Duraport is a multi-modal deep-water port facility that is unit-train capable with direct access to Interstate Highways with the ability to accept cargo 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
Throughout the years, Duraport Marine and Rail Terminal has received numerous requests for access to waterfront property from various regional and multi-national companies interested in establishing a presence in the Northeast Market for their Neo-Bulk & Break Bulk Cargo needs. Globalization has been the catalyst for Just In Time (JIT) inventory practices and the Duraport marine and Rail Terminal Companies can secure any supply chain needs for Market Entry into the Northeast via the New York Harbor.
Duraport Marine and Rail Terminal was founded in December 1998 and is the only privately owned bulk and break bulk, full-service deep water multi-modal port facility in the New York Harbor. The terminal is located in the center of the Kill Van Kull, a strategic waterway between the borders of New York and New Jersey serving an integral role as a maritime route between Port Newark, Port Elizabeth, and the New York Harbor. Duraport is a 30-acre fully paved terminal featuring an 800-foot bulkhead that can accommodate Handymax, Panamax, and Post Panamax vessels, as well as barges, RO/RO, and ship-to-rail loading and off-loading.