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See why Port Freeport is growing

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Port Statistics

Port Activity

800
vessel calls per year
135k
trucks per year

Tonnage Numbers (2014)

Total tonnage in 2014:
23,880,864
21MM
petroleum
2MM
general cargo
370K
lng

Economic Impact

$46.2
billion annually
16,400
direct jobs
69,500
induced jobs
rail cargo transport from port freeport

We Get You There

Union Pacific Railroad provides service to Port Freeport. They provide Manifest service to port customers as needed. The Port is currently working on and new rail facility that will add substantial rail capability to Port Freeport. This new expansion plan will add 3 unit trains each approximately 6200’ in length. This facility should be operational by 2018. 

air cargo transport from port freeport

We Get You There

Port Freeport is close to Houston Hobby, Houston Intercontinental and Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport who all offer 727 capability and various maintenance storage and flight services.

highway cargo transport from port freeport

We Get You There

Easy access is the key and that’s just what you get at Port Freeport which is served by SH 288, SH 36 with easy connections to I10, I45, and Beltway 8. We also offer carrier access to our heavy lift corridor where on line permits and economy of scale create an economic advantage for you shippers.

barge cargo transport from port freeport

We Get You There

Port Freeport is currently partnering with Kirby Marine who has a fleeting area for chemical and agricultural products. Also Mammoet our partners in Project and heavy lift cargo also offer barge deliveries for all types on project freight. Please contact Kirby Marine or Mammoet directly if you have need of barge services.

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Advantages

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Avg Pilot Time

The Port is conveniently located adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway and offers ships a quick transit of one hour or less to the Gulf of Mexico’s deep water.

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We Have Options

Port Freeport is accessible by rail, highway, vessel, and/or barge transportation. Take advantage of our different accessibility options.

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We Are Growing

Our harbor channel will be deepened from 45 feet to 55 feet under an Army Corps of Engineers Approved General Reevaluation and Review. 

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We Have Room For You

Port Freeport's edge? Available land ready for development. Ask our team about leasing and development at the Port.

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