PORT HOUSTON DIRECT

Take the Most Direct Route

Consider All-Water Service and the Most Reliable and Hassle-Free Port

All Water. Less Hassle.

PORT HOUSTON DIRECT offers a higher degree of service and stability for importers and exporters. We work with BCOs to overcome logistics and service issues and our Port Houston Direct team can be contacted directly for an immediate response.

BUSAN TO HOUSTON IN 23 DAYS

EASTBOUND ALL-WATER
HOUSTON TRANSIT TIMES

Yantian…………………….26 days
Shanghai………………….26 days
Xiamen…………………….27 days

DEEPER AND MORE ACCESSIBLE

Terminal channels have
been deepened to 45 feet to match the depth of the Houston Ship Channel.

RELIABLE AND LESS COMPLICATED

Our Terminal Toolbox is a customer portal that will help you track your container. Our online systems allow you to make and monitor bookings.

Port Houston has expanded its customer portal to provide accessible information about containers, vessels and trucks that move through our Barbours Cut and Bayport terminals.

BCOs Prefer H20

Katy-based retailer, Academy Sports and Outdoors, which moves a considerable amount of cargo across Port Houston’s docks, has more stores in Texas than any other state. Because the majority of their retail stores are in Texas, nearly 10,000 TEUs of Academy’s products move through Port Houston

“We have a really positive partnership with Port Houston… The Port is always suggesting new ways to improve our experience and expedite the flow of goods to our distribution center, which we greatly appreciate here at Academy Sports and Outdoors.”

—J.K. Symancyk, President and CEO, Academy Sports and Outdoors

Home Furnishings retail giant IKEA cited two primary reasons for selecting Baytown for a new distribution center: the fact that Houston is one of the largest cities in the United States and proximity to the Port of Houston.

“We have had great success in pulling the needed containers very quickly. I have worked with other ports in the past and it appears as though we are off to a great start!”

– Alex Todd, Distribution Manager for IKEA

The decision was made to totally shift away from moving cargo through the Port of Long Beach and instead move virtually all of Igloo’s import containers across the docks in Houston. The switch to all-water service represented a major change for the 1,200-associate company. But Igloo hasn’t looked back.

“Houston is a very well-run port. We found confidence in Port Houston’s ability to handle large container volumes through the port and Port Houston’s commitment to expansion, as well as the timely availability of containers.”

– Patrick Poole, Senior Director Supply Chain for Igloo

Ranked at no. 40 in the Fortune 500 list of companies, the big retailer uses Houston as a gateway for its Texas and Southern markets. Those goods range from tools to building products.

“We use a lot of different gateways coming into the U.S. from Asia, and Houston is one. It is an important gateway for us.”

– Rick Gabrielson, Lowe’s Vice President of Transportation

Contact Us for More Information

Contact a Representative Directly

Ty Reasonover

Ty Reasonover

Sr. Trade Development Manager (Western U.S.)

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Ricardo Arias

Ricardo Arias

Trade Development Manager
(Central U.S.)

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Will Whitehouse

Will Whitehouse

Sr. Trade Development Manager (Eastern U.S.)

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Arturo Gamaz

Arturo Gamez

Central and South America (excluding Brazil)

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John Cuttino

John Cuttino

Brazil

 

 

 

 

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