Swedish tanker FURE VEN becomes the first foreign flagged vessel to bunker LNG in the United States, at Eagle LNG’s Talleyrand Bunker Station in Jacksonville
Through the first eight months of Jacksonville Port Authority’s (JAXPORT’s) fiscal year 2018-2019, the port is on pace to achieve records in container TEU volumes and auto units.
JAXPORT set a new port record today with the arrival of the ZIM vessel Kota Pekarang, the largest container ship to ever call Jacksonville.
JAXPORT set a new port record today with the arrival of the ZIM vessel Cape Sounio, the largest container ship to ever call Jacksonville.
JAXPORT Board of Directors unanimously approved a long-term agreement with experienced terminal operator SSA Marine for the development and operation of a state-of-the-art, $238.7 million international container terminal.
JAXPORT served a record number of cruise passengers during the past year, with 199,899 passengers setting sail from Jacksonville.
More than 100,346 twenty-foot equivalent units (or TEUs, the industry standard for measuring containers) moved through JAXPORT in February 2018 compared to 80,412 moved in February 2017.
JAXPORT’s public seaport terminals achieved record growth in containers, vehicles and overall tonnage during the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017.
Two massive cryogenic storage tanks were delivered and are being installed by Eagle LNG Partners for Crowley Maritime at a new shore-side LNG bunkering facility being constructed at the Port of JAXPORT.