Nassau Container Port


  • What are the hours of operation?
    The port is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (public holidays excluded). The port accommodates requests to serve carriers and importers outside of the regular operating hours; additional fees and rules apply.
  • When was the port's IPO?
    In January 2012, the IPO was completed when the Company issued 996,915 additional ordinary shares to the investing public. That brought the total issued ordinary shares to 4,996,915 with the Government and the Founding Private Sector group each holding 2,000,000 ordinary shares each. All shares where priced at $10 per share and have the same rights and privileges.
  • Where can I get an annual report?
    You can access the latest annual report and financial statements on this website at
  • Where can I find tariff information?
    To read all the updated tariff information governing the port's terminal facilities, click here The Nassau Container Port Tariff information was created in a Portable Document Format (PDF). To obtain a copy of Acrobat Reader, used for downloading, viewing, and printing this publication, click here. This is a one-time process, please follow the installation and browser configuration instructions provided by Adobe Acrobat.
  • Is cargo warehousing available?
    Absolutely. The Gladstone Freight Terminal offers 90,000 square feet of cargo warehousing and deconsolidation space. The warehouse is home to a number of shipping companies that operate their own individual bonded warehouse. Additionally, common warehouse operators serve the needs of carriers that choose not to lease warehouse space.
  • What berthing space is available for shippers?
    The Port has three container vessel berths, including two RORO berths and a LOLO berth, with 2,567 feet of berthing space and a 28-foot draft. For further information call the planning department at 242.601.5037.

  • What cranes are available to load and offload containers?
    Three 320-ton Liebherr Mobile Harbour Cranes discharge and loan containers from vessels with great efficiency and automated precision.

  • The Port has implemented the Navis Terminal Operating System.  What is it and how does it benefit shippers and customers alike?
    The Navis Terminal Operating System is a great source of company pride. Using electronic solutions, the Navis System has automated the tracking of containers through the port (between the vessel and Port gate), maximizing efficiency of movements through the terminal and reducing the risk of security breaches and loss of freight equipment. This degree of goods management and protection is an essential and expected service to port users, and vital to supply chain integrity.