PIN OAK TERMINALS IS THE PREMIER STORAGE AND LOGISTICS COMPANY ON THE GULF
Pin Oak Terminals is constructing a liquid and chemicals storage terminal on 431 acres along the Mississippi River in Mt. Airy, Louisiana. Pin Oak provides its customers with complete optionality through rail, ship, pipeline and truck access. It will serve North America’s growing crude, refined product, and chemical industries and is strategically located next to major supply networks, demand centers, and provides desirable export capacity. more
“We are building the best 3rd party, independent liquid terminal on the Lower Mississippi River. Obsessive customer focus drives Pin Oak’s strategy and direction. It tells us where to focus geographically, what to build and services to provide, and lastly, how to work with our customers and partners to best fulfill their needs not only today but in the future. We listen to our customers and the market and know customers want something better because markets constantly change. Our desire to delight customers drives every one of our employees at Pin Oak to be The Premier Storage and Logistics Company. The question I always love to ask the market is “Why pay for the past when you can write the future?”
C. Michael Reed
Chief Executive Officer
Continued Focus on "Safety is Our Priority"
Pin Oak Terminals highlights the continued success and focus of its employees on maintaining the highest level of safety each and every day. Pictured are a group of the Pin Oak EH&S (Environmental, Health and Safety) and Security teams who were recently recognized for their continued efforts at the Mt. Airy Terminal.
Pin Oak Terminals is constructing a more than $600 million terminal in Louisiana that promises to be a game-changer for its customers
Just two years after announcing the construction of a new liquid and chemicals storage terminal on 431 acres on the east bank of the Mississippi River, Pin Oak Terminals is now operational. “Today we have leased and are in the process of constructing more than four million barrels of tankage, operating a two-bay automated truck rack and handled numerous vessels and barges on our very large marine loading and unloading dock,” CEO Mike Reed says. “There hasn’t been a new facility built for customers on the lower Mississippi in quite a while and there is pent-up demand to do it and do it right.”