While ably handling all types of breakbulk and bulk cargoes, the Broadway Terminal, located at the Port of Camden, is also a bustling industrial park with multiple maritime business related tenants making Camden their home. Trucking companies, stevedores, tug companies, manufacturers, ship chandlers and a host of other business make the Port of Camden an efficient and successful place to do business and to ship cargo through.
Location: 2500 Broadway, Camden, New Jersey
Cargoes: Steel products, wood products, cocoa beans, furnace slag, cement, road salt, project cargoes and other various breakbulk and dry bulk cargoes
Storage Capacity: 1.128 million sq/ft (104,794.6 sq/m)
Cranes: Multi-purpose Kocks container style electric — 95 T (86.2 MT)
Berths: Pier 1 — 900 LF (274.32 m) | Pier 1A — 850 LF (259.08 m)
Depth at MLW: Pier 1 — 32 ft (9.7m) | Pier 1A — 40 ft (12.2m)
Highway Access: Direct to I-676, I-76, US Rt. 130 & I-295
Other Features: Full-service facility for breakbulk, bulk and containerized cargoes
Tariff: PPMTA Tariff 1600 SJPC Port of Philadelphia Marine Terminal Association Tariff
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.