Port Everglades has rapidly established itself as Florida leading seaport for containerized cargo. The port is at the epicenter of a region that thrives on trade and tourism. It's the perfect hub and point of entry for companies that conduct business in Central and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Far East.
A Leading U.S. Container Port
The more than 5.2 million tons of containerized cargo that move through Port Everglades annually have it ranked as the 12th leading container port in the U.S. and one of the top in Florida, now serving more than 150 ports and 70 countries.
Less Waves. More Speed.
Nobody moves cargo in and out faster than Port Everglades. The Port is part of a thriving global transportation network that counts among its attributes:
- a favorable location less than one mile from the Atlantic Shipping Lane
- direct access to multi-modal inland links through Florida's interstate and highway systems
- an FEC rail hub within 2 miles, and is expected to have in the near future an on-Port rail ICTF (Intermodal Container Transfer Facility)
- and across the stree, a thriving international airport (FLL), one of the fastest growing airports in the nation
1850 Eller Drive
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316