Bayonne Terminal

Bulk Liquid Handling in Bayonne, New Jersey

Our 16 terminals serve North America’s dynamic distribution centers at both ends of the Mississippi Valley, at both ends of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River System, on the Atlantic Coast in New York and Virginia, and on the Pacific Coast.

Terminal Location

250 E. 22nd St.
Bayonne, NJ 07002
(201) 437-2200

Commercial Contact


Gene Belle
(201) 823-5302

Chemicals and Biofuels

Mark Engdall
(201) 823-5323

Products Handled

  • Petroleum products
  • Commodity and specialty chemicals
  • Vegetable and Tropical Oils
  • Oleochemicals
  • Biofuels
  • Ethanol


  • Highway access on four-lane NJ Route 440 three miles from the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 14A
  • Rail access from CSX/Norfolk-Southern Metroplex line, augmented by prompt flexible custom service on-site through the wholly-owned East Jersey Railroad Company
  • 7 recently dredged deep water tanker berths and 11 additional barge berths within minutes of New York Harbor anchorages
  • Pipeline access to Buckeye, Colonial, and Harbor Pipeline systems through IMTT-Pipeline
  • CME/NYMEX Delivery Point
  • 33,000 bbl/hr marine vapor control capability in place


  • 620 tanks, 16 million barrels total capacity ranging in size from 500 barrels through 250,000 barrels
  • Truck and railcar loading/unloading facilities, many fitted with dedicated lines
  • Warehousing and office space available for customers on-site
  • Steam heating capability 200,000 lbs/hr

Additional Services

  • Carbon steel, epoxy-lined carbon steel and stainless-steel systems
  • Heating and chilling capabilities
  • On-site dry air and nitrogen generation
  • Blending Services
  • Approved Distilled Spirits Plant (DSP)
Quality Program & Engineering Support
  • ISO 9001:2015 certified facility
  • Certified Chemical Distribution Institute Terminal (CDI-T)
  • FDA Registered Food Facility
  • Compliant with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
Responsible Management
  • Fully secure, 24-hour manned facility
  • On-site spill and fire control capabilities
  • Coordinate regional drills with community emergency response organizations, the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security