Our goal at New Orleans Terminal is to disseminate information quickly to keep operations flowing smoothly and efficiently. We understand that time is money and our job is the quick turnaround of cargo, from ship to shore to truck to rail. We will utilize all the modes of transportation that fit your requirements for shipments or deliveries. Constant communication is an absolute necessity to ensure that this process is achieved.
New Orleans Terminal has set a new Port record at PORT NOLA. Our world-class marine terminal facility handled the highest container volume from a single vessel, the MSC ALICANTE. The 5500 TEU vessel is from MSC’s Transatlantic North Europe, NEUALT3 Service. New Orleans Terminal’s operations began at 7:00 AM, February 18, 2021 and were completed at 5:00 PM on February 19, 2021. 2,368 containers were discharged.
New Orleans Terminal’s prime location on the Mississippi River gives our customers the advantage of keeping their cargo moving via various modes of transportation with minimal delays. The terminal contains a 3,500 feet (1066.8 meters) berth and 45 foot (13.716 meters) draft is supported by six post-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes, two manned RTGs and eighteen top loaders. The landside RTG and top loaders container stacks are uniquely positioned on an angle to facilitate easier approaches and departures for truckers. Two ERTGs service 6,000 feet of intermodal rail. There are fifteen reefer racks.
Despite the ongoing issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic, New Orleans Terminal LLC (NOT) has been hard at work refining and streamlining its processes used daily in its extensive marine container terminal operations. The terminal is located in the heart of the Uptown Wharves at the Port of New Orleans, Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal Complex.
Effective March 1, 2021
Despite the ongoing issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic, New Orleans Terminal LLC (NOT) has been hard at work refining and streamlining its process systems used daily in its extensive marine container terminal operations. Located in the heart of the Uptown Wharves at the Port of New Orleans, Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal Complex, New Orleans Terminal has a new program and system for its growing Container Freight Station (CFS). Transportation is ongoing and never stops so the New Orleans Terminal staff has taken their dedication, commitment, and reliability to a worthy task on a cloud based platform.
To better serve our customers, a new Warehouse Management System (WMS) has been developed internally as a proprietary system on a cloud based platform. By its nature, being built in-house, the NOT staff have full control over the WMS and its daily application in the field. As customers submit feedback and commentary, the WMS can be tailored and modified for a fully customized application. In addition, by being housed in a cloud-based platform, multiple users can directly update the WMS in real time on a desktop computer, a smart phone, or a wireless tablet. With wireless tablets already heavy use daily at NOT for various maintenance and repair applications, the institutional knowledge is readily at hand to modernize and digitize CFS operations with this new development. The WMS features include online quote requests, quick invoice turnaround times, transparency, ease of communication, and better internal reporting capabilities.
If you are interested in learning more about the Container Freight Station at New Orleans Terminal, how the new WMS will interact with customers daily, or how this application was developed and implemented, please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOT has also adjusted the process of handling CFS services/ payments. As of March 1, 2021, New Orleans Terminal requires pre-payments on all warehouse services which include stuffing, stripping, inspections, etc. (some exceptions allowed).
For more information or questions on NOT’s new Warehouse Management System, contact us at:
Job Position: Power Shop/Maintenance Supervisor
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Under the supervision of the New Orleans Terminal management, the Power Shop/Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Lead Power Mechanic as directed in the daily reporting and housekeeping duties required in maintaining a fleet of equipment to include but not limited to, fifth wheel trucks, forklifts, top-loaders, empty handlers, light duty pickup trucks as well as the general maintenance of the terminal complex. This to include the daily reporting and housekeeping functions, of the departmental staff mechanics duties to properly maintain the fleet equipment inclusive of all equipment work orders, PM scheduling, maintaining parts inventory, as well as the oversight of maintenance personal all to corporate standards. This along with other duties as directed by the Lead Mechanic.
For more information or questions on this new position contact us or send resumes to: email@example.com
Effective December 21, 2020, N.O.T.’s BILLING MAILING Address
and PHONE Number will change to:
New Orleans Terminal, c/o UTS
474 Wando Park Blvd, Suite 100
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
- All invoices can be sent electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please note that the NOT FAX for Truckers & Dispatchers email will be discontinued. Date to be advised.
- The Port of New Orleans Conference rates have increases as of 3/31/20. Please review in the N.O.T. Tariff section on the Home page.
- Please note that Operational Hours for N.O.T. Gate Hours are located on the Home page.
Port NOLA Sees Record Cruise Passengers and Ship Calls in 2019
Officials Expect Continued Growth With Additional Cruise Line Commitments in 2020
The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) saw another record-breaking year in cruise passenger numbers and vessel calls, as demand for cruising from the sixth-largest cruise port in the United States continues. With the launch of Disney cruises and the addition of year-round itineraries from Royal Caribbean International in 2020, Port officials anticipate another robust cruise season. During 2019, Port NOLA recorded 1.2 million cruise passenger movements, a new annual high, up from 1.18 million in 2018. Port NOLA also saw an increase in cruise vessel calls with a total of 251 in 2019 up from 235 calls the year before.
New Orleans Terminal
Online Payments For Importers
N.O.T. will release the cargo the same day upon payment through the PayCargo system.
- PayCargo Features
- Online, web-based, no software required
- Make Payments Electronically
- User-friendly interface
- N.O.T. is notified immediately
- Reduce Processing Costs
- No more checks or costly wires
GREEN MARINE CERTIFICATION
Green Marine is an environmental certification program voluntarily
initiated by the maritime industry in 2007 to challenge its enterprises to
do significantly better than what is required by regulations. The step-by-step
approach for each of the environmental priorities has facilitated the
participation of marine transportation enterprises of various types, sizes
and resources to improve over time while being held to the same rigorous
New Orleans Terminal scored high results in the 2020 Green Marine Performance Report.
Click here to view the Green Marine performance report and explanation of its judging criteria: Green Marine Certification Results