Port of Pascagoula



Meeting Objectives

To meet with organizations to partner and assist with their import and export needs through the Port of Pascagoula. Establish business relationships with companies about green technologies for port improvements in the future.

Organization Profile

The Port of Pascagoula, located on the southeastern coast of Mississippi, is a full-service deep-water port with a 42 feet access channel and modern facilities for handling cargo from around the world. The Port’s two harbors include a combination of public and private terminals handling more than 26 million tons of cargo annually. The Port is the largest seaport in Mississippi and ranks nationally in the top 30 ports in foreign cargo volume.  With over 6,000 feet of berthing space, 574,000 square feet of covered storage space and over 60+ acres of available land, the Port of Pascagoula is ready to service your cargo.

Cargoes moving through our port are steel, paper, pulp, lumber, rice, heavy lift and oversized cargo projects

Our location is naturally advantageous to importers, exporters and carriers shipping via the Gulf of Mexico. It is easily accessible to I10 and served by CSX and Canadian National railroads which give us access to the all markets East of the Mississippi river and Canada.