GENERAL CARGO

When it comes to moving cargo, the Port of Mobile has the infrastructure and capabilities in place to be your gateway to all of North America. With 33 berths comprising nearly four miles of berth length, the main docks handle a variety of cargo types – from steel to grain, from cement to finished vehicles, from project cargo and forest products. 

  • 2.4 million square feet of covered warehouse space
  • 2.4 million square feet of open storage area
  • Direct on dock access to nine railroads 
  • 1,000-foot turning basin 
  • 40-foot deep water draft
  • Intermodal and multimodal connectivity 
  • Intracoastal waterway access
  • On-dock refrigerated storage
Why Mobile

When it comes to moving cargo, the Port of Mobile has the infrastructure and capabilities in place to be your gateway to all of North America. With 33 berths comprising nearly four miles of berth length, the main docks handle a variety of cargo types – from steel to grain, from cement to finished vehicles, from project cargo and forest products. 

Specifications
  • 2.4 million square feet of covered warehouse space
  • 2.4 million square feet of open storage area
  • Direct on dock access to nine railroads 
  • 1,000-foot turning basin 
  • 40-foot deep water draft
  • Intermodal and multimodal connectivity 
  • Intracoastal waterway access
  • On-dock refrigerated storage

Bags, boxes, crates, drums, barrels, oversized equipment and more.

After all, not everything can fit in a container.

The cargo capabilities at the main docks of the Port of Mobile include breakbulk and bulk cargo, each able to be imported and exported efficiently and reliably. Additionally the port just opened a new, state-of-the-art $60 million roll on/roll off automotive terminal.

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Forest Products

We put the go in cargo.

The warehouse and pier space available at the main docks accommodate all variety of forest products, as well as a dockside rail facility that allows products to come in from mainline carriers.

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Project Cargo

Bring it. We can take it. 

With ample lay down space, a barge mounted heavy lift crane and in-house engineering and technical expertise, the Port of Mobile ensures your move is safe and successful.

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Barge-mounted heavy lift crane, Heavy lift crane, Super post Panamax crane, Post Panamax crane, Mobile Container Terminal, APMT, McDuffie Coal Terminal, Metallurgical coal, Alabama Steel Terminal, Connectivity , Rail Access, On dock cold storage, Cold storage facilities, Real estate, Commercial development, Mobile River, Mobile Bay, Rail Ferry

Automobiles

Where success rolls in and out in record time. 

The Port of Mobile just completed a new state-of-the-art $60 million vehicle roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) terminal including a vehicle processing center. The AutoMobile International Terminal supports the strong and growing automotive industry in the southeast.

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