The terminal’s environmental benefits include the preservation of 956 acres of diverse coastal habitat, 200 acres of new marsh, 173 acres of wetlands created or enhanced, and the preservation of a 128-acre buffer zone. The facility will generate more than 32,000 jobs, and add approximately $1.6 billion to the Texas economy through wages and tax revenues.
A computerized inventory control system tracks the status and location of individual containers. The terminal also features electronic data interchange capabilities.
The Port of Houston Authority is committed to providing a safe environment for all employees, contractors and visitors alike. Our safety policies are based on the principal of Zero Injuries, with absolutely no tolerance of unsafe conditions or behaviors. Our safety management system integrates visible safety leadership by management, written safety standards, and continuous safety improvements.
111 East Loop North
Houston, Texas USA 77029
P.O. Box 2562
Houston, Texas USA 77252-2562