Bennu joins a growing number of industries and businesses who have found the Port of Kalama — just 30 minutes from Portland, Oregon — an ideal location to grow their businesses.
Recent Analysis Cites Shortage of Industrial Land in Portland, While Just 30 Minutes Away Port of Kalama Offers Shovel-Ready Industrial Acreage
Port of Kalama, a significant player in the northwest economy, offers acres of available industrial land, office space and no state, corporate or personal incomes taxes – just some of the reasons companies are choosing to expand there.
From Japan to Kalama: Bulk Carrier Ship, Coral Crystal, Makes Port of Kalama First Stop on Maiden Voyage
All Filipino crew loading soy at Kalama Export LLC for transport to China
All American Containers Chooses Port of Kalama to Expand Operations and Distribution of Full Service Packaging and Bottles for Wine Industry
Company leases 33,000 square foot facility at the port and commences local hiring process.
Port of Kalama accounting and maintenance jobs go to local professionals.
Port of Kalama Names Alan Basso to Fill Commission Vacancy Left by Death of Longtime Port Commissioner Jim Lucas
Basso assumes the role of Port Commissioner effective immediately and shall serve until a qualified person is elected and certified at the next general election in November 2013
From Korea to Kalama: Bulk Carrier Ship, Q Keen, Makes Port of Kalama First Stop on Maiden Voyage from Korea
All Filipino crew loading corn at Kalama Export LLC for transport to China
Port of Kalama and Kalama Export LLC Welcome the Figalia Navigator of Greece on Her Maiden Voyage Across International Waters
In addition to cargo, the ship brings with it the next generation ballast water treatment system, an advanced high-tech method for managing aquatic invasive species.
Port of Kalama Seeks to Fill Commission Vacancy Left by Death of Longtime Port Commissioner Jim Lucas
Applicants must apply by no later than April 30; new appointment will be made by no later than July 3, 2012
Port of Kalama Commissioner Jim Lucas will be remembered as a tireless community leader who helped position the Port as an economic development engine and industrial hub for the region.