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Capital Enhancements to Support Rapid Growth

Posted by Chris Virk-Brown on April 14, 2022 at 3:18 PM

Updated October 11, 2022

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Topics: cargo, infrastructure, containers, construction, operations, improvements

Dreams Do Come True: First Women Graduates of RTG Certification Program

Posted by Chris Virk-Brown on January 12, 2022 at 2:54 PM

The global supply chain is in a time of evolution. With ships getting larger and cargo increasing, the constant focus on growth is undeniable. More equipment and upgrades to infrastructure will be necessary, but so is a properly trained workforce. Who will be the next generation of maritime workers supplying that manpower to sustain the supply chain? Whether truckers, equipment operators, logistics specialists, longshoremen or crane technicians, these are all key roles that keep operations running efficiently; and the industry needs more of them. A lot more.

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Topics: leadership, workforce, Seafarers, operations, careers, ILA, WGMA

Freight Mobility Improvements Require Team Effort

Posted by Chris Virk-Brown on February 9, 2021 at 8:45 AM

As the nation’s largest tonnage and one of the busiest ports, there has always been a need to make improvements and keep logistics efficient. Being open for business more than 100 years also comes with trouble spots along the way. However, Port Houston is focused on making infrastructure improvements before any serious problems come under fire. In particular, the area of freight mobility has grown tremendously over the years and this is largely due to the Port Houston teams that make these projects possible.

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Topics: freight, projects, operations, rail

Port Houston Successfully Completes NAVIS N4 Upgrade

Posted by Port Houston on July 30, 2019 at 7:56 AM

Caption: Port Houston container terminal truck gates.

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Topics: maritime, container, ports, Houston, shipping, technology, operations

Use of Drones Triggers Security Actions at Port Houston

Posted by Port Houston on March 4, 2019 at 4:19 PM

When a small camera-equipped drone fell out of the sky trailing smoke over Port Houston’s Turning Basin Terminal recently, it raised some serious security concerns.

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Topics: maritime, ports, Houston, security, operations

Strong Year-End Results Delivered by Port Houston

Posted by Port Houston on February 11, 2019 at 4:59 PM

Caption: Port Chairman Janiece Longoria presiding over her last Port Commission meeting in January. 

Year-end results for 2018 show that Port Houston’s business continues to be solid, with records set in some areas.

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Topics: maritime, ports, Houston, shipping, cargo, operations

Port Houston Continues on Record Pace

Posted by Port Houston on October 9, 2018 at 1:12 PM

Caption: The Port Commission at the port's September public meeting.

The investments being made at Port Houston continue to pay off. As a result of the completion of the widening and deepening of its Bayport Channel and work on what’s known as the Bayport flare, Port Houston is seeing larger and larger vessels calling its container facilities.

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Topics: maritime, ports, trade, containers, operations

Strong Mid-Year Growth at Port Houston

Posted by Port Houston on August 7, 2018 at 11:10 AM

Port Houston moved 1.3 million container TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) through the first six months of 2018, a six percent increase from 2017, Executive Director Roger Guenther announced in his report to the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority in its regular monthly meeting in July.

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Topics: ports, Houston, Port Commission, containers, growth, operations




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