The Port of Umatilla features three terminals for handling containerized and bulk cargo: a full service container on barge operation, grain loading facility, and petroleum distribution complex. The facilities have multi-modal access to world markets by river, rail and highway.
The container-on-barge dock is the premier container dock on the Columbia Snake River system beyond Portland, Oregon. The dock has 100 plugs for refrigerated containers, which is more than any barge dock on the system, as well as the newest, fastest, and largest crane among the shallow draft ports on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
The grain terminal is owned and operated by Pendleton Grain Growers.
The petroleum distribution complex is fully served by river, rail and highway. Diesel fuel for UP locomotives at the Hinkle switchyard is transported via pipeline from this location. Hinkle is the largest railroad switchyard in the Pacific Northwest.