About New Haven Terminal, Inc.

New Haven Terminal is the oldest privately owned marine terminal in Connecticut. It was founded as a general cargo marine facility in 1940 by T.A.D. Jones, the grandfather of Joseph and Douglas Crowley. Joseph D. Crowley has been President and CEO of New Haven Terminal since 1959. Douglas Crowley currently serves as Senior Vice President.

New Haven Terminal has two bulk liquid storage terminals, totaling approximately 2.5 million barrels in capacity, and a dry cargo operation including warehouses and land areas. NHT also houses the largest biofuel production plant in the Northeast, operated by American Greenfuels. The biofuel production assets and dry cargo, along with one of the bulk liquid terminals, are located directly on New Haven Harbor in the city of New Haven. The second bulk liquid storage terminal is inland and is located partially in the city of New Haven and partially in the town of East Haven.