Port Fisher Terminals has access to an advanced transportation network, including vessel, rail, and highway transportation. Contacts for vessel, rail, and highway transportation are available upon request. Contact us.
Port Fisher Terminals is located in Bay City, MI near the mouth of the Saginaw River. The port is protected by the Saginaw Bay, and features 1,000 feet of steel seawall, with no bridges obstructing vessel access. The port can be accessed by both Domestic and International vessels through the use of the St. Lawrence Seaway System. Tug/Tow assistance is also available through a local operator year-round.
Railroad service to Port Fisher Terminals is supported by Lake States Railroad of Saginaw, MI. Lake States Class A interchanges with CSX and Canadian National (CN). The switching yard is located only a quarter mile from the port. At the port itself, over 3,000 feet of rehabilitated railroad have been put in place for simple material transportation across the dock, and over 2,500 feet of additional railroad is available.
Highway transportation services from Port Fisher Terminals are supported and serviced by Class A roads, connecting to major highways. Routinely accessed highways include I-75, US-23, M-46, US-10, and many others. All site-access roads are paved and a scale-house is available on site.