Port Milwaukee is southeastern Wisconsin’s preeminent distribution connection for access to domestic and world markets.
Port Milwaukee offers comprehensive surface transportation alternatives, including by sea, rail, and interstate.
Port Milwaukee provides optimal handling for a variety of cargoes and specialty equipment.
Port Milwaukee has a diverse array of properties available for immediate commercial use.
Port Milwaukee is a premiere destination for tourists seeking a diverse and vibrant travel experience.
The mission of Port Milwaukee is to enhance the overall economic and social environment of the City and region by stimulating trade, business, and employment.
Consistent with the Port's water-related location, the Port shall strive to be a premier provider of transportation and distribution services for its commercial customers and support public recreation, leisure, and other uses the Port deems to be in the public interest.
Ongoing commercial activity at Port Milwaukee supports the following regional benefits annually:
Cargo Handled (metric tons)
October 6, 2020 - Leaders of an international shipping conference have named Milwaukee’s Port Director, Adam Tindall-Schlicht, as an AntwerpXL 40 Under 40 honoree. The award showcases rising stars, under the age of 40, in an important sector of marine commerce.
August 12, 2020 - On Thursday, August 13, 2020, the annual gathering of the Wisconsin Commercial Ports Association (WCPA) will take place via video-teleconference. The meeting will include presentations from local, state, and federal experts and policymakers, including agencies that support the growth and development of Wisconsin’s commercial ports by addressing operational challenges and identifying catalytic infrastructure funding.
August 4, 2020 - Two significant new projects take steps forward this week as the Board of Harbor Commissioners considers new long-term leases with The DeLong Co. and with Michels Corporation.