Steven Cernak, chief executive and port director of Port Everglades, and James Hertwig, president of Florida East Coast Railway, discuss their organizations’ recent performance, their partnership in a new intermodal container transfer facility, and the opportunities they see and projects they are pursuing for further growth.
27 Mar 2013
Hamburg Süd has reinstated La Guaira, Venezuela, as a direct call on its weekly Florida-ABC Islands/Venezuela service, which connects Florida, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and Venezuela.
25 Mar 2013
Port Everglades has announced that Guatemala is a key target market for the South Florida port.
19 Mar 2013
Crowley Maritime will offer a second weekly southbound sailing from Port Everglades, Fla., to Nassau in the Bahamas, starting March 23.
07 Mar 2013
Containers that fell off of a U.S. Navy contract barge bound for Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, no longer present a seafaring hazard, The Miami Herald reported.
23 Jan 2013
Port Everglades in Florida was ranked as the top exporting foreign trade zone in the U.S. for warehousing and distribution activity in 2011, according to the Foreign-Trade Zones Board’s 73rd annual report to Congress released this month.
18 Jan 2013
Florida’s Governor Rick Scott broke ground this week on Port Everglades’ intermodal container transfer facility.
17 Jan 2013
Port Everglades in Florida has hired Fred Stribling as assistant director of business development, according to Steven Cernak, the port’s chief executive and director.
08 Jan 2013
Port Everglades has promoted David Anderton, seaport planning expert, to the newly created position of assistant director of strategic planning and development, according to Steven Cernak, the Florida port’s chief executive and port director.
20 Dec 2012
Produce importer Sol Shipping Services has entered a five-year agreement to operate a five-acre marine terminal at Port Everglades in Florida.
30 Nov 2012
Port Everglades handled 5.9 million tons of cargo in fiscal year 2012, ending Sept. 30, a 3 percent increase from fiscal year 2011 and the third consecutive year of growth in cargo.
14 Nov 2012
The ports of Miami and Port Everglades and the Florida East Coast Railway are deploying a “build it and they will come” strategy to position South Florida as a gateway for trade with Asia in the new era of big ships.