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bulk and break bulk cargos

Port Everglades continues to keep pace with Florida's construction and population demands by moving shipments that include:

  • imported and exported cement,
  • lumber
  • steel rebar
  • other construction materials

These commodities are demand driven, meaning higher volumes moving through the Port are a result of increased building in our area. 

Bulk cargo mainly consists of:

  • cement
  • aggregate
  • tallow
  • gypsum

Break bulk products are mainly steel, lumber and wood.

Historical bulk and break bulk activity
FY2017  FY2016 FY2015  FY2014    FY2013  FY2012
TOTAL BULK & BREAK BULK 1,582,500  1,765,540 1,564,952  1,566,952 1,076,660 1,094,003
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