The Port of Everett is a natural deep-water port that currently operates eight berths. Since the early 1980s, the Port has handled several hundred thousand tons of various commodities annually. Recently, the Port’s shipping terminals have had a dramatic increase in containerized and breakbulk business. In 2005, the Port signed three new international shipping lines: Far Eastern Shipping Company (FESCO), Eastern Car Liner (ECL) and Westwood Shipping Lines. In 2006, the Port signed an agreement with Lehigh Northwest Cement Company to utilize the bulk unloading system for cement distribution.
The Port of Everett expects to see approximately 180 ships pass through the Port in 2008.
Port of Everett Terminal Features:
Pacific Terminal 100' x 650' apron (30 x 198 meters). Usable berth length 650 feet (198 meters) Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters) 9 acres paved and lighted
Pier 3 – North & South 120' x 750' apron (37 x 229 meters) Usable berth length 1,300 feet (396 meters) Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters) *Paved concrete deck and piling *13 acres paved land storage *55,000 ton dome
Pier 1 – North & South 140' x 700' apron (43 x 213 meters) Dock side rail service Usable berth length 1,200 feet (366 meters) Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters) *36,000 sq foot chill facility with rail siding (3,348 sq meters) *8 acres paved land storage
Hewitt Terminal- 1 berth 40 x 700' apron (12 x 230 meters) Useable berth length 700 feet (213 meters) Depth at pier -25 MLLW (-7.6 meters) *Paved concrete deck and pilings *36,000 sq ft chill warehouse (3,348 sq meters) *13 acres paved land storage *55,000 ton alumina dome
South Terminal Useable berth length 705 feet (215 meters) Depth at pier -39 MLLW (-12 meters) It also has a dolphin berth, with a 655-foot usable length and is dredged to minus 40-feet MLLW.