We Can Help You Take a Load Off
The Northside and Southside General Cargo Terminals are located approximately one mile from Interstate Highway 37 and U.S. Highway 181.
- BNSF, KSC and UP on site
- Bagging Facility
- RO/RO Ramp
- FTZ #122
- 165,000 sq. ft. (11,334 sq. m) of covered storage with electricity
- Direct access to the U.S. inland waterway system
- Heavy Lift, RO/RO, Break Bulk, Containerized and all types of general cargo
Stop, drop, and store your cargo here.
With a channel depth of 47’, permitted and authorized for 54’, direct vessel-to-rail unloading, BNSF and UP on site, dockside truck access, first rate stevedores availability, both union and non-union, and FTZ #122, Port Corpus Christi is your partner for dry bulk cargo movements.
Bulk Dock 1
Coal, ore, minerals and other dry bulk commodities can be discharged directly from vessels to railcars or trucks at Bulk Dock #1. This facility can also be used to load vessels when special handling is required.
The traveling unloading tower has a free digging rate of 600 short tons per hour using a 15 cubic yard bucket to discharge products weighing 55 pounds per cubic foot. Actual productivity varies depending on the product and type of operation.
Bulk Dock 2
Coal, petroleum coke, and other dry bulk commodities can be loaded directly to vessels from bottom dump railcars, dump trucks or storage at Bulk Dock #2.
The radial ship loader is capable of loading products weighing 55 pounds per cubic foot at a maximum rate of 1500 tons per hour. Actual productivity varies depending on the product and vessel. Estimates and arrangements for loading vessels at this facility can be obtained from the local stevedores.