Port Everglades picks Up CMA CGM West Coast South America Service

CMA CGM’s AMERICAS XL service made its first call to Port Everglades on January 7. According to CMA CGM, the newly launched AMERICAS XL is the only direct service on the market connecting the West Coast of South America to the East Coast of the United States.Port Everglades is the first US stop on the northbound portion of the service from Cartagena, Colombia, and the rotation will reach down as ... [+]

Port Everglades celebrates second highest year for container volumes

Port Everglades fell one day short of beating its own annual record for containerized cargo volumes in FY 2022 (ending Sept. 30, 2022). The ships that would have taken Port Everglades over the top were delayed when the port closed to prepare for Hurricane Ian in late September. Those delayed ... [+]

Port Everglades Receives $19 million U.S. Infrastructure Grant

Everglades has been awarded a $19 million federal grant by the U.S. Department of Transportation under the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP), to modernize several cargo docks and ensure efficient operations over the next 75 years. This is the port's first large federal infrastructure grant award in recent history.The project ... [+]

Port Everglades gains East Asian cargo service

Port Everglades is now connected to the Far East with a direct ocean shipping service for the first time since 2011. The first ship in the service, MSC Rochelle, is in port today, September 30, 2022.MSC launched its new Zephyr service this summer with direct weekly connections from northern China ... [+]

Port Everglades Welcomes Accordia

Port Everglades welcomed Accordia Shipping's newest ship, the MV Minchah, on August 30 on the vessel's maiden call to the South Florida port.With a top speed of 20 knots, the 416-foot-long, 11,591 gross ton MV Minchah is a vehicle carrier with a 1,200-car capacity. Built in 1997, the Panamanian-flagged vessel ... [+]

Port Everglades sets May/June cargo records

Port Everglades exceeded its record May and June cargo volumes thanks to new ocean shipping services from India, Turkey and Greece."Unlike the downturn that we typically experience at the end of our busy melon season, we had a spike in May and June because of the new Mediterranean Shipping Company ... [+]

Port Everglades Welcomes Super-Sized Cargo Ship

Christmas came early for Port Everglades with the arrival of the largest container ship to ever visit this South Florida port. MSC’s 1,114-foot Kotor Bay is longer than the US Navy’s largest class of aircraft carriers. The Kotor Bay carried a variety of cargo from India and the Mediterranean. [+]

Port Everglades Starts Fiscal Year with Record Cargo Volumes

Port Everglades kicked off Fiscal Year 2022, which began October 1, 2021, with a record-setting first month reaching 94,588 TEUs. Container volumes were up 5.5 percent in October 2021 over the previous October record set in 2018."It could be a record year for Port Everglades if the rest of the ... [+]

Port Everglades’ July Numbers are Hot, Hot, Hot

Port Everglades broke its historic high for July with 91,285 TEUs. “We are confident that we will once again top 1 million TEUs this fiscal year, signaling a clear return to pre-pandemic trade between the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Port Everglades Chief Executive and Port Director Jonathan ... [+]

Port Everglades welcomes Ocean Network Express

On April 26, Port Everglades welcomed the first ship from Ocean Network Express’s (ONE) revised transatlantic schedule. The AL5 (Atlantic 5) weekly service rotation includes Hamburg, Germany; Rotterdam, Netherlands; Antwerp, Belgium; La Havre, France; Southampton, England, Halifax, Canada, Port Everglades and Cartagena, Colombia. The AL5 service replaces the AL3 service, which ... [+]

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