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Welcome To The Port of Orange

A Deep Water Port off the Gulf of Mexico
 
What Can The Port of Orange Offer You?
The Port of Orange became a deep-water port, open to the Gulf of Mexico and the world's oceans in 1916 when a 23-foot channel through Sabine Lake, past Sabine Pass, and out to the Gulf of Mexico was completed.
 
 

Facillities & Services


The Port of Orange On-Site Marine Services includes a wide veriety of options rangin from dry dock's and drilling platforms to assisting local businesses with storage, cargo and rail services.
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Transmodal Marine Yard


Funded in part by the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration developed new intermodal cargo transportation facilities at the Port’s Alabama Street Terminal
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Lease Properties


Port of Orange has several lease properties available for lease including industrial sites, terminals and lumbermills just to name a few. For more information and to review the properties click the link below.
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The Port of Orange History
The channel was the result of the efforts of canny and able sawmill operators who knew how to get money and government help for their project. The harbor at Orange had always been attractive to shipping. Located on the Sabine River 12 miles above that watercourse's outlet to Sabine Lake, the harbor not only received barges of cotton from ports in East Texas but also timber. Learn more about the story here!
The timber was floated downriver from East Texas forests, made into lumber at Orange, and then shipped to Sabine Pass. There the cargoes were transshipped to New Orleans, Galveston, and other ports along the Gulf.
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About The Port

The Port of Orange became a deep-water port, open to the Gulf of Mexico and the world's oceans in 1916 when a 25-foot channel through Sabine Lake, past Sabine Pass, and out to the Gulf of Mexico was completed.

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Port Services

The Port of Orange On-Site Marine Services includes shipyards that can accomodate New Construction and Repairs of tugs, Barges and Offshore Petroleum Drilling Platforms along with Dry Dock Services for Barges and Tugs.

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Contact Us

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Port of Orange
1201 Childers Road Suite #2
Orange, Texas 77631