Strategically located just five miles downriver from New Orleans between mile posts 83.5 and 90.5 A.H.P., the port's docks and intermodal facilities offer highly efficient dockside transfer operations. In addition, the St. Bernard Port's Chalmette Slip, is a slack water harbor that maintains water depth at a minimum of 33 feet to ensure a "safe harbor” to vessels - and is perfect for project cargo transfers from ocean vessels to barges or to ground storage/transportation.
Associated Terminals signed a multi-year lease for the exclusive use of four deepwater ship docks at Violet, Louisiana which is under the port's jurisdiction. The property is located on a seventy-one acre parcel on the east bank of the Mississippi River between mile marker 83 and 84. Adjacent acreage is available for the development of warehouse, storage of both bulk and breakbulk cargo, liquid bulk and additional value-added facilities.
Our facilities also offer excellent options for trans-loading cargoes between waterborne vessels and land transportation modalities such as railcars and trucks.
Rail service includes direct access to many eastern U.S. cities as well as connections to all trunk line railroads serving New Orleans.
With extensive open laydown space and warehouse space available for expansion, we can work closely with our customers to develop a customized cargo movement solution.
Combining highly qualified personnel with top quality equipment, Associated Terminals is committed to providing customers with the best cargo handling solutions in the industry.
Associated at the Port of St. Bernard