Ports & Terminals

Tulsa Port Of Catoosa Touts 2022 Shipping, Begins Upgrade On HQ Building

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa, Okla., began work last month on a renovation and upgrade of its port authority building. Construction is scheduled to finish at the end of April.

The port also reported it shipped a total of 2,090,822 tons by barge in and out of the port in 2022—a 36 percent increase over 2021, or about 20 percent of the total tonnage shipped on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. When the activity of private terminals, including the Port of Muskogee, is added in, Oklahoma ports and terminals contributed a total of 4,305,953 tons, or 49 percent of the total MKARNS tonnage.

“We’re looking forward to shipping even more in 2023,” the Tulsa Port of Catoosa said in its January newsletter.

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is managed and operated by the City of Tulsa – Rogers County Port Authority and provides development services through Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa Facilities Authority. Within its 2,000-acre industrial park are 70 companies that collectively employ nearly 3,000 workers.

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