Port of Milwaukee

Port of Milwaukee The Port of Milwaukee is a port in the city of Milwaukee on Lake Michigan. It primarily serves Southeastern Wisconsin, Southeastern Minnesota, and Northern Illinois.

The port owns 13.5mi of rail that connect to two Class I railroads outside the port. The port has over 330000sqft of covered warehouse space, with 30000sqft of that being heated warehouse space. The port has 50 acres dedicated to dry bulk storage, which includes four domes capable of handling 50,000 tons of storage. Along with this, the port can store 300,000 barrels of bulk liquids. The port keeps a minimum draft of 26ft, but this can vary due to weather.Port of Milwaukee handled 2.4 million metric tons of cargo through its municipal port in 2014. Commodities handled include salt, steel, limestone, general cargoes, over-dimensional cargoes, grain, fertilizers, biodiesel, and ethanol.A wind turbine, funded by a federal grant, was installed in 2012 and is used to power the port's administration building, with the turbine providing electricity for the building itself as well as revenue from surplus generation.The port is also home to the Lake Express ferry, which offers service from Milwaukee to Muskegon, Michigan. It is also home to Sector Lake Michigan of the United States Coast Guard.Additionally, the port is landlord to the lakefront recreational facilities including Milwaukee World Festivals, Inc., Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin, and the south lawn of the Milwaukee Art Museum.


2323 S Lincoln Memorial Dr
Milwaukee, WI


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