PNW Coastal Freight Corridor
The Port's terminals are supported by large, paved, secured cargo yards, the Port's own on-dock rail system, and more than 104,000 square feet (9,661 square meters) of on-dock covered storage. The marine terminal rail system includes more than 50,000 ft. of rail looping through the marina terminal complex.
The Port’s largest marine terminal, Terminal 4, is a 1400 ft. long berth capable of handling two vessels. Equipped with dockside warehousing, paved uplands, and on-dock rail service, T4 serves as the primary Ro/Ro and breakbulk cargo terminal.
Only an hour and half from open sea, Terminal 3 is a 150 acre marine industrial site with a deep water terminal and on-site rail.
Served by a rail loop, Terminal 2 is a state-of-the-art dry and liquid bulk facility.
Terminal 1 is a barge and liquid loading facility, with adjacent uplands storage area. It provides liquid bulk commodity shipping access to port customers Renewable Energy Group (REG) and Westway Terminal Company.
Port Services & Tariffs
Pilotage and Ship Assist
Experienced pilots expertly guide vessels to berth through the Grays Harbor Navigation Channel. Ship assist is contracted directly through the Port and is provided by:
Brusco Tug & Barge
Line handling and Stevedoring services are available from:
- Jones Stevedoring (360) 533-2561
- Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals, LP (360) 532-8176
- Stevedoring Services of America (360) 532-4650
U.S. Customs services are handled by the Grays Harbor Officer:
- Office: (360) 532-2030
- Cell: (360) 310-0153
- Terminal Tariff No. 1
- Pilotage services tariffs
- Ship assist and launch services tariffs
- Fee summary for AGP Terminal 2 Bulk Loading Facility
- Archived tariffs
Harbor Safety Plan
Download the terminals map.