Mobile, Alabama

Alabama State Port Authority (ASPA) Facilities where CSA provides stevedoring and terminal services The Port of Mobile (ASPA) has the capacity to handle a wide range of different cargo (bulk, breakbulk, project cargo and containers) having approximately 24 vessel calls per month. This ability, coupled with an excellent transportation infrastructure in both rail and highways, gives Mobile a competitive edge in the Gulf region.

Specifications and services

Location: NW corner of Mobile Bay at the mouth of Mobile Bay (30°39’40.62″ N, 88°2’14.69″ W)

Size: 4,000 acres / 1,619 hectares

Water Depth: Capable of handling vessels with 40 feet / 12.2 meter draft at General Cargo dock berths

Berths & Length: 37 berths, measuring 25,467 feet / 7,762 meters, which includes barge berth

Cranes: 1, container crane 40T SWL, 1 mobile harbor (100 short tons at 75′) and 1 barge mounted (298 short tons at 80′)

Truck Lanes & Scales: 2 truck gates, including scales

Reefer Services: Yes

Rail Services: Terminal Railway (operated by the ASPA) and serviced by Class-1 railroads BNSF-AGR, CSX, Canadian National and Norfolk Southern

Highway Access: Access to I-10 and I-65

Cargos / Commodities Handled:

  • Coal
  • Aluminum
  • Pig Iron
  • Steel Products
  • Project Cargo
  • Plywood
  • Veneers
  • Containers
  • Frozen Poultry
  • Lumber
  • Paper Products (woodpulp, KLB, fluff pulp)
  • Cement
  • RoRo – 3 berths