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Manchester Terminal

  • Location

    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.

  • Facilities

    • Three continuous berths at main dock totaling 1520 linear ft.
    • 1700 linear ft. of separate barge dock
    • 1,045,000 sq. ft. warehouse capacity
    • 48,000 sq. ft. of cargo apron adjacent to main dock
    • 30 acres of open-air storage for container and project cargo
    • United States Customs certified Foreign Trade Zone
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk, and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Port Terminal Railroad Association with connection options to Union Pacific, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and other rail service providers
    • Large project marshaling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • Cranes with capacities up to 165 tons
    • Top loaders with maximum capacity of 80,000 pounds
    • Fleet of forklifts with maximum capacity of 62,000 pounds
    • Fabrication shop for manufacture of custom lift equipment
    • Certified truck scale
  • Address

    10000 Manchester St. Ste. C
    Houston, Texas 77012
    713.926.7611
  • General Manager - Mitch Heiserman

    Mr. Heiserman is a 1986 Graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy with a Bachelor of Science. He was commissioned as Ensign in the U.S. Navy, and was a licensed 3rd Mate in the U.S. Coast Guard.

    Mr. Heiserman’s Maritime employment includes working for U.S. Merchant Marine where he sailed with the Military Sealift Command and Maersk Line, Ltd. from 1986 to 1992. He was licensed as a Chief Mate, Unlimited Tonnage upon Oceans and Master, and 1600 Gross Registered Tons upon Oceans.

    Mr. Heiserman’s Stevedoring employment includes working for the Fairway Terminal Corporation as a Vessel Superintendent from 1992 – 1997. He joined Gulf Stream Marine, Inc. as a Vessel Superintendent in 1997 and became a General Superintendent in 1998. In 2011, he was named Director of Operations.

Industrial Terminal

  • Location

    Industrial Terminal is ideally located on the north shore of the Houston Ship Channel at Greens Bayou. Quick access is available to Interstate 10 via Industrial Road and Federal Road.

  • Facilities

    • Provides 1800 linear ft. of deep water berth
    • 1200 linear ft. of barge terminal
    • 140,000 sq. ft. warehouse capacity
    • 120 acres of open air storage for containers and project cargo
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Port Terminal Railroad Association and Union Pacific with connection options to other rail service providers
    • Large project marshaling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • Cranes with capacities ranging 65 tons - 300 tons
    • Top loaders with capacities ranging 70,000 pounds - 85,000 pounds
    • Fleet of forklifts with maximum capacity of 60,000 pounds
    • Fabrication shop for manufacture of custom lift equipment
    • Certified truck scale
  • Address

    13901 Industrial Rd.
    Houston, Texas 77015
    713.450.8888
  • General Manager - Mark Salinas

    Mr. Salinas is a Graduate USMMA, Class 1983 and a Veteran USMC. He has 28 years in Stevedoring and Marine Terminal Operations, working in Houston, West Gulf Ports and Charleston, S.C. He started as a Vessel Superintendent with International Terminal Operators in Houston Texas in 1986. He has worked overseas in Altamira, Mexico, with Fairway Terminals and Odessa Port in the Ukraine, with Ceres Terminals. Mr. Salinas has been with Gulf Stream Marine for 13 years.

Corpus Christi Terminal

  • Location

    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.

  • Facilities

    • Dry cargo facilities that are capable of accommodating vessels with a draft up to 45ft
    • A state of the art cold storage facility for a wide range of products from meats and poultry to fruits and vegetables
    • Warehouse capacity up to 108,000 sq. ft.
    • Abundant storage directly adjacent to the dock
    • Draft of 45ft and dockside rail transfer capabilities
    • Southside General Cargo Terminal offers Dock #8, the strongest open wharf in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Brownsville Rio Grande railroad connecting to Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe on U.S side, and transfer to Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana for Mexico
    • Large project marshalling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • 3 Cranes with maximum capacity of 240 tons
    • 2 Reach Stackers with maximum capacity of 90,000 pounds
    • 10 Forklifts with maximum capacity of 30,000 pounds
    • 2 HYT Heavy yard Transporter
    • 6 YT30 Yard Trucks
  • Address

    1050 E Port Ave.
    Cargo Dock 8
    Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
    361.887.9968
  • General Manager - Randy W. Roberts

    Mr. Roberts has over twenty years of experience. He served six years in the US Army where he worked at numerous container terminals and warehousing facilities in Kuwait and Iraq. Since then, Randy worked as a US Customs Services Manager, as a Marine Operations Manager and most recently held the position of General Manager in Mobile, AL.

Freeport Terminal

  • Location

    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

  • Facilities

    • 3,440 feet of open dock space for berthing all types of vessels
    • Specialized climate controlled warehouses that are designed to accommodate multiple types of cargoes
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Brownsville Rio Grande railroad connecting to Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe on U.S side, and transfer to Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana for Mexico
  • Available Equipment

    • 4100 Manitowoc Crawler Crane with maximum capacity of 280,000 pound
    • Forklifts from 6,000–30,000 pounds lifting capacities
    • In house yard trucks for transferring cargo within the facility
  • Address

    550 Pete Schaff Blvd.
    Freeport, Texas 77541
    713.209.7712
  • General Manager - Jorge Loredo

    Mr. Loredo’s career as a Stevedore and Marine Terminal Operator began in 1991 and he has accumulated 23 years of vast experience in handling steel cargoes, break bulk/general cargo, cotton, frozen foods, containers, bulk materials and project cargoes related to Oil & Gas. Mr. Loredo has serviced customers at Woodhouse Terminal, Greensport Terminal, Care Terminal, Jacinto Port, Inbesa America and Texas Terminals. He is now at home with Gulf Stream Marine as General Manager of South Central Cement, Port of Freeport and Woodhouse Terminal. Mr. Loredo’s main objective each day is the assurance of providing the best service for all of our customers/friends and to ascertain that every Gulf Stream Marine member is motivated to take care of all our customer’s needs and demands.

Woodhouse Terminal

  • Location

    Woodhouse Terminal, a public dock facility of the Port of Houston Authority, is equipped with roll-on/roll-off access for bow, stern or quarter ramped vessels. Large covered storage areas are ideal for weather sensitive loads.

  • Facilities

    • Three main docks totaling 1910 linear ft.
    • 235,000 sq. ft. warehouse capacity
    • 87,000 sq. ft. cargo apron
    • Over ten acres of open-air storage for container and project cargo
    • Roll-on/roll-off equipped slip for vessels with stern, bow, and quarter ramps
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk, and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Union Pacific with connection options to other rail service providers
    • Large project marshaling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • Cranes with capacities ranging 165 tons - 300 tons
    • Top loaders with maximum capacity of 75,000 pounds
    • Fleet of forklifts with maximum capacity of 60,000 pounds
    • Fabrication shop for manufacture of custom lift equipment
  • Address

    1606 Clinton Dr.
    Houston, Texas 77547
    713.673.6710
  • General Manager - Jorge Loredo

    Mr. Loredo’s career as a Stevedore and Marine Terminal Operator began in 1991 and he has accumulated 23 years of vast experience in handling steel cargoes, break bulk/general cargo, cotton, frozen foods, containers, bulk materials and project cargoes related to Oil & Gas. Mr. Loredo has serviced customers at Woodhouse Terminal, Greensport Terminal, Care Terminal, Jacinto Port, Inbesa America and Texas Terminals. He is now at home with Gulf Stream Marine as General Manager of South Central Cement, Port of Freeport and Woodhouse Terminal. Mr. Loredo’s main objective each day is the assurance of providing the best service for all of our customers/friends and to ascertain that every Gulf Stream Marine member is motivated to take care of all our customer’s needs and demands.

South Central Terminal

  • Location

    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.

  • Facilities

    • The Terminal consists of 2 berths with 1,028 feet combined and 1 barge dock with 465 feet.
    • Berths have a deep draft of 40 feet.
    • Max Beam for a vessel is 106 feet and the max air draft is 125 feet.
    • Terminal offers inside and outside storage with rail access and rail service provided by Port Terminal Railroad Associate (PTRA)
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Port Terminal Railroad Association with connection options to Union Pacific, Burlington
    • Northern Santa Fe and other rail service providers
    • Large project marshaling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • Mobile Truck Cranes with maximum capacity of 180,000 pounds
    • Crawler Cranes with maximum capacity of 260,000 pounds
    • Forklift Fleet with maximum capacity of 62,000 pounds
    • Top loaders and in house yard trucks for transferring cargo within the facility
  • Address

    14053 Industrial Rd.
    Houston, Texas 77015
  • General Manager - Jorge Loredo

    Mr. Loredo’s career as a Stevedore and Marine Terminal Operator began in 1991 and he has accumulated 23 years of vast experience in handling steel cargoes, break bulk/general cargo, cotton, frozen foods, containers, bulk materials and project cargoes related to Oil & Gas. Mr. Loredo has serviced customers at Woodhouse Terminal, Greensport Terminal, Care Terminal, Jacinto Port, Inbesa America and Texas Terminals. He is now at home with Gulf Stream Marine as General Manager of South Central Cement, Port of Freeport and Woodhouse Terminal. Mr. Loredo’s main objective each day is the assurance of providing the best service for all of our customers/friends and to ascertain that every Gulf Stream Marine member is motivated to take care of all our customer’s needs and demands.

Brownsville Terminal

  • Location

    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.

  • Facilities

    • Ten docks totaling 5050 linear ft.
    • 650 linear ft. of separate barge dock
    • 450,000 sq. ft. of apron adjacent to docks: maximum capacity of 2500 pounds per sq. ft.
    • 444,000 sq. ft. warehouse capacity at eight docks
    • Additional acreage adjacent to docks for container and project marshaling
  • Modes Served

    • Container, breakbulk and bulk vessels
    • Barges
    • Rail serviced by Brownsville Rio Grande railroad connecting to Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe on U.S side, and transfer to Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana for Mexico
    • Large project marshalling area with direct transfer to/from vessel via rail or truck
  • Available Equipment

    • Cranes with capacity ranging 0-125 tons
    • Fleet of forklifts with maximum capacity of 70,000 pounds
  • Address

    2700 R.L. Ostos Rd.
    Brownsville, Texas 78521
    956.831.6766
  • General Manager - Mark Hoskins

    Mark Hoskins is a graduate from the University of Texas at Austin, earning a Bachelor in Business Administration with a Degree in Business Management and a Bachelor of Science with a Degree in Sociology. He is a professional and dedicated individual with 31 years’ experience in the Maritime Industry. Mr. Hoskins is General Manager for the South Texas Region/Brownsville Terminal.

Victoria Terminal

  • Location

    On the mid-coast of Texas, Victoria offers Inland waterways that lead to the Gulf of Mexico and world markets, dual rail service, four lane divided interstate quality highways, and local airport facilities. There is approx. two thousand acres of prime property for development that has waterway, rail and highway frontage.

  • Facilities

    • Port turning basin area is situated on over 2,000 acres and is served by rail and four-lane divided highways.
    • POV Dock No. 1 is a 350-ft transit dock.
    • New lighting system allows for 24-hr cargo operations.
    • There are 20 mooring sites, 17,000 sq ft of shed space and over 3 acres of improved ground storage areas available.
    • POV Dock No. 2 is an 800-ft string pier available for docking sites and barge repair.
    • Major products transferred are liquid and dry bulk and general and project cargos.
  • Modes Served

    • General, containerized and project cargoes
    • Rail serviced by Union Pacific & Kansas City Southern
    • 4 lane divided highway access – future Interstate 69
    • Bulk frac sand
    • Bulk bayrites
    • Caterpillar export containers.
  • Available Equipment

    • 3 berths w/adequate laydown space.
  • Address

    1934 FM 1432
    Victoria, TX 77905
  • General Manager -

Lake Charles, Louisiana

  • Location

    The Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana
  • Address

    710 Prien Lake Rd. Suite 212
    Lake Charles, Louisiana 70601
    (337) 990-5480
  • General Manager

    Brett Holliday 337-990-5480
    Email: bretth@gulfstreammarine.com

Big John Marine

  • Location

    Big John Marine is ideally located on the north shore of the Houston Ship Channel at Greens Bayou.

  • Available Equipment

    A 500-ton lift capacity Crane on a floating barge.
  • Address

    13935 Industrial Rd.
    Houston, Texas 77015
    (713) 450-8815