Port of Milwaukee - Wind Cargo
A History of Transferring Wind Power Equipment
Strategically located to serve U.S. Midwest wind farm developments, the Port of Milwaukee offers a strong advantage to the wind industry via the use of the western Great Lakes and inland waterway system. We have a successful history of handling wind energy equipment efficently from ships. Our heavy lift cranes and deep-draft vessel access have made the Port of Milwaukee a fantastic international intersection point for transporting wind energy cargos.
With immediate access to Interstate I-794I-94, we are well-positioned to play a key role in the growth of Midwest wind farms. Our key benefits include the following:
- 200' radius onramp to interstate I-794 and no city permits for OD loads
- Ocean & Lake Transportation
- Deep-draft Vessel Access
- River Barge Transportation
- Heavy Lift Cranes
- “Lay down” Space
- Service by two Class I railways (Canadian Pacific & Union Pacific)
Let our experience work to your benefit!