June 24 - The US port of Longview in Washington state has announced that an industrial waterfront property on the Columbia river on the US west coast is on the market.
Bridgeview terminal, comprised of two cargo docks and upland areas, recently became available when a long-term lease with its former bulk cargo operator/tenant expired earlier this year.
While the port is primarily interested in responses concerning import or export bulk cargo, it will consider opportunities for other marine-dependent uses.
Longview is a deep water port with connections to international markets. "Opportunities to establish new terminal operations or terminal redevelopment are minimal on the west coast," said business development manager Laurie Nelson-Cooley. "Here at the port of Longview, we have a facility ready to handle cargo with direct transport connections and an experienced work force."
The port has issued a formal request for expression of interest to determine interest in the property. Included in the request, respondents will find a summary of terminal property, on-site facilities and additional potentially available properties.