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Exactly the port T he Port of Brownsville moves more steel into Mexico than any other U.S. port. It's the largest land-owning port in the nation with 40,000 acres. And it has full congressional authorization to deepen its channel to 52 feet. Its FTZ ranks second nationally in value of exported goods, and its railroad continues impressive growth trends. Those assets and achievements continue to attract industrial development that other ports cannot – like three active LNG projects – all in Federal Energy Regulatory Commission review. Because of the steady South Texas breeze, it's understandable why the wind energy sector selected the port for its base of operations. And with Mexican petroleum reforms a reality in 2017, more and more of our shippers are experiencing measurable success. In fact, the Port of Brownsville is in easy reach of a growing consumption zone of more than 10 million on both sides of the border, benefiting our customers with unparalleled rail and heavy haul logistics solutions. It's the most important cargo transfer point on the Gulf of Mexico. The port that works – the Port of Brownsville. 1000 Foust Rd • Brownsville, TX 78521 (956) 831-4592 1-800-378-5395 The port that works

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