New jobs and opportunities
Logistically accessible and convenient to the entire Gulf South via interstates I-12, 1-59, 1-10, the Port of Slidell's 55 acre Marine and Industrial Park creates new jobs and opportunities for the already-present skilled workforce within St. Tammany parish.
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New jobs and opportunities
Logistically accessible and convenient to the entire Gulf South via interstates I-12, 1-59, 1-10, the Port of Slidell's 55 acre Marine and Industrial Park creates new jobs and opportunities for the already-present skilled workforce within St. Tammany parish.
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Welcome to the Port of Slidell

The Port of Slidell is a marine-centric Business and Industrial Park located on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain in Slidell, Louisiana. This naturally strategic location adjoins the three major interstate highway systems, the I-10, I-12, and I-59 serving the greater New Orleans and Gulf Coast region with the area’s waterways near the Gulf of Mexico, Class I Railroads, and Slidell’s Airport
 
The Port of Slidell affords business and industry traversing the greater Gulf South a centrally located waterfront waypoint just 20± minutes from downtown New Orleans as a base-of-operations for marine-related construction and service companies transacting business along the greater Gulf Coast. From Houston to Jacksonville—from Jackson and Hattiesburg—from New Orleans—all commerce meets in Slidell. It’s all here, roads, rail, airport, at the intersection of the region’s waterways near the Gulf of Mexico.  And, our Cajun food is second to none.
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Land / Marine
Construction

Barge Towing
& Storage

Heavy Lift
Services

Container / Cargo
Handling & Storage

Push / Tugboat
Services

Warehousing
& Storage

FAA Seaplane
Access & Dock

Office
Space

Film Set &
Staging Area

Port of Slidell Marine and Industrial Park, Slidell Louisiana

“Companies looking to locate their business to the greater New Orleans / Gulf Coast region will find unequaled opportunity here in a business-friendly environment that offers extreme ease of use."

-Steven Siegler

“Companies looking to locate their business to the greater New Orleans / Gulf Coast region will find unequaled opportunity here in a business-friendly environment that offers extreme ease of use."

-Steven Siegler

Our Mission...Community Minded - Globally Focused

The Port of Slidell serves as a unique global economic development engine of opportunity to connect Slidell and all of St. Tammany Parish with the world.  Our mission is to develop Slidell and St. Tammany Parish’s global connections and infrastructure and the family-supporting jobs necessary to exceed the needs of tomorrow.

Wonderful things can happen when we work together as a community...

The Port of Slidell Advantage

The Port of Slidell’s unique competitive edge strategically links the U.S. Gulf Coast waterways near the Gulf of Mexico at the convergence of the three major interstate highway systems, I-10, I-12 and I-59 serving the greater New Orleans and U.S. Gulf Coast region. This unique competitive edge affords commercial and industrial tenants safe, convenient, seamless, integrated logistical solutions between the waterways, rail, air, and road all just 20 minutes from downtown New Orleans.
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Features and Amenities:

  • 55+ Acres Fronting Bayou Bonfouca
  • 1+ Mile of Waterfront
  • 350′ Graving Dock
  • Crane/Heavy-Lift Services
  • Barge/Vessel Services:
    • Push/Tugboat
    • Barge Docking/Mooring/Storage
  • Waterfront Heavy Construction/Fabrication Concrete Layout Slabs
  • Side Launch Platforms
  • Warehousing / Storage
  • Office Facilities

Laissez les bons temps rouler...

Slidell begins where Lake Pontchartrain ends, where the lake forges triumphantly towards the Gulf of Mexico via a deepwater strait. At the Rigolets pass, you’re as likely to encounter tooling sailboats as toiling shrimpboats...Slidell stands just across the water from New Orleans, 20 minutes away. Culturally—and culinarily—there is little distinction between the two. Slidell is proud of its historic Olde Towne, with its excellent cajun cuisine, antique shops and an ambience that recalls simpler times. Slidell also contains top-notch regional shopping and may be one of the easiest places to access in Louisiana and the Gulf Coast with the junction of interstates 10, 12 and 59.

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