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The Port of Seattle Seaport

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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.


  • Naturally deep water port
  • 500+ acres of terminal facilities
  • 8,000 ft of moorage
  • 40-acre grain facility
  • Efficient intermodal infrastructure
  • 17 ocean carriers with direct service to Asia, Europe, Latin America, and domestic markets (Alaska and Hawaii)
  • 13 Super post panamax cranes, including 6 of the largest in North America
A strong working seaport is vital to the economic health of King County and Washington state; four in ten jobs in Washington state are tied to international trade. The Port of Seattle Seaport is instrumental in producing family-wage jobs that are a key driver of job growth and economic prosperity.


RFID tags are required on all drayage trucks. Get details on how to access your required tag here.

Seaport and Marine Facilities

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Interested in how the Seaport operates? Check out our self-guided tour of Seaport cargo facilities. Using this guide and visiting the Port's great parks you can see how the port operates. Download the self-guided tour > 



Green Gateway

Seattle offers the lowest carbon footprint for cargo shipped by sea from Asia to major markets in the Midwest and East Coast.




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  • Marine terminal Information system

    MTIS, an online program, is used to record marine cargo crane activity at any of the port's four container terminals. This is for use by terminal operators only and a login is required.