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Terminal Operations

Feb. 26

Operations at our terminals resumed Feb. 21. We are uncertain how long it will take to move the remaining cargo on our docks and awaiting vessels, and to assess the effects this has had on our gateway.

For more information, read the FAQ about West Coast ports.

Feb. 22

The ports of Seattle and Tacoma are relieved to hear of the tentative deal between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and Pacific Maritime Association. Read more in the joint statement.

Please see terminal links to the left of this page for terminal contact information.

 

Container Terminals

 The Port of Seattle has invested over $1.2B to upgrade our four container terminal facilities, which cover 500+ acres, and supporting road infrastructure.
 

The port’s naturally deep harbor has the terminal and rail capacity to accommodate growth. With high velocity marine and rail terminals, we can handle your business reliably, efficiently and cost effectively while delivering superior service. A combination of on-dock and near-dock rail facilities offers flexibility. We offer fast intermodal infrastructure and fast transfer from ship to rail.
 
The Port of Seattle has a wide range of sailing options from 17 ocean carriers, which offer direct services to/from Asia, Europe, and Latin America. We also serve the domestic markets of Alaska and Hawaii.

South Harbor

Download the South Harbor map here (PDF)