Shipping Cars To Or From Port Of Terrebonne
A-1 Auto Transport, alongside other renowned car shipping companies, utilizes available resources to get the job done. Of course, we are equipped with state-of-the-art haul trucks, flat racks, motorcycle crates, and containers. But we also utilize various public and private transport resources through which we ship our clients’ vehicles. This includes the dense road network which we rely on to delicar cars state-to-state as well as even coast-to-coast, the major cargo airports for shipping luxury and high-end vehicles, as well as ports for international car shipping services through ocean freight. One of the ports we use all around the United States is the Port of Terrebonne.
Cost & Time To Ship Your Car Examples
|Shipping To/From||Cost||Distance||Estimated Time In Transit|
|Houston to Port Of Terrebonne||$321||321 miles||2-4 days|
|Port Of Terrebonne to Atlanta||$394||526 miles||2-4 days|
|Washington, D.C. to Port Of Terrebonne||$684||1141 miles||4-6 days|
|Port Of Terrebonne to New York||$916||1361 miles||4-6 days|
|Boston to Port Of Terrebonne||$948||1581 miles||5-7 days|
|Port Of Terrebonne to Las Vegas||$1027||1712 miles||5-7 days|
|Seattle to Port Of Terrebonne||$1039||2599 miles||7-9 days|
|Port Of Terrebonne to San Jose||$1104||2209 miles||6-8 days|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and what type of vehicle you are shipping.
Port of Terrebonne
The Port of Terrebonne is located in Houma, the largest city of Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Its coordinates place it about 43 miles south west of the Port of New Orleans, Southeastern Louisiana. The port stretches along a small part of the Mississippi River waterway. However, its primary location is the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the Houma Navigational Canal which stretches for an impressive 36 miles. The Houma Navigational Canal connects the Port of Terrebonne to the Gulf of Mexico. The location puts the port in a logistically strategic position to facilitate shipping cars to or from Port of Terrebonne, through the Gulf of Mexico.
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Port Management and Commerce
The Port of Terrebonne has been under the ownership and management of the Terrebonne Port Commission. The commission oversees the commercial activities of the port, which include crude oil shipping, passenger cruising, and auto-shipping. Car shipping companies work through the Terrebonne Port Commission to provide ocean freight car transportation to and from the Port of Terrebonne, through the Gulf of Mexico.
The city of Houma started off as an oil mining town, which led to the success of the Port of Terrebonne. The port developed and expanded at an impressive rate, thanks to the direct no-overhead restrictions at the Houma Navigational Canal. The direct sea way to the Gulf of Mexico is advantageous to the car shipping industry as it provides easy access into the USA from the Caribbean, Africa, and Australia. This makes it a hot spot for shipping cars to or from Port of Terrebonne.
Key features at the Port of Terrebonne
The port of Terrebonne has a published dredged depth of 15 National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD). The amazing thing with this is that the same depth is enjoyed all through the Houma Navigational Canal too, allowing heavy tonnage cargo ships to gain easy access to the mouth of the harbor. This makes it efficient for loading vehicles onto the cargo ship.
The docks at the port are all equipped with modern and relevant port tools and machinery, including pedestal and mobile cranes, floating cranes, Ro-Ro equipment, and spacious warehouses. The cranes facilitate containerized car shipping while the Ro-Ro equipment facilitate Roll-on Roll-off mode of transport. These facilities allow for bulk shipping of vehicles, making it a favorite for car shipping companies offering ocean freight car shipping services. Shipping cars to or from Port of Terrebonne has seen the port rank 88th in the list of highest trading ports in the US.