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Title: Jacksonville Port Authority


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Jacksonville Port Authority
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JAXPORT Vision Statement
  • The vision of the Jacksonville Port Authority is
    to be a major economic engine in Northeast
    Florida by continuing to be a premier diversified
    port in the Southeastern United States, with
    connections to major trade lanes throughout the
    world.

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What is JAXPORT?
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority is a public
    sector business.

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What is JAXPORT?
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority is a public
    sector business.
  • This means the port has government oversight.

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What is JAXPORT?
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority is a public
    sector business.
  • This means the port has government oversight.
  • But, JAXPORT is expected to perform like a
    private sector company.

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What is JAXPORT?
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority is a public
    sector business.
  • This means the port has government oversight.
  • But, JAXPORT is expected to perform like a
    private sector company.
  • This means they must make a profit.

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What is JAXPORT?
  • The Jacksonville Port Authority is a public
    sector business.
  • This means the port has government oversight.
  • But, JAXPORT is expected to perform like a
    private sector company.
  • This means they must make a profit.
  • That profit is used for port improvements.

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JAXPORTBoard of Directors
  • Appointed By
  • 4 Members - Mayor of Jacksonville
  • 3 Members - Governor of Florida
  • Each Member Serves A Four
    Year Term
  • Unpaid Positions

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JAXPORT Board of Directors
Ricardo Morales Jr. Chairman
William C. Mason Treasurer
Tony D. Nelson Vice Chairman
L. Buck Fowler Secretary
Andrew B. Fogarty Member
Reginald Gaffney Member
David G. Kulik Member
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JAXPORT History
  • 1963 Florida Legislature created the initial
    Jacksonville Port Authority (JPA) to run city
    docks.
  • 1968 Airports added to JPA during city/county
    consolidation.
  • 2001 State Legislature split JPA into two
    Authorities effective October 1, 2001.
  • Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) owns citys
    airports
  • JAXPORT owns public marine terminals (seaport)
  • Dependent Special District of City of
    Jacksonville

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JAXPORTs Facilities
JAXPORTs Facilities
Convenient Ocean Access Easy
connections to Interstate Highway and Intermodal
Rail Systems Proximity to Major Distribution
Centers
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Strategic Manufacturing Location
  • Western most port on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard

New York
  • Truck shipments reach 50 of U.S. consumers on
    2nd day delivery





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  • Low Back Haul Rates

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  • Over 100 Truck Terminals

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Intermodal Transportation System
Jacksonville
Three Major Interstate Highways I-10,
I-75, and I-95
Three Major Rail Lines CSX, Norfolk Southern,
and Florida East Coast
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Location, Location, Location
  • Jacksonville is the largest city in the U.S. in
    square miles and 3rd largest city in the South
    Atlantic (after Atlanta and Miami).
  • Jacksonvilles population 1.3 million people.
  • No State Income Tax
  • Moderate Climate (No snowfall)
  • Cost of Living lowest in Florida, 10 below
    national average
  • Young, Dynamic Workforce (Average Age 32 years)
  • Jacksonville has been named the 1 city
  • for new business by Expansion Magazine
  • in 2001, 2002 2003.
  • Top 10 Logistics Metro City
  • 2005 Expansion Magazine

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CARGOFacilities
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DIVERSIFICATION Cargo Types
Breakbulk
Containerized
People
Vehicles
Liquid and Dry Bulk
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JAXPORTHow Big?
  • Facilities open 24/7/365
  • 1,600 cargo and cruise ships handled annually
  • 8.3 million tons of cargo annually
  • Nations largest port for trade with Puerto Rico
  • Nations 2nd busiest vehicle handling port
  • Nations 13th busiest container port
  • 150,000 embarking cruise passengers in 2005

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Blount Island Marine Terminal
  • 9 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Container, Breakbulk, Roll On-Roll Off General
    Cargo.
  • 754 acres paved, lit and secured.
  • Eight container cranes (three 50-ton, three
    45-ton and two 40-ton) one 100-ton whirly
    crane.
  • On-dock rail connection CSX.
  • A 90,000 square foot CFS.
  • A 275,000 square foot on dock transit warehouse

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Talleyrand Marine Terminal
  • 21 miles from the Atlantic.
  • Container, RoRo, Liquid Bulk and General Cargo.
  • 173 acres paved, lit and secured.
  • 6 container cranes, two rubber tired gantry
    cranes, one 100-ton whirly crane, tanker
    discharge facilities three 40-ton container
    stackers.
  • On-dock rail connections CSX, NS FEC.
  • A 120,000 square foot refrigerated warehouse and
    40,000 square foot dry
  • A 553,000 square foot dry storage warehouse

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Dames Point Marine Terminal
(TraPac Container Terminal Under Development)
  • 11 miles from the Atlantic.
  • Currently a cruise and bulk terminal.
  • Future plans include the development of TraPac
    158-acre container terminal for MOL
  • 80-acres available for additional development.

Cruise Terminal
MOL Terminal (rendition)
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JAXPORT Cargo Impact
  • JAXPORT Jobs 151
  • Port-related Jobs 45,000
    (direct
    indirect)
  • Wages paid 1.3 billion
  • Local State taxes 119 million
  • Federal Taxes paid 258 million
  • Total Annual Impact
  • 2.6 billion

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Sizing Up the Competition
PORT Tonnage Brunswick 1,991,596 Jacksonv
ille 21,731,239 Savannah
23,368,591 Charleston 25,198,899
Includes public AND private facilities
within entire
harbor, 2003 Imports 51 Exports 49
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Container PortsNumber of Cargo Containers
PORT Container Units, 2004 Charleston 1,863,
917 Savannah 1,662,021 Miami 1,009,500 Jackso
nville 727,660 Baltimore 557,858 Philadelphia
178,046 Boston 175,679 (Nations 13th
busiest container port)
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JAXPORT Trading Partners, 2004
10
90
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CRUISE SERVICE
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Cruise Service
  • CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES
  • Carnival Fascination Year-round 4-5 day cruises
    to Key West, Nassau and Freeport.

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JAXPORT Cruise Terminal (Temporary Terminal)
  • Located off Heckscher Drive near State Road 9-A
  • 63,000 Square Foot Building
  • Facility used by
  • Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Parking adjacent
  • to terminal

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MARTIN REPORTJacksonvilles Position in the
Cruise Market
  • Capacity is growing in Caribbean market and
    Florida ports are the gateway to this market
  • New capacity will be added to this market, 50 of
    which will have air drafts over 175 feet and 950
    feet in length
  • Port competition is limited for the mega-ships
  • Congestion in Miami
  • Limitations in Port Everglades
  • Geographic limitations of Gulf Coast ports
  • Port Canaveral has potential
  • Jacksonville is the other alternative

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Major Initiatives
  • Pursue recommendations in John Martin Report
  • Secure Asian carrier
  • Attract new automobile business
  • Grow forest product other breakbulk cargoes
  • Plan for growth in cruise business
  • Develop Dames Point Marine Terminal
  • Explore off-terminal property opportunities
  • Continue harbor deepening
  • Complete 41-foot project and explore 45-foot
    project
  • Continue to Enhance Seaport Security

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Hope You Have A Better Understanding of
JAXPORT.
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Visit our website
  • www.jaxport.com
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