The Port of Portland oversees three airports, four marine terminals and five business parks. The Portland harbor exports the largest volume of wheat in the United States. The Columbia River is the third largest grain exporting center in the world. In addition, the Port is also the third largest auto import gateway in the country and the fifth largest port on the West Coast for Export tonnage.
At a glance
- Marine Facilities
- Terminal 4 — A multipurpose, 262-acre facility featuring four ship berths (total berth length is 3,070 feet/936 meters with a draft alongside of 40 feet) capable of handling a variety of cargoes including autos and dry bulks.
- Terminal 5 — Terminal 5 and its 159 acres hosts a rapid-handling grain elevator operated by Columbia Grain and a potash export facility operated by Portland Bulk Terminals for Canpotex. Facilities include two berths with a total berth length of 5,250 ft (1,600 m) and a draft alongside of 43 feet. Terminal acreage covers 159 acres (4 hectares).
- Terminal 6 — A multipurpose, 419 acre facility that features 5 ship berths (total berth length is 3,713 ft/1,132 m with drafts from 35 to 43 feet) and an on-dock rail yard. Shippers can move their product by rail or sea at our most versatile terminal. With almost 200 acres of multi-use space and an intermodal yard, we keep containers and project cargo moving. Direct rail service includes a regular shuttle to the Puget Sound ports.
- Airport Facilities
- Portland International Airport (PDX) handles more than 19 million travelers. Amenities include include food and drink, advertising, rental cars, express health care, currency exchange, spa services, movies and more.
- Hillsboro Airport is Oregon’s second busiest airport and home to 25 businesses. Hillsboro has three runways (6,600-feet, 3,821-feet and 3,600-feet), an FAA air traffic control tower and an instrument landing system.
- Troutdale Airport, located on the east side of Portland, at the gateway to the scenic Columbia River Gorge, is a flight training and recreational airport with increasing opportunities for business aviation. Troutdale has one runway (5,400 feet), an FAA contract air traffic control tower and 15 businesses operating on-airport.
- Business Parks
- Troutdale Reynolds Industrial Park — A 700-acre former brownfield site transformed into a thriving industrial park. An additional 350 acres has been preserved and developed as a natural wetlands mitigation site.
- Gresham Vista Business Park — located 14 miles east of Portland, Gresham Vista Business Park makes an ideal location for manufacturing, technical services, food processing, logistics and commercial/retail/office mixed development. This 221-acre property boasts over 1.7 million square feet of industrial space and is home to users from Subaru to Element Six. The park also features connected multi-use paths and protected open space.
- Portland International Center / Cascade Station — Located adjacent to Portland International Airport along I-205 and Airport Way, Portland International Center is a large, mixed-use, master-planned business park. The 458-acre site features Class “A” office space, lodging, flex space, warehousing and light manufacturing.
- Rivergate Industrial District — Located at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and nine miles northwest of downtown Portland, Rivergate is Oregon’s primary gateway for international trade. It offers easy access to freeways, railroads and marine terminals. At 2,800 acres, Rivergate is Portland’s largest industrial park with more than 14 million square feet of buildings.
- Swan Island Industrial Park — Located close-in to downtown Portland, the 430-acre Swan Island Industrial Park is a major corporate center and hub for distribution, warehousing and manufacturing activities. Swan Island is home to approximately 170 businesses.
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