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Coming August 3, 2015, the port gets a new look

Port of Pensacola

Tracing its history back to the mid-1700s, the Port of Pensacola has evolved into northwest Florida’s leading deep-water port. With its eight deep-draft berths and more than 400,000 square feet of covered storage, the Port is located on the Gulf of Mexico just 11 miles from the sea buoy. The 50-acre facility offers a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ #249), an Enterprise Zone (EZ #1702), and stevedoring and marine terminal services for all descriptions of bulk, breakbulk and unitized freight.

Among the Port’s leading commodities are bagged agricultural products, cement, paper, aggregate, power plant and power generation equipment, animal feed and animal feed components, construction supplies and materials, and frozen cargo. In addition to its stellar labor force and extraordinary access to international waters, the Port of Pensacola is widely regarded for its attractive rates and expertise in handling project and heavy-lift cargoes.

A deepwater port master plan embraces long- and short-term goals for the Port’s growth, as does a recently-completed Port Business Strategic Analysis.

The Port of Pensacola is an enterprise department of the City of Pensacola and is governed by the Pensacola City Council.

Threat Levels


At MARSEC Level 2, expect gate delays

National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status

Security: (850) 436-5075
Marine Radio Station – Channel 16

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The Port of Pensacola maintains a policy of requiring ALL vessels in excess of 350 feet LOA to utilize at least one tug to assist upon arrival and departure.

TWIC



Nearest TWIC Enrollment Centers

Panama City, FL: 5321 W. Hwy 98, Panama City, FL 32401

Mobile, AL: 1505 Telegraph Rd., Chickasaw, AL 36611

Phone Number: 1-855-347-8371

News

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850 Magazine:   Port of Pensacola and Pensacola International Airport are Economic Dynamos

 

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The Donaugracht was at the Port over the weekend. Built in 2007, she is 515 foot long cargo vessel. ... See MoreSee Less

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Port Director Amy Miller is attending the quarterly meeting of Northwest FL Manufacturers Council. Manufacturers and ports are partners in the movement of raw materials and finished goods both domestically and internationally, spurring the regional, national and world economies! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Oslo Bulk was at the Port picking up more lumber! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Lewek Falcon is at the Port for a few days. She is an offshore support vessel and is more than 300 feet long. For more info about her please head here-->http://bit.ly/1NMiHia ... See MoreSee Less

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Our very own, Kenny Emberton, was recently awarded the City's Award of Merit for his work and effort in being stewards of the public trust. Kenny along with Heath Philips, combined forces for what could be considered one of the largest City projects addressed over the past year. The recent airport stormwater project insluded the removal of a significant amount of fill as part of the pond's reengineering. We were able to work with the Airport and City Engineering to determine that the dirt being excavated was suitable for use by us to bring the elevation of several acress of below grade unimproved property up to grade- vastly improving the usability and marketability of the property. Heath and Kenny's knowledge and combined efforts resulted in the Port recieving 35,000 cubic yards of fill dirt worth approximately $272,000.
Wow! Awesome Kenny and congratulations!
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