Baltimore, MD, USA - Mid-Atlantic Terminal (MAT)

Located at the Port of Baltimore's Dundalk Marine Terminal, Mid-Atlantic Terminal handles a variety of RoRo import and export cargo.

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Contact information

Mid-Atlantic Terminal (MAT)

  • 2700 Broening Highway,
    Bldg. 602A
    21222, Baltimore
    MD, United States
  • 443-216-1660
  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday 08:00 - 15:30
  • Holiday closings:
    New Year's Day; Martin Luther King's Day; Lincoln's birthday; Presidents' Day; Mar 17 Thomas Gleason's birthday); Good Friday; Easter Sunday; Memorial Day; Independence Day ;Day after Independence Day; Labor Day; Defenders' Day; Columbus Day; Election Day; Veterans' Day); Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; New Year's Eve

Your East Coast gateway

With ocean transport services to ports around the world, coupled with rail and road connections linking with the rest of the U.S, Mid-Atlantic Terminal can serve a critical link in getting your cargo to market.

Our terminal staff can ensure your cargo is prepped and ready for it's next journey, whether by land or sea, by providing a variety of services.

What we do:

  • indoor and outdoor storage
  • cargo staging and packaging
  • fumigation and heat treatment services
  • crane lifts
  • documentation preparation
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Value-added services

  • On-port vehicle processing

    Use our dockside vehicle processing centre (VPC) to stage, fine-tune, inspect and distribute volumes across your dealer network. With easy road and rail connections, our Brunswick terminal and VPC can help you reduce lead times and improve speed to market.

  • On-port equipment processing

    Our dockside equipment processing facilities can serve as an extension of your supply chain to assemble/disassemble, , fine-tune, inspect and distribute your products across your customer network.

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Terminal facts

Storage facilitiesIndoor and outdoor
Area26 Hectares (65 Acres)
Lifting capabilities

315 Tonnes

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