• Michigan's Gateway Port

    The Port of Monroe is Michigan’s only port on Lake Erie and serves as the gateway to the State of Michigan’s far reaching multimodal transportation network

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  • The Mariner’s Port

    Our reputation is built on efficient cargo handling, economic freight rates and a highly accommodating Port management team.

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  • The Biggest Little Port

    The Port of Monroe is Michigan’s only port on Lake Erie and serves as the gateway to the State of Michigan’s far reaching multimodal transportation network.

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Welcome to the Port of Monroe: Michigan’s Gateway Port

The Port of Monroe is Michigan’s only port on Lake Erie and serves as the gateway to the State of Michigan’s far reaching multimodal transportation network. Located on the deep-draft frontage of the River Raisin, with direct rail Class 1 rail access, and immediately adjacent to I-75, the Port of Monroe represents the closest convergence of major freight assets anywhere in the region. This accessibility coupled with efficient cargo handling, economic freight rates and a highly accommodating Port management team have earned us the reputation of being the “Mariner’s Port” to our customers and “The Biggest Little Port” on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway System.

 


 

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The Monroe News - Port of Monroe dubbed ‘biggest little port’

A recent economic study detailed the impact of Michigan’s only shipping port on Lake Erie. Source: The Monroe News Written […]

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Port of Monroe Economic Impacts Study Results Released - Supports Over 1,659 Jobs & Contributes $96 Million in Economic Activity

Washington, DC (September 5, 2018) – The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership announces the release of Economic Impacts of the Port […]

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Great Lakes Seaway Review - Keeping it nimble and simple

Port of Monroe builds efficient, cost-effective transportation hub through public-private partnerships Source: Great Lakes Seaway Review Written By: Janenne Irene Pung Port […]

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