Manchester Terminal is Houston's premier privately operated deep-water cargo handling terminal with ideal storage capacity for weather sensitive goods. Located five blocks from the primary traffic loop in Houston, Interstate 610, Manchester is close to every major highway and mainline rail service in Houston.
Freeport Terminal is located just 3 miles from the Deep Waters of the Gulf of Mexico and about a 1-hour transit from the Pilot’s Station to the Terminal allowing for efficient berth scheduling and minimal risk of delays that may be due to weather or traffic. The Terminal has direct access to the Gulf Inter-Coastal Waterway, State Highways 36 and 288 and Rail Service provided by the Union Pacific Rail Road
Corpus Christi Terminal is strategically located on the western Gulf of Mexico in south Texas.
Corpus Christi Terminal is convenient to Laredo with access to the northern states of Mexico and the San Antonio area of Texas.
The Joe Fulton Corridor project has provided almost twelve miles of new and existing two-lane roadway linking Interstate 37 and U.S. Highway 181. The project also included 6.2 miles of new railroad construction paralleling the roadway, an additional four miles of frontage and 630 acres along the ship channel for development. The 630 acres offer one of the few remaining industrial sites in America served by a 45-foot deep channel.
Mr. Loftis has an extensive background of over 25 years in logistics, stevedoring, project management, and materials management. As a graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point New York, Lynn has also held a USCG license as Chief Officer of Vessels on All Oceans and sailed aboard ocean going vessels with Maersk Line Limited.
Cedar Port is a barge dock and terminal facility conveniently located on Cedars Bayou near Baytown TX. Cedar Port features two barge docks and rail access in the port.
South Central Terminal is ideally located on the north shore of the Houston Ship Channel at Greens Bayou. The Terminal is in close proximity to Kirby Barge Fleet and the Head Quarters for the “Big John” Heavy-Lift Derrick Crane. The location of the Terminal gives our Customer’s and Receiver’s an advantage for the delivery of their cargoes that is imported at the Terminal and loaded out as Direct Discharge providing a quick access is available to Interstate 10 via Industrial Road and Federal Road.
The Brownsville Terminal is located at the western end of the main channel and includes a man-made basin located three miles north of the Rio Grande River and five miles east of the City of Brownsville.
The Brownsville Terminal is a leading in-transit port and major importer of steel in the United States.
Submitted for approval, the Brazos Island Harbor (BIH) Channel Improvement Project is a deep-draft navigation project that will increase the current depth of the Brownsville Ship Channel from 42’ to 52’. The deepening of the Channel is a significant milestone and one that is critical to the future of the Port of Brownsville.
This area includes the industrial giant Monterrey, often referred to as the Pittsburgh of Mexico.
The Brownsville Terminal is the closest deep-draft port to industrialized Northern Mexico and is also the only deep-draft port available to industries along the U.S. - Mexico border.
Ricardo is from Caracas, Venezuela, with a B.B.A. in Business Administration from the Universidad Central de Venezuela. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the Maritime Industry, having worked in a broad range of positions within shipping lines, port agencies, stevedores, logistics providers and shipbrokers in Latin America and in the USA. Ricardo joined the GSM team in 2019 as the General Manager of Brownsville.