The City's Board of Public Works owns and operates the James DeYoung Generating Plant Dock in Holland Harbor. The dock receives coal, lignite, coal coke, sand, limestone, dry sulfur, gravel, stone, soil, salt, clay, and dredged materials. An open storage area at the rear of this Holland Harbor dock can accommodate 160 thousand tons of coal. The dock has berthing space of almost 305 meters (1000 feet) with alongside depths of 6.4 and 6.7 meters (21 and 22 feet).
The Macatawa Bay Dock and Terminal Company Wharf in Holland Harbor receives pig iron and ships scrap metal by vessel and barge. Owned by the Bayside Land Company and operated by the Macatawa Bay Dock and Terminal Company, this Holland Harbor wharf is served by one surface track that joins other plant trackage and connects with CSX Transportation. This Holland Harbor wharf has an open storage area for capacity for some 200 thousand tons of scrap metal at the rear. The wharf has berthing space of 260.6 meters (855 feet) with alongside depth of 6.7 meters (22 feet).
Brewer's City Dock, Inc. owns and operates their own dock in Holland Harbor to receive limestone aggregate and some salt. An open storage area at the rear can handle 120 thousand tons of material. The Brewer's City Dock in Holland Harbor has 259 meters (850 feet) of berthing space with alongside depth of 6.7 meters (22 feet).
Lake Michigan Contractors, Inc. owns and operates their own dock in Holland Harbor to receive limestone aggregate, handle construction equipment and materials, and moor company-owned floating equipment. An open storage area with capacity for 20 thousand tons is located at the rear of the dock. This Holland Harbor dock has total berthing space of 213.4 meters (700 feet) and alongside depth of 6.4 and 2.7 meters (21 and 9 feet).
The Verplank Dock Company owns and operates the Holland Harbor Dock to receive limestone, handle construction materials and equipment, and moor company-owned floating equipment. The Holland Harbor Dock is served by three surface rail tracks that connect with CSX Transportation. Open storage at the rear of the dock can accommodate 75 thousand tons of limestone, and two pipelines connect the dock to an inactive cement terminal with six concrete silos with capacity for seven thousand tons. The Holland Harbor Dock has berthing distance of 243.8 meters (800 feet) with alongside depth of 6.4 meters (21 feet).