Category: News Releases

Port of Vancouver USA approves sale of 18.9 acres to Sunlight Supply Inc.

VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Port of Vancouver USA Board of Commissioners on Feb. 10 unanimously approved selling 18.9 acres of prime light-industrial property to Sunlight Supply Inc./National Garden Wholesale. The Vancouver-based company and port tenant is planning to build a 285,000-square-foot facility at the port’s Centennial Industrial Park. The facility would be Sunlight’s corporate headquarters… Read more »

M/T Silver Hague calls the Port of Vancouver USA on her maiden voyage

VANCOUVER, Wash.—The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the M/T Silver Hague, commanded by Capt. Sergey Degtyaryov of Russia, on her maiden voyage Monday, Feb. 2. Capt. Degtyaryov and his 21-member crew were welcomed to Vancouver by Atsuo Utsumi, Inchcape Shipping Services Port Manager; Aaron Flett, NuStar Energy Terminal Manager; Greg Murphy, NuStar Energy Supervisor; Steve… Read more »

Port of Vancouver USA welcomes August Oldendorff on her maiden voyage

VANCOUVER, Wash.—The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the August Oldendorff, commanded by Capt. Leszek T. Sagin of Poland, on her maiden voyage Feb. 2, 2015. Capt. Leszek and his 22-member crew were welcomed to Vancouver by Chris Cummins, agent representing Pacific Northwest Ship & Cargo; Jenny Baker, Superintendent for Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals; Kent Cash,… Read more »

Join a Port of Vancouver USA tour and discover the excitement and diversity of Washington’s third oldest port

VANCOUVER, Wash. —The most common remark we hear from people learning about the Port of Vancouver USA is, “I had no idea!” There’s a lot going on at Washington’s third oldest port, and now there are six opportunities to see the port in action this year. Our free, two-hour public tours showcase many of the… Read more »

Port approves 10-year lease extension with Northwest Packing Co.

VANCOUVER, Wash. —Port of Vancouver USA commissioners approved a 10-year lease extension with Northwest Packing Co. on Jan. 13 that could keep the longtime Clark County business in Vancouver through 2024. “I’m pleased,” said Commission President Nancy Baker. “Keeping Northwest Pack here in this community is valuable to our community and valuable to the port,… Read more »

No new taxes: Port commission again chooses to hold levy steady

Budget for 2015 also includes significant revenue increase, capital investments VANCOUVER, Wash. – For the third year in a row, the Port of Vancouver USA Board of Commissioners has chosen not to take the one percent tax increase ports are allowed annually under Washington state law. The board’s Nov. 18 decision keeps the amount of… Read more »

Port begins final phase of West Vancouver Freight Access rail projects

Millions in rail congestion relief delivered early and under budget VANCOUVER, Wash.—The final elements in a decade-long, $275 million effort to improve rail movement at the Port of Vancouver USA are moving toward construction. The port’s Board of Commissioners in October authorized a $1.6 million construction contract with Railworks Track Systems of Chehalis, Washington. The… Read more »

Northwest Packing Co. will remain at Port of Vancouver USA

VANCOUVER, Wash. — After more than three years of negotiations, the Port of Vancouver USA and Northwest Packing Co. have agreed on terms and conditions necessary to extend the company’s lease for an additional 25 years, keeping the longtime tenant at the port for the foreseeable future. “We couldn’t be more pleased,” said port CEO… Read more »

Port commission to vote on 2015 budget Nov. 18

VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Port of Vancouver USA Board of Commissioners will meet Tuesday, Nov. 18, to consider approval of the port’s 2015 budget. Open session begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Commission Room at the port’s administrative office, 3103 NW Lower River Road, Vancouver. The port will hold a public hearing on the proposed… Read more »

Port of Vancouver USA welcomes Kypros Unity on her maiden voyage

VANCOUVER, Wash.—The Port of Vancouver USA welcomed the Kypros Unity, commanded by Capt. Wilfredo F. Itable of Cyprus, on her maiden voyage Oct. 28. Capt. Itable and his 20-member Filipino crew were welcomed to Vancouver by Keith Anderson and Curtis Williams of United Grain Corp., Beth Sanchez of Transmarine Navigation, and Ken Mishler of the… Read more »