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Since 1975

Public Law 13-87 was passed on October 31, 1975, establishing the commercial port of Guam as a public corporation and autonomous instrumentality and naming it the Port Authority of Guam. 

Port of Guam

A message from the Port's General Manager

Hafa Adai!

Over the years, the Port of Guam has grown from a small facility to a thriving center of trade in the western Pacific. The Port's comprehensive plan for the future includes Port expansion of its facilities and equipment as well as economic development of shipping – related industries through the use of the 1007.83 acres of federal land transferred to the Government of Guam.

The Port Authority plays a vital role in the lives of all citizens living on Guam and the Territory. Because of our location, we are almost entirely dependent on our sea link to the United States and to our foreign contacts. The recent passage of Public Law 29–125 has given the Port Authority conditional approval of its updated Master Plan which will serve as the road map for the Port's modernization. It is the Port's vision to transform its facility into a world class terminal for Guam and the Western Pacific Region.
Employed with 338 dedicated civil service employees, the Port Authority is staffed with around–the–clock personnel to ensure efficient loading, off-loading, and transshipment services.

Thank you for visiting the Port's website. We hope you find it useful and informative.


Joanne M.S. Brown
General Manager, Port Authority of Guam
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