Rail plays key role in Port of Brownsville’s success

6/10/2021
Twenty-one wind energy projects contributed to the Port of Brownsville's record-setting 2020, including the largest windmill blades (250 feet long) ever imported to the United States. Courtesy of the Port of Brownsville

Despite a global pandemic that led to economic challenges throughout the world, the Port of Brownsville moved 11.2 million short tons of diverse cargo, reporting operating revenues of $41 million. The port’s previous highwater mark was set in 2019, with operating revenues of $25.4 million. 

 
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