The Port handles a wide mix of cargoes that include containerized, bulk, breakbulk and Roll-on/Roll-off, or RoRo, cargo. Containerized cargo includes aerospace parts, consumer products and other commodities. Bulk cargo includes cement and logs. Breakbulk cargo is too large for standard containers, and typically consists of products such as excavators, windmill blades, etc. RoRo cargo is wheeled and tracked cargo, such as excavators, semi-trucks and trailers.
Port operations use equipment such as container cranes, mobile harbor cranes, reach stackers, top picks and forklifts to handle this equipment. Recently, the Port acquired two new Linde top picks to better move the cargo that comes across the Everett docks.
The Port of Everett shipping terminals consist of approximately 100 acres, and a portion of that acreage is leased to Port Customers. Some of the tenants that lease property from the Port include Lehigh Northwest Cement Company and Dunlap Towing Company. The Port also has agreements with The Boeing Company, three international shipping lines and Lehigh Northwest Cement Company to bring regular cargoes through the Port of Everett. More information on the Portís customers and tenants.