Practice Focus: Oversee the Port's water-dependent tenants. Securing new Port customers. Expand marketing & tenant outreach. "Move Cargo Over the Berths!"
A Closer Look
Port Tampa Bay is the largest port in the State of Florida in terms of diversity, tonnage, and land mass. PTB is the leading economic engine in West Central Florida - with more than $17.2 billion in economic impact, supporting more than 85,000 jobs. PTB enjoys a catchment area in central Florida approaching 10 million people. Our competitive position as a full service port is enhanced by being the deepest gulf port in Florida. We move over 38 million tons of cargo/year. The Port offers a diversified mix of bulk, break-bulk, container and cruise traffic. PTB is Central Florida's Gateway Port for Energy Products. Core Products include: Break-Bulk, Phosphate, Steel, Petroleum, Construction & Building Materials and Ship Repair. Growth Products include: Liquid & Dry Bulk Cargo, Refrigerated Cold-Storage Cargo, Ro-Ro, and Containerized Freight (finished consumer goods). PTB receives the major portion of its revenue base, as a "Landlord Port," from dockage, wharfage and rent, while providing the facilities for tenants to conduct a comprehensive array of cargo and cruise operations. In our release of our Port Vision 2030, which is the roadmap for our future, we have continued our commitment to grow our strong infrastructure investment plan throughout our massive 5,000 acre port complex. Port Tampa Bay anchors the regional economy and plays a critical role in Florida's ongoing economic prosperity.
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