Skip to content

IRPT Member Spotlight: DCL Mooring & Rigging

Port of Bellingham

Port of Bellingham

The Bellingham Shipping Terminal (BST), specializing in break bulk and clean bulk cargos, has a long history of efficient cargo handling and distribution. With 1,250 feet of dock space, over 85,000 square feet of covered storage and 35 acres of available upland, BST is a full-service marine terminal that has the flexibility to customize its services to meet your needs. BST is also available as a long-term, lay-up facility for large ocean going vessels of all kinds.

The Port of Bellingham works to be a valuable public organization with a reputation for delivering on its commitments, working in an open, decisive atmosphere, taking pride in its work, and communicating its contributions to the community.

The Port of Bellingham places a premium on providing superior customer service and being responsive to changing market conditions with its business activities.

The Port has made significant capital investments to the Bellingham Shipping Terminal in recent years with resulting new business and return to profitability. Building on this base, the Port has purchased state-of-the-art cargo handling equipment such as forklifts, front-end loaders, trucks, trailers, reach stackers and a mobile harbor crane. Additionally, improvements such as extensive paving of the outside storage areas as well as replacing the roofs on terminal warehouses have been completed.

Other Services Include:

Stevedoring / Longshore Services          Fuel

Potable Water                                         Voyage Repairs

Ship Stores                                             Tank cleaning

Tug services                                            Vacuum truck

Security                                                   Shore Power

The Port of Bellingham provides moorage for recreational and fishing vessels as well as commercial operators such as tug, barges, and shipping. The Bellingham Shipping Terminal provides the facilities to accommodate ocean-going vessels such as tugs, barges, and cargo vessels. In support of those operations there are approximately 35 acres of upland area and two large storage warehouses to meet your industrial needs.

The Port of Bellingham pledges to work cooperatively with other entities, within the framework of community standards, and to be a responsible trustee of our publicly owned assets.

Please learn more here or contact an IRPT member:

Port of Bellingham

Chris Clark, Marine Terminal Business Development Manager
1801 Roeder Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 676-2500
cclark@portofbellingham.com