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Marine Terminals – Public
DUNDALK MARINE TERMINAL | FAIRFIELD/MASONVILLE MARINE TERMINALS | INTERMODAL CONTAINER TRANSFER FACILITY | NORTH LOCUST POINT MARINE TERMINAL | SEAGIRT MARINE TERMINAL | SOUTH LOCUST POINT MARINE TERMINAL | CRUISE MARYLAND TERMINAL
DUNDALK MARINE TERMINAL
Size: 570 acres (230.8 ha)
Cargoes: Containers • breakbulk • wood pulp • ro/ro • autos • project cargo • farm • construction equipment
Berths: 13 berths; draft is 34 ft. (10.4 m) at four berths, 42 ft. (12.8 m) at seven berths, and 50 ft. (13.7 m) at two berths.
Cranes: Four 40-long-ton (40.6 mt) container cranes
Inside Storage: Ten sheds totaling 789,820 sq. ft. (73,377 sq. m)
Outside Storage: 105 acres (42.4 ha) container storage; 20.1 acres (8.1 ha) breakbulk storage; 225 acres automobile storage; 93 acres (37.6 ha) ro/ro
Rail Access: DMT contains over 8 miles of rail inside the secure facility. Both Norfolk Southern and CSX have the ability to move freight through DMT. Norfolk Southern provides direct rail access and CSX has local interchange agreements with Norfolk Southern. The DMT rail gate is available 24/7 for the rail lines that service the facility. Currently DMT has over 50 spots for auto-racks, over 30 spots for boxcars, and a machinery yard with unit train capacity. DMT has a separate heavy rail spur that runs along Berth 5/6. This spur gives DMT the new ability to do direct lifts between ship and rail. Berth 5/6 can support a Class 1 railroad maximum load of 71,500 pounds per axle, providing a seamless connection from ship to rail.
Highway Access: 2.5 miles from I-95; 1.5 miles from I-695, with easy access to other major interstates.
FAIRFIELD AUTOMOBILE TERMINALS/MASONVILLE MARINE TERMINAL
Size: Total terminal area is 150 acres (60.7 ha). 61 acres (24.7 ha) are developed for auto terminal.
Cargoes: Autos • light trucks
Gates: Trucks are loaded at truckaway area inside of terminal.
Berths: Total of 2 berths (piers): Pier 4 – 832 ft. (253.6 m). Depth – 49 ft. (14.9 m).
Pier 5 – (and wet basin) 1,393 ft. (424.6 m). Depth: Pier 5 – 23 ft. (8.5 m). Depth: wet basin – 20 ft. (6.7 m). Cranes: None
Sheds: Vehicle processing buildings, no cargo storage sheds
Reefer Outlets: N/A
Rail: CSX spur adjacent
INTERMODAL CONTAINER TRANSFER FACILITY
Size: 68 acres (27.5 ha)
Cargoes: International and domestic containers
Tracks: Four loading tracks; four storage tracks; one run-around track; track length is 3,750 ft. (1,143 m).
Equipment: Two 40-long-ton (40.6 mt) transtainers; two toploaders
Rail Access: CSX provides direct service.
Highway Access: Less than one mile and two traffic signals from I-95 and its connections to other major interstates.
ICTF Operating Hours
The International Longshoremen’s Association, whose members supply the facility’s labor force, and the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore have an agreement that allows the ICTF to operate:
Mon.–Fri. 4 a.m.-12 a.m.
Sat. 4 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sun. 5 a.m.-1 p.m.
NORTH LOCUST POINT MARINE TERMINAL
North Locust Point Marine Terminal
Size: 90 acres (36.1 ha)
Cargoes: Wood pulp • lumber • steel • paper • containers
Berths: Five finger piers with 34-ft.
(10.4 m) depths; three are 1,200 ft. (365.8 m), one is 1,235 ft. (376.4 m), and one is 635 ft. (213.4 m).
Cranes: One 45-long-ton (45.7 mt) container crane with steel-handling capability
Inside Storage: One shed with 180,000 sq. ft. (16,069 sq. m) of available covered storage space
Outside Storage: 19 acres (7.9 ha)
Rail Access: Direct connection to terminal by CSX
Highway Access: 2.25 miles (3.6 km) to I-95, with connections to other major interstates
SEAGIRT MARINE TERMINAL
Size: 284 acres (112 ha)
Berths: Berths 1 through 3 = 3,127 ft. (953.0 m); depth 45 ft. (13.7 m) capable of handling up to 9,200 TEU vessel; Berth 4 = 1,225 ft. (373.4 m); depth 50 ft. (15.2 m) capable of handling up to 14,000 TEU vessel.
Cranes: Seven Sumitomo Neo-Panamax gantry cranes with an outreach of 18 containers wide; working height 110 ft. (36 m), total hoist height 158 ft. (48.2 m), lift capacity under spreader 50 long tons (50.8 mt) and 60 long tons (60.9 mt) with cargo hook. Four ZPMC Super Neo-Panamax gantry cranes with an outreach of 22 containers wide; working height 140 ft. (42.7 m), lift capacity under spreader 65 long tons (66.0 mt) and 85 long tons (86.4 mt) with cargo hook. Twenty-two rubber tired gantry cranes (RTG’s); capacity 50 long tons (50.8 mt), span 78 ft. (23.8 m) and height under spreaders 50 ft. (15.2 m).
Four new cranes delivered in 2021 measure 450 ft. tall and weigh approx. 1,740 tons. Extend to 23 containers across and lift 187,500 lbs. of cargo.
Reefer Outlets: Total 320
Outside Storage: 134 acres (48.5 ha)
Rail Access: Direct connection to the adjacent Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) by CSX
Highway Access: Many of the major transportation arteries are within minutes of the Port’s terminals. East/West corridors include I-70, and North/South corridors include I-81, I-83, I-95, I-97 and I-895.
SOUTH LOCUST POINT MARINE TERMINAL
Size: 79 acres (32 ha)
Cargoes: Forest products • automobiles
Berths: Three 36-ft. (11 m) draft general cargo berths
Cranes: One 100-short ton (90.7 mt) revolving gantry crane
Inside Storage: 835,000 sq. ft. (77,574 sq. m). 100,000 sq. ft. (9,290 sq. m). Rail Access Direct connection to terminal by CSX; rail to rear of sheds
Highway Access: 0.75 miles (1.2 km) from I-95, with connections to other major interstates
CRUISE MARYLAND TERMINAL
Location: South Locust Point Marine Terminal
Size: 18.7 acres
Use: Cruise passengers
Berths: 1,139 ft. (347.2 m) with a depth of 35 ft. (9.1 m).
Sheds: 60,000 sq. ft. (5,920 m) for cruise operations
Parking: More than 1,538 parking spaces
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