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Environmental stewardship is valued at Port Houston. Port Houston’s environmental and outreach programs are nationally recognized and award-winning. Learn how we build on our sustainability as an organization.
In 2018, Port Houston celebrated the arrival of three new Neopanamax (ship-to-shore) cranes and ten rubber-tired gantry cranes at the Bayport Container Terminal. The new cranes highlight about $100 million in investments and are yet another step to ensure Port Houston is ready for future growth.
Port Houston and Industrial Cranes Services, Inc. performed a “crane swap” at the Barbours Cut Container Terminal to regroup the remaining old generation ship-to-shore cranes.
Port Houston is committed to investing for the future. In October 2017, Port Houston welcomed three new super post-Panamax cranes at the Barbours Cut Container Terminal. These cranes are a giant step to Port Houston’s strategic path to growth.
The International Port of Texas, Port Houston is located in the Lone Star State. We’re the largest port on the Gulf Coast, the biggest port in Texas, and the only port in Houston. Learn all about Port Houston and its important functions.
Learn more about Houston’s port in this overview video of Port Houston: “The International Port of Texas.”
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