Administración Portuaria Integral de Dos Bocas

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Maritime Cargo Regular Services

More than 90% of the freight movements of all types and sizes made from the Multipurpose Terminal of the Port of Dos Bocas are made via contracts or spot charters, accordingly with each company logistics supply chain and project needs.

The rest of the cargo operations are conducted through the semi-regular Port of Houston - Puerto Dos Bocas freight route, which runs monthly with a general cargo vessel by the company Transunisa SA Ltd., offering another option for general cargo handling between USA-Mexico ports.

Cruises Lines

The Gulf Route includes the Mexican ports of Veracruz, Dos Bocas and Progreso, it's in the consolidation and promotion stage among shipping lines cruise operators. Currently, arrivals on the route are led by the Holland America Cruise Line

Roads Net

The MX Federal Highway 180 inbound from the center region of Mexico, crosses the state of Tabasco territory from north to south bound, it links to the junction of State Road Reforma - Dos Bocas, reaching the port of Dos Bocas.

Taking advantage of the network of federal and state highways, the Port of Dos Bocas efficiently connects to destinations in northern, central and southern Mexico, Central America and even Guatemala through the border crossing Ceibo.

The main roads linking the port of Dos Bocas with the rest of the state are:

  • Federal Highway 180 Villahermosa - Cardenas - Coatzacoalcos - DF
  • Federal Highway 186 Villahermosa - Escarcega - Chetumal.
  • 187 Federal Road Cardenas - Comalcalco - Paraiso.
  • 195 Federal Road Villahermosa - Teapa - Tuxtla Gutierrez.
  • 203 Federal Road Tenosique - The Ceibo (Guatemala)
  • State Road Paradise - Santa Cruz.
  • State Road Reform - Dos Bocas.
  • State Road Villahermosa - Nacajuca - Jalpa de Méndez - Paradise.

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Villahermosa's International Airport

The Villahermosa's International Airport is located 60 miles away from the port of Dos Bocas; this airport is ranked the third largest airport in southeast Mexico after Cancun and Merida, mobilizing nearly one million passengers per year, with flights to major destinations within the country and international connections to Houston, Texas.

Railroad

There is currently no railroad from the Port of Dos Bocas to the mexican southeast railroad network, since the nearest station is 50 miles away in the municipality of Huimanguillo. The state government of Tabasco is currently undertaken the project for the construction of a railway branch line linking the port of Dos Bocas to the main railroad.

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