MEDIA ADVISORY: Port Houston Super Post-Panamax Crane Arrival Photo Opportunity

2018-08-04 12:00:00

HOUSTON--()--Witness the arrival of Port Houston's newest Super Post-Panamax cranes as they complete their 90-day journey from Shanghai, China arriving to Port Houston’s Bayport Container Terminal as their final destination. These three Super Post-Panamax Ship-to-Shore cranes standing more than 25 stories tall will arrive to the terminal with booms fully raised onboard a vessel providing a majestic visual.



    A view capturing the transport of three 270 ft. tall Super Post-Panamax Cranes (more than 25 stories tall) aboard a ship traveling the Houston Ship Channel to Port Houston’s Bayport Container Terminal.


Tuesday, August 7


11:00am-3:00pm (Update to the arrival time and RSVP here )



Bayport Container Terminal, 12619 Port Dr., Seabrook, TX 77586


Port Houston handles nearly 70 percent of container cargo transported through the Gulf. Containerized cargo includes shipments of everyday items used by retail customers including clothes, electronics, household goods and furniture. Increasingly larger container ships calling Port Houston require faster and larger cranes for more efficient containerized cargo handling to help get goods to retail stores and distribution centers sooner.

Special Note:

We are providing access to the terminal wharf. Please be advised that this is an active working terminal; safety and security directions must be followed. Rubber-soled shoes are recommended.


About Port Houston

For more than 100 years, the port has owned and operated the public wharves and terminals of the Port of Houston – the nation’s largest port for foreign waterborne tonnage and an essential economic engine for the Houston region, the state of Texas, and the nation. It supports the creation of nearly 1.175 million jobs in Texas and 2.7 million jobs nationwide, and economic activity totaling almost $265 billion in Texas – 16 percent of Texas’ total gross domestic product – and more than $617 billion in economic impact across the nation. For more information, visit Port Houston’s website at: