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Terminal 3
Terminal 3 Information
Terminal 3 is the primary cargo loading terminal, loading forest products destined to Pacific Rim countries, and ocean log barges shipping to domestic markets. The terminal is supported by a five-acre back-up logyard.

Ship loading and equipment operation are supported by a Longshore work force in ILWU Local 27. T-3 is capable of handling loading from both water and wharf and is the Ports heavy lift pier and can accommodate cranes up to 200 tons.
 
Terminal 3 

Terminal 3 Details Description
Terminal Operator Port of Port Angeles
Location Latitude 48.12494 / Longitude 123.44080
At the foot of Cedar and Tumwater Streets
Use Shipment and discharge of general cargo; shipment of logs, lumber, wood pulp, and other cargo
Length 445 ft.
Height 17 ft.
Water Depth  36.5 ft. m.l.l.w.
Apron Open
Services USDA certified potable water, power (600 amps, 480v, 3 phase), phones, garbage, lights, fuel, lubes, bunkering, stores, cranes, environmental services
Storage Port log yard (log dumping / rafting); surge area, limited covered warehouse storage
Handling Equipment Three log stackers, three forklifts (capacity: to 16,000 pounds)

Michael V. Nimmo
Title: Marine Terminal Manager
Phone: 360-457-8812
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Dan Shea
Title:  Operations Supervisor
Phone: 360-460-2696
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