Talleyrand Marine Terminal
|Terminal Director – Doug Menefee|
3001 Talleyrand Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Talleyrand Marine Terminal is located 21 nautical miles (38.9km) from the Atlantic Ocean on the St. Johns River with 4,780 linear feet (1,457m) of berthing space.
The terminal handles containerized and breakbulk cargoes, automobiles and liquid bulk commodities such as molasses and vegetable oils.
Breakbulk cargoes include steel, lumber and paper.
A 553,000-square foot warehouse stores a variety of cargoes, including rolls of fine and specialty papers, and 160,000 square feet of transit shed space.
Talleyrand's on-dock rail facilities are run by Jacksonville Port Terminal Railroad Inc., which provides direct switching service for Norfolk Southern and CSX rail lines
The terminal is only 25 minutes from Florida East Coast Railroad's intermodal ramp, and is conveniently located within minutes of interstates I-95 and I-10
Equipment and Technical Info
|Location||21 nautical miles (38.9km) from the Atlantic Ocean|
|Terminal Area||173 acres|
|Use||Container, Ro/Ro, Breakbulk, Liquid Bulk and General Cargo|
160,000 sq. ft. warehouse
#3 – 680 linear ft.
|Depth alongside MLW
(mean low water)
#4 – #8: 40 ft.
|Deck height above MSL
(mean sea level)
|Mechanical Handling Facilities||
Six container cranes (three 50-ton, two 45-ton, one 40-ton)
|On-Dock Rail Connection||CSX, Norfolk Southern (Florida East Coast Railway near-dock)|
|Highway Connections||I-95 and I-10 to U.S. 1 leading to 8th, 11th, or 21st Streets|
|Mean High Water (MHW)||+1.7 MSL|
|Mean Low Water (MLW)||-0.3 MSL|