The International Port of Texas
For over a century, Port Houston has served as a strategic leader for the Houston Ship Channel and is instrumental in the City of Houston’s development for international trade. Port Houston owns, manages, and operates eight public terminals along the 52-mile waterway, including the area’s largest breakbulk facility and two of the most efficient container terminals in the country.
As the advocate and steward of progress for the ship channel, Port Houston is key in helping to expand the waterway in record time. While driving growth at the local, regional, and national level, the Port maintains exceptional efficiency in advancing the flow of seaborne cargo on a global scale. Port Houston—navigating new opportunities in every direction.Learn More
As the advocate of the Houston Ship Channel, the Port plays a vital role in the management of this important waterway. Explore our helpful resources:
TOOLS TO MOVE YOUR BUSINESS FORWARD
Welcome to Port Houston’s Terminal Toolbox, your one-stop solution for accessing vessel schedules, operational information, and all terminal needs. Our team is here to help support your business by providing a variety of important customer tools.
Find helpful facts about our container terminals, hours of operation, vessel schedules and other customer service tools.
CONTAINER TERMINAL RESOURCES
Track your container, get access to berth applications, manage bookings, review gate information, and more.
MULTI-PURPOSE BREAKBULK & CARGO
Each facility is uniquely designed to handle a wide range of cargo types, including steel, breakbulk, project and heavy-lift cargo.
PRICING & TARIFF RATES
Find current fees, rates, and regulations pertaining to all terminals operated by Port Houston.
The Houston Ship Channel complex and its more than 200 public and private facilities is the nation’s largest port for waterborne tonnage, and an essential economic engine for the Houston region, the state of Texas, and the U.S. Port Houston is the advocate and a strategic leader for the Houston Ship Channel.LEARN MORE
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Port Commission Regular Meeting March 20, 2023
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