State is positioned on the Ohio River in the state, covering 100 miles.
- The largest inland port and top 15th-biggest river port in the U.S.
- Moving around 36.8 million short tons of freight in 2019
This port is a world-class seaport in Texas that reaches the global markets.
- Provide a full range of maritime services
- Equipped with a modern logistics facility
- Principal import cargoes include forest products, project cargo, steel
The Port of Pittsburgh promotes commercial use and development in inland waterways. It encompasses a 12-county area.
- Supporting more than 200 river terminals
- Provide service to barge industry and shippers
The Port of Richmond is famous as the Richmond Deepwater Terminal, positioned in Richmond, Virginia.
- Handling diversified cargoes
- Expanding its root in breakbulk, dry bulk, and containerized cargo
- Updated services include marine cargo handling, vessel berthing, and property leasing
Established in 1891, The Port of Portland overseeing maritime activities, general aviation, and civil-military airport.
- It consists of four marine terminals.
- Providing container shipping, industrial manufacturing, and more
- Capability to manages five industrial parks
The Port of Paulsboro is one of the busiest ports for marine transfer operations in the nation.
- Specialties in crude oil and petroleum products
- Processing more than 4 million tons of imported steel slabs in 2017
- Handling nearly two million tons of steel products per year
This port consists of several major port facilities. It can carry 16,300 tons of goods.
- Equipped with two terminals – Iroquois Landing Lakefront Terminal and Lake Calumet terminal
- Focus on economic activities and employment through generating and expanding service
This port ranked as the second-largest port on the Mississippi River. They are the fifth largest inland port in the States.
- It consists of 5 public terminals with 11 berths.
- Terminal facilities moving products include grains, fertilizers, petroleum, cement, and more.
- Generating more than $9.2 billion of annual economic effect
This port is one of the largest seaports in Michigan. It is located along the west side of the Detroit River.
- Traveled over 200 million tons of cargo every year
- Composed of multiple marine terminals
- Handled general, liquid cargo, bulk cargo, and passengers
- Principal commodities the port handled are cement, stone, and coal
The Port of Longview., established in 1921 on the Columbia River in southwestern Washington, US.
- Equipped with eight marine terminals and waterfront industrial property
- Provide breakbulk cargo handling and bulk cargo handling
- Specialties include heavy lift, warehousing, maritime, roll-on/roll-off cargo, etc
This port is a bulk freight and container shipping port situated at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River on Lake Erie in the city.
- 3rd largest port by annual tonnage
- Specializes in maritime, logistics, environment, and infrastructure
- Moved 13 million tons of cargo annually
Established in 1825, the Port of Galveston is self-sustaining, consists of the Galveston Ship Channel.
- Only port to accommodate port vacation cruise ships
- Principal cargoes include machinery, containers, military-related cargoes
- Handle more than 2 million cruise passengers and 4 million short tons