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The Best Route for Your Cargo

We're dedicated to serving our cargo customers. We invite you to see for yourself how importing, exporting or distributing through Port Canaveral can help your business grow.

  • Experienced in handling bulk, breakbulk, refrigerated, project, container and Ro/Ro cargoes
  • Closer to more major Florida markets than any other port, plus services to the southeastern United States, Caribbean, Central America, South America, Europe, Canada, Africa and Asia
  • Efficient transportation links by road, rail, sea and air - including nonstop direct highway access to Orlando.
  • Direct access to the Atlantic Ocean, only 45 minutes from first buoy to dock
  • Deep water at entrance channel (-44 feet or -13.4 meters) and berths (-40 feet to -35 feet or -12.1 to -10.6 meters)
  • Open, covered, specialized and cold/chill/freezer dockside warehousing facilities
  • Foreign Trade Zone 136
  • Independent inspection and government services on site and available 24/7
  • Continuous investment in infrastructure upgrades - piers, channel, roadways, etc
  • Low pilotage rates
  • Union and non-union stevedoring
  • Available capacity
  • Motivated, service-oriented cargo team

2012 Port Development Plan

Puerto Cañaveral Mapa De Desarollo 2013


 


Port Authority Asks For FDLE Probe of its Parking Operations
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August Commission Meeting Rescheduled
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Reverse Trade Show
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2014 State of the Port Video
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Port Canaveral signs 35-year agreement with Gulftainer USA
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Port Canaveral: Reaching Above and Beyond video
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2014 State of the Port PowerPoint Presentation
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Governor Approves Changes to Port Canaveral's 60-Year-Old Charter
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Community Awareness Rail Powerpoint Presentation
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TIGER VI
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Canaveral Tops State List for Sand Bypass Funding
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Harbor Widening & Deepening Begins at Port Canaveral
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East Public Boat Ramp Update
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Cruise Terminal 1 Construction Cam
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New Boat Ramp Complex Preliminary Design Moves Forward
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Port Staff Coffee Chats
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Commission Meetings
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New Digital Magazine
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