Port of Grays Harbor

  • PGH facilities generates over 5,700 jobs.
  • Port of Grays Harbor.
  • PGH T-4:  PNW's Growing Omni-Terminal.
  • Experts in shipping over-high, over-wide cargoes.
  • Trains on dock at terminal 4.
  • Gain loading at terminal 2.
  • Westport marina.
  • Plane landing at Bowerman field.
  • Liquid bulk terminal 1.

Vessel Schedule

Saga Wind 2/15 T4
Van Star 2/24 T2
Global Bay 2/26 T2
Hoegh Triton 2/27 T4
Amagi Galaxy 2/27 T1
CSAV Rio Malleco 3/6 T4
Sea Iris 3/9 T2
Sitka Barge 3/9 T3
Spring Sky 3/10 T2
Carrera 3/15 T4
CSAV Rio Grande 3/18 T4
Medi Lisbon 3/22 T2
Oakland 3/23 T2
Vessel schedules are subject to change.

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Randy Lewis selected as new Director of Environmental and Engineering Services

February 2015 - The Port of Grays Harbor is pleased to announce Randy Lewis will be joining the senior management team as the new Director of Environmental and Engineering Services.

Partnerships lead to record activity levels

February 2015 - Port of Grays Harbor video focuses on the partnerships that create jobs, make the investments, train the workforce and generate business activity on Washington’s Pacific Coast.

Grays Harbor Navigation Channel receives Federal funds for deepening in 2015

February 2015 - Construction for the deepening of the Grays Harbor Navigation Channel to its fully authorized depth of -38 feet MLLW will get underway in 2015 as $8 million for this critical project was included in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Fiscal Year 2015 (FY2015) work plan that was released Tuesday.

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Economic impact of the Port of Grays Harbor analyzed: Over 5,700 jobs and $564 million in business revenue generated

October 2014 - Activities of the Port of Grays Harbor’s marine terminals, marina, airport and industrial properties generated over 5,700 jobs and $564 million in business revenues according to a study conducted by Martin Associates based on 2013 data. Download the report.

Crude By Rail Projects Proposed at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3

2013 - The Port of Grays Harbor, Washington's only deep water port on the Pacific Coast, is considering projects to develop crude oil export facilities.

Satsop Business Park - A Facility of the Port of Grays Harbor

2013 - Manufacturing facilities, warehouses, state-of-the-art workforce training programs and facilities, FSC managed forestland and plenty of space to grow, all of this valuable infrastructure became part of the Port of Grays Harbor's facilities to accommodate economic growth for the region.  Learn more about Satsop Business Park's strategic location and infrastructure to accommodate your Company's growth needs.