The Port of Crockett contains five berths that are owned and operated by the California and Hawaiian (C&H) Sugar Company. The berths receive unrefined sugar and supplies for the plant and occasionally ship packaged refined sugar.
The Port of Crockett wharf is home to a sugar refinery and by a warehouse that stores packaged sugar. In the rear of the refinery and wharf are nine steel storage tanks with a total capacity for 112 thousand tons of sugar. The wharf and plant buildings are served by rail tracks that connect with the Union Pacific Railroad.
This Port of Crockett wharf has total berthing distance of 858 meters (2815 feet) with alongside depth of 10 meters (33 feet) MLLW.