Services provided

Barge-truck-rail unloading & loading & transfer of steel coils & muliti modal service of general commodities, rail mover service

In Port Complex –tenants provides Steel Processing,slitting,cut to length,leveling & stretching of plate, large pipe fab , sheet piling , stamping , coating ,large fabrication , pet. Transfer, etc, like tug boat service.Access

The port’s location at the northern end of the Tenn-Tom near its confluence with the Tennessee River at Mile 215.5 in the Pickwick reservoir provides immediate access to two federally operated and maintained waterways.

The port is responsible for keeping its dockside berths and maneuver areas suitable for barges. However, little maintenance is needed since the port is located in the Yellow Creek Embayment that is part of Pickwick Lake where natural depths exist.  

The port serves standard hopper & large deck barges as well as tanker barges hauling petroleum products.


Highway Access 
 US 45 (15 miles) ,US 72 (15 miles)        
I-22 / US 78 (60 miles)
I-40 (75 miles, via MS 25, TN 128, US 64 and TN 22)

Nearest US highway:          
US 72 (15 miles) US 45 (15 miles)
Connectors to main arteries:
350 to 45→ 25 → 72 south of Iuka
25 &365 to 72

Rail Access:
On-site rail:        
KCS connection on site with rail spurs
Rail connections:        
Kansas City Rail  service connection

Port’s Northeast Mississippi Waterfront Industrial Park is served by NS RR.   
The port offers 1,100 acres on rail near the port. More needed on rail service, its reliability, scheduling of service, etc from the port.

Port Area:
Acres Owned:                1500 
Acres Developed:               400 
Acres Not Developed:            
Some 200 acres at the NE MS Waterfront Industrial Park and some 1000 acres near the port that have rail and highway access