Pittsburgh Location

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Gordon Terminal’s McKees Rocks, PA Facility is located in the Port of Pittsburgh.

The Port of Pittsburgh is the second largest port in bulk materials transportation on the Inland River System. More than 53 million tons of product are transported annually through the Port of Pittsburgh. These products include coal, steel, fuels, lubricants and chemicals.

Gordon Terminal is strategically situated three miles down the Ohio River from the heart of the Port, the Point in Pittsburgh where the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers flow together to create the Ohio River.

This location allows for the transportation of liquid raw materials via barge up the Mississippi and Ohio rivers to one of the northernmost points accessible cost effectively from locations in the Gulf Coast area and beyond.

Rail Service is provided to the McKees Rocks terminal by the Pittsburgh and Ohio Central Rail Road and the terminal is located close to several interstate highways providing truck access to the western Mid Atlantic region.