The Port of Green Bay is strategically located on the western most point of Lake Michigan and offers a direct route for shipments linking Midwest and international markets. The port is served by a major railroad and several nationally known truck lines which provide overnight delivery within a 400-mile radius.
Terminals located on the adjacent Fox River include 14 businesses capable of handling dry bulk commodities such as coal, cement, limestone, salt and pig iron as well as four firms handling bulk liquids including tallow, petroleum products and asphalt. Two general cargo docks can handle wood pulp, machinery, bagged agricultural commodities and forest products.
More information on the Port of Green Bay
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department
2561 South Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54304