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Port of Beaumont

Gulf Seaports Marine Terminal Conference


(Federal Maritime Commission Agreement 224‑200163, effective December 2, 1988.)

Participating Members
A. Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans
B. Board of Commissioners of Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District
C. Greater Baton Rouge Port Commission
D. Orange County Navigation and Port District, Orange, TX
E. Mississippi State Port Authority at Gulfport
F. Port of Beaumont Navigation District of Jefferson County, TX
G. Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority of Harris County, TX
H. Board of Trustees of the Galveston Wharves
I. Alabama State Docks Department - Port of Mobile
J. South Louisiana Port Commission, La Place, LA
K. Board of Navigation and Canal Commissioners of the Brownsville Navigation District of Cameron County, TX
L. Port of Port Arthur Navigation District of Jefferson County, TX
M. Board of Commissioners of the Tampa Port Authority of Hillsborough County, FL
N. Port Freeport
O. Panama City Port Authority
P. Port of Corpus Christi Authority
Q. Port of Pensacola
R. Port of Pascagoula
S. Manatee County Port Authority of Palmetto, FL
T. St. Bernard Port, Harbor and Terminal District, Chalmette, LA
U. Port of Plaquemines, LA
NOTICE: The Gulf Seaports Marine Terminal Conference agreement permits the participating members to discuss and agree upon port terminal charges, rules and regulations. Any such rates, charges, rules and regulations, adopted pursuant be published in the respective tariffs of said members and so identified by proper symbol and explanation.


Shippers, or other Users of the facilities and services of the members of said conference, desiring to present requests or complaints with respect to any such rates, charges, rules and regulations, adopted pursuant to said conference agreement, should submit the same, in writing, to the said Chairman of the Conference, at the address below, giving full particulars, including all relevant facts, conditions and circumstances pertaining to the request or complaint. Should further information be required by the Conference for full consideration of the request or complaint, the Conference Chairman will so advise by mail. The said Chairman will notify such shipper or complainant of the docketing of the matter and of the date and time of the proposed meeting and if said shipper or complainant desires to be heard, he shall make request therefore upon the Conference Chairman in advance of the meeting.

Bill Inge
Conference Chairman
P. O. Box 1588
Mobile, AL 36633

Effective: January 1, 2017