With a unique location at the Port of Victoria, the Texas Logistics Center offers unmatched transportation options for businesses moving raw materials and finished products throughout the United States and the world. Using barge, truck, rail and air, companies across a wide range of industries can move their products quickly from one convenient location. This saves businesses time and money!
- Harbor of Refuge for commercial and private craft 35 miles inland from the Gulf Coast
- Turning Area
- 60 barge capacity for the fleeting area
- Two general cargo docks totaling 200,000 square feet with three liquid docks.
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, can be reached from the Port. Businesses also have access to US I-77 and US I-87, along with easy access to I-10, I-35 and I-37. Combined, these provide options for moving heavy freight traffic from Victoria to neighboring Texas cities and all parts of the United States, Mexico and Canada.
Major providers include Union Pacific and BNSF. There are 3.6 miles of track in place at the port, along with another 2.3 miles under construction.
Power provided by Agilon Energy, with 138 kV on-site and 345 kV four miles away and importable for heavy industry.