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Texas Port Transportation Corridors - Critical for Industry Economic Success

By Hector L. Rivero, President & CEO, Texas Chemical Council and the Association of Chemical Industry of Texas.

The need for Texas Port Transportation Corridors is critical for chemical industry economic success. These port corridors will ensure a safe and efficient route for industries near our Texas ports to transport container shipments for export to their customers. Port Transportation Corridors will make Texas more competitive with ports around the world by utilizing special “heavy haul” corridors requiring state permits that allow manufacturers to safely transport full container shipments to nearby ports.

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Coastal Spine is Needed to Protect our Industry and our Communities

By Hector L. Rivero, President & CEO, Texas Chemical Council and Association of Chemical Industry of Texas.

As we approach hurricane season, we are reminded of the devastation caused by previous storms along the Texas Coast. In 2008, Hurricane Ike was the third costliest storm event in U.S. history with an estimated $30 billion in damage, but was actually considered a “near miss”. Had Ike made landfall 30 miles to the southwest, the damage would have devastated one of the most populated regions in the country and crippled industry along the Houston Ship Channel that serve as a vital economic artery to the country and the world.

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Upcoming Events

 September 2017 

Cancelled: ACIT South Texas Legislative Luncheon

September 20, 2017

Flint Hills Resources Cafeteria, Corpus Christi

TCC/ACIT Annual Industry Luncheon

October 12, 2017

South Shore Harbour Resort, League City

18th Annual ACIT Mid-Coast Chapter Golf Tournament & FREEPAC Fundraiser

November 3, 2017

The Wilderness Golf Course, Lake Jackson

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