Port Access and Infrastructure
The South Jersey Port Corporation has the supporting infrastructure necessary for quick and efficient cargo transport. This
infrastructure includes adequate channel depths, rail linkages, major highways, access to hundreds of trucking services, and a network
of warehouse. SJPC has the expertise and the space necessary to accommodate virtually any cargo needs. We are knowledgeable in the
handling of industrial and commercial cargo, as well as perishables. From cocoa beans to bananas, plywood to steel products, the SJPC's
terminals and network of warehouse can handle virtually any type of cargo.
Our terminal facilities are located in close proximity, and have easy access, to all major trucking routes. I-676 and I-295 run adjacent
to our facilities, as well as close access to the entrance ramps for the Ben Franklin and Walt Whitman Bridges, connecting to I-95 and
I-76. Over 125 local trucking companies operate in the region, with a combined total of over 15,000 trucks. These trucking companies
offer experience in every type of cargo handling.
Currently, the SJPC's facilities are serviced by three Class I railroads: Norfolk Southern, CSX, and Canadian Pacific Rail. Both the
Beckett Street Terminal and the Broadway Terminal has direct rail service.
The Delaware River port community continues to work toward deepening from 40' to 45' the main river channel of the Delaware River from
the ocean to our terminals in Camden. The deeper channel will be greatly beneficial to New Jersey, as the Beckett Street Terminal as
the capability to accommodate 45' along it berth