Port of New Orleans facilities include 40 berths, 20 million square feet of cargo-handling area, six ship-to-shore gantry cranes and more than 3.1 million square feet of covered storage area. Port NOLA’s container facilities are located at its upriver terminals at the Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal Complex, while breakbulk facilities are located upriver, downriver and on the Inner Harbor.

Containers

   Napoleon Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Ports America, LLC

504.894.6300

New Orleans Terminal, LLC
504.648.6201

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

99.5 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Containers

PROJECT DEPTH

45 feet (13.7 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

2

LENGTH OF BERTH

2,000 feet total

TOTAL ACREAGE

65 acres

GANTRY CRANES

6 gantry cranes

RAILROAD CONNECTION

On-dock rail at Mississippi River Intermodal Terminal with access to six Class I railroads

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

BARGE CONNECTION

Weekly container-on-barge service calls at the Container Terminal

SPECIAL FEATURES

840,000 annual TEU capacity; Load bearing capacity: 1,000 psf live load (ability to stack containers 5 high); 48-acre marshalling yard; Advanced Gate Appointment System with transponders to track truck movements; Reefer plugs: 304 units (40-foot); 15 refrigerated container receptacles with 450 electrified slots; Expansion footprint provides capacity up to 1.5 million TEUs per year.

   Nashville Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Ports America, LLC

504.894.6300

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

Mile 99.8 to 101.1 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Heavy-lift, project cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

Nashville A: 35 ft; Nashville B: 40 ft; Nashville C: 45 ft

NO. OF BERTHS

11 (1 container berth)

LENGTH OF BERTH

4,345 feet (1,324 meters) total

TOTAL ACREAGE

103 acres

GANTRY CRANES

Access to four gantry cranes at parts of Nashville B & six at Nashville C

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by the New Orleans Public Belt on front and rear apron; on-dock rail access at MRIT

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

EQUIPMENT

Three mobile harbor cranes with up to 150-ton capacity; one floating crane with 25-metric-ton capacity

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Ro/Ro capacity at two locations

   Milan Street

TERMINAL OPERATORS

New Orleans Terminal, LLC

504.648.6201

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

99.1 & 99.4 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Breakbulk cargo & used as container freight station for New Orleans Terminal’s Napoleon operations

PROJECT DEPTH

35 feet (10.6 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

4

LENGTH OF BERTH

1,772 feet

COVERED STORAGE

107,081-square-foot shed (9,948 square meters) & 199,859-square-foot shed (18,567 square meters)

SPECIAL FEATURES

231.5-feet-wide front apron (70 meters); 65,000-square-foot paved open area on landside; 269,352-square-foot open wharf area; 18 acres of marshalling for empties and chassis

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by New Orleans Public Belt on rear apron

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Direct discharge to rail/truck

   France Road

TENANT

Terminal Operator unassigned, please contact Port of New Orleans Customer Service at 800.776.6652.

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

Western side of Industrial Canal

PRIMARY CARGOES

Breakbulk cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

30 feet (9-10 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

1

LENGTH OF BERTH

830 feet (253 meters)

TOTAL ACREAGE

3.3 acres behind berth

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by New Orleans Public Belt Railroad

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

France Rd. to Interstate 10

SPECIAL FEATURES

147-foot-wide wharf (45 meters) marshalling area near Berth 1 is for lease

   Mississippi River Intermodal Terminal

TERMINAL OPERATORS

New Orleans Terminal, LLC

504.648.6201

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

99 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Container Rail Transfer Station

RUBBER TIRED GANTRIES

2 eRTGs

TOTAL ACREAGE

12 acres

SPECIAL FEATURES

6,000 linear feet of working track for unloading and loading containers from railcars; On-dock railyard serving Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Transfer to/from New Orleans Terminal’s & Ports America’s leased areas

Intermodal

   Napoleon Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Ports America, LLC

504.894.6300

New Orleans Terminal, LLC 504.648.6201

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

99.5 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Containers

PROJECT DEPTH

45 feet (13.7 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

2

LENGTH OF BERTH

2,000 feet total

TOTAL ACREAGE

65 acres

GANTRY CRANES

6 gantry cranes

RAILROAD CONNECTION

On-dock rail at Mississippi River Intermodal Terminal with access to six Class I railroads

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

BARGE CONNECTION

Weekly container-on-barge service calls at the Container Terminal.

SPECIAL FEATURES

840,000 annual TEU capacity; Load bearing capacity: 1,000 psf live load (ability to stack containers 5 high); 48-acre marshalling yard; Advanced Gate Appointment System with transponders to track truck movements; Reefer plugs: 304 units (40-foot); 15 refrigerated container receptacles with 450 electrified slots; Expansion footprint provides capacity up to 1.5 million TEUs per year.

   Mississippi River Intermodal Terminal

TERMINAL OPERATORS

New Orleans Terminal, LLC

504.648.6201

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

99 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Container Rail Transfer Station

RUBBER TIRED GANTRIES

2 eRTGs

TOTAL ACREAGE

12 acres

SPECIAL FEATURES

6,000 linear feet of working track for unloading and loading containers from railcars; On-dock railyard serving Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Transfer to/from New Orleans Terminal’s & Ports America’s leased areas

Breakbulk and Project Cargo

   Nashville Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Ports America, LLC

504.894.6300

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

Mile 99.8 to 101.1 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Heavy-lift, project cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

Nashville A: 35 ft; Nashville B: 40 ft; Nashville C: 45 ft

NO. OF BERTHS

11 (1 container berth)

LENGTH OF BERTH

4,345 feet (1,324 meters) total

TOTAL ACREAGE

103 acres

COVERED STORAGE

1,077,600-square-foot shed (100,112 square meters)

GANTRY CRANES

Access to four gantry cranes at parts of Nashville B & six at Nashville C

EQUIPMENT

Three mobile harbor cranes with up to 150-ton capacity; one floating crane with 25-metric-ton capacity

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by the New Orleans Public Belt on front and rear apron; on-dock rail access at MRIT

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Ro/Ro Capacity at two locations

   Louisiana Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Coastal Cargo Company, LLC
504.587.1200

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

97.8 to 98.3 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Louisiana Avenue, Harmony and Seventh Street Wharves

PROJECT DEPTH

35 feet (10.6 meters); except for Harmony Street Wharf - 32 feet (10.6 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

6

LENGTH OF BERTH

4,458 feet of water frontage

TOTAL ACREAGE

37.1

COVERED STORAGE

431,021 square feet total

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by New Orleans Public Belt

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Via Clarence Henry Truckway/

Tchoupitoulas Corridor

SPECIAL FEATURES

Total of 1.07 million square feet of open area

   First Street

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Empire Stevedoring (LA), Inc.

504.896.9162

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

97.3 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Breakbulk cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

35 feet (10.6 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

2

LENGTH OF BERTH

1,280 feet

TOTAL ACREAGE

6.6

COVERED STORAGE

140,655-square-foot shed (13,000 square meters)

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by New Orleans Public Belt on front and rear apron

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

   Alabo Street

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Seaonus Stevedoring - New Orleans

504.270.0100

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

92.0 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Breakbulk cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

38 feet (11 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

3

LENGTH OF BERTH

1,732 feet (527 meters)

TOTAL ACREAGE

12.2 acres

COVERED STORAGE

126,178 square feet

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Norfolk Southern Railroad on front and rear apron

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

St. Claude Ave. (La. 46)

81-foot-wide front apron (24.6 meters)

SPECIAL FEATURES

Direct discharge to truck, rail or barge; On-dock FTZ; Container stripping and stuffing; Warehousing

   Poland Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

Unassigned, please contact Port of New Orleans at 504.528.3318

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

93.1 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Breakbulk cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

35 feet (10.6 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

1

LENGTH OF BERTH

932 feet

TOTAL ACREAGE

6.6 acres

SPECIAL FEATURES

35-foot-wide front apron; 96,257-square-foot open area (8,942 meters)

   Jourdan Road

TERMINAL OPERATORS

New Orleans Cold Storage

504.944.4400

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

Eastern side of the Inner Harbor Navigational Canal, where it meets the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway

PRIMARY CARGOES

Refrigerated cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

29 feet (8.8 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

2

LENGTH OF BERTH

1,400 square feet (426 meters)

TOTAL ACREAGE

19.6

COVERED STORAGE

200 feet x 800 feet refrigerated warehouse with the capacity to store 55 million pounds of refrigerated cargo

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Blast freezing system capable of freezing meat products to 0 degrees F within 24 hours

SPECIAL FEATURES

Serviced by New Orleans Public Belt on front and rear apron

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

24 dock doors on the truck/container side of the warehouse four main

Cold Storage

   Henry Clay Avenue

TERMINAL OPERATORS

New Orleans Cold Storage
504.944.4400

RIVER MILE, LOCATION

101.1 AHP, East Bank, Mississippi River

PRIMARY CARGOES

Refrigerated cargo

PROJECT DEPTH

38 feet (11.6 meters)

NO. OF BERTHS

2

LENGTH OF BERTH

1,441 feet total (439.2 meters)

TOTAL ACREAGE

10 acres

COVERED STORAGE

95,020 square feet (8,828 square meters) refrigerated warehouse

RAILROAD CONNECTION

Serviced by the New Orleans Public Belt on front and side apron

HIGHWAY CONNECTION

Clarence Henry Truckway/Tchoupitoulas Corridor

EQUIPMENT

Blast freezing system capable of freezing products to 0˚F within 24 hours