The federal project to deepen Jacksonville's harbor to 47 feet is set to begin construction.
JAXPORT Florida's No. 1 container port complex.
JAXPORT offers worldwide cargo service from more than 40 ocean carriers, including direct service with Asia, Europe, Africa, South America, the Caribbean and other key markets.
MOVING MILLIONS AND GROWING
More than 1 million containers (TEUs) move through Jacksonville's public and private marine terminals annually.
WIDEST SHIPPING CHANNEL
Jacksonville boasts the widest shipping channel in the Southeast U.S., wide enough for two ships to pass at the same time.
INTERNATIONALLY RANKED FTZ
JAXPORT’s Foreign Trade Zone No. 64, which spans more than 5,000 square miles within Northeast Florida, helps shippers save time and money by streamlining customs clearance.
ROOM TO GROW
Northeast Florida has more than 120 million square feet of distribution center and warehousing space within close proximity to the port.
FAST REACH TO U.S. SOUTHEAST CONSUMER MARKET
Florida is now the nation’s third most populous state – and more than 60 million U.S. consumers live within a one-day truck drive of Jacksonville’s port.
OUTSTANDING INTERMODAL CONNECTIONS
JAXPORT terminals are serviced by three U.S. interstates (I-10, I-95 and I-75), and the city has 36 daily trains via three railroads: CSX, Norfolk Southern, and Florida East Coast Railway.
The port’s equal balance of imports and exports provides backhaul opportunities, saving money and maximizing transportation costs.
INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE
JAXPORT has invested $600 million in recent infrastructure investments in everything from cranes to docks to rail and the project to deepen the Jacksonville shipping channel to 47 feet is set to begin construction.
CUSTOMIZED SHIPPING SOLUTIONS
JAXPORT’s dedicated sales team offers customized shipping solutions with unique opportunities for cross docking, transshipment and distribution.