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RoRo

From automobiles, to farming equipment — military transports, to wind turbine blades, three of The Port of Virginia’s six terminals are uniquely equipped with modern deep-water berths to handle roll-on roll-off (RoRo) cargo.

We’ve recently expanded our capacity at our Portsmouth Marine Terminal (PMT), which had been used for construction overflow and as a container relief valve during the recent expansion of the Norfolk container terminal, Richmond Marine Terminal manages offloads inland, and our Newport News Marine Terminal continues to be an ideal destination for our ro-ro customers. 

It’s Auto Import Yard “A” is 10 acres, and Auto Yard “B” is on 15, seeing the likes of giant automotive manufacturers such as Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Mitsui OSK, Nissan Motor Company, Rederi A/B Transatlantic, Hoegh Autoliners, MOL Car Carriers and ACL regularly. 30 other lines call Newport News on inducement, and there is a permanent ro-ro ramp for construction and agricultural equipment.