Punto de entrada de carga de las Américas: creando crecimiento económico
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Punto de entrada de carga de las Américas: creando crecimiento económico

Punto de entrada de carga de las Américas: creando crecimiento económico
Eric Olafson, representante del Puerto de Miami

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  • The Port of Miami generates more than 110,000 jobs in South Florida and has an annual economic impact of $16 Billion . --- (Pause) ---
  • The Port of Miami generates more than 110,000 jobs in South Florida and has an annual economic impact of $16 Billion . --- (Pause) ---

Punto de entrada de carga de las Américas: creando crecimiento económico Punto de entrada de carga de las Américas: creando crecimiento económico Presentation Transcript

  • PortMiamiCARGO GATEWAY OF THE AMERICAS Creating Economic Growth May 22, 2012 SEMINARIO INTERNACIONAL DE LOGISTICA
  • Economic ImpactOne of the USA’s Principal Economic Engines• #1 container seaport in Florida• Second largest economic engine of Miami-Dade County• Number 11 in the US for container cargo• $14.3 billion in imports/exports• 176,000 jobs• $6.4 million in wages• $18 billion in economic output• Set a World Record in cruise passenger in 2010 (4.15M)
  • PortMiamiGateway to Americas 3
  • SHIPPING LINES
  • MOUPANAMA CANAL AND PORT OF MIAMIThe Memo of Understanding willpromote new business growth viathe all water route between Asia andNorth America via the expandedPanama Canal.It – along with $2 Billion ininfrastructure will allow us to alsoserve as a major hub for goodsdestined for Latin America and theCaribbean via transhipment
  • PortMiami 6
  • 2014 IS AROUND THE CORNER & THE PORT OF MIAMI WILL SOON RECEIVE MEGA-SIZED CARGO SHIPS
  • Current Capital Projects Deep Dredge Tunnel Rail and Intermodal Super Post-Panamax Cranes
  • Intermodal Rail YardOn-dock Rail:Time-to-Market Advantage POM/FEC fastest East Coast combination to major consumer markets. Moving products in and out of Miami using FEC Railway intermodal rail network, customers save days, while reducing inventory carrying costs.
  • Intermodal Rail Yard More than 70% of the U.S. population is reachable by rail from PortMiami within a maximum of a 3-4 day transit time.
  • Tunnel: Direct Access to InterstateTunnel: 4 Minutes to Interstate More efficient, faster movement of traffic on and off port. Relieve downtown traffic congestion. Direct access to interstate highway system in less than 4 minutes. “Green lanes” and gate consolidation.
  • Deep Dredge Deepening Miami Harbor to -50 ft is one of the most important infrastructure projects on the drawing board in Florida. Nationwide significance in supporting international trade and commerce. Miami is one of only three ports on the Eastern Seaboard that has received Congressional Authorization for deepening its harbor to accommodate Post- Panamax cargo ships.
  • Super Post-Panamax Cranes Current Cranes On-Port: 17  2 Super Post-Panamax Cranes  10 Panamax Cranes  5 Mobile Gantry Cranes (Seaboard Terminal) Cranes in 2013: 18  6 Super Post-Panamax Cranes  7 Panamax Cranes  5 Mobile Gantry Cranes (Seaboard Terminal)
  • 2035 Master Plan available at:www.miamidade.gov/portofmiami