The Port of Lake Charles

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The Port of Lake Charles is a deepwater seaport in Lake Charles, Louisiana — located on the Calcasieu Ship Channel. It’s the nation’s 14th-busiest port district, based on tonnage. The Port manages the Calcasieu Ship Channel, which runs inland 36 miles and extends out into the Gulf of Mexico another 32 miles. The Port of Lake Charles’ official name is the Lake Charles Harbor & Terminal District, which encompasses 203 square miles. It’s a port of choice for breakbulk, specialty and project cargo, ranging from International lumber shipments to global industrial needs. It’s also “America’s Energy Corridor,” serving as the world’s No. 1 LNG export area.

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location-pin1611 West Sallier St.,
Lake Charles, LA 70601