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Texas Ports Directory September 2020

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8 TEXAS PORTS & LOGISTICS DIRECTORY TEXAS PORTS & LOGISTICS 2020–2021 2020–2021 PORT COMMISSIONERS Elected 4-year staggered term. Barbara Winfree, President; John Montagne, Vice President; Keith Wallace, Secretary/Treasurer; Carroll G. Holt, Commissioner; Kevin Singleton, Commissioner; PORT STAFF Lorrie Taylor, Executive Port Director/CEO Debbie Britnell, Executive Assistant Zack Wilson, Facility Security Officer and Operations Manager Annette Crorey, Accounting Jason Hoffpauir, Maintenance Lydia Townes, Receptionist PRIMARY CARGOES: INBOUND Forest Products MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH: 28 feet CARGO TERMINALS AND FACILITIES ALABAMA STREET TERMINAL: Port-Owned; Berths: 4; Total Length: 2,300 feet with adjacent 354,000-square-foot transit sheds, 390-foot heavy lift open dock. Minimum 800 AMP shorepower available at all docks. Water Depth: 30 feet; Rail Service; Special Facilities: Railroads; Trucking Lines: 7 (plus contract carriers); Mid County Airport Jefferson County, TX. CHILDERS ROAD TERMINAL; Port-Owned and Operated; Barge Fleeting, Drydock, Repair and Painting; Depth: Water depth of 18 feet. PIER ROAD TERMINAL; 500-foot pier with 1,200 AMP shorepower. Warehouses 4,000 square feet - 6,000 square feet available for lease at this site. This site has a 20-foot draft restriction. ADDITIONAL PORT INFORMATION: Long term layberthing welcome. Green Field water acreage available for development. OTHER PORT-OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ Foreign Trade Zone of Southeast Texas, Orange County Navigation and Port District Industrial Development Corporation, P. O. Box 2410, Orange TX 77631-2410; Tel: 409-883-4363 OTHER PORT-AREA SERVICES Bunkers/Fuel; Chandlery; Crane Repair and Maintenance; Dry Dock; Environmental/Waste Services; Marine Equipment and Supplies; Oil Spill Response and Recovery; Shipyard/Ship Repairs; Towing/Tug Services; Warehousing. FEDERAL CUSTOMS OFFICE Port Arthur Customs District; Port Arthur, TX ★ Port of Palacios — Matagorda County Navigation District No. 1 1602 Main St., P.O. Box 551, Palacios, TX 77465 Tel: 361-972-5556 Fax: 361-972-3584 The prime property of Matagorda County Navigation District No. 1 is the Port of Palacios, located on Matagorda Bay near the Texas Gulf Coast, midway between Galveston and Corpus Christi. The 14-mile Palacios Ship Channel connects the port harbor with the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. It is home to two shipyards and one of the largest shrimping fleets on the Gulf Coast. Four turning basins contain more than 12,000 linear feet of dock space. Port properties also include the Port Commercial Center, Marine Education Center, and one recreational marina. Currently, the Navigation District has property for development that includes more than 800 acres of prime waterfront. ★ Port of Port Arthur P.O. Box 1428, 221 Houston Avenue Port Arthur, TX 77641-1428 Tel: 409-983-2011 Fax: 409-983-7572 PORT COMMISSIONERS Norris Simon, Jr., President; John Comeaux, Vice President; Randy T. Martin, Secretary/Treasurer; Raymond Johnson, Commissioner; Linda Turner Spears, Commissioner PORT STAFF Larry A. Kelley, Jr., Exec. Port Director/CEO Anthony Theriot, Director, Trade Development Ronnie Hicks, Director, Operations F. Vincent Bartholomew, Terminal Superintendent Michael Young, Assistant Terminal Superintendent PRIMARY CARGOES: INBOUND Iron and steel products, forest products, military cargo, project cargo PRIMARY CARGOES: OUTBOUND Forest products, iron and steel products, project cargo MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH: 40 feet CARGO TERMINALS AND FACILITIES BERTHS 1 and 2: Port-Owned; Operator: Port with loading/unloading sub-contractor; Berths: 2; Length: 1,400 feet; Rail Service; Three marginal tracks with both berths being served by one 75-foot-ton level-luffing gantry crane; Transit shed capacity 194,400 square feet. BERTHS 3-4-5: Port-Owned; Operator: Port with loading/unloading sub-contractor; Berths: 3; Length: 1,700 feet.; Rail Service: Three marginal rail tracks; Berths 3 and 4 Transit shed capacity 225,000 square feet.; Berth 5 Transit shed capacity 100,000 square feet. ADDITIONAL PORT INFORMATION 55 acres of undeveloped waterfront property OTHER PORT-OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES , FACILITIES, FTZ FOREIGN TRADE ZONE No. 116: Includes one undeveloped site of 6.12 acres, one undeveloped site of 1,070 acres and a third site consisting of 8.42 acres of land. All suitable for storage, manufacturing and other operations. SOUTHEAST TEXAS REGIONAL AIRPORT: Box 1366, Nederland TX 77627; Tel: 409-722-0251; 7 miles from Port Arthur (not under port jurisdiction) OTHER PORT-AREA SERVICES Bunkers/Fuel; Chandlery; Cold Storage; Crane Maintenance and Repair; Dry Dock; Environmental/ Waste Services; Marine Equipment and Supplies; Oil Spill Response/Recovery; Shipyard/Ship Repair; Towing/ Tug Services; Warehousing-Bonded; Labor; Freight Forwarders; Stevedores; Customs House Brokers. FEDERAL CUSTOMS OFFICE Director of Customs; 4550 Jimmy Johnson Blvd., Port Arthur TX 77642 Tel: 409-724-0087 ★ Port Isabel — San Benito Navigation District 250 Industrial Dr., Port Isabel, TX 78578 Tel: 956-943-7826 PORT COMMISSIONERS Victor Barrera, Chairman; Manuel R. (M.R.) Garcia II, Secretary; Robert Ostos, Member PORT STAFF Steve Bearden, Port Director/General Manager Ana V. Perez, Office Manager PRIMARY CARGOS: INBOUND Shrimp, offshore oil industry cargos PRIMARY CARGOS: OUTBOUND Off shore oil industry cargos, finished goods, fuel MAIN CHANNEL DEPTH: 35 feet CARGO TERMINALS AND FACILITIES: Yes, open storage only ADDITIONAL PORT INFORMATION Port Isabel Logistics Offshore Terminal (PILOT) primary customer OTHER PORT-OWNED BUSINESSES, SERVICES, FACILITIES, FTZ Port Isabel Logistics Offshore Terminal (PILOT) offers full services to the off shore oil industry ★ Port Mansfield — Willacy County Navigation District 400 W. Hidalgo, Ste. 200, Raymondville, TX 78580 Tel: 956-689-3332 Fax: 956-689-6165 Port Mansfield maintains an excellent channel surrounded by available waterfront and nearby off- waterfront property combined with excellent roads connecting to the future Interstate 69 NAFTA highway. Port Mansfield is the perfect location for companies with barge and distribution needs. Port Mansfield, which is operated by Willacy County Navigation District strives to maximize the utilization of the port's infrastructure, increase the number of port related jobs and personal income Willacy County Navigation District owns and operates all of the property known as Port Mansfield, an area of approximately 1,760 acres; the Navigation District enters into leases for both commercial and residential purposes for up to fifty (50) years. Each commercial lease will be for a described purpose and at rates that are set by the Board of Navigation and Canal Commissioners. The Port is governed by five commissioners that are elected by the voters of the District, which comprises the north 2/3 of Willacy County. Commissioners serve for 4 year terms and elections are held during even numbered years for the five staggered terms.

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