Lázaro Cárdenas Terminal Portuaria de Contenedores (LCT) is a hub and transshipment port located in the state of Michoacan on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The terminal commenced operations in 2003. It is situated in the highly industrial deep-water port of Lázaro Cárdenas. LCT is significantly closer to Mexico City than Manzanillo, another Mexican Pacific port serving this important market.
LCT is a sheltered port that can accept vessels of up to 150,000 tonnes, allowing the entrance of the latest generation of container vessels. The construction of the first phase of a new terminal has recently been completed, giving LCT a land area of 63 hectares, three berths and a total quay length of 930 metres. To complement its rapidly expanding range of services, LCT will soon build a second phase on 85 hectares of land adjacent to the new terminal.
Lázaro Cárdenas Multipurpose Terminal (LCMT) is a multipurpose terminal located in the port of Lazaro Cardenas. It has a total area of 20 hectares, a 286 metre berth with depth alongside of 14 metres.