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Our Mission Statement

"Western Ports Transportation is dedicated to developing long lasting relationships with our customers by providing extraordinary service, effective communication, and professional representation.  We are the eyes, ears and face of our customer at every distribution warehouse, Railroad Ramp or Steamship Line Terminal.  We represent our customer in the most professional manner at all times.  We stand behind our people and we stand behind our service.  

"This is our commitment to our customers and our company!"

Welcome to our Internet Home

Established in 1989 in Seattle, WA., Western Ports Transportation has become one of the Northwest's leading Intermodal drayage providers.  As a leader in the industry we are committed to providing our customers with the highest standard of safety and service.  Whatever your delivery needs, Western Ports can deliver your Intermodal cargo on time every time to all points in Seattle the Northwest and beyond.

At Western Ports, safety is synonymous with quality. We maintain a full time safety and compliance department that is knowledgeable in all areas of DOT regulation. We are vigilant in our efforts to maintain a safe fleet of trucks and drivers. Western Ports is in full compliance with all DOT regulations and maintains the highest safety rating that can be assigned by the USDOT.

Our operations and support team is well trained, knowledgeable and courteous. We've spent hundreds of hours developing our computer dispatch and technology systems. We can provide you with up to the minute information on your shipments, provide electronic billing and custom reports.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site and learn more about how Western Ports can serve your Intermodal drayage needs.  If you would like more information you can contact us by email or by telephone.


This page was last updated on 10/27/2014