Port of Virginia Closes Terminal

Port of Virginia closed its Portsmouth Marine Terminal

The Port of Virginia has become one of the first major domestic ports to close one of its terminals because of COVID-19 when its Portsmouth Marine Terminal was shuttered in early May and cargo moved to other port facilities.

The Portsmouth terminal encompasses 287 acres and has 3,540 feet of wharf served by 6 Super Post-Panamax cranes and a container handling capacity of 437,500 TEUs per year.

By Pacific Maritime