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Exactly the point T he Port of Brownsville is the point where more steel crosses the border into Mexico than any other U.S. port. More to the point, it's the largest land- owning port in the nation with 40,000 acres ripe for development. The U.S. LNG industry gets the point, too. Three LNG exporters are in the permitting process to build billions of dollars of infrastructure at the Port of Brownsville. Also pointing in the right direction is new legislation benefiting wind energy equipment providers and new unencumbered crude oil exports. The point is, the Port of Brownsville serves a growing consumption zone of more than 10 million people within a three-hour drive on both sides of the border with a cost- saving heavy haul corridor and efficient rail. It's the most important international cargo transfer point on the Gulf of Mexico. The port that works – the Port of Brownsville. Get the point? 1000 Foust Rd • Brownsville, TX 78521 (956) 831-4592 1-800-378-5395 The port that works

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