Newport News Marine Terminal (NNMT)
Newport News Marine Terminal (NNMT) is the Virginia Port Authority’s main break-bulk and roll-on/roll-off facility. The terminal occupies approximately 165 acres on the north bank of the James River, offering 60 acres of outside storage and 968,000 sq ft of covered storage space. Vessels have access to two piers with four vessel berths, containing 3,480 feet of berth space, with draft depth as deep as 40 feet, accommodating vessels 850 feet in length. The facility also contains 18,990 feet of Class I rail provided by CSX. In addition, NNMT has a roll-on/roll off ramp on Pier C South to deliver heavy-lift such as power plant equipment for delivery via water.
The facility is a U.S. Customs-designated port of entry, and the full range of customs functions is available to customers, including bonded storage areas.
NNMT provides direct, on-dock rail service with CSX, with the ability to transfer with Norfolk Southern in Richmond. NNMT has a permanent roll-on/roll-off ramp for loading/unloading rail cars with construction and agricultural equipment benefits for NNMT customers.
NNMT presents potential customers the opportunity to build additional warehouses or specialized cargo handling facilities if opportunities present themselves.
Newport News Marine Terminal is located just off Interstate 664 in downtown Newport News, with easy access to Interstate 64, US Route 17 and US Route 60.
Property- 165 acres
968,000 square feet of covered storage
Over 60 acres of outside storage"
Foreign Trade Zone #20
Auto Import Yard A- 10.0 Acres
Auto-Import Yard B- 15.0 Acres
Open Storage – 32 Acres
2 Berths; 575 L.F., 2 Berths to 920 L.F. each
US Route 60
2 inbound; 2 outbound
18,990 feet of access and storage track on dock rail to each pier direct service with CSX
Map & Directions
Newport News Marine Terminal
25th St. and Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23607
Additional waypoint – Exit 6 off I-664
Phone (for facility directions and hours only): 757-440-7160
Monday through Friday: 0700 – 1100 hours, Noon – 1500 hours.
Dispatches stop at 1500 hours.
On all non-restricted holidays (overtime days), VIT management will
review to determine if LTL will be operational on these holidays.