Capitalizing on ideal transportation connections, the Port of Longview has made significant investments in infrastructure and equipment to establish itself as one of the United States’ premiere West Coast heavy lift leaders.
Three breakbulk berths, combined with mobile harbor cranes and ample storage, allows the Port flexibility in accommodating a wide range of cargo handling needs.
Whether it's project cargo, over-dimensional tanks, modules, wind turbine equipment or generators, customers of the Port can rest easy knowing it has the equipment, proven track record and know-how to meet all of your heavy lift cargo handling needs.
As the only port in the Pacific Northwest with direct-to-rail breakbulk cargo handling services, you can rest assured that you’ll receive the most cost effective service here at the Port of Longview.
Internally, the Port boasts over 15 miles of rail track designed to connect all corners of the Port, store rail cars and provide cargo handling options, such as on-dock rail service.
Linking the Port’s internal rail with the mainline is our dedicated Industrial Rail Corridor, which was designed to connect internal rail line with Class 1 rail without disruption and offer superior service to rail dependent customers.
A VARIETY OF SECURE STORAGE OPTIONS
FOREIGN TRADE ZONE: #120
The Port offers nearly one million square feet of indoor and 30 acres of outdoor FTZ space. Customers can store, assemble, manufacture or process imported goods to delay duties until the cargo is ready to be shipped.
Directly adjacent to breakbulk cargo handling docks is more than 70 acres of open, secured laydown space. Breakbulk and over-sized cargo have ample room to be stored, maneuvered, sorted, loaded and unloaded across the Port’s laydown yard from either rail or truck.
Both on and off dock warehousing is available year round at the Port of Longview. From enclosed transit sheds to our warehouse complex, the Port has ample secure and covered storage to meet your cargo needs.