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Foreign Trade Zone No 25
Foreign-Trade Zone No. 25, the first in the state, is located on 22-plus acres inside the Port Everglades jurisdiction with 17 non-contiguous sites located throughout Broward County.
Administration Building
The Port Administration Building is located inside Port security gates and offers a variety of office configurations and amenities including a security desk, conference rooms and incredible views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
Inside the FTZ
Companies operating within FTZ No.25, from cosmetics to auto parts, take advantage of the Zone’s many benefits, including lower tariff rates and reduced Customs clearance time.
Photo of the Amman Building with the Broward 100 mural
As a landlord port, Port Everglades has more than 500 acres for lease/development and several buildings offering office space for lease, including the three-story Amman Building.
FTZ Loading Ramp
One million square feet of warehouse space is located in Port Everglades’ 97-acre Distribution Warehouse Development area.
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Ships are not our only business at Port Everglades. Within a jurisdictional area of 2,190 acres, Port Everglades has office space, real estate, warehousing and a foreign-trade zone -- in addition to more than 25,000 lineal feet of docks.

And while the Port attracts major cruise lines, cargo and petroleum companies to Broward County, FL,, other key ancillary industries, including security companies, import/export companies, food suppliers and steamship agents also benefit from the Port's success. These Port businesses reinforce Broward County and Fort Lauderdale as a first-class business destination and major international center of commerce.

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