Port of Houston
The Port of Houston is a primary port of entry for goods coming into the U.S. market from Asia, Europe, and South America. The Port ranks first in the country for foreign tonnage, second in total tonnage, and is the sixth largest port in the world. Close to 7,000 vessels and 150,000 barges, representing over 100 steamship lines, enter the Port of Houston every year, connecting with over 1,000 ports around the world.
The Barbours Cut and Bayport Terminals at the Port of Houston represent the most modern intermodal facilities on the Gulf Coast. The Bayport Terminal’s expansion will triple the container handling capacity of the Port.
To learn more about the Port of Houston and its facilities, visit their web site at www.porthouston.com.