Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is a 53-acre facility that can handle virtually any cargo from lumber and forest products to steel, machinery and packaged cargoes.


With multi-product capabilities, Terminal 2 offers the advantage of on dock rail and easy access to the interstate highways. We can handle your breakbulk, specialty cargo or bulk products.

Terminal 2 Specifications
  • Multi-product capability: forest products, steel, project cargo, bulk cargoes
  • Direct ship-to-rail transfer
  • Easy access to interstate highways
  • Ro-ro vessel capability at low-level dock
  • Managed by the Port of Portland
Berths 4
Total berth length 2, 695 ft (821 m)
Draft Alongside 37 ft
Covered storage 310,000 sq.ft (28,810 sq. m)
Container/truck scales 4
General purpose/container cranes 2
Lifting Capacity 50-ton (1), 40-ton (1)
Terminal 2 Specifications
Breakbulk at Terminal 2

Import steel rail is an example of a breakbulk cargo handled at Terminal 2. With direct ship to rail facilities, truck and rail loading and two Hitachi gantry cranes, we can handle your heavy lift.

Oversized Cargo

On dock rail provides for efficient handling of oversized project cargo. For decades, we’ve been moving commodities such as steel rail, bulk ores, lumber products and other breakbulk with ease.

cargo at Terminal 2
Dry bulk
Drybulk at Terminal 2

Move your bulk product from direct rail or direct to truck with covered storage that’s adjacent to the terminal dock.

Covered Storage

Terminal 2 has a total of 310,000 square feet of covered storage space in four warehouses, including space with loading dock access to rail. We offer shippers a variety of options for staging and storing cargo.

Warehouse Space at Terminal 2
Rail at Terminal 2

Served by both Union Pacific and BNSF Railway, the terminal has excellent east/west and north/south routes and direct ship to rail transfer.

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