U.S. Locations

Global Headquarters

AMPORTS, Inc.
10201 Centurion Parkway North
Suite 401
Jacksonville, Florida 32256
(904) 652-2962 Fax: (904) 642-9167

Jim Davis, CEO
Steve Taylor, President & COO

Atlantic Terminal

AMPORTS Atlantic Terminal
2901 Childs Street
Baltimore, MD 21226
(410) 350-0400 Fax: (410) 354-8812

AMPORTS Atlantic Terminal is 55-acres of privately owned land with an 850 ft. deep-water berth. Access to a public deepwater berth (1,100 ft.) is also available for use if needed. The facility offers 84,000 sq./ft. of processing buildings. Rail access is provided by CSX with four sets of tracks that can receive up to 42 railcars and three sets of tracks nearby that can receive an additional 40 railcars. This AMPORTS facility is paved, fenced, lighted and secured by 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras. Atlantic Terminal is Located in the Fairfield area of Baltimore, giving it convenient access to Interstate 95, 695 and 895.

George Molyneaux, General Manager

Chesapeake Terminal

AMPORTS Chesapeake Terminal
2000 Chesapeake Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21226
(410) 355-9430 Fax: (410) 350-0088

AMPORTS Chesapeake Terminal is 102-acres of privately owned land with a 640 ft. deep-water berth. The facility offers 56,400 sq./ft. of processing buildings with one full service body shop and two down draft paint booths. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 18 truck carrier lanes. Rail access is provided by CSX with four sets of tracks on site that can receive up to 28 railcars and three sets of tracks nearby that can receive an additional 40 railcars. This AMPORT’S facility is paved, fenced, lighted and secured by 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras. Chesapeake Terminal is located in the Fairfield area of Baltimore, giving it convenient access to Interstate 95, 695 and 895.

George Molyneaux, General Manager

Dundalk Terminal

AMPORTS Dundalk Terminal
2700 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21222
(410) 633-3900 Fax: (410) 633-2105

AMPORTS Dundalk Terminal is located within the Port of Baltimore’s Dundalk Marine Terminal. It is a 62-acre facility leased from the Maryland Port Administration. This facility offers the flexibility of being served by 13 public berths with five dedicated public piers. Along with state-of-the-art equipment, AMPORTS operates from two processing buildings totaling 108,000 sq./ft., specifically designed to handle automotive and ro-ro cargo. The 26,400 sq./ft. body shop offers two down draft paint booths. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 23 truck carrier lanes. Rail access loading and unloading is provided by Norfolk Southern Railroad. This AMPORT’S facility is paved, fenced, lighted, secured by 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras.

James W. Wiedermann, Terminal Manager

Brunswick Terminal

AMPORTS Brunswick Terminal (BMW Processing Center)
106 Joe Frank Harris Blvd.
Brunswick, Georgia 31525
(912) 717-9975

AMPORTS Brunswick operates in the BMW owned processing center located midway between Jacksonville, Florida and Savannah, Georgia, adjacent to I-95 in an area better known as Colonel’s Island. The facility consists of 100,000 sq. ft. of processing buildings and office space on 35-acres of land. The Georgia Ports Authority operates three berths, two at 900 ft. and one at 750 ft. Rail service is provided by the Golden Isles, CSX and Norfolk Southern railroads. This AMPORTS serviced facility is paved, fenced, lighted and secured by 24-hour professional guard service with closed circuit TV cameras.

Neil Saggese, Terminal Manager

Jacksonville Terminal

AMPORTS Jacksonville Terminal
9240 Blount Island Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32226
(904) 751-4391 Fax: (904) 751-1712

AMPORTS Jacksonville terminal is located in northeast Florida on Blount Island, which includes five deep water berths totaling 4,004 sq./ft., is just nine miles from the Atlantic ocean, with easy access to I-95 and I-10 for inland transportation. AMPORTS Jacksonville operates on 141-acres of paved, fenced and lighted land, secured by a 24 hours professional guard service. The facility consists of 72,500 sq./ft. of processing buildings and a 22,000 sq./ft. body shop that offers three down draft booths and a two-bay prep booth. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 70 truck carrier lanes. Rail service is provided by CSX and can receive up to 63 railcars.

Kenneth Crews, General Manager

Tampa Terminal

AMPORTS Tampa Terminal
2302 Guy N Verger Blvd.
Tampa, Florida 33602
(904) 422-0204
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AMPORTS Tampa Terminal is on 76-acres with a 900 ft. long, 125 ft. wide deep-water berth, with a 34 ft. depth over mean low tide. The facility offers 96,000 sq./ft. of processing space. On-dock rail access is provided by CSX with the capacity for four sets of tracks and up to 28 railcars. This AMPORTS facility is paved, fenced, lighted and secured by 24-hour professional guard service. Tampa Terminal is centrally located and 1 mile from the Interstate Highway System (the I-4 Corridor, I-75, and I-275). The I-4 Connector is scheduled for completion in December 2013.

Bill Haspel, Terminal Manager

Benicia Terminal

AMPORTS Benicia Terminal
1997 Elm Road
Benicia, CA 94510
(707) 745-2394 Fax: (707) 746-1485

AMPORTS Benicia is located 16 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge at the headwaters of San Francisco Bay, with easy access to I-80 for inland transportation. This port facility is comprised of 645 privately owned acres with 140,000 sq./ft. of vehicle processing buildings within the 4,000-acre Benicia Industrial Park. The Benicia deepwater pier, measuring 2,401 ft. in length, is capable of berthing three vessels simultaneously. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 26 truck carrier lanes. On terminal rail is provided by Union Pacific Railroad and can service 170 multilevel railcars simultaneously. This AMPORTS facility is paved, fenced, lighted, secured by 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras.

Randy Scott, General Manager

Hueneme Terminal

AMPORTS Hueneme Terminal (BMW Processing Center)
5650 Arcturus Avenue
Oxnard, CA 93033
(805) 488-3035 Fax: (805) 488-2400

AMPORTS Oxnard operates in the BMW owned processing center located at Port Hueneme just north of Los Angeles, California on US Highway 101. This operation is comprised of 24-acres with a 100,000 sq./ft. vehicle processing building with full mechanical and body repair facilities including 2 state-of-the-art paint booths. The facility is serviced by the adjacent Port Hueneme, whose deepwater berths are capable of handling multiple vessels. On-terminal rail is provided by the Ventura County Railroad with connections to the Union Pacific Railroad. Truck-away services assess the individually staged vehicles for efficient loading to final destinations. This AMPORTS serviced facility is paved, fenced, lighted, and secured by 24-hour professional guard service with closed circuit TV cameras.

Alejandro Alanis, General Manager

Mexico Locations

Mexico Headquarters

AMPORTS, Inc.
Santa Fe
Lateral Autopista Mexico Toluca 1235 Piso 5 Oficina 501
Col. Lomas de Santa Fe,
Del. Cuajimalpa
México. D.F.
CP. 05300
+52 (555) 292-8311

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Altamira Terminal

AMPORTS Mexico Altamira Terminal
Validad Mar Caribe No 210
Col. Puerto Industrial
Altamira Tam., Mexico
CP. 89603
+52 (833) 260-1147

AMPORT'S Mexico Altamira Terminal consists of 43-acres of paved, fenced and lighted land with storage capability of up to 8,500 vehicles with a total of five berths at 3,900 sq./ft. each. This AMPORT’S facility is secured by a 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras. Altamira’s PDI and accessorization facilities consist of a 19,000 sq./ft. building for vehicle processing and repair, along with a specialized car wash and a body shop with one paint booth. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 20 truck carrier lanes. Rail service is provided by Ferromex offering two rail spurs with capacity of 24 multilevel railcars.

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Terminal Salamanca

AMPORTS Salamanca
Av Hiroshima 1000 Int B
Complejo Industrial Salamanca
Guanajuato, CP. 36875
+52 (464) 688-0003

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Lazaro Cardenas Terminal

AMPORTS Mexico Lazaro Cardenas Terminal
Prol. Lazaro Cardenas No. 1
Col. Centro Lazaro Cardenas, Mich Mexico
CP. 60950
+52 (753) 533-0051 Fax: +52 (753) 533-0057

AMPORTS Mexico Lazaro Terminal consists of 70.67-acres of paved, fenced and lighted area with the storage capacity of up to 14,000 vehicles. There are an additional 13.34 acres available for future development. Its proximity to the Mexico City area reduces inland transportation costs. Ship berthing is adjacent and connected to this facility with one berth on each island at 1,650 sq./ft. each. This AMPORT’S facility is secured by a 24-hour professional guard service and closed circuit TV cameras. Lazaro’s PDI and accessorization facilities consist of a 3,230 sq./ft. building for vehicle processing and repair. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 50 truck carrier lanes. Rail service is provided by Kansas City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) and can receive up to 63 railcars.

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Toluca Terminal

AMPORTS Terminal Automotriz Toluca
Ave. Industrial Automotriz S/N
Col. Ex - Hacienda del Carmen
Toluca de Lerdo, Edo. de Mexico
CP. 50200
+52 (772) 199-3697 Fax: +52 (772) 199-2965

AMPORTS Mexico Toluca Terminal is a 6-acre facility with a paved, fenced, and lighted parking area secured by a professional guard service. This facility is strategically located near Mexico City, which holds 70% of the automotive market. The processing facility at Toluca offers 3,700 sq./ft. for vehicle accessorization and processing with storage capacity for up to 1,200 vehicles. Vehicles trucked away to their destinations are staged two units deep to ensure easy access and safe loading in any one of the 6 truck carrier lanes. Rail service is provided by Kansas City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) offering five rail spurs with capacity of 60 multilevel railcars.

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