There are many indicators that determine the level of economic development of countries. One of them is foreign trade volumes. The circulation of merchandises between countries involves the transformation of these goods into production in various sectors on the supply side for other countries, and their use by consumers on the demand side. In this respect, it directly affects the country's revenue economically. In recent years, international transportation, especially by sea, has highlighted container transportation. Container transportation is become has become a frequently preferred type of transportation because it is easier and more cargo can be transported at once. In this context, academic studies on container shipments and ports are also increasing. However, there are many deficiencies in the literature. In this article, the relationship between the amount of container transportation and port infrastructure investments with the economic growth of countries is investigated for (OECD)The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) member countries is examined by Panel Cointegration Analysis. It is concluded that container transportation and port infrastructure investments have a positive effect on economic growth.