Saint Paul is home to the northernmost ports on the Mississippi River – including four terminals owned and managed by the Saint Paul Port Authority.
Barge Terminal One
Barge Terminal One is located on the north side of the river between Pig’s Eye Lake and Mounds Park.
Size: 57 acres
Number of Lessees: 9
Number of Jobs: 292
Annual Property Taxes: $499K
Tenants: Northern Metals, Morton Salt (Northern Metal sublease), Hawkins, Aggregate Industries, Lafarge, Flint Hills Resource Asphalt, Westway Feed and Cemstone.
Shipping Products (inbound and outbound): Pig iron, salt, fertilizer, wood fiber, aggregate, scrap iron and steel, feed additives and petroleum coke.
Barge Terminal Two
Barge Terminal Two on the river’s south bank under the Lafayette Bridge.
Size: 3 acres
Number of Lessees: 1
Number of Jobs: 10
Annual Property Taxes: $13K
Terminal Two houses the Harbor Operator. Services provided to customers moving products through the ports include: break-bulk, dry docking, barge maintenance and cleaning.
Red Rock Terminal
Red Rock Terminal is located near Pig’s Eye Lake and is part of a larger portion of land that the Saint Paul Port Authority acquired in the area, most of which has been dedicated for park use.
Size: 272 acres
Number of Lessees: 8
Number of Jobs: 620
Annual Property Taxes: $1.1 million
Tenants: AMG Resources, Barton Enterprises, Lafarge, Hawkins, Simcote and Gerdau.
Shipping Products (inbound and outbound): Steel scrap, asphalt, grain, fertilizer and coal.
Southport Terminal is located just south of the Saint Paul Municipal Airport.
Size: 119 acres
Number of Lessees: 14
Number of Jobs: 163
Annual Property Taxes: $464K
Tenants: Northern Metals, Midwest Waterjet, Krupenny & Sons, District Energy, J&J Recycling, Form-a-Feed, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, Lametti & Sons, Portable Barge Services, Hawkins, Gerdau, ADM fertilizer, Alter Metal Recycling and City of Saint Paul Impound Lot.
Shipping Products (inbound and outbound): Recyclable metals and chemicals for drinking water and waste water treatment.