Houston Terminal, LLC was formed in 2007. In the years since, we’ve established ourselves in the area as a trustworthy, reliable, and effective Stevedoring company with a reputation built on our longstanding commitment to operational safety and dedicated customer support.
With over a decade of experience working the ports of Houston, we have become the most productive, and highest volume Stevedore in the Port of Houston. Currently, we hold the distinction of being the only active Stevedore in the Houston area operating out of both the Bayport and Barbours Cut container terminals. We are joint ventured with TIL CMT (Terminal Investment Limited’s Container Marine Terminal) and Ceres Global; by partnering with other companies that share our values, Houston Terminal, LLC will continue to expand and improve to better serve our clients and realize our company vision.
Our Vision is to provide a safe, injury-free environment, with optimal efficiency, to manage the continued growth of our business while maintaining cost-competitive services and an overall commitment to excellence. We will develop and nurture a culture of teamwork, employee education, and empowerment that provides Leadership to the industry and outstanding service to our partners.
To be the leading Stevedore in the Houston area by promoting a safe working environment, providing operational excellence, ensuring fiscal responsibility, and furnishing superior client services through the process of living our vision.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection recommends Shippers ensure an ISO 17712:2013 compliant high-security seal is (1) properly affixed to all full (stuffed) container shipments and (2) the seal number is accurately recorded on the shipping instructions prior to transporting the cargo to the terminal. Shippers are reminded to be vigilant in ensuring ISO 17712:2013 compliant seals are properly affixed to all full containers. Under the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) full Instruments of International Traffic (i.e. shipping containers) must have ISO 17712:2013 compliant high security seals properly affixed at the point of stuffing to prevent pilferage, terrorist devices, and other contraband from entering the global supply chain.Additional guidance can be found in U.S. CBP’s CTPAT Bulletin available at the following url: https://www.cbp.gov/document/bulletins/ctpat-bulletin-compliance-isos-17712-standards-high-security-seals