New Orleans, Louisiana
The Port of New Orleans is a deepwater port located on
the Mississippi river near the U.S. Gulf and offers customers
seamless supply chain solutions from river to rail to truck.
The Alabo Street Terminal is connected to Class 1 rail and highway
systems and serves markets in the southern states and the U.S.
Midwest, serving shippers from around the world.
Rail Car and Barge Loading/
Inside and outdoor storage
275-Ton Crawler Crane
Clamshell and yard buckets
Skid-steer front end loaders and bulldozers
Forklifts (5,000 to 66,000 lbs capacity)
Yard trucks and trailers/mafis to 80 mts capacity
TYPES OF CARGO
Direct access to Highway LA
46 (St. Claude Avenue), South of
US Interstate 10
On dock rail access serviced by
Norfolk Southern Railroad