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Waterborne Commerce Chart FY 2018-2009 (PDF 54 kb)
10-year statistics for all revenue-generating waterborne commerce at Port Everglades including:

  • passenger counts
  • tonnage
  • TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units)
  • barrels of petroleum

Annual Commerce Report 
The Annual Commerce Report provides statistics, financial statements and historical information about Port Everglades during Broward County's fiscal year (October 1 through September 30).

Cruise Passenger Survey FY2014/2015 (PDF 1.9 mb)
During the 2014/2015 cruise season, Port Everglades conducted a Cruise Survey to collect cruise passenger data for marketing and economic impact analyses purposes. Data points ranged from age and gender to trip origin and expenditures pre/post cruise, from transportation choice to means of booking and cruising frequency.

Economic Impact FY2018 Report 
Port Everglades generates nearly $34 billion worth of business activity annually and supports more than 13,000 direct local jobs and 231,579 jobs statewide, according to a study produced by nationally recognized maritime research company Martin Associates.  

Florida Chamber Trade and Logistics Study (PDF 2 mb)
The Florida Chamber Foundation's Florida Trade and Logistics Study identifies job creation potential, assesses statewide multimodal transportation assets, and makes recommendations aligning these assets with projections of increased freight movement both domestically and globally.

Foreign-Trade Zone No.25 Annual Statistics (PDF 182 kb)

 

annual commerce report statistics fy2019

FY 2019 Top 10 Containerized Commodities in TEUs, Short Tons and Value
(all dollar values are estimates provided by PIERS)

RANK  COMMODITY  TEUs  TONS  VALUE 
1 Apparel 59,383 408,846 $6,752,579,884
2 Machinery 56,180 701,614 $4,504,634,546
3 Other Food Products 54,179 502,208 $1,088,485,278
Motor Vehicles 38,581 121,017 $1,091,035,391
5 Beverages 37,570 480,430 $454,151,834
6 Steel Products 21,407 201,714 $560,528,737
7 Paper 20,661 229,788 $327,586,328
8 Vehicle Parts 19,514 134,487 $428,809,042
9 Lumber 17,648 207,236 $207,030,589
10 Textiles 17,074 150,944 $874,795,128

Source: PIERS

 

FY 2019 Top 10 Exported Containerized Commodities in TEUs, Short Tons and Value
(all dollar values are estimates provided by PIERS)

 RANK COMMODITY TEUs TONS  VALUE 
1 Other Food Products * 46,786 441,638 $981,772,152
2 Machinery 42,108 276,516 $3,239,318,705
3 Motor Vehicles 37,183 116,588 $1,072,017,368
4 Apparel 20,469 180,289 $2,564,417,182
5 Vehicle Parts 17,728 122,273 $361,501,122
6 Steel Products 16,775 152,049 $428,691,161
7 Textiles 14,073 123,041 $778,210,456
8 Furniture 11,838 67,437 $251,127,411
9 Industrial Chemicals 10,827 94,952 $258,401,846
10 Paper 10,297 98,254 $150,539,047

Source: PIERS
(*) "All Others" includes perishables and refrigerated cargo

FY 2019 Top 10 Imported Containerized Commodities in TEUs, Short Tons and Value
(all dollar values are estimates provided by PIERS)

 RANK COMMODITY TEUs TONS  VALUE 
1 Apparel 38,914 228,557 $4,188,162,702
2 Beverages 27,435 368,044 $352,630,258
3 Machinery 14,072 425.098 $1,265,315,841
4 Lumber 11,752 141,486 $142,097,748
5 Aluminum & Non Ferrous 11,497 258,389 $170,732,860
6 Panel Products 11,077 154,529 $107,123,441
7 Aggregates 10,663 273,147 $109,648,728
8 Paper 10,364 131,434 $177,047,335
9 Glass/Ceramic 7,790 163,419 $129,294,297
10 Other Food Products 7,397 60,570 $106,713,126

Source: PIERS

FY2019 Containerized Cargo by Tradelane
Source: Port Everglades

Pie Chart reflecting Container Volumes by Trade Lane Showing Central America at 38%, the Caribbean at 31%, and South America at 21%.

FY2019 Containerized Cargo Performance in Key Markets 
Source: PIERS

Total Traffic TEUs   US PORT            
Trade Lane Port Everglades W Palm Beach  Jaxport  Miami  Charleston  Savannah  Total 
Caribbean 223,897    163,254 39,157 170,045 11,827 32,577 650,757
Central America 288,397 10 20,969 184,167 29,640 90,684 613,867
E. Coast South America 64,461 1,857 58,021 1,051 65,795 42,158 233,344
Indian Sub-Continent   115 - 6,285 9,358 117,957 231,824 365,539
Mediterranean 9,864 - 843 119,460 98,163 348,797 577,126
Middle East 2,580 - 3,791 6,138 37,789 173,532 223,830
Northern Europe 58,521 7 34,588 34,588 557,877 377,441 1,036,381
Northeast Asia 191 - 184,112 184,112 557,987 1,752,308 2,673,373
Others 6,148 10,596 471,395 2,861 80,180 70,772 641,952
Southeast Asia 53 - 62,160 68,406 241,113 447,512 819,243
W. Coast South America 85,913 - 695 54,129 70,832 55,210 266,777
Grand total 750,138 174,723 850,037 834,315 1,869,162 3,622,813 8,102,189
% of TOTAL CARGO 9% 2% 10% 10% 23% 45% 100%*

FY2019 Historical Cargo Tonnage Activity
Containerized, Bulk, Break Bulk
Fiscal Years 2011 - 2019 
Source: Port Everglades

Chart for FY2019 showing  cargo volumes for the past 10 years.

 

Annual Petroleum Throughput
Source: Port Everglades

  FY2019 FY2018 FY2017 FY2016 FY2015
Barrels 125,874,463 123,404,236 122,307,652 122,680,234 118,856,258
Total Tons 17,769,697 17,433,963 17,260304 17,095,585 16,518,067

 

FY2019 Historical Petroleum Activity
Fiscal Years 2019 - 20110
Source: Port Everglades

FY2019 chart showing petroleum volumes for the past 10 years.

 

FY2019 Historical Cruise Passenger Activity
Fiscal Years 2009 - 2019
Source: Port Everglades

Chart showing cruise passenger Volumes for the past 10 years.

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