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  • Port of Anacortes.
  • Port of Bellingham.
  • Port of Everett.
  • Port of Olympia.
  • Port of Port Angeles.
  • Port of Seattle.
  • Port of Tacoma.

Founded in 1911 by a vote of the people as a special purpose government, the Port of Seattle’s mission is to promote economic opportunities and quality of life in the region by advancing trade, travel, commerce, and job creation in an equitable, accountable, and environmentally responsible manner.

The Port owns and operates Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Fishermen’s Terminal — home of the North Pacific fishing fleet — and public marinas. The Port also owns two cruise ship terminals, a grain terminal, real estate assets, and marine cargo terminals through its partnership in the Northwest Seaport Alliance.

Port operations help support nearly 200,000 jobs and $7 billion in wages throughout the region. Over the next 17 years, the port’s Century Agenda seeks to create an additional 100,000 jobs through economic growth while becoming the nation’s leading equitable, green, and energy-efficient port.

Talon Marine Services LLC
14900 Interurban Avenue, S. – Suite 271
Seattle, Washington 98168 USA
Ph – 206 674-4584 (24hr)
Fx – 888 217-9288
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The Port functions under the direction of seven commissioners appointed by the governor and confirmed by the legislature. Its three areas of activity are aviation, maritime trade, and land development. It operates the Portland International Airport and maintains three marine terminals on the Willamette River (T-2, T-4, and T-5) and one on the Columbia (T-6). The Port is also the developer of several industrial parks, including Rivergate, Swan Island, Troutdale, and Portland International Center.

Talon Marine Services
Columbia River Operations
2303 North Randolph Avenue
Suite #4
Portland, Oregon 97227 USA
Ph – 503 482-6966 (24hr)
Fx – 888 217-9288
Email – PDX@TalonShips.Com



The Port of Grays Harbor operates 4 deep-water terminals with 5 berths. Experienced pilots expertly guide vessels to berth through the Grays Harbor Navigation Channel with support from contracted ship assist.

Terminal 1 is a liquid bulk terminal, with adjacent upland storage areas. It provides liquid bulk commodity shipping access to port customers Renewable Energy Group (REG) and BWC Terminals. Berth depth of -41 feet ( – 12.49 meters ) MLLW480 feet long (146 meters) Apron width 50 feet (15 meters) On-site rail loop Foreign Trade Zone #173

Terminal 2 operates as a bulk loading facility. The Port partners with Ag Processing Inc. (AGP), a leading agribusiness engaged in procuring, processing, marketing, and transporting of oilseeds, grains, and related products. The facility offers the ability to go direct-to-vessel with enclosed conveyors that transport product from the receiving building through a sampler and inline scales into the vessel, as well as storage for 64,000 metric tons of product. 600 feet long (183 meters) Apron width 100 feet (30.5 meters) 75 acres (30 hectares) paved, secured cargo yard and near dock warehousing Foreign Trade Zone #173

Only one and a half hours from open ocean, Terminal 3 offers deep-water access with on-site rail connection to both Class 1 railroads, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific through Genesee & Wyoming’s Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad Terminal 3 is linked to Interstate 5 via a four-lane state highway. The site has electrical service, natural gas, industrial water and wastewater treatment capacity. Additional acreage may be available from the City of Hoquiam and neighboring private property owners. Deepwater berth -38 to -40 feet, requires yearly maintenance 600 feet long (183 meters) Apron width 120 feet (35.5 meters) 18-foot height 1 1/2 hours from deep water ocean Foreign Trade Zone #173

Put our Omni-Terminal to work for you! Terminal 4 is the Port’s main general cargo terminal. We welcome breakbulk, Ro/Ro, OHOW, project cargo and more. Terminal 4 features over 100,000 sq. ft. of dried, covered warehouse space; two rail loops with on-dock rail access, additional ladder tracks and 120 acres of paved cargo yard. The rail has service to BNSF and UP railroads. Self-scouring twin deep water berths with water depth at -41 feet (-12.5 meters) MLLW 1,400 feet long (427 meters) Apron width 100 feet (30.5 meters) On-dock rail and warehousing Fully fenced, secured and capable of vessel operation 7 days a week 24 hours a day Foreign Trade Zone #173 Rail loop servicing terminal can handle unit trains of cargo Linked to I-5 by a four lane highway Two hours from deep water ocean Secure Shipping and Storage The Port of Grays Harbor provides shippers with more than 100 acres of secured outdoor storage, plus 100,000 sq. ft. of warehousing, all adjacent to two deep-water marine berths equipped with on-dock rail.

Talon Marine Services LLC

P.O. Box 183
Grays Harbor, Washington 98520 USA

(360) 580-4406

(888) 217-9288


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