The Port of Victoria offers a unique set of infrastructure benefits not available throughout much of the country. Shipping and receiving is made easy from a number of transportation options, including:

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Barge Canal

  • Harbor of Refuge for commercial and private craft 35 miles inland from the Gulf coast
  • Turning Area
  • 60 barge capacity for fleeting area
  • Two general cargo docks totaling 200,000 square feet with three liquid docks.
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The Port is connected by several four-lane divided highways to all major arteries in South Texas and its 15 million+ customers. The current US I-59, which is the future planned NAFTA I-69, US I-77 and US I-87, along with easy access to I-10, I-35 and I-37, all provide options for heavy freight traffic from Victoria to neighboring Texas cities and all parts of the United States, Mexico and Canada. 

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Major providers include Union Pacific and BNSF on 3.6 miles of track in place with another 2.3 miles under construction.

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Power provided by AEP, with 138 kV on site and 345 kV four miles away and importable for heavy industry.