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2020-21 Annual Report
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PORT RECIEVES MARAD MARINE HIGHWAY PROJECT DESIGNATION
HARLINGEN, TX- The Port of Harlingen has been awarded a U.S. Department of Transportation, Maritime Division (MARAD),...
Rio Grande Valley Sugar Growers
Since, the 1980s, the Rio Grande Valley Sugar Growers, INC. (RGVSG) has shipped raw sugar through The Port of Harlingen...
Port of Harlingen Begins Rider 38 Projects
HARLINGEN, TX – The Port of Harlingen began preliminary work for five projects for upgrades and construction as part of the...
Port Staff Member Receives Maritime Port Executive Certification
IAMPE CONGRATULATES ITS NEWEST EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM GRADUATES CHARLESTON, SC- The IAMPE is pleased to congratulate...
The Port had 485 pipes coming off barges over the next few days bound for the Upper Valley.
Around the Port
Grant and Tonnage Increase Highlight 2020 for Port of Harlingen
HARLINGEN, TX – Even as the uncertainty still looms across the world in the new year, the Port of Harlingen experienced...
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Division and District Commanders Visit Port of Harlingen
Pictured Left to Right: Chris Frabotta, USACE Navigation Division Chief; Maj. Ian O'Sullivan, USACE Deputy District...