BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Shipbuilding, the import and export of wind blades, and a liquefied natural gas export terminal were among the subjects publicly discussed recently by Eduardo Campirano.

Campirano is port director for Brownsville Navigation District. He recently gave a detailed overview of all the industrial activity that occurs at the Port of Brownsville when, as one of the keynote speakers, he gave a power point presentation at a 2023 SelectUSA Investment Summit Spinoff.

The event, held at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts, was co-hosted by the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation. 

Editor’s Note: The Rio Grande Guardian International News Service has split Campirano’s 30-minute presentation into three parts. Here is a video recording of part three:


Editor’s Note: The above video is the third in a three-part series. Click here to watch Part One of Eduardo Campirano’s remarks at the SelectUSA/GBIC event. Editor’s Note: Click here to watch Part Two of Eduardo Campirano’s remarks at the SelectUSA/GBIC event.

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