2021 Essential Revenue and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Global Freight Carriers
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After once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, supply chains are adjusting to new normal.
Global supply chain, so often taken for granted, becomes cause for worldwide concern.
Find out where the Top 50 Global Freight Carriers are based.
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Pacific Northwest

Port NameCityType of FreightTEUsVolume of Freight Tonnage
International Port of Dutch HarborUnalaska Island, Alaskacontainer 1,436,905
Northwest Seaport AllianceSeattle and Tacoma, Wash.container, break bulk, liquid bulk, dry bulk, automobile, heavy lift, special project cargo, refrigerated, passenger, air cargo 44,505,850
Port NikiskiNikishka, Alaskaliquid bulk 3,645,972
Port of AnacortesAnacortes, Wash.container, dry bulk, air cargo, special project cargo, passenger 8,532,308
Port of AnchorageAnchorage, Alaskacontainer, break bulk, dry bulk, liquid bulk, automotive, air cargo, passenger 2,828,417
Port of Coos BayCoos Bay, Ore.container 2,069,200
Port of Grays HarborGrays Harbor, Wash.container, break bulk, liquid bulk, air cargo 2,843,420
Port of KalamaKalama, Wash.container 17,021,646
Port of KivalinaKivalina, Alaskaliquid bulk, container, passenger 2,770,614
Port of LongviewLongview, Wash.container, break bulk, liquid bulk, dry bulk, heavy lift, special project cargo 9,669,258
Port of NanaimoNanaimo, British Columbiacontainer, break bulk, dry bulk, liquid bulk, passenger 3,500,000
Port of PortlandPortland, Ore.container, break bulk, liquid bulk, dry bulk, automobile, heavy lift, air cargo, special project cargo 19,350,485
Port of ValdezValdez, Alaskaliquid bulk, container, passenger 25,176,735
Port of VancouverVancouver, British Columbiacontainer, break bulk, dry bulk, liquid bulk, automobile, special project cargo, passenger 145,495,000
Port of VancouverVancouver, Wash.container, break bulk, dry bulk, heavy lift, special projects cargo 10,959,713
Prince Rupert HarbourPrince Rupert, British Columbiacontainer, break bulk, dry bulk, liquid bulk, special project cargo, passenger 32,450,000
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