autos

3

MAJOR AUTO PROCESSORS ON DOCK

4

VEHICLES HANDLED PER DRIVER/HOUR

13

OCEAN CARRIERS WITH
AUTO SERVICE

650K+

VEHICLES MOVED IN 2018

JAXPORT is a top vehicle-handling port with a reputation for excellence.

TOP U.S. VEHICLE HANDLING PORT
Jacksonville is one of the nation’s busiest ports for total vehicle handling. The port moved more than 650,000 vehicles last year.

TOP RO/RO CARRIERS CALL ON JACKSONVILLE
JAXPORT offers regular service from Crowley, CSAV, Grimaldi, Höegh Autoliners, Hyundai Glovis Co Ltd., K-Line, Liberty Global Logistics, MOL ACE, NYK Line (NA) Inc., Sallaum Lines, Siem Car Carriers, TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico and Trailer Bridge.

FAST LOAD/DISCHARGE RATE
Terminal operators handle up to four vehicles per driver/hour.

INDUSTRY LEADERS IN THE SAFE HANDLING OF AUTOS
All members of Jacksonville’s local International Longshoremen’s Association (Local 1408) undergo training on auto handling before working an auto vessel.

THREE MAJOR AUTO PROCESSORS ON PORT TERMINALS
Leading auto processors – AMPORTS, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions and Southeast Toyota – combine for more than 250 acres of open storage and 300,000 square feet of auto processing facilities on port terminals.

CLOSE PROXIMITY – SHIP BERTHS TO POINT OF REST
Jacksonville’s port has auto processing facilities as close as 100 yards from ship berths.

FAST REACH TO U.S. SOUTHEAST CONSUMER MARKET
Florida is now the nation’s third most populous state – and more than 70 million U.S. consumers live within a one-day truck drive of Jacksonville’s port.

JAXPORT offers worldwide cargo service to handle your logistics needs to Florida, the US Southeast and Midwest.

DIRECTOR/GENERAL MANAGER,
CARGO SALES

AUTO FACT SHEET

SERVICE PROVIDER
DIRECTORY

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Frank Camp

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DIRECTOR/GENERAL MANAGER, CARGO SALES

(904) 357-3075 | Frank.Camp@JAXPORT.com

“What really sets us apart is our skilled labor force. Our vehicle handlers are highly trained in the proper ways to protect vehicles in transit. In fact, they are required to complete a quality assurance education program before getting behind the wheel.”

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