Baltimore Port and Terminals

Dundalk Marine Terminal  

Contact: Dundalk Marine Terminal
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
Tel: 410.288.8668
Size: 570 acres
Berths: 13
1 – 4: 2,535 ft. (772.7m); Depth - 34 ft. (10.4 m)
5 – 6: 1,265 ft. (385.6m); Depth - 45 ft. (13.72m)
7 – 10: total 2,818 ft. (858.9m); Depth - 42 ft. (12.8 m)
11 – 13: total 2,874 ft. (876 m); Depth - 42 ft. (12.8 m)
Roll on/Roll off platforms located between Berths 8 and 9 and at Berth 13
Cranes: 10 container
2 gantry
Access: 1.5 miles (2.4 km) to I-695
2.5 miles (4.0 km) to I-95
Yard Storage Capacity: 8,012 TEU
General: Port of Baltimore’s largest and most versatile general cargo facility
Ports America is the operator on behalf of the Maryland Port Administration

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Dundalk Marine Terminal -- Shed 3, Ports America Packaging  

Contact: Ports America Packaging
Dundalk Marine Terminal
Shed 3
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21222
Tel: 443.667.4066; 443.271.8942
Size: 112,000 sq. ft of warehouse space
Equipment: Forklifts with single-lift capacity of 52,000 lbs
Four point top-loading single lift capacity of 80,000 lbs Heavy Lift crane availability
Security: 24 hours security; fenced property
Yard Storage Capacity: 63 acres of lighted outside secure storage
General: On-dock shed (reducing permit and drays costs
Export boxing and crating (ISPM-15 compliant)
Oversize cargo handling
Overweight container handling
Container loading and stripping
Flat-rack loading and stripping
Open-top loading and stripping
Breakbulk packaging services
Shrink-wrapping/Stretch wrapping
Export skidding
Vacuum packing/vapor barrier/VCI protection
Mil-spec packaging
Cradling for boats, tanks, etc.

 

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Seagirt Marine Terminal

Contact: Tel: 410.288.8602
www.pachesapeake.com
Size: Total terminal area is 284 acres (112 ha)
Berths:
1 – 3: 3,127 ft. (953.0 m); Depth - 45ft. (13.7m)
4 1,225 ft; Depth - 50 ft (15.2m)  
Barge Berth: 700 ft. (213.4 m); Depth - 32 ft. (9.8 m)
Cranes: Four super-post Panamax cranes, seven post Panamax cranes, including three dual hoist cranes, and 12 rubber tired gantry cranes, boasts an average of 37 moves per hour at this terminal, one of the fastest and most efficient on the U.S. east coast.
Access: Near dock rail with 6 daily trains
Terminal is located 2 miles (3.2km) to I-95
2.0 miles (3.2 km) to I-695
General: Leased and operated by Ports America Chesapeake
Fully operational: New Berth IV featuring 50 ft of draft and 4 super-post-Panamax cranes

Currently handling 565,000 TEU’s a year, Seagirt’s practical yard layout places the storage area directly behind the berths, further increasing the productivity of the vessel loading and discharge operations.

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