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Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
Port of Philadelphia Overview
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A brief overview of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority

A brief overview of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority

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  • 1. Philadelphia Regional Port Authority
  • 2. Background: Philadelphia Region Marine facilities on the Delaware River worked over 60,000,000 tons of cargo in 2009. The Delaware River handled 2,481 ships in 2009.
  • 3. Background: Philadelphia Regional Port Authority A Pennsylvania state agency, PRPA owns six marine cargo facilities on the Delaware River in Pennsylvania. Terminals are leased to private operators. PRPA provides maintenance, marketing, and other services.
  • 4. Port Facilities: PRPA Terminals 3.2 million tons of cargo, including 223,000 TEUs, passed through PRPA facilities in 2009. In 2009, PRPA facilities worked over 491 merchant ships.
  • 5. Port Facilities: South Philadelphia Port Complex
  • 6. Delaware River Channel Deepening Project  Channel dredging commenced on March 1, 2010 by Norfolk Dredging which is expected to be completed in five years  Following the Project, the main ship channel of the Delaware River will have a minimum depth of 45 feet (13.7m) for 68 miles (109.4km) • 16 million cubic yards of dredged material
  • 7. Port Facilities: Future Expansion
  • 8. SouthPort Container Facility 8
  • 9. Packer Avenue Marine Terminal
  • 10. Tioga Marine Terminal
  • 11. Piers 38-40 / 78-80
  • 12. Pier 82
  • 13. Pier 84
  • 14. New Automotive Business
  • 15. The Port of Philadelphia Cargo Breakdown Bulk 19%Container 54% Breakbulk 27% PRPA Facilities 2009
  • 16. Perishables Fruit arrives into Philadelphia from Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica, Honduras, South Africa, and Spain. Meat imports come mainly from Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile. Federal On-Dock Inspection Sites.
  • 17. Forest Products 52 acre Forest Products Distribution Center. Over 1,700,000ft² of warehouse space, over 5,000ft of berthing space, and 2 RO/RO docks. Main Suppliers: Belgium, Canada, Chile, Finland, Germany, and Sweden. New 115,000ft² warehouse.
  • 18. Steel  The Port of Philadelphia is one of the leading steel ports in the USA.  Imported steel moves through the U.S. and into Canada via three Class 1 railroads.  Steel is exported and imported at Packer Avenue and Tioga Marine Terminals.
  • 19. Cocoa  Cocoa arrives into the Port of Philadelphia at Pier 84.  540,000ft² of on- dock storage and dock-side rail access.  Half of the cocoa grinding capacity in the United States is within three hours of Philadelphia.
  • 20. Port Facilities: The Philadelphia Advantage Philadelphia New YorkAir draft of 188 ft (57.3 m) Air draft of 150 ft (45.7 m) (Bayonne Bridge)No assessment NYSA assessment – on average an additional charge of $130 per container19 ILA start times 5 ILA start times7 hours from sea buoy 4 hours from sea buoyNo pension withdrawal liability Pension withdrawal liabilityGross production of 33 moves an hour with Gross moves per hour typically less thanindividual vessel gross production reaching 40 Philadelphiamoves an hourTruck turn time favorable due to lower Truck turn time unfavorable due to highdensity operation (42 minutes) density operation and overall congestion$50 for every intermodal container movedthrough Philadelphia via rail$50 per container or $3 metric ton for cargosourced or manufactured in Pennsylvania
  • 21. PRPA Current Services •Australia – New Zealand •East Coast South America •Australia – New Zealand •East Coast South America •French Polynesia – Australia –•West Coast South America New Zealand•North Europe •North Europe •Australia – New Zealand •East Coast South America •Finland - Sweden •West Coast South America •Colombia – Caribbean Coast •Eastabout-Round the World •North East Asia •The Netherlands - Sweden •Scandinavia • Puerto Rico •Germany • Japan
  • 22. Over 300 distribution centers lie within PRPA’s immediate hinterland Pennsylvania 1. Big Lots 43. Staples 2. BMW 44. Target 3. Bon-Ton Department Store D.C. 45. T.J. Maxx Distribution Center 4. Boscovs 46. Urban Outfitters Distribution Center 5. Bridgestone-Firestone, Inc. 47. Walgreens Distribution Center 6. Case Paper 48. Walgreens Distribution Center 7. Charming Shoppe 49. Westinghouse Lighting Solutions 8. Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. 50. Weyerhaeuser 9. Crayola 51. Whirlpool 10. Crayola 52. World Imports 11. Deb Shops, Inc. 53. York Barbell Company 12. Destination Maternity Corp. 13. Dollar Tree Stores Inc. New Jersey 14. Foot Locker 54. A. C. Moore Arts & Crafts, Inc. 15. General Mills 55. Becton Dickinson 16. Harley-Davidson Motor Company 56. BJs Wholesale Club 17. Hershey Foods 57. Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse 18. Home Line Furniture Wholesaler Corp. 19. JC Penney 58. Costco Wholesale Corp. 20. Johnson & Johnson 59. Crate & Barrel 21. Jones Apparel/Nine West 60. CVS 22. Kmart Resource Center 61. Home Depot 23. Kuehne & Nagel 62. Howard Berger 24. Lanxess 63. IKEA 25. Liz Claiborne Inc. 64. National Refrigerants 26. Lowe’s 65. Nine West 27. Mack Truck 66. Office Depot 28. Mack Truck 67. OfficeMax 29. Maytag Appliances RDC 68. Petco 30. Michaels Stores, Incorporated 69. Sports Authority Distribution Center 31. Office Depot 70. Raymour & Flanagan 32. Office Max 71. Subaru 33. Paper Magic Group, Inc. 72. Trek Bicycles 34. Phillips-Van Heusen Corp 73. Volkswagen 35. Porsche North America 36. PPG Auto Glass Delaware 37. Proctor & Gamble Paper 74. Playtex 38. QVC, Inc. (Apparel) 39. RIO Brands Maryland 40. Rite Aid 75. IKEA 41. SC Johnson Wax 76. Pier 1 Imports 42. Sears 77. Radio Shack 78. Rite Aid
  • 23. Philadelphia Regional Produce Market 678,000 square feet facility 50 foot wide dock areas Constant refrigeration throughout entire building Opening planned for late 2010
  • 24. Pennsylvania 26. Sunoco1. Air Products 27. Tyco Healthcare2. Alcoa 28. York International3. Ames True Temper Hardware4. Arkema New Jersey5. Armstrong World Industries 29. Alcan6. Craftmaster Manufacturing 30. Conair Corp7. CRC Industries 31. Innophos8. Crown Hardwood Veneer Corp. 32. LOreal9. Defense Distribution Center 33. Lunds Fisheries, Inc.10. Erex Corp. 34. Mallinckrodt Baker Inc.11. Filmtech 35. Volkswagen12. FMC Chemicals13. Gemcor International, Inc. Delaware14. Geo Specialty Chemicals 36. Allen Family Foods15. Harley-Davidson 37. DuPont16. JLG Industries, Inc. 38. Hercules17. Kraft Foods 39. Invista18. LWB Refractories 40. Mountaire Farms19. Mack Trucks, Inc. 41. Uniqema20. Pennsylvania Crusher Corporation Maryland21. Pfizer 42. Mack Trucks, Inc.22. Pride Mobility Products 43. Perdue23. Rohm & Haas (Dow Chemical)24. Sartomer25. Specialty Minerals
  • 25. Philadelphia Hinterland Top Companies
  • 26. Excellent Rail Connections Adjacent To Packer Avenue
  • 27. Rail Connections: Mileage Comparison From: Philadelphia New York Charleston SavannahToronto 541 546 1162 1252 (2nd morning service)Chicago 814 890 980 989 (2nd day service)Columbus 545 621 757 767St. Louis 956 1040 909 866Memphis 1067 1160 725 668Laredo 1919 2012 1455 1362
  • 28. Road LinksPRPA Terminals are within minutes of major UShighways, including I-95 and I-76.
  • 29. Road Links: Trucking  Over 400 trucking companies with 20,000 trucks are available in the Philadelphia area.  Philadelphia does not have the congestion and delays found in North Jersey.  Overweight truck permits are available.
  • 30. Foreign and Domestic Representatives  New York/Northern New Jersey: Mr. Kevin McGee  Argentina/Uruguay: Mr. Malcolm J. Rodman  Australia/New Zealand: Mr. T.G. Peiris  Brazil: Mr. Carlos C. Cappellano  Europe: Mr. Lutz Ehrhardt  China: Mr. Simon Yao
  • 31. Philadelphia Regional Port AuthorityProudly Managing Pennsylvanias International SeaportFor additional information please contact the PRPA at (215)-426-2600 or www.philaport.com

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