The Port of Kalama is home to more than 30 companies employing more than 1,000 people. Manufacturing companies, storage facilities, distribution business, exporters, recycling agents, trucking companies and many others make their home in Kalama. They benefit from the Port’s superior customer service and business support. And because of comprehensive planning, we’ve still got room to grow!

“The Port of Kalama is the ideal location for us to expand our business facilities and better serve our customers in the Pacific Northwest,” says Steve Collins, National Sales and Marketing Director, Bridger Steel Inc., a company expanding operations at the Port’s new industrial building opening at the end of the summer. “Kalama’s location and proximity to I-5 will enable us to serve a very large area of the Pacific Northwest very quickly.”

All Port businesses and industries give back to our community. Kalama residents are the beneficiaries of the significant capital investment of the businesses here at the Port of Kalama. Revenue from wharf usage, leases, and other business fees enable the Port to fulfill its mission of inducing capital investment in an environmentally responsible manner to create jobs and to enhance public recreational opportunities.

Thanks to port businesses and the port’s commitment to serving the public with parks, recreational facilities, walking paths and a state-of-the-art marina, locals enjoy the bounty without paying a cent in taxes.

For a list of all businesses and industries making their home at Port of Kalama, click here.

Next up: Discover! New Industrial Park Building opens later this summer—who are the tenants?

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