Salem Marine Terminal
A port of entry since 1682, this SJPC terminal in Salem, New Jersey, is one of the oldest ports on the East Coast. The port handles sand and gravel, various dry bulk, motor vehicles and apparel.
Location: Salem, New Jersey at Exit 1 of the New Jersey Turnpike
Specialized Cargoes: Sand and gravel
Other Cargoes: Various dry bulk and project cargoes, wearing apparel, and motor vehicles
Area: 28 acres (11.33 ha)
Berths: 1: 350 LF (106.68 m) | 130 ft. (39.62 m) sheathed
Storage Capacity: 60,000 sq/ft (5,574.2 sq/m) of shed and warehouse space
Highway Access: Direct access to Rt. 49, Rt. 45 with access to US 130, I-295 and NJ Turnpike
Terminal Operator: National Docks. Labor is managed through the City of Salem Municipal Port Authority.
Special Features: The Port of Salem is designated as Foreign Trade Zone No. 142 in combination with nearby Millville (NJ) Airport)