There’s a corner of Houston that’s driving industrial development, hundreds of millions of dollars in capital projects and keeping the city’s economy upright amid a prolonged oil slump. Soon, it’s expected to benefit from a major boost in export volume.
Port of Houston expects to invest $333 million in capital projects throughout 2017 and 2018, according to a North American shipping report from Chicago-based JLL. These projects include cranes needed following the Panama Canal expansion, per the report.
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