Posted by Chelsea Craven on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Category: General | News
Zepol is pleased to announce the release of their latest report which focuses on the top 20 U.S. ports for 2011. Zepol's "2011 U.S. Port Report" provides a compelling view on how U.S. ports have been performing in the last year. Each port profile provides detailed information on recent trends, key importers, top carriers, and more.
3 Key Insights Found in the Report:
Based on TEU volume, 18 of the top 20 U.S. ports showed positive growth from 2010 to 2011.
- China is the number one country of origin for three-fourths of the ports on our list.
- The Port of Jacksonville posted the largest percent increase in inbound TEUs, rising over 25% in the last year.
The information in the report was derived entirely from Zepol’s trade intelligence tools, TradeIQ™
. Port authorities, transportation companies, importers, and government agencies rely on Zepol's tools to make informed business decisions for the future.
Posted by Chelsea Craven on Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The top 10 ports in the United States take in roughly 85% of all U.S. imports, and the majority have made big gains so far this year. Long Beach, ranked second, has increased TEU imports nearly 10% from last year, while total imports for all ports have increased 7.8%. Seattle, ranked fifth, is the lone port to decrease TEU imports, dropping 3.18% from last year. Overall, the numbers are surely a positive sign for the U.S. economy as consumers and manufacturers are buying more products.
Below is a chart detailing TEU figures for the top 10 ports:
|Los Angeles, CA
|Long Beach, CA
|Newark, NJ/New York, NY
*January through May 2011
Note: data excludes empty containers and FROB
Posted by Chelsea Craven on Thursday, March 03, 2011
Zepol has created a report profiling the top 25 U.S. ports for containerized imports for 2010. This report provides detailed information for each port and compares trends to the previous year as well as sheds light upon potential future developments. Profiles for each port include key consignees, top carrier partners, international ports, TEU volume, and value of products imported.
4 Key Insights Found in the Report:
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Based on TEU volume, 23 of the 25 ports posted positive growth from 2009 to 2010
- Los Angeles claimed the top port with 4 million TEUs recorded and a 13% increase over 2009
- Shanghai is a dominate port partner with 9 of the top 10 ports
- The top 10 ports had an average TEU increase of 17.38% from 2009 to 2010
Zepol is pleased to provide this report for free with registration and hopes that the information is helpful in better understanding your market. Please let us know if you have any questions about the contents of our report by filling out our Contact Me form.