SEA & SHORT SEA Connections
The Port of Everett’s natural deep-water seaport is located 25 miles north of Seattle, offering the closest shipping facilities between the Far East, Alaska and the Midwest, and is in close proximity to Western Canada.
Our sea and short sea connections offer quick, convenient access, and our commitment to lack of seaport congestion allow us to efficiently meet your unique cargo needs.
Direct Rail Connections
The Port of Everett Seaport is the first port reached by westbound BNSF Railway trains. We are your gateway to the Midwest, offering direct, seamless connection from the BNSF mainline to our facilities.
- Direct access to BNSF Railway’s mainline to the Midwest
- 12,500 lineal feet of terminal trackage
- On-dock capacity to handle 106 railcars
- Rail-accessible agriculture bulk transfer facility
- 110-ton rail loading ramp
- Terminal railcar pusher
Established Road & Heavy Haul Routes
Direct roadway connections to the Port of Everett's shipping facilities via Interstates 5, 2, 90 and 84, combined with established heavy haul and oversize freight routes, allow us to meet your cargo needs with efficiency.
Our lack of seaport congestion and no hassle, no wait philosophy makes the Port of Everett your number one choice for quick truck turn times in and out of our facilities.