Houston, Texas

Container
RORO
Breakbulk
Cruise
Military

Within the Texas Ports, Port Houston is ranked first in the United States in foreign waterborne tonnage and in U.S. imports. The Port handles almost 70% of the containerized cargo market in the U.S. Gulf and 95.5% of the containers moved through Texas seaports. Ceres Gulf provides container stevedoring services at the Port's Barbours Cut Facility. In addition, Ceres operates at the Bayport Container facility with our JV partner, Mediterranean Shipping Company. Together, Ceres handles a total of over 500,000 containers per year in Houston. At the Turning Basin Terminal/City Docks, Ceres provides RoRo stevedoring services, handling over 70,000 autos and RoRo units. Ceres also handles breakbulk and project cargoes at this facility.

 

Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Galveston, Port Arthur,

Texas

RORO
Breakbulk
Bulk

Ceres Gulf has been a strong presence in the Gulf Ports since the 1950s. Currently in the Ports of Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Galveston and Port Arthur, Ceres can provide RoRo stevedoring, bulk stevedoring as well as breakbulk operations. This includes the handling of steel, locomotives, military cargo, machinery, transformers, generators, project and high/heavy cargoes.

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Port Freeport, Texas

Container
RORO
Breakbulk
Steel
Project

Over a 100 years ago, Port Freeport was created when the first jetty system was built there. Since that time,the Port has become one of the fastest growing U.S. Gulf Coast ports and is currently ranked as the 24th largest U.S. port in terms of foreign tonnage. Port Freeport is also one of the most accessible ports on the Gulf Coast, located just three miles from deep water. Its central location, 400-foot-wide, 45-foot-deep channel and easy access to highway, railroad or intercoastal waterway, ensures carriers have a fast, safe turnaround.

With JV partner, MSC, Ceres Gulf operates the new Velasco Container Terminal and handles approximately 26,000 containers per year. Ceres also handles all other cargoes at Port Freeport public facilities.