Fully equipped and ready for commerce. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa has five public terminal areas, each fully equipped and staffed to efficiently transfer inbound and outbound cargos between barges, trucks and rail cars. The assets of these terminals, with the exception of the liquid bulk facilities, are owned by the Tulsa Port of Catoosa but are maintained and operated by independent contractors that have lease agreements with the Port Authority. The liquid bulk companies are private and own their own facilities.
General Dry Cargo Dock - The general dry cargo dock primarily loads and unloads commodity iron and steel, project cargo and other breakbulk material. Operated by Tuloma Stevedoring, Inc., it is a public dock, 720 feet long, with a 230-foot wide concrete apron, equipped with an assortment of forklifts and cranes, including a 200-ton overhead traveling bridge crane. For more information, including quotes, contact Carol Young or Terry McDonald at (918) 266-1270.
The Roll-on/Roll-off Low Water Wharf is a public dock operated by the Port Authority for transferring over-dimensional or over-weight project cargo such as giant processing equipment used in refineries. The wharf is 180 feet long with a 50-foot wide concrete apron and embedded railroad tracks. The dock is connected to a concrete road with a gentle 3.2 percent slope. Loads exceeding 600 tons can be driven directly onto to off of giant ocean-rated flat-deck barges using rail cars, trucks or wheeled transporters. Contact David Yarbrough, operations manager, at (918) 266-2291, by fax at (918) 266-7678 or email@example.com for more information.
Dry Bulk Terminal - The Port's dry bulk terminal is a public terminal operated by Gavilon Fertilizer LLC. A wide range of dry bulk commodities, from fertilizer to pig iron, can easily be transferred between modes of transportation. Inbound and outbound systems can load or unload up to 400 tons per hour. Covered storage is available for 80,000 tons of material and open storage for 50,000 tons. The terminal is equipped with two pedestal cranes and an outbound loading conveyance system. Unit train transfers are also possible. For more information including quotes, contact Matt Benda, terminal manager, at (918) 266-1244.
Grain Terminals - The Tulsa Port of Catoosa has two grain handling facilities – one public and one private. Both are operated by Gavilon, LLC. Facilities include outbound conveyance systems with 25,000-bushel-per-hour capacity, inbound unloading systems with a 30,000 bushel per hour capacity, grain samplers, dust control systems, and approximately 5.0 million bushel storage capacity. Grain grading is available on-site. The major product handled by these terminals is outbound hard red winter wheat, but inbound or outbound soybeans, oats, milo and millet can also be handled. Grain barges can be loaded in as little as 2.5 hours. These facilities will remain open 24 hours per day in peak season if necessary. For further information, call (918) 266-1991.
Bulk Liquids Terminal - Many types of bulk liquids, including chemicals, asphalt, refined petroleum products and molasses are transferred and stored at seven private terminals at the Port. These terminals should be contacted directly for information regarding the types of materials they handle and quotes for shipping, loading and unloading. For more information, contact these companies: Brenntag, BKEP Energy Partners, LLC., Nustar Energy, LP (Formerly Valero LP), Safety-Kleen, Petro Source Terminals, Terra Nitrogen, and Westway.