Dependable Distribution Services   (215) 462-5780



Philadelphia Regional Port Authority   (215) 426-2600



Columbus Blvd. (Delaware Avenue) between Oregon Avenue and Jackson Street, Philadelphia, PA



Pier 84's operation is a good example of an increasingly common occurrence at the Port: management and labor working together to craft a business arrangement attractive to today's shipper. In this case, this cooperative effort resulted in Pier 84 quickly becoming Philadelphia's dedicated terminal for cocoa beans. This modern terminal meets all the needs of this sensitive cargo, and has seen continuous cargo growth as a result.  


Specialized Cargoes Cocoa beans and cocoa products
Terminal Area 13.9 acres
Number/Size of Berths 1 berth:  855 linear ft. (260.6 m.)
Depth at MLW 32 ft. (9.14 m.)
Number/Size of Storage Warehouses 1 dry storage 500,000 sq. ft. (46,452 sq. m.)
1 dry storage 40,000 sq. ft. (3,716 sq. m.)
Loading Docks Canopied loading platforms for over 40 trucks
Highways Close access to highways I-95 and I-76
Rail Connections CSX, Norfolk Southern
Other  Features Value added services include de-bagging, super sacking, weighing and testing


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