The Port of New Orleans is a diverse general cargo port, handling containerized cargo -- such as apparel, food products, consumer merchandise -- and breakbulk cargo -- such as steel, metals, rubber wood and paper.
America’s Most Intermodal Port
The Port of New Orleans is at the nexus of an unparalleled transportation network, where multiple shipping lines, barge carriers, railroads and trucking lines compete for the privilege of distributing your cargo all over the United States. Read more.
The Port of New Orleans is a leading port for the movement of imported steel. Top origin countries include Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Turkey, Italy, Taiwan, India and China.
No. 1 in Natural Rubber
The Port of New Orleans is the nation’s top port for imported natural rubber. Countries of origin include Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. The Port imported 337,000 tons of natural rubber in 2010.
Coffee Handled Here
New Orleans is the nation’s premier coffee handling port, with 14 warehouses, more than 5.5 million square feet of storage space and six roasting facilities within a 20-mile radius. Two of the most modern bulk processing operations are located in New Orleans: Dupuy Storage and Forwarding Corp. (1st in US) and Silocaf of New Orleans Inc., the world’s largest coffee silo.
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