Port of Everett Breaks Ground on Norton Terminal

The Port of Everett hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on July 15 to commemorate the start of construction for the Port’s $36M Norton Terminal Development and Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) Interim Action Cleanup at the former Kimberly-Clark mill site. The Port was joined by local, state and federal leaders, project partners and community members for the celebration. “This project is mission critical to this community and the economic vitality of our working ... [+]

Port of Everett earns short sea shipping designation; only Port on West Coast

The Port of Everett has achieved another vital step in reducing congestion on the I-5 corridor while moving more freight in the region. The Port was notified this month that it received designation by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation as a Federal Maritime Administration Marine Highway Project for the Puget ... [+]

Port of Everett turns 100 years old

On July 13, 2018, the Port of Everett officially turns 100 years old — celebrating a century of service to the Port District and beyond. The Port of Everett was formed by a nearly unanimous vote of the citizens on July 13, 1918. Then, like now, the community desired ... [+]

Port of Everett Starts Construction on New Rail Line

Granite Construction started construction this month on a new 3,300 lineal foot double rail siding near the South Terminal to support international cargo movement at the Port of Everett. In February, the Port Commission awarded a $3.4 million contract to the Everatee0based contractor to complete the second phase of the Port’s ... [+]

2016 Port of Everett Accomplishments

• Received a $10 million TIGER grant to support aerospace, manufacturing and energy sectors • Completed Terminal Rail Upgrades Phase I • Handled the largest wind blade ever imported into North ... [+]

First Large Aerospace Ship Arrives in Everett

This month, the Port of Everett and Westwood Shipping Lines are marking the 10th anniversary of weekly, direct aerospace shipments from Japan to Everett with a new, larger vessel calling the Port of Everett. In the early 2000s, the Port Commission made the strategic decision to invest more than $50 million ... [+]

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