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4 TEXAS PORTS & LOGISTICS DIRECTORY TEXAS PORTS & LOGISTICS 2020–2021 2020–2021 ★ Port of Beaumont — Navigation District of Jefferson County 1225 Main St., P.O. Box 2297, Beaumont, TX 77704 Tel: 409-835-5367 Fax: 409-832-9592 PORT COMMISSIONERS Louis Broussard, President, Georgine Guillory, Vice President, Pat Anderson, Secretary-Treasurer, Pat Anderson, Commissioner, Lee Smith, Commissioner, Bill Darling, Commissioner, Dr. David Willard, Commissioner PORT STAFF David C. Fisher, Port Director & CEO Ernest Bezdek, Director, Trade Development Kirby L. Dartez, Director, Operations Tracy Mills, Director, Finance & Administration Randal Ogrydziak, Director, Security, Facilities & Regulatory Compliance Brandon Bergeron, Director, Engineering PRIMARY CARGOES: INBOUND Forest products, aggregate, military equipment, project cargo, wind energy components, iron and steel PRIMARY CARGOES: OUTBOUND Forest products, aggregate, crude oil, diesel, gasoline, military equipment, project cargo, wind energy components, iron and steel, bagged agricultural goods MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH 40 feet minimum / authorized to 48' CARGO TERMINALS AND FACILITIES Eight terminals: Harbor Island Terminal • 2 deep draft berths, 1 barge dock, 1 ro-ro ramp Main Street Terminal 1 • 1 deep-draft berth (under construction), 2 lay berths Main Street Terminal 2 • 1 deep-draft berth, 1 lay berth Orange County Liquid Bulk Terminal • 1 deep-draft berth, 1 barge dock Carroll Street Terminal: • 2 deep-draft berths Dry Bulk Terminal • The dry bulk terminal is operated by Kinder Morgan and has a storage capacity of 250,000 tons. Bulk Grain Terminal • 1 deep-draft berth Berths: 12 current / 1 under construction Berth Space: 8,766 feet Depth: 36-40 feet Rail service: 45.8 miles of rail served by UP, KCS, and BNSF Lift capabilities 140-metric-ton harbor mobile crane, two Grove GHC130 crawler cranes, 220-ton truck crane, 40-ton container handler forklift Other: 574,000+ square feet of covered storage; 98 acres of open storage; 2.9 million barrels of liquid bulk storage capacity. OTHER PORT-OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ Port of Beaumont: Foreign Trade Zone No. 115 OTHER PORT-AREA SERVICES Bunkers/Fuel; Chandlery; Crane Maint./Repair; Dry Dock; Environmental Waste Services; Marine Equip./ Supplies; Oil Spill Response/Recovery; Shipyard/Ship Repair; Towing & Tug Services; Warehousing-Bonded FEDERAL CUSTOMS OFFICE US Customs Service, 4550 75th St., Port Arthur TX 77642. ★ Port of Brownsville 1000 Foust Rd., Brownsville, TX 78521-1000 Tel: 800-378-5395, 956-831-4592 Fax: 956-831- 5006 PORT COMMISSIONERS Elected for 4-year staggered terms. John Reed, Chairman; Sergio Tito Lopez, Vice Chairman; Ralph Cowen, Secretary; John Wood, Commissioner; Esteban Guerra, Commissioner PORT STAFF Eduardo A. Campirano, Port Director and CEO Donna Eymard, Deputy Port Director Steve Tyndal, PPM, Sr. Director of Marketing and Business Development Lorena Hernandez, CPA, Director of Finance Deborah Lee Duke, Director of Administrative Services Oscar Garcia, MM, Director of Facilities Maintenance Carlos Garcia, Chief of Police and Security Michael Davis, Harbor Master Ariel Chavez, PE/RPLS, Director of Engineering Services Beatrice G. Rosenbaum, Director of Industrial Development Antonio (Tony) Rodriguez, Director of Cargo Services and FTZ Administrator Jaime Martinez, Director of Human Resources PRIMARY CARGOES Steel slabs, plates, wire rod, hot and cold rolled steel, beams, pipe, pig iron, ingots, and chrome ore Petroleum, including lubricants, gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, No. 6 oil, naphtha, vacuum gas oils Wax, latex, asphalt, aluminum, machinery, windmill components, barite, pet coke, scrap metals, limestone, sand, grain, sugar, rutile ore, bauxite, minerals, cement, and salt MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH • Length: 17 miles, meeting the Gulf of Mexico at the Brazos Santiago Pass • Draft: 44 feet at entrance, 42 feet up to the Turning Basin, 36.5 feet in the Turning Basin • Full congressional authorization to deepen channel to 52 feet • Turning Basin Width: 1,200 feet • Miles to ship buoy: 1.7 CARGO TERMINALS AND FACILITIES • Approximately 40,000 acres of land • Over 1 million square feet of covered storage • More than 3 million square feet of open storage • 13 cargo docks • 5 liquid cargo docks (a sixth liquid cargo dock under construction; projected date of completion in Q1 2019) ADDITIONAL PORT INFORMATION: OVERWEIGHT CORRIDOR In order to facilitate the movement of cargo to and from Mexico, the Port of Brownsville — in conjunction with the Texas Department of Transportation — issues permits online to shippers allowing them to load their trucks to the legal weight limits of Mexico. This heavy haul highway, pioneered by the Port of Brownsville, allows trucks entering or leaving the port to be loaded to the maximum legal weights of Mexico — 125,000 pounds more than those of standard US limits. This means remarkable savings in time, money, and logistical efficiencies. MULTIMODAL ACCESS The Port of Brownsville offers multiple modes of transportation that include oceangoing vessels; all major US and Mexican truck lines; rail service with more than 45 miles of rail within the port; barge service via the US Intracoastal and Inland Waterway System; short-sea shipping via the M-10 Marine Highway; pipeline access to US and Mexican terminals; and air freight service at the Brownsville/South Padre Island International Airport. OTHER PORT-OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ The port is grantee for Foreign Trade Zone No. 62, which consistently ranks as one of the top in the nation for the value of exports. FTZ No. 62 offers sites at the Port of Brownsville, Brownsville-South Padre Island International Airport, Valley International Airport, Harlingen Industrial Park and Airpark, NAFTA Industrial Park and FINSA Industrial Park at Los Indios. Zone status is available at any of the port's properties. OTHER PORT-AREA SERVICES Bunkering/Fuel; Construction and Refurbishing of Offshore Drilling Rigs, Domestic and International Container service; Bulk Terminaling for Miscellaneous Liquids; Ship Repairing and Dismantling/Recycling; Break-bulk/Heavy Lift/Project Cargo; Steel Fabrication, Boat Construction; Grain Handling and Storage; LPG Storage/Distribution; Crane Maintenance and Repair; Environmental and Waste Services; Marine Equipment/ Supplies; and Towing and Tug Services HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CARGO We are approved by the US Coast Guard for hazardous material cargo on docks 11, 12, 13, and 15. Restricted patio areas 12 and 15 have also been assigned for hazardous material cargo. FEDERAL CUSTOMS OFFICES US Customs and Border Protection, 3300 S. Expressway 77/83, Room A.151, Brownsville TX 78520; Veteran International Bridge, Brownsville, TX; Los Indios International Bridge, Gateway International Bridge, Brownsville – South Padre Island International Airport, The Port of Brownsville Customs and Border Protection Harbor Master Office. OVERSEAS SISTER/BROTHER OR AFFILIATED PORTS Puerto Cortés, Honduras CA; Port of Ningbo, People's Republic of China; GLIPSA (Port of Manzanillo); Interpuerto (San Luis Potosi, Mexico); Puerto de Mazatlan, Mexico; City of Pharr International Bridge; City of Matamoros, Mexico; Cameron County, Texas ★ Calhoun Port Authority P.O. Box 397, Point Comfort, TX 77978-0397 Tel: 361-987-2813

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