Terminal 46 marked a significant milestone on Friday, February 2nd, as it welcomed the arrival of the GLOVIS vessel Silver Sky transporting automobiles destined for Canada.
February 5, 2024
A Strong Finish to 2023 for the NWSA December Volumes up 13.5%, 2023 Full Exports Up 4.9% Auto Units Up 96%
January 22, 2024
The purpose of the proposed project is to install a new gate complex to replace the existing gate complex at the entrance to Terminal 5.
January 2, 2024
NWSA YTD Full Exports up 1.3%
December 18, 2023
The Port of Tacoma (POT) and the Port of Seattle (POS) joined the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in ceremonies marking design agreements for the Seattle Navigation Improvement Project and the Tacoma Harbor Navigation Improvement Project. 
December 12, 2023
The Northwest Seaport Alliance is glad to welcome Jeff Bellerud as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, he will be responsible for overseeing marine operations including rail, road, terminals, breakbulk operations, and management of the waterway.
December 4, 2023
Led by Exports, NWSA TEU Volumes Increase 0.9% in October NWSA Auto Units Up 110.3% YTD
November 16, 2023
The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) has been selected to receive $54 million in grant funding from the 2023 Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP). The funding will support the expansion of Husky Terminal in our South Harbor, further increasing the NWSA gateway’s global competitiveness and regional job opportunities.
November 1, 2023
September 2023 container volumes were the highest monthly total so far this year at the NWSA. Consistent vessel arrivals along with increased intact intermodal rail volumes led to the strong performance. Improved vessel schedules also contributed to the increase in export volumes. September 2023 container volumes reached 329,609 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), with total container volume increasing 15.5% over September 2022. Full imports for the month increased 31.8% while full exports increased 33.6%. The September performance improved year-over-year volume comparisons though low-import demand market conditions are expected to continue in the near-term. Total TEUs declined 16.3% YTD to 2,203,757 TEUs, with full imports and exports declining 19.1% and 0.8%, respectively.
October 20, 2023