The port of Willemstad offers multi-purpose cargo handling services. The Curaçao Container Terminal is operated by the Curaçao Port Services (CPS) and processes approximately 100.000 TEU per year. The facility has two Gantry Cranes, and approximately 1,000 meters total berth length. The maximum berth length is 460 meters and the maximum depth is 12.2 meters. The terminal offers 24-hour service and has facilities for Ro/Ro and Lo/Lo operations. Furthermore, special transshipment rates are applied.

The Brion Wharves (Willemstad) are designated for bulk cargo, vehicles and other non-containerized cargo. The wharves are an integral part of the CPS and have different lengths varying between 275.5 and 100 meters and a maximum depth of 10.2 meters. For heavy lift purposes other locations are appointed.

Break-bulk activities for vessels under 100 MT, can be handled at the Grote Werf (Willemstad). Smaller crafts from the Venezuelan mainland make use of this wharf. There is also a weigh bridge available at the facility.

Fuik Bay, an outside port, is privately owned by the Mining Company. The facilities are mainly used as a loading terminal for shipment of phosphate rock and discharging of cement.

The Curaçao Harbor Free (Economic) Zone is located near the container terminal and is widely known as a trading distribution center. Trading companies that distribute products from Asia, the United States and Europe to the Caribbean and Latin America, occupy a total floor space of 91,000 square meters.