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The Port of Brownsville’s proximity to Mexico uniquely positions the port to serve as the key transhipment gateway delivering goods and materials to nearby multinational manufacturing centers on both sides of the border. This has led the port to rank among the leading U.S. steel ports, moving more steel into Mexico than any other domestic competitor. In 2021, the Port of Brownsville moved more than 4 million tons of steel across the southern border.
The port’s foreign trade zone is a consistent leader among its peers. In the latest report to U.S. Congress, FTZ No. 62 ranked number two for the value of exported goods out of 193 FTZs in the U.S., reaching more than $5.2 billion for the reporting period. This is the tenth year in a row the Port of Brownsville’s FTZ has ranked in the top three in the nation.

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