The terminal features three berths providing 1,836 feet of continuous quay, 7.5 acres of paved cargo marshaling area and an 82,500-square-foot transit shed located adjacent to Berth 3. The terminal also features a 437,000-square-foot warehouse with a covered rail area and truck bays to ensure cargo is not exposed to the elements during loading and unloading.
The "Spiralveyor" bagged cargo handling system located at this facility is capable of loading ships at a very high rate of speed. On-site bagging equipment can package corn, oats, rice, soybeans, wheat and other food products.
Jacintoport Terminal is operated by Jacintoport International, a Seaboard Marine corporation under a long-term lease from the Port Authority.
Tariff: Port of Houston Tariff No. 8
Wharves: Three wharves offering 1,836 feet of continuous quay. Elevation of 12 feet above mean low tide.
Channel Depth: Project depth of 38 feet at mean low tide.
Truck and Rail Service: The Port Terminal Railroad Association directly serves the facility with regular interchanges with Burlington Northern-Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Almost 150 motor freight lines serve the Port of Houston and this facility has easy access to Interstate 10 via the Sheldon Road exit and Beltway 8 (east) via the Jacintoport Boulevard exit.
Hours of Operation: Normal hours are 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Capable of operating 24 hours per day with prior arrangements.
Storage: 82,500-square-foot transit shed adjacent to wharf J3. 437,000 square foot warehouse in lease area. 200,000 square foot refrigerated facility. Open storage of 7.5 acres adjacent to wharves. Additional backup storage acreage in lease area.
713-673-7000, 281-452-1112 phone
111 East Loop North
Houston, Texas USA 77029
P.O. Box 2562
Houston, Texas USA 77252-2562