Port of Grays Harbor

  • Channel Deepening Fall 2015.
  • Explore Friends Landing
  • PGH facilities generates over 5,700 jobs.
  • Port of Grays Harbor.
  • PGH T-4:  PNW's Growing Omni-Terminal.
  • Experts in shipping over-high, over-wide cargoes.
  • Trains on dock at terminal 4.
  • Gain loading at terminal 2.
  • Westport marina.
  • Plane landing at Bowerman field.
  • Liquid bulk terminal 1.

Vessel Schedule

SHIP DATE TERMINAL
Global Hero 6/16 T4
Canary 6/19 T2
Ken Toku 6/25 T2
Hyundai Leader #106 6/28 T4
Sakhara Lotus 6/29 T1
Lake Kivu 7/7 T4
Medi Bangkok 7/10 T2
Carrera 7/16 T4
Canopus Leader 7/18 T4
Vessel schedules are subject to change.

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News

Port of Grays Harbor and Satsop Business Park Announce Summer Public Tour Dates

June 2015 - The summer tour program offers the public a first-hand look at the marine terminals and industrial properties that support thousands of jobs in Grays Harbor.

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Grays Harbor Navigation Improvement Project’s Project Partnership Agreement signing celebrated

May 2015 - Port of Grays Harbor Commissioners and staff celebrated a pivotal milestone with the signing of the Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) for the Grays Harbor Navigation Improvement Project on Tuesday, May 26, 2015, at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Seattle District Headquarters.

Turbine Building available for lease at Satsop Business Park

April 2015 - If ‘big’ is your business, then the Satsop Business Park’s Turbine Building is the place for you.The Turbine Building is now available for lease after being occupied the last five years by a tank manufacturing company.

Friends Landing now taking reservations for 2015 camping season

March 2015 - The Port of Grays Harbor’s newest waterfront access facility, Friends Landing, is now taking reservations for the 2015 camping season.

Partnerships lead to record activity levels

February 2015 - Port of Grays Harbor video focuses on the partnerships that create jobs, make the investments, train the workforce and generate business activity on Washington’s Pacific Coast.

Economic impact of the Port of Grays Harbor analyzed: Over 5,700 jobs and $564 million in business revenue generated

October 2014 - Activities of the Port of Grays Harbor’s marine terminals, marina, airport and industrial properties generated over 5,700 jobs and $564 million in business revenues according to a study conducted by Martin Associates based on 2013 data. Download the report.

Crude By Rail Projects Proposed at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3

2013 - The Port of Grays Harbor, Washington's only deep water port on the Pacific Coast, is considering projects to develop crude oil export facilities.