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New York

New York

The Port of New York and New Jersey is the gateway to one of the most concentrated and affluent consumer markets in the world. It is the largest port on the East Coast, and the thrid largest in the USA.

New Orleans (Nola)

New Orleans (Nola)

The Port of New Orleans is a deep-draft multipurpose port at the center of the Louisiana’s Lower Mississippi River. Connected to major inland markets and Canada via 14,500 miles of waterways, six class I railroads and the interstate highway system, the Port is the ideal gateway for steel, project c...

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

The Port of Los Angeles is the number one port by container volume in the United States, handling a record-breaking 8.4 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in calendar year 2007. The Port prides itself on ultra-modern terminal efficiency, robust intermodal assets, and its world-class secu...

Lake Charles

Lake Charles

The Port of Lake Charles is a deepwater seaport at Lake Charles, Louisiana, on the U.S. Gulf Coast. The Port manages the Calcasieu Ship Channel, which runs inland 36 miles and extends out into the Gulf of Mexico another 32 miles. The Port of Lake Charles is officially the Lake Charles Harbor & Te...

Houston

Houston

The Port of Houston is a 25-mile-long complex of diversified public and private facilities located just a few hours' sailing time from the Gulf of Mexico. The port is ranked first in the United States in foreign waterborne tonnage (19 consecutive years); first in U.S. imports (23 consecutive years);...

Cleveland

Cleveland

The Port of Cleveland is a leading Great Lakes gateway for waterborne trade and provides a critical connection between the nation’s heartland and the global economy. The Port manages a bulk terminal and a general cargo operation that are located to the west and east of the Cuyahoga River along the ...

Beaumont

Beaumont

Situated 84 miles east of Houston and 270 miles west of New Orleans, the Port of Beaumont is accessible from the Gulf of Mexico and Intracoastal Waterway via the federally maintained Sabine-Neches Ship Channel, 42 miles upstream from the Gulf. The Sabine-Neches Channel is a minimum of 400 feet w...