Manufacturing/Industrial

The Nordic Pollux is the longest and widest ship to call on the Port of Brownsville to date. (photo Port of Brownsville)

Ship Sets Record at Port of Brownsville

Port of Brownsville set a record Jan. 31 when it received the M/V Nordic Pollux, the longest and widest cargo vessel to call on the port to date. The oil tanker made its way from Philadelphia to Brownsville, where it loaded approximately 150,000 barrels of heavy naphtha. Moving the ship into port took an experienced harbor pilot and three Signet Maritime tugboats. The team worked together to precisely maneuver the vessel…

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Harlingen Takes Big Economic Leap

When CARDONE Industries announced plans in December to build a 920,000-square-foot distribution center in Harlingen, it was touted as the largest economic development project…
Harlingen

STC Opens New Technology Expansion

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McAllen

TSTC Graduates First Engine Specialists

Four graduate in Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Specialist program Texas…
Harlingen

International Shipbreaking Receives Award

Recyclers honored with Port of Brownsville Inaugural Chairman’s…
Brownsville

CARDONE Distribution Center Breaks Ground

New center to create more than 1,000 jobs Construction on the largest…
Harlingen