Port name: The Port of BaltimoreAddress
401 E Pratt St #1653
Phone: +1 800 638 7519
The Port of Baltimore
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Terminal name: Mid-Atlantic Terminal (MAT)The 50-acre state-of-the art Mid Atlantic Terminal (MAT) offers a comprehensive range of cargo management services in one strategic location: the Port of Baltimore. The Port of Baltimore offers excellent access to the prime consumer and manufacturing markets of the Northeast. It's the nearest entry/exit port to Chicago, the hub of the bustling Midwest marketplace. And its central location puts more than a third of the nation's population and industrial plant base within an overnight truck drive. Flexibility, efficiency, security, and more. Everything about MAT - from its unique menu of capabilities to its experienced personnel to its secure storage area - make it a first-class terminal facility. And with its advanced information systems, web tracking, and EDI billing, MAT can provide a custom-tailored solution to your toughest supply chain challenges. MAT handles virtually every type of cargo: Ro-Ro Equipment, Automobiles, Crated Machinery, Project Cargo, Heavy Lift Boats and Rubber.
2700 Broening Highway
Terminal Office Building 602A
Baltimore, MD 21222
Michael Rye - Terminal Manager - 410-563-6766
Steve O'Malley - Operations Team Leader - 410-563-6075
Colleen Dinisio - Administration Team Leader - 410-563-6077
Teresa Womer - Finance and Accounting Leader - 410-563-6712
Jonathan Hess - Operations Supervisor - 410-563-6080
Matthew Stahl - Operations Supervisor - 410-563-6890
Patrice Hill - Operations Supervisor - 410-563-6079
Michele McWilliams - MAT Administrator - 410-563-6078
Kathy Kazmierski - Customer Service - 410-563-6071
Barbara Imwold - Customer Service - 410-563-6072
Kathy Ashley - Finance and Accounting Coordinator - 410-563-6714
Jennifer Hall - Finance and Accounting Coordinator - 410-563-6713
Phone: +1 443 216 1660
Country: United States
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|Hours of operation|
Monday through Friday 08.00 - 11.45 and 13.00 - 15.30
January 01 - New Year's Day*
January 18 - Marthin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
February - 12 Lincoln's Birthday
February 15 - President's Day
March 17 - Thomas Gleason's Birthday
April 02 - Good Friday
April 04 - Easter Sunday *
May 31 - Decoration Day (Memorial Day)**
July 04 - Fourth of July*
July 05 - Fourth of July**
September - 06 Labor Day*
September 12 - Defender's Day
October 11 - Columbus Day
November 02 - Election Day
November 11 - Veterans Day
November - 25 Thanksgiving Day
December 24 - Christmas Eve*
December 25 - Christmas Day*
December - 31 New Year's Eve*
**Baggage and mail only.
*As per agreement with I.L.A. - Federal date will be observed
How to get there
From Interstate 70 and 95 North to Keith Ave:
Take 695 South to Exit 11A to 95 North.Follow 95 North through the Fort McHenry Tunnel.Stay in the far right lane and exit right immediately after the tollbooth at Exit 56 Keith Ave. At the end of the exit, make a left at the traffic light.
From Interstate 83 and 95 South to Keith Ave:
Take 695 East towards Towson and continue until you seesigns for 95 South.Take 95 South and Exit onto Keith Ave, Exit 56.At the end of the exit, make a left at the traffic light.
From Keith Ave to Dundalk Marine Terminal:
Continue for approximately 2 blocks and the road will merge into one lane, Broening Highway.Continue on Broening for approximately 1/2 mile and follow the signs for Dundalk Marine Terminal and enter at the Cargo Entrance.
Inside Dundalk Marine Terminal:
Go through the plaza and bear left. At the red traffic light, go straight through to East Service Road. Follow the signs for MAT Terminal. Follow the signs until the Stop sign and continue straight until you reach the MAT guard gate.
Make an appointment
Appointments are only necessary if a crane is required, tire mounting/dismounting full service or any special services.
For any questions concerning terminal handling charges, please contact MAT at email@example.com or call 443-216-1660 Option 5.
Appointments are mandatory with the exception of POV's
Appointments are taken between 08.00 and 15.00. Drivers must arrive no later than 3.30 PM.
Note: Your appointment is not complete until you receive a phone call from a MAT Customer Care representative confirming delivery information.
- 5 Dock Receipts
- 4 copies of the original title front and back
For All Other Cargo:
- 4 Dock Receipts
For used non-titled self-propelled equipment, copy of bill of sale is required. Customs requires dock receipt with full name, address and contact information on dock receipt.
- Original Title
- Copy of Bill of Lading or Arrival Notice
For All Other Cargo:
- Bill of Lading or Arrival Notice
- Delivery Order
US Customs Baltimore - Customer Service number 410-962-3265
US Customs Baltimore - Assistance for privately owned vehicles at port (DMT/MAT) - 410-288-3183
UN Code: USBAL
US Customs Code: 1303
Americas to Asia
Americas to Europe
Americas to Middle East
Americas to Oceania
North America/South America
South America/North America
Europe to Americas
Asia to Americas
Oceania to Americas
About this Port
Capacity to unload up to 70 railcars at a time.
The facility is securely fenced, lighted and monitored 24 hours via CCTV. Random patrols are employed.
Auto parts, Cargo Handling Services, Carpentry services, Cradle building, Customs service, U.S. Customs on site, Damages - environm./marine/rail, Docage, Drayage, Driver hired, Forwarding, Fueling, Husbandry services, Loading and unloading of trucks and railcars, Loading Discharge, Packaging, Port Services, Priority berthing, Receiving and delivery of autos, agricultural and construction machinery and breakbulk cargoes, Securing transformers to railcars, Shrinkwrapping, Storage (open and covered), Technical services, Terminal technical services, Tire works, Welding
Size: 24 ha (60 acres)
Storage capacity: 6,000 high & heavy units and 4,000 cars
Warehouse and workshop - 11,150 m2 (120,000 sq ft)
Wharf length: Three dedicated deep sea berths managed by the MPA. Additional berths are available as needed.
Depth along side: 10,36m (34 ft)
Cranes up to 250 tons capacity
Forklifts of various capacities capable of handling up to 52,000 pounds, depending on lifting arrangements
40-ton container crane
Multiple Cranes with 80,000 pounds plus capacity, depending on lifting arrangements
Tugmasters up to 120 tons capacity
Two (2) Yard Hustlers for Cargo Drayage
Mobile Ramp with 50,000 pounds capacity
One (1) Fixed Concrete Ramp for truck and railcar activities
Toploaders up to 35 tons capacity