America's gateway to the world
Bunker One (USA)
107 St. Francis Street, Suite 2370,
Mobile AL 36602
Bunker One is a team of highly skilled professionals with expert local knowledge in the many areas we operate around the globe. Meet our great team who all work passionately to deliver world class service and are driven to go the extra nautical mile for you.
Bunker One (USA) Inc has placed one of our two regional offices in Texas, Texas. Texas ports system moves many of the goods we buy and sell to sustain and grow the American economy.
Texas ports are among the nation’s leading ports, handling 15.9 percent of total US cargo between 2007 and 2011. Including 11 deep draft ports and several shallow water ports that handle commercial cargo, Texas ports' infrastructure are significant as they are scaled and tailored to the needs of its customers. Despite their similarities, Texas ports differ so that no two ports are alike.
At Bunker One, we are first and foremost in the business of problem solving. Bunkering is a messy business. No matter the day or time, ships are also on the move. Schedules are tight and if something goes wrong, costs add up in a hurry. At Bunker One, we are committed to making sure our customers are cared for.
The port of Beaumont is an international public seaport located in Jefferson County, Texas on the Neches River 40 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. It is located 84 miles east of Houston and 270 miles west of New Orleans. The port offers 600,000 square feet of covered storage, bulk cargo terminals, and 80 acres of open storage. Three major rail carriers, five major roadways, the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and global steamship lines feed into the port.
The port of Port Arthur is located 19 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. It is positioned to efficiently handle any type of cargo. It has a total dock length: 3102 ft. (946 meters).
The Port of Houston is in Houston, Texas which is the largest city in the Southern U.S. and Texas. The port is a 25-mile-long complex where its busiest terminal, the Barbour’s Cut Terminal, is located in Morgan Point. As of 2016, it is the 1st ranked US Port in foreign tonnage and second in total tonnage. The Port of Houston is also the largest Gulf Coast container port, handling 68% of US Gulf Coast container traffic in 2016.
The Port Texas City is the 15th largest port of the 150 ports in the United States, and the 4th largest in Texas. It is a privately-owned port and has a water borne tonnage exceeding 50 million net tons.
The port of Freeport host 800 vessel calls per year. The total tonnage in 2014 was 23,880,864. It is conveniently located adjacent to the Intracoastal Water way and offers ships a quick transit to the Gulf of Mexico. It currently ranks 26th among the US ports in international cargo tonnage. It is soon to be widened and deepened from its standing channel of a 45-foot depth.