Shipping and Logistics
Liner Services Offered via this Port
N. 36th & Delaware River
Pennsauken, NJ 08110
*See map on right hand side for specific location
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 0700 – 1700
Vehicle Receiving & Delivery
Monday through Friday, 0800 - 1600
Closed (1200 - 1300)
Available Support Services
Maintenance & repair
Tank cleaning (offsite vendor)
Trucking - American Marine Transport
Other crane lifts
Terminal area size: 58.9 acres
Warehouse: 5,350 square feet
Yard capacity: 1,265 trailer spaces
Yard capacity stacking: 1,300 FEUs
Rail access: None
Ramp: Triple deck
From Route 130 South / Betsy Ross Bridge
Take Westfield Avenue exit (shoots to the right, off Route 130 South).
Follow Westfield Avenue to Cove Road.
Turn right on Cove Road. Follow Cove Road to River Road.
Turn left on River Road. Follow River Road to 36th Street.
Turn right on 36th Street. Go to the end of the street to Crowley Terminal.
From Route 130 North / Walt Whitman Bridge
Exit West Cove Road (Wawa Convenience Store on the corner).
Take a U-turn that is directly past the Wawa Convenience Store to go west on Cove Road.
Once you have taken the U-turn you will be facing Cove Road, turn right (crossing over Route 130).
Follow Cove Road to River Road. Turn left on River Road.
Follow River Road to 36th Street. Turn right on 36th Street.
Go to the end of street to Crowley terminal.
From New Jersey Turnpike
From 95 South, take Exit 4.
Follow to Route 73 North to River Road (Camden exit).
Take River Road south to 36th Street. Turn right on 36th Street.
Go to the end of the street to Crowley terminal.
For more directions, call 800-257-0419, select option #2 and then option #8.
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