Four International Bridge crossing into Mexico with dedicated commercial lanes with close proximity to Foreign Trade Zone Nbr. 62 anchored at the Port of Brownsville. This Foreign Trade Zone Ranks Number 2 in the U.S. for Value of Exports for the eighth year in a row with more than $4.3 billion in exported goods in 2019, an increase from the $3.8 billion reported in 2018.
One deep-water port of the Port of Brownsville and two intra-coastal canal ports in Harlingen and Port Isabel.
Thee long runway airports, two commercial airports at Harlingen(8,301 ft.)and Brownville(7,399 ft), and a general aviation airport located just north of Laguna Vista(8,001 ft).
Freeport Tax Exemptions (Sections 11.251, 11.437 and 11.253, Tax Code and Article 8, Sec. 1-j of the Texas Constitution), Tax Abatements (Tax Code Chapter 312), Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (Tax Code, Chapter 311), 16 Opportunity Zones(Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017) and Foreign Trade Zone #62 ((19 U.S.C. 81a-81u), and (15 CFR part 400)).