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Port of Chehalis

Hardwoods, Mohawk Carpets, Trident Seafoods and Al’s Welding are just a few of the more than 70 businesses providing over 2,500 jobs to our community.

Competitive land costs and a flexible local labor force make the Port of Chehalis a great location for business expansion or to build new facilities. Port staff is available to assist with fast track permitting creating an effortless process for our clients. The Port has a new master plan as well as preapproved state and federal permitting creating over 250 acres of s hovel ready property for sale or lease. The Port can also provide construction of your new facility. Through economic development and job creation, the Port Commissioners support their vision to maintain the area’s high quality of life historically enjoyed by its residents, recognizing that the community is one of the Port’s strongest marketing assets. //

economic development

The Port of Chehalis is a perfect location central to Seattle and Portland markets. This Industrial zoned campus has easy and direct Interstate 5 access at exits 72, 74, and 76. Port of Chehalis is ideal for transportation of goods to major shipping locations or for distribution throughout the Northwest, as well as east of the Cascades. Rail access is a major component offered, which is an attractive amenity to many Port occupants. The Port’s rail shippers enjoy switching services several times weekly, providing access to both BNSF and UP rail lines. Companies such as Fred Meyer, Cardinal Glass, Greenbrier Rail Services, Aluminite, Bradken Castings, Imperial Fabricating, Hardel Mutual Plywood, Cascade

To find out more, call the Port directly at (360) 748-9365 or checkout their website at

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Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce • 2014 Annual Directory & Community Profile


Centralia-Chehalis Chamber Directory 2014  
Centralia-Chehalis Chamber Directory 2014  

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