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The Port of Seattle’s Seaport is one of the most diverse in the United States. It is home to a wide range of maritime activities that brings trade to the region and generates thousands of jobs.
 
The seaport is made up of 1,543 acres of waterfront land and nearby properties including container terminals, general purpose/cargo terminals, foreign trade zone, break-bulk cargo and refrigerated cargo and storage.
 

Terminal Gate & Operator Information

Please find important updates on our terminals at their dedicated websites.  You will be able to access information on gate hours, container availability, export receiving, empties, and other important details.
 
Below are the web addresses and details on how to create a login. We encourage you to check these websites to get the latest terminal information. 

TTI- Terminal 46

Instructions to sign up for login:
1.       Go to “sign up” on the top portion of the website’s homepage
2.       Complete application (be sure to check the box for TTI Seattle)
3.       TTI Administrator will approve login
 

SSA- Terminal 18

Instructions to sign up for login:
1.       Go to “New Member? Start here”
2.       Select Company type
3.       Select Company name (you will need to add your company name if it does not already exist)
4.       Complete application
5.       Tideworks Admin will approve registration
 

SSA- Terminal 30

Instructions to sign up for login:
1.       Go to “New Member? Start here”
2.       Select Company type
3.       Select Company name (you will need to add your company name if it does not already exist)
4.       Complete application
5.       Tideworks Admin will approve registration
 

EModal (for terminal announcements)

Instructions to sign up for login:
1.       Click “Register Now”
2.       Complete registration Form

Highlights

  • Naturally deep water port
  • 500+ acres of terminal facilities
  • 8,000 ft of moorage
  • 40-acre grain facility
  • Fast intermodal infrastructure
  • 17 ocean carriers with direct service to Asia, Europe, Latin America, and domestic markets (Alaska and Hawaii). 
  • Dockside mobile cranes