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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 also features a hoistable deck that allows Accordia to handle over-sized and heavy cargoes.Accordia Shipping has operated out of Port ... [+]

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 ... [+]

Port Everglades Commissions New Super-Sized Cranes

Community leaders joined the workforce at Broward County’s Port Everglades ton March 22 to commission three new Super Post-Panamax gantry cranes. The new cranes are the largest of their kind in the world at 175-feet (53 meters) and valued at $13.8 million each. They are unique because of the Port’s ... [+]

CMA CGM Selects Port Everglades and FIT

Port Everglades and its marine terminal partner Florida International Terminal, LLC, (FIT) today welcomed ocean-shipping giant CMA CGM to Broward County with the start of the FLAMINGO EXPRESS weekly service to and from the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Bahamas and the Caribbean with links to Asia and Europe. “This ... [+]

Port Everglades Receives “Marine Highway” Designation from MARAD

Port Everglades received approval from the US Maritime Administration (MARAD) for “Marine Highway” designation for a new route connecting Port Everglades with Port Houston, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI). National Shipping of America (NSA) will be the first company to offer service on this new route. Port ... [+]

Rehoboth, a Small Business Success Story at Port Everglades

Broward County awarded 10-year franchises to Rehoboth Terminal LLC to provide cargo handling and stevedore services at Port Everglades to export used vehicles to Haiti via their sister company, ACCORDIA Shipping. The Broward County Commission unanimously approved these long-term franchises after Rehoboth’s first year of business activity, which boosted ... [+]

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