Customers across the globe trust the Port to manage their supply chain needs through our expanding dock and laydown yard facilities, whether by vessel, railroad or truck.

Five multi-purpose cargo docks are available for loading and unloading all your breakbulk cargo, including wind turbine components, steel pipe, flat steel, containers, Ro/Ro cargo, super-sacks, heavy lift, and project cargo.






All dockside drafts range from 34-ft to 45-ft, and connect to three Class 1 Railroads (BNSF, KCS and UP) via the Port’s third-party short line railroad company (CCPN), connecting directly to major State and Interstate Highways for uncongested road transport.

The Southside Terminal is 173,000 sq. ft. of covered storage and a 76-acre of open storage yard; the Northside Terminal is 122,000 sq. ft. of covered storage and a 36-acre open storage yard adjacent to the 25-acre Rincon West Yard. Railroad connectivity is located on both.

By Q4 2019, the installation and commissioning of a new Liebherr 550 rail-mounted crane at Bulk Dock 1 will be completed, with capability of unloading cargo weighing up to 144 tons. The new crane will allow for unique versatility and flexibility in handling breakbulk and containerized cargo.