Lower your transportation costs by including rail in your supply chain. With the Port as a partner, you don’t have to have tracks at your door to access rail, because we do, and we specialize in service personalized to meet your individual needs. Some of the products we handle are: Standard Rail Commodities: Lumber, metals, paper, rebar bundles, […]
The Port is located at the Junction of I15 and I90, making it an excellent location for regional distribution. Some commodities regularly distributed through our facility to multiple outlets include building materials, liquid road de-icer, fertilizer, fuel and automobiles. Products can be brought in on rail, on truck or on a combination of rail and […]
We know it works; so does South Carolina. Read about their plans for a second inland port in 2017 and what the advantages are. http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/2016/09/12/states-second-inland-port-come-2017/90262140/
The Port of Montana recently celebrated its 30th anniversary in a shared celebration that included ribbon cuttings for SepticNET and Blacklock Block, the two newest manufacturers to locate in the Montana Connections Business Development Park. Established in 1986, the Port of Montana is a 55 acre facility which was created to assist in economic development […]
Mark your calendars! We are looking forward to seeing you at our booth in Las Vegas at the North American Wholesale Lumber Association (NAWLA click here: http://www.nawla.org/) Traders Market October 26-28. See how the Port’s successful track record in distributing & transloading lumber products throughout Montana, Wyoming and Idaho can simplify your supply chain and save […]
In observance of Labor Day, the Port of Montana will be closed Monday, September 5th. The Port will resume normal operating hours at 7:00 am on Tuesday morning, September 6th. We hope you enjoy the holiday!
We recently ran across an excellent article that highlights the environmental efficiency of rail that we’d like to share. The New Mexico Transloading blog reminds us of the basics we sometimes forget, that in addition to being more economical than long haul trucking, rail shipping uses less fuel and helps reduce greenhouse emissions. The Port […]
The Port of Montana will be closed for Independence Day, Monday, July 4th. We will resume normal hours of operation on Tuesday, July 5th at 7am. We hope you enjoy the Holiday!