Truck entrance at the Port of Baltimore

Truck Gate Entrances

Dundalk Marine Terminal
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

Seagirt Marine Terminal
2600 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

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Phone: 410-385-4451

Within minutes of I-95, the primary north/south route along the east coast, including six interstates, Port of Baltimore is strategically located. Our highway networks keep's cargo moving to two-third's of the nation's population and manufacturing base's being within an overnight truck drive, including Canada. With new gate automation using the latest computer tracking system, our gates are built for speed.

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