Facilities & Cargo

Facilities & Cargo 2018-02-19T14:01:18+00:00

Port of Beaumont...We Deliver What We Promise!

  • Direct service by Three Class 1 Railroads (BNSF,UP & KCS)
  • Access from the Sabine-Neches Waterway and the Intracoastal Canal
  • Port of Beaumont Connects to Five Major Highways
  • Multiple Ship Lines from all over the world call at Port of Beaumont
  • Numerous Trucking Companies Service Port of Beaumont
  • Over 20 miles of rail tracks inside the port offering 7 day/24 Hour Switching by Port of Beaumont Engines
  • Diverse Cargo Capability
  • Modern Warehouses & Open Storage Space
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Individualized Quotes
  • Personalized Customer Service

Harbor Island Marine Terminal

Harbor Island Marine Terminal

 

 

  • 40 Foot Depth Draft (12.9 meters)
  • Length 1,880 ft. (573 meters)
  • Apron Width 97 ft. (29.5 meters)
  • Deck Capacity1,200 lbs. PSF (544.31 kilograms)
  • Transit Shed Capacity
    • Shed A – 112,000 sq. ft. (10,405 sq. meters)
    • Shed B – 27,000 sq. ft. (2,508 sq. meters)
    • Shed C – 106,000 sq. ft. (9,848 sq. meters)
    • TOTAL – 245,000 sq. ft. (22,761 sq. meters)
  • Open Storage Area–  30 plus acres (12.14 hectares)
  • Marginal rail tracks berth-side.
  • Inside (weather protected) rail loading / unloading within Transit Sheds.
  • Direct rail service by 3 Class I railroads (BNSF, KCS, UPRR)
  • 18 miles (28,900 meters) total rail track within port area.
  • 7 day / 24 hour rail switching with POB Switch engines
  • RO/RO Ramp Dimensions 168 Ft x 90 ft (51 x 27 meters capacity 1200 lbs PSF (544.31 kilograms)

Orange County Terminal

Orange County Terminal is a state-of-the art petroleum/crude oil facility.

 

  • Home to 240 Acre State-of-the-Art Liquid Petroleum Terminal
  • Public-Private Partnership Port of Beaumont and Jefferson Energy Companies, a Subsidiary of Green Plains Inc. and Fortress Transportation/Infrastructure Investors LLC
  • 4,000 feet of Harbor Footage on East Bank of Neches River
  • 650 linear foot Heavy Duty Cargo Wharf
  • 4 Acres of Open Storage Lot
  • Barge Dock
  • 120 Unit Rail Car Loop Plus Additional Tracks
  • Truck Loading Facility
  • Petroleum Processing Unit
  • Pipelines, Storage Tanks & Additional Rail

Main Street Terminal 1 Under Construction

 

Main Street Terminal 1 Under Construction

Layberth Docks Currently In Use By MARAD

 

 

 

 

 

  • 1,200 PSF dock load capacity
  • 1,400 Linear feet
  • 1,500 Foot steel bulkhead
  • 16,000 linear feet of new track

Main Street Terminal 2

Main Street Terminal 2

  • Home to Wharves 5 & 6 & Layberth Terminal #7
  • Apron Width -34 feet (10.36 meters)
  • Length 1,438 feet (438 meters)
  • Deck Capacity 300 lbs PSF (136.07 kilograms)
  • Water Draft 36 feet (10.97 meters)
  • Transit Shed Capacity 208,560 square feet (19,376 square meters)
  • Rail Ramps
  • 10 Acres Open Lots
  • Maintenance Area for Port Partners including Rail Managers & Stevedores

Bulk Terminal

 Bulk Terminal located at Harbor Island is operated by Kinder Morgan.

 

 

 

  • Operated by Kinder Morgan
  • Handles Rock, Aggregate and Other Bulk Commodities
  • Easy Access Rail
  • Truck Scale

Grain Elevator

Grain Elevator

  • One Berth with Three Loading Spouts
  • 5 Million Bushel Grain Elevator
  • Loading Capacity of 80,000 Bushels Per Hour
  • Leased and Operated By Louis Dreyfus Commodities

Carroll Street Wharf

Carroll Street Wharf

 

  • 1,435 Feet of Harbor Front
  • Two Warehouses offering 108,900 Square Feet of Storage

Additional Features

Turning Basin 1,100 Feet in Diameter

$28 Million in Recent Rail Improvements

Additional Improvements Under Construction

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