The Port of Davisville: A Top Ten Auto Importer in North America
The Port of Davisville is Rhode Island’s premiere public port and gateway to markets throughout Southern New England. Strategically located near the mouth of Narragansett Bay, Davisville offers four berths and five terminals with 58 acres of laydown and terminal storage. Davisville is one of the top auto ports and frozen seafood ports along the East Coast of the United States.
In February 2016, Governor Gina Raimondo announced a proposal to modernize and expand Quonset's Port of Davisville. The initiative calls for the state to modernize and reconstruct Pier 2 at Quonset's Port of Davisville, which is consistently one of the Top 10 auto ports in North America. A fact sheet about the proposal can be found here. You can also review a power point presentation about the proposal, by clicking here.
Quonset's Role in Off-Shore Wind
As off-shore wind projects begin to advance across the East Coast, Quonset, the Port of Davisville and Narragansett Bay as a whole are uniquely positioned to have a major role in their development. To learn more about our role in current and future off-shore wind projects, click here.
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