The Port NOLA Inner Harbor Economic Revitalization Plan (PIER Plan) is a collaborative planning project focused on future development of the Port's Inner Harbor and surrounding communities, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. After many months analysis and stakeholder engagement, Port NOLA is seeking comments on the Draft PIER Plan.
We Can Handle That
Did know Port NOLA is a diverse general cargo port, handling containerized cargo such as coffee, plastics, apparel, food products and consumer merchandise; and breakbulk cargo such as steel, non-ferrous metals, rubber, wood and paper? Learn more about our cargo handling capabilities today.
Port NOLA Sees Record Cruise Passengers and Ship Calls in 2019
The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) saw another record-breaking year in cruise passenger numbers and vessel calls, as demand for cruising from the sixth-largest cruise port in the United States continues. With the launch of Disney cruises and the addition of year-round itineraries from Royal Caribbean International in 2020, Port officials anticipate another robust cruise season.
Port NOLA Shipping Spotlight: Beads By the Dozen
Beads By the Dozen brings Mardi Gras to life for Louisiana, and Port NOLA is thrilled to serve as their global connector to bring Carnival to the masses.
Journal of Commerce Looks Forward to April Breakbulk and Project Cargo Conference in New Orleans
The Journal of Commerce (JOC) is thrilled to be back in New Orleans with a breakbulk and project cargo conference. We've been covering breakbulk cargo shipping since the JOC was founded by Samuel F.B. Morse as a New York City newspaper in 1827. Since those days, container shipping has changed and simplified how much of the world's general cargo travels, but breakbulk and project cargo still require special handling, equipment and a unique knowledge base.