Port Terminals

Ajax Asphalt Terminal
12500 Stocker Rd. Detroit MI Asphalt
Liquid bulk

Buckeye Terminals, LP
205 Marion Ave. River Rouge MI

Carmeuse Lime & Stone
25 Marion Ave. River Rouge MI
Coal, Stone

Detroit Bulk Storage, Inc. 530
East Great Lakes Ave. River Rouge MI coal

Detroit Edison Co. - Trenton Channel Plant
4695 Jefferson Avenue Trenton MI

Detroit Steel Company, Ltd.
1491 West Jefferson Ave. Trenton MI
Bulk, general cargo, steel

Detroit Windsor Truck Ferry, Inc.
6975 West Jefferson Ave. Detroit MI
Trucks, Heavy equipment, general freight

Edward C. Levy Company
9785 Brennan Street Detroit MI
Limestone, slag, coal, stone

Lafarge Midwest
1301 Springwells Court Detroit MI


Marathon Petroleum Co./Rouge
Asphalt Terminal
301 South Fort Street Detroit MI

Marathon Petroleum Co.
1300 South Fort Street Detroit MI


Michigan Marine Terminal
225 Marion Avenue, P. O. Box 18247 River Rouge MI
Petroleum, paving grade, asphalt

Morton Salt Company
10335 Flora Street Detroit MI

Motor City Intermodal Distribution, Inc.
4335 W. Fort Street Detroit MI
Dock inactive


Motor City Materials, LLC
126 West Pleasant Street River Rouge MI
Salt, sand

Port of Detroit Marine Terminal
4105 W. Jefferson Ave. Detroit MI
Containers, general cargo, heavy lifts lumber, machinery,
nonferrous, metals, scrap iron, steel

Nicholson Terminal & Dock Co.
360 E. Great Lakes Ave. Ecorse MI


General cargo Severstal Dearborn LLC
14661 Rotunda Drive - P. O. Box 1699 Dearborn MI
Coke, steel by-product


St. Mary's Cement Inc.
9333 Dearborn Street Dearborn MI

Superior Materials, LLC
8911 W. Jefferson Ave. Detroit MI

United States Gypsum Co.
2 Division Street River Rouge MI

U. S. Steel Great Lakes Works
10090 West Jefferson Ave. River Rouge MI
Gypsum, cement board

Waterfront Petroleum Terminal Co.
1071 Miller Road Dearborn MI

Our History

In 1701, Detroit was founded by Antoine de La MoThe Cadillac when he planted the flag of France at the foot of what is now Griswold Street. Detroit's geographic location between the upper and lower Great Lakes provided reliable access to several key forest, soil and mining materials. In 1749, concerted efforts were begun to strengthen the French hold on the Ohio territory....

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