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Port of Centralia

economic development

The Port of Centralia is the premier site for industrial development in Lewis County and one of the fastest-growing industrial centers in the South Puget Sound area. Founded in 1986, the Port operates two industrial parks comprising over 1,100 acres with over 30 businesses including: Lowe’s, Michaels, CenturyLink and Millard Refrigerated Services. The Port offers industrial sites ranging from one to 100 acres with a wide variety of options including land lease, buildto-suit and outright sales. These properties are prepared for immediate development with all utilities currently on site. While both industrial parks are less than three miles from I-5, the Port also offers unequaled rail access through Puget Sound and Pacific Railroad, Union Pacific, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Tacoma Rail. Businesses looking to relocate here will find an ideal development partner in the Port of Centralia. Through progressive and forward-thinking leadership, the Port and the City of Centralia have created a streamlined permitting process that is one of the most competitive in Washington State. The Port has created over 800 jobs in the community over the past 25 years. These jobs are directly attributed to the Port and its development efforts. The Port Commissioners strive to represent their constituents and create jobs for their community. It has not only been the Port’s goal to bring new industry to the area,

but also to create industrial parks that are amenable to the employees and citizens For more information, contact the Port of of Centralia. The Port’s industrial parks are Centralia at (360) 736-3527 or visit their professionally designed and landscaped to website at create an attractive and relaxed environment that is compatible with their neighbors. //

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


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

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