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South Terminal

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South Terminal features a 700-foot wharf, dredged to minus 40 feet mean low low water (MLLW). This facility services the world’s largest Ro/Ro ships and accommodates a variety of general and breakbulk cargoes including aerospace, military, agricultural, cars, trucks, mining energy and construction equipment. The Port is working on phased facility upgrades to strengthen and expand the dock, complete electrical upgrades, including the addition of shore power, and installation of two, 100-foot gauge container cranes. 

Click here to view the South Terminal Modernization Project page. 



  • A 700-foot wharf berth (213 meters)
  • A 900-foot ro/ro berth (274 meters)
  • Depth at wharf -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 110 feet X 700 apron (34 X 230 meters)
  • Paved concrete deck and pilings
  • 22,000 square feet of transit shed
  • 13 acres paved and lighted yard space
  • Terminal rail spur connects into BNSF Mainline

 South Terminal