About Gateway

 

Founded in 1985 in the heart of the New Haven Harbor, Gateway is the only independent and privately owned marine terminal in the state of Connecticut.

 

Through continued development, Gateway Terminal has successfully rebuilt and expanded all facets of its bulk transshipment operation in both its dry and liquid divisions. Combining this modern day expansion with our state of the art technology makes Gateway Terminal one of the most efficient and economical terminal operators in the Northeast.

 

We follow the same philosophy today as we did upon inception; continuous innovation, creativity, and technological improvements that allows us to create more opportunities for our customers in importing and exporting their cargoes.

 

Leadership

James Dillman

President

Bob joined Gateway Terminal in 1989 and was appointed Co-COO in 2019, where he shares responsibility for managing and overseeing daily operations of the company.


Previously, Bob was the Operations Manager, responsible for managing yard operations for loading and offloading ships, and ensuring the safety of cranes and related equipment.His prior experience includes building tank farms and managing the overall operations of an oil terminal. Bob is a certified welder and a Connecticut licensed crane operator.





Mark Augur

Co-COO

Mark was appointed Co-COO of Gateway Terminal in 2019, where he shares responsibility for managing and overseeing daily operations of the company.


Having originally joined the company in 1989, Mark was previously Operations Manager, where he managed yard operations, and loading and offloading ships, barges and railcars.Mark was also responsible for overseeing safety training for employees, and for training operators on cranes, loaders, and other equipment. He also managed Gateway’s on-site construction projects within the terminal, having extensive experience in the construction industry.





Bob Ober

Co-COO

Bob joined Gateway Terminal in 1989 and was appointed Co-COO in 2019, where he shares responsibility for managing and overseeing daily operations of the company.


Previously, Bob was the Operations Manager, responsible for managing yard operations for loading and offloading ships, and ensuring the safety of cranes and related equipment.His prior experience includes building tank farms and managing the overall operations of an oil terminal. Bob is a certified welder and a Connecticut licensed crane operator.





Environment & Safety

The Gateway Environmental, Safety, and Quality Assurance Management Systems are integral to operating excellence and customer satisfaction. 

Partnerships

Gateway Terminal follows the same philosophy today as we did upon inception; continuous innovation, creativity, and technological improvements. Our strategic partnerships allow us to create more opportunities and efficiencies for our customers in importing and exporting their cargoes.

Call Now: +1-203-467-1997

Gateway Terminal

400 Waterfront St. New Haven, CT 06512

203-467-1997   |   info@gatewayt.com

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Gateway New London

200 State Pier Rd. New London, CT 06320

860-326-7027   |   info@gatewayt.com

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