At all three waterfront Marine Terminals and Virginia Inland Port, the following services are available.
The Cargo Division is responsible for loading and unloading of trucks and railcars of breakbulk cargo and the stuffing and stripping of containers at the Container Freight Station. Additionally, the division coordinates warehouse storage and cargo fumigation.
The Container Division is responsible for the documentation on containers entering and exiting the terminal via ship, truck or rail.
The Yard Division is responsible for planning, coordinating and accomplishing the Container Yard activities. The Division allocates yard stowage space, mounts and stacks containers, and coordinates the vessel load and discharge with the shipline and/or stevedore.
The Rail Division is responsible for the loading and unloading of intermodal containers at the on dock rail facility.
The Vessel Operations Division is responsible for the assignment of vessel berth and cranes. This Division is the initial point of contact with the shipline and/or the stevedore during vessel operations.
The M.I.S. Coordinator-Cargo is responsible for the coordination of breakbulk operational requirements with the Information Systems Division Programmers.
The M.I.S. Coordinator-Container is responsible for the coordination of container operational requirements with the Information Systems Division Programmers.
The equipment training assistant is responsible for the training of equipment operators of dock side cranes, rubber tire gantry cranes, straddle carriers and other heavy equipment.