- The Port is approximately five miles long from Columbia River mile 72 to mile 77.
- Over 100,000 rail cars arrive at Port of Kalama each year.
- Between 12 and 14 million TONS (not bushels) of grain are exported from Port of Kalama each year. (These are short tons = 2,000 lbs)
- Soybeans, corn, milo, and many grades of wheat are exported from grain facilities at the Port of Kalama. These products come from many states including Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and North Dakota.
- Over 1,022 employees are employed by businesses on the port.
- The Port chooses not to collect any property tax, therefore has no Tax Levy Revenue.
|Total Operating Revenues||14,649,038|
|Marine Terminal Operating Revenues||10,408,787|
|Short Tons Imported (steel coil) *||340,062|
|Short Tons Exported (grain) *||13,900,868|
|VESSEL CALLS, Kalama Export||119|
|VESSEL CALLS, TEMCO||117|
|VESSEL CALLS, North Port||39|
|TOTAL VESSEL CALLS||275|