Port Overview

The Port of Green Bay exists to enhance the prosperity of the people of Northeast Wisconsin by providing facilities and infrastructure able to effectively and efficiently move commodities and goods across the nation.

Please view our Port Overview PowerPoint to learn more.

Your Connection To America’s Heartland

The Port of Green Bay is an integral part of a healthy Northeastern Wisconsin economy and provides a critical link to national and global markets for Wisconsin enterprises.

Port Summary


Port businesses handle dry bulk commodities such as coal, limestone and salt, bulk liquids like petroleum products, liquid asphalt and tallow, and breakbulk commodities including wood pulp and forest products in addition to oversized cargo like machinery and wind components. 

Current Terminal Operators

The Port has 14 terminal operators along the Fox River.  Businesses include: 

Ace Marine, LLC | The C Reiss Coal Company, LLC | Construction Resource Management, Inc. | Flint Hills Resources | Fox River Terminals, LLC | Georgia-Pacific | Graymont | GLC Minerals, LLC | KK Integrated Logistics | LaFarge North America | RGL | Sanimax | St. Marys Cement | U.S. Venture

 See where terminal operators are listed along the Fox River. (Link to map)

Port Partnerships

Trusted partners are critical to a business’s success which is why the Port of Green Bay works with a network of partners that understand maritime transportation needs and business development. Together, we make a powerful team that can help you meet your goals.

 Wisconsin Commercial Ports Association (link)

The purpose of the Wisconsin Commercial Ports Association (WCPA) is to promote and grow waterborne transportation in Wisconsin's 13 port cities. The WCPA wants to increase public awareness of our Port industry and be the main resource for any port or waterborne transportation related issues in Wisconsin.

 Hwy H2O (link)

Highway H2O is an alliance of transportation stakeholders in the Great Lakes / Seaway System region, working to develop business and deliver greater awareness about the System locally and internationally.

 Great Lakes Seaway Partnership (link)

The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership brings together leading U.S. and Canadian maritime organizations working to enhance public understanding of the benefits of commercial shipping in the Great Lakes Seaway region of North America.

Chamber of Marine Commerce (link)

The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) represents the bi-national Great Lakes-St. Lawrence commercial marine industry. The CMC represents approximately 150 companies that rely on marine transportation to deliver products and materiel that serve people all over the world and provides respected advocacy for marine related issues with a national perspective.

Greater Green Bay Chamber (link)

The Greater Green Bay Chamber exists to build a greater Green Bay by helping businesses succeed. Chamber members represent 91,000 employees – more than 2/3 of the Brown County workforce. The Chamber is the convener, bringing together resources to enhance economic, workforce and community development.