Connecting New England with the World
As the only full-service container terminal in New England, we serve the world’s major international container lines.
Over 2.3 million metric tons of cargo per year pass through this economic anchor for the region, connecting the 14 million people who call New England home to the everyday goods and services they depend on, and breaking new records every year for units processed. Conley Terminal provides the shipping facilities New England needs to compete in the global economy, moving New England’s goods to market with speed and efficiency. More than 2,500 New England businesses use the Port of Boston to import and export products, everything from recycled fibers, furniture, seafood, apparel, home décor, wine and spirits, and so much more.
We’re well aware that a green port balances environmental challenges with economic demands. Conley Terminal abuts the family-oriented neighborhood of South Boston. Current initiatives include innovations that increase air quality, decrease truck traffic in residential neighborhoods and create open buffer spaces for those who live and work in the vibrant working port of Boston.
14 million consumers, direct weekly container service, and more.
Tariffs for Conley Terminal, other Maritime Properties, and the the Boston Autoport.
Find information on cargo volumes, gate visits/truck turnaround times, adjusted gross productivity, and cement tonnage.
Massport owns more than 650 acres of land and water in Boston, which are located in Charlestown, East Boston, and South Boston.
Information on Conley Terminal.
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