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Port of Pensacola
At the west end of the Florida Panhandle, the city-owned Port of Pensacola is enjoying significant gains, according to multiple metrics. In its fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2019, the port nearly doubled its operating revenue from the prior 12-month period, to $2.41 million from $1.26 million, while increasing breakbulk volume by 78 percent, to 64,638 tons, and wind energy component shipments by 126 percent, to 1,632 units.
The port is advancing $3.1 million in berth restoration work and $450,000 in upland cargo initiatives and is pursuing development of a new facility for marine repair and overhaul.
This year, the Port of Pensacola is implementing a new vision plan, seeking to attract new tenants while providing expansion opportunities to existing users. The port currently houses a wide variety of tenants in industries ranging from cement and building materials to sailing and oyster farming. Tenants include Cemex, Pensacola Bay Oysters, American Magic Sailing, Blue Origin, Pate Stevedore, Martin Marietta and Offshore Inland Marine & Oilfield Services. The port’s international trade partners and cargo routes encompass Mexico, the Bahamas, Brazil and Israel.