Media Relations

As a public entity, the Port of Brownsville, its tenants, users, activities and economic impacts are often of interest to the general public and the maritime industry. It is the intent and responsibility of the port’s communications staff to provide timely, orderly and factual information to the news media. In an effort to expedite responses from inquiries by the news media, contact the following authorized port spokespersons:

Jorge I. Montero, Director of Communications
Office: 956.838.7006 Mobile: 956.525.2067

Steve Tyndal, Senior Director

Recent News

Category: Press Releases
President Obama Gives Green Light to Brownsville Ship Channel Deepening Project
BROWNSVILLE, Texas — President Barack Obama today signed into law the Water Resources and Development Act (WRDA) of 2016, authorizing the Brownsville Ship Channel deepening project, making it eligible for
Category: Press Releases
West Plains, LLC Announces Grand Re-Opening Celebration for Port of Brownsville Grain Elevator
The Port of Brownsville’s grain elevator is nearing completion of its modernization and will re-start operations in support of South Texas grain farmers soon after following its grand re-opening event
Category: Press Releases
Port Director Highlights Record Year and Economic Impact At State of the Port Address
BROWNSVILLE, Texas — The Port of Brownsville expects to set tonnage and revenue records in 2016 predicts Eduardo A. Campirano, Port Director & CEO. Campirano made the prediction before a group
Category: Press Releases
GFOA Recognizes Port of Brownsville for Excellence in Financial Reporting
BROWNSVILLE, Texas—For the fifth consecutive year, the Brownsville Navigation District received the highest form of recognition for governmental accounting and financial reporting for its 2015 comprehensive annual financial report (CAFR). The
Category: Press Releases
Port Matters October 2016 issue
The October 2016 issue of Port Matters is available HERE. Subscribe to Port Matters for the latest stories and trends from the Port of Brownsville and the maritime industry. Don’t miss out on
Category: Videos
Windmill Blades
Windmill blades being transported at the Port of Brownsville, TX.
Category: Videos
Port of Brownsville Turning Basin
Vessel being turned at the Port of Brownsville, TX turning basin.
Category: Videos
Port of Brownsville Introduction
A major center for intermodal transportation and industrial development, the Port of Brownsville is the only deep water seaport directly on the U.S./Mexico border. Opened