Toledo Ohio’s Seaport, located on the Great Lakes, has an experienced work force with the skills to move all types of bulk, break bulk, project cargo and containers. They’re fast, flexible and reliable providing competitively priced quality handling and service to forwarders, manufacturers, suppliers, end users, transportation companies and all others in the supply chain. As the most cargo diverse inland port on the Great Lakes, we have a terminal to match your cargo’s handling requirements and your intermodal logistics needs.
Toledo's general cargo facilities handle a diverse mix of commodities. Equipped with on dock rail, truck scales, shore cranes, ship loading conveyor systems and ample indoor and outdoor warehouse storage all within Foreign Trade Zone #8, these shipping terminals serve lake trading vessels, salt water vessels and lake trading barges.
Our international seaport’s intermodal grain handling facilities include some of the largest in the Great Lakes region which is centrally located in the USA. Our seaport terminals import and export fertilizers, corn, wheat, soybeans, oats, and other grains on barges, lakers, tankers, and ocean vessels. Toledo's aggregate, salt, coal, iron ore, petroleum and cement terminals along with our ship yard provide the area with a full service seaport serving many industries in the United States and around the world.
The links below provide information by commodity for each of the marine terminals and shipyard operating within the Port of Toledo.
complete listing of terminals listed by commodity
bulk, break bulk, project cargo, heavy lift, containers, metals, lumber and steel
corn, wheat, beans, oats, distillers dried grains, fertilizers and more
jet fuel, biofuels, liquid asphalt and more
Coal & Iron Ore:
taconite and various coal blends
salt, sand, rail ballast, stone, and others
Toledo Shipyard with dry dock and high bay machine/fabrication shop for maintenance, repair, inspection and construction