Established in 1891, the Port of Portland owns four marine terminals, five industrial parks, and three airports — all located on the U.S. West Coast in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. The Port offers access to and from domestic and international markets with easy access to the region’s major rivers, railways, roads and runways. At its deep-draft marine terminals, the Port of Portland handles breakbulk, autos, containers, grain, mineral bulk and liquid bulk, with total throughput of more than 8 million tons each year. With accessibility, agility, capacity and reliability, the Port provides personalized customer service and custom-fit solutions.
Michael Richards, Breakbulk Manager