Washington County, Mississippi Economic Alliance

Port of Greenville

Gateway to National an International Trade

The Port of Greenville, a fully multimodal center - accessing water, truck, and rail transportation - provides the area with access to the most efficient and cost effective transportation possible.

​As a gateway to national and international trade, the Port is responsible for millions of dollars in annual economic activity. Its ability to create and develop jobs and make capital investmentsgenerates additional tax revenue to the local community and counties within a 100-mile radius.

Volume of Port Activity
Every year approximately 5.2 million tons of cargo are transloaded at the Port of Greenville. The largest volume of raw products from the Delta region is shippedthrough the Port of Greenville: corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, and milo; gasoline, diesalfuel; and bio-diesel products; bulk dry and liquid chemicals; steel, scrap steel, lumber, and other wood products.

​Capabilities and Equipment
  • 3.91 miles of waterfront on 2,000 acres
  • ​60-ton "all-weather" covered bridge crane
  • 400-foot dock; five-barge capacity
  • 25-yard clamshell bucket
  • Loading system: 20,000bushes per hour
  • 22,000 sqft climate controlled storage
  • ​50,000 sqft outside storage
  • 100-ton crawler crane
  • 25,000 and 52,000 lb. forklifts
  • ​54-in., 75-in., magnets; 2 skid steer loaders
  • Truck and rail bulk hopper
  • Sennebogen knuckle boom crane
  • 20,000 and 50,000 bucket loaders

Entrance to Port of Greenville from the Mississippi River

Port Director: 
Tommy Hart
Phone:  662-335-2683
Email:  thart@tecinfo.com

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Cary Karlson
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