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Port Milwaukee Open Dock

Not currently available for commercial lease. Port Milwaukee’s Open Dock is available for use by Port tenants and for use by other parties under special arrangement with the Port Director and/or Harbor Master. Please email port@milwaukee.gov for more information.

Federal Marine Terminals

Federal Maritime Terminals (FMT) provides for the discharge and loading of ocean vessels, barges, lakes vessels, railcars, and trucks.  Current offerings include: 14 acres of open storage; 205,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space; forklift capacity up to 65,000 lbs.; and 5 cranes with an overall capacity up to 181.4 MT. Please email LKvapil@fedmar.com for more information.

Kinder Morgan

Kinder Morgan (KM) provides for the handling of dry bulk commodities. Current offerings include: 50,000 tons of covered dome storage and 1.5 million tons of outside storage. Please email william_baines@kindermorgan.com for more information.

Milwaukee Intermodal Terminal

Milwaukee Intermodal Terminal leases and sells 20’ & 40’ shipping containers to regional businesses and/or individuals upon inquiry. For more information, please visit http://www.mitcontainers.com/.

Great Lakes Towing

The Great Lakes Towing Company operates the largest and most experienced U.S.-flag tugboat fleet, and offers tug boats available for hire (and other associated services) at Port Milwaukee. For more information, please visit http://thegreatlakesgroup.com/the-great-lakes-towing-company

Lafarge Holcim

Lafarge Holcim provides for the receipt and distribution of cement, aggregates and ready-mix concrete at Port Milwaukee. Please email bruce.scott@lafargeholcim.com for more information.

Cargill Salt

Cargill provides for the receipt and distribution of packaged and bulk salt, including road salt, at Port Milwaukee. Please email Roy_Pelland@cargill.com for more information

Compass Minerals

Compass provides for the receipt and distribution of salt throughout the Midwest region via Port Milwaukee. Please email czajkowski@compassminerals.com for more information.

Ward Welding

Ward Welding and Fabrication is a structural and miscellaneous steel fabrication company based at Port Milwaukee. For more information, please visit http://www.wardweldingandfabrication.com/Home.html.

U.S. Venture

U.S. Venture is a liquid bulk handler at Port Milwaukee. Please email rbarnhill@usoil.com for more information.

South Harbor

South Harbor is a liquid bulk handler at Port Milwaukee. Please email kdooley@southharbormilwaukee.com for more information.

St. Mary's Cement

St. Mary’s Cement provides for the handling of cement and slag products at Port Milwaukee. Please email gary.wallis@vcimentos.com for more information.

Portland Trucking

Portland Trucking is a licensed and bonded freight shipping and trucking company running freight hauling services from Port Milwaukee. Please email portlndtrk@aol.com for more information.

Lake Express

Lake Express operates a seasonal, high-speed ferry services across Lake Michigan between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Muskegon, Michigan. For more information, please visit https://www.lake-express.com/.

U.S. Coast Guard

The Sector Lake Michigan, Station Milwaukee, and Electronic Support Detachment offices of the U.S. Coast Guard are based at Port Milwaukee, including responsibility for all Coast Guard operations and activities on Lake Michigan, such as search and rescue, maritime law enforcement, marine safety, waterways management, environmental response, and maritime security. For more information, please visit https://www.atlanticareuscg.mil/Our-Organization/District-9/Ninth-District-Units/Sector-Lake-Michigan/.

U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Reserve

A U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Reserve facility is located at Port Milwaukee.

Bay View Wetlands

The Bay View wetland project area is a 28 acre parcel of land owned by Port of Milwaukee that was formerly the Grand Trunk railroad yard. For more information, please visit https://city.milwaukee.gov/AreaPlans/Southeast/GrandTrunk#.XK-yAehKjRY.

Kaszube's Park

At just 0.15 acres (or 610 square meters), Kaszube’s Park is Milwaukee’s smallest piece of public land. Designated as a Milwaukee landmark in 1974 in recognition of the unique multi-ethnic fishing village that flourished on the Jones Island peninsula during the late 19th and 20th centuries, the Park honors the significant role of the Kaszube in the city’s history. Please email port@milwaukee.gov for more information.

South Shore Cruise Dock

The South Shore Cruise dock features a 19 foot draft and berth length of 500 ft. Offering a scenic view of Milwaukee, dockside access for tour busses to load passengers, and a 5 min drive across the Hoan Bridge to downtown, this dock is a complimentary cruise dock to Pier Wisconsin, which is located near Discovery World on Port Milwaukee’s North Harbor Tract. Please email port@milwaukee.gov for more information.

Port Administration Building

The headquarters for the Executive, Engineering, Finance, Marketing, and Operations divisions at Port Milwaukee. It is also home to Milwaukee's wind turbine, allowing the Port Administration building to be the only net zero energy building owned by the City. Built in 1994, the building's architecture has a European influence given the Port's longstanding relationship with trade partners abroad.

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