Ocean Freight Options.
Our centralized shipping location of Houston, Texas gives us direct access to the Port of Houston and to the Port of Galveston. The Port of Houston runs about 25 miles in length, and conveniently ships most project cargo. It also has a number of terminals for container and heavy shipping. In terms of tonnage, or weight, the Port of Houston has more ocean freight pass through it than any other US port. From heavy packages, like big pipes, to bulk shipments, Texas International Freight is here to meet your needs.
Our shipments transit through Newark, Baltimore, Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobile, New Orleans, Long Beach and Seattle. We regularly communicate with a network of contacts across all US ports, enabling us to ship smoothly and seamlessly from any state in the US, via any US port. If you need to ship materials, heavy equipment, bulk packages, heavy pipes, and more, Texas International Freight can meet your needs today. Contact us to get started.
Texas International Freight can also ship from any port in the US and we are licensed to operate nationwide.
Be sure of your freight by being sure of your freight forwarder.
We know that each port has its own way of doing things. Some are more stringent on air quality standards, others demand certain points of data for their shipments. Because of our knowledge and experience, we can expedite your shipping process in a seamless, time-effective manner. We know perfectly that most freight companies promise they can do this, however, we also know that very few are knowledgeable enough to do it well. Our knowledge of shipping, and managing heavy shipments, as well as our experience and knowledge of ports, sets us apart. Request your quote today.
To help you negotiate the best ocean freight rates with steamship lines, and navigate port standards in an efficient manner, contact Texas International Freight.