Balzano Marine Terminal
At the Port of Camden, SJPC’s busy Balzano Marine Terminal (formerly the Beckett Street Terminal) offers one-stop service for breakbulk and bulk cargoes. The facility handles steel, project cargo, wood products, cocoa beans and other bulk cargoes on a regular basis. The facility features excellent highway and rail connections. The SJPC, through its Balzano Marine terminal, is committed to fully meeting the needs of today’s shippers in an efficient, expert, and cost-effective manner.
Location: 101 Joseph A. Balzano Boulevard, Camden, New Jersey 08103
Specialized Cargoes: Cocoa beans, wood products, steel products, cocoa beans, furnace slag, iron ore, scrap metal, salt, containers, and recycled metals
Other Cargoes: Project and dry bulk cargoes
Terminal Area: 122 acres (49.4 ha)
Berths: 4: 2,655 LF (701 m)
Depth at MLW: 35 ft (10.7 m) to 40 ft (12.2 m)
Storage Capacity: 21 dry warehouses comprising 1,168,441 SF (108,591 sq/m)
Heavy Lift Cranes: One multi-purpose Kocks bulk/container crane, 95 T (86.2 MT); one general purpose Paceco cargo/container crane, 35 T (31.8 MT)
Direct Transfer: Direct to and from truck/rail/vessel
Truck Gates: Balzano Boulevard main gate; 6 storage area gates
Highway Access: Direct access to I-676, I-76, US Rt.130 and I-295
Rail Connections: CSX, NS, and CP rail systems with integrated on-dock rail infrastructure
Tariff: Click here to go to the tariffs page.
Terminal Operator: South Jersey Port Corporation, managing the public wharves. Ship labor is through PMTA member stevedores. For a list of members go to www.pmta.com/members. All other labor and terminal services are provided by SJPC.
Other features: Food grade warehousing; all warehouses and sheds served by rail; innovative direct discharge for bulk cargoes; custom cargo carriers for direct discharge to storage; all-weather loading