Georgia Ports Authority

Port of Bainbridge


Owned and operated by the Georgia Ports Authority, Port Bainbridge is conveniently located on the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Waterway, or Tri-Rivers System. The facility is equipped to handle a variety of bulk cargoes via barge traffic, including nitrogen solution, gypsum, ammonium sulfate, urea, cottonseed and cypress bark mulch.

 


Specifications

Overview  
Terminal Owner / Operator

GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY

Terminal Area

107 ACRES (43.3 HECTARES)

Cargo Handled

LIQUID/DRY BULK

Berthing Space

LIQUID BULK: 421FT (39.1M) / DRY BULK: 529FT (49.1M)

Depth Alongside

9FT (2.7M)

Dock Height

13FT (3.9M)

Transit Shed & Warehousing

Area

T-Shed

6,000FT2 (557M2)

Warehouse 1

26,000FT2 (2,416M2)

Warehouse 2

26,000FT2 (2,416M2)

Warehouse 3

15,000FT2 (1,394M2)

Warehouse 4

20,000FT2 (1,858M2)

Total

93,000FT2 (9,292M2)

Support Equipment  

(1) 65-ton truck crane with 4-yard clam shell bucket

(2) Front end loaders with 3-yard capacity

(2) Forklifts with 9,000LB (4,100KG) lift capacity

Portable conveyors

Dry bulk rail unloader

Dump trucks, hoppers and other
miscellaneous materials-handling equipment