Masking Update (expand)
Effective April 18: Masks are optional. The TSA no longer requires face masks at the airport, cruise terminal and on Massport operated buses.
Welcome to the Port of Boston’s Conley Terminal, the only full-service container terminal in New England, providing efficient, cost-effective solutions to the region’s cargo community.
Significant investments have been made in dredging Boston Harbor, constructing a new deeper berth, commissioning three new state-of-the-art, ship-to-shore cranes, and expanding container storage capacity.
Conley Terminal’s modernization enhances our capabilities to handle more cargo and welcome additional carriers with diversified services, while keeping the port congestion-free.
There is 7-day berth and labor availability with no backlogs for container ships at the Port of Boston, saving time and money.
Discover why The Port of Boston is the number one choice for over 2,500 New England importers and exporters.
Reduces GHG emissions by Authority's 75th Anniversary
BOSTON –The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) unveiled a new, bold agenda to reduce carbon emissions across all facilities and become Net
Honoring the women involved in the construction of our facilities
BOSTON – The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) is celebrating Women in Construction Week and honoring the contributions of
ZIM will connect Boston to China and Vietnam, allowing New England businesses to further compete in the global marketplace
BOSTON – Investing in infrastructure upgrades and operational improvements