Pacific Northwest Ports Handbook

2021-2022

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PORTS 31 Pacific Northwest Ports Handbook 2021-2022 The Port of Bellingham – In 2013 the Port of Bellingham more than doubled the available upland at the Bellingham Shipping Terminal. With this expansion, customers now have about 35 acres of upland for lay-down, construction, fabrication, staging or other Shipping Terminal customer needs. This upland area includes warehouse space. Bringing this available land into productive use is a high Port priority. This increase in acreage was made possible by the 2005 purchase of the former GP pulp and paper mill. The 137 acres of waterfront property is undergoing an environmental cleanup and redevelopment in partnership with the City of Bell- ingham and the State Department of Ecology. These efforts have proceeded to the point that this additional property is now able to be put back on the market. The Port has a long history of shipping, primarily aluminum and forest products. Customers will find the terminal is versatile, adaptable, and resourceful with plenty of room to grow, and that Bellingham is the ideal location for your marine business. PORT OF BELLINGHAM 1801 Roeder Ave. Bellingham, WA 98225 Mail: P.O. Box 1677 Bellingham, WA 98227 Phone: (360) 676-2500 Fax: (360) 671-6411 OFFICIALS Commissioners: Robert Briscoe Michael Shepard Ken Bell Executive Director: Rob Fix CFO: Tamara Sobjack Director, Aviation: Sunil Harman Director, Economic Development: Don Goldberg Director, Real Estate: Shirley McFearin Director, Human Resources: Elizabeth Monahan Director, Environmental: Brian Gouran PORTS Port of Bellingham ........... Courtesy of the Port of Bellingham

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