The Port of Pascagoula is centrally located on the Gulf of Mexico with convenient and efficient transportation outlets via Interstate 10, U.S. Highway 90 and the CSX Railroad. It has close proximity to the deep-water shipping lanes of the Gulf of Mexico with an average pilotage time of 60 to 90 minutes. The East Channel and Harbor at Bayou Casotte has a maintained depth of 42’ with an 1150’ x 940’ turning basin also maintained at 42’.
CSA Pascagoula employs the following terminals for continuous break bulk forestry cargo operations:
TERMINAL D: 732 ft. x 45 ft. Wharf.
Supported by two transit warehouses with 158,550 square feet, combined
TERMINAL E: 517 ft. x 37 ft. Wharf
TERMINAL G: 516 ft. x 60 ft. Wharf and 695 ft. x 120 ft. Barge Berth
TERMINAL F: 737 ft. x 55 ft. Wharf
TERMINAL H: 556 ft. x 35 ft. Wharf.
175,000 sq. ft. transit warehouse (shared with Terminal G)
The Terminals are supported by two 174,870 sq. ft. transit sheds with inside rail spur for all weather operations.