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6 Table of contents WELCOME Welcome from Manatee County Port Authority... 7 About the Manatee County Port Authority... 8 Welcome from the executive director... 9 Port Manatee senior management team ABOUT PORT MANATEE HIGHLIGHTS LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE PORT MANATEE FACTS Port Manatee: A diverse global gateway Port Manatee encourages business development DIVERSIFICATION KEYS PORT MANATEE S GROWTH SECURITY IS PRIORITY AT PORT MANATEE PORT UPHOLDS ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT PORT MANATEE ENGAGES WITH COMMUNITY...32 PORT MANATEE FACILITIES AND MAP BUSINESS DIRECTORY ALPHABETICAL LISTING LIST OF ADVERTISERS Key contacts Port Manatee Main Office... (941) Port Manatee Seaport Security - 24 HOURS... (941) Port Manatee Business and Finance... (941) Port Manatee Operations and Maintenance... (941) Port Manatee Scale House... (941) Port Manatee Trade Development and Communications... (941) Tampa Bay Pilots Association Pilot Dispatch... (813) Option #2 Towing Services Marine Towing of Tampa, LLC... (813) Seabulk Towing... (813) U.S. Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg... (727) U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Manatee... (941) Miscellaneous Anchor House Seafarers Mission... (941) Tampa Bay CVTS... (813) (Cooperative Vessel Traffic Service) Tampa Bay PORTS... (866) (Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System) The Port Manatee 2016 Official Directory is the latest edition of the authorized, comprehensive resource guide for one of Florida s fastest-growing seaports. Previous editions have been recognized with awards from the American Association of Port Authorities and other entities. Please be sure to visit for the latest information on Port Manatee. PUBLISHED BY: Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way Telephone Fax EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Carlos Buqueras EDITOR Virginia Zimmermann EDITORIAL CONSULTANT Paul Scott Abbott PHOTOGRAPHY Virginia Zimmermann Ted West Photography Aerials by Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics Inc. DESIGN J2Arts, Inc. The 2016 Port Manatee Official Directory is a publication of the Manatee County Port Authority, Palmetto, Fla. Information in this publication, excluding copyrighted photographs and advertisements, may be copied in whole or part. Credit is requested with the line Courtesy of the Manatee County Port Authority on all excerpts. The information in this publication is gathered in such a way as to ensure maximum accuracy. The Manatee County Port Authority cannot and does not guarantee the accuracy of all information furnished, or the complete absence of errors and omissions; hence no responsibility for the same can be, or is, assumed. ON THE COVER: As the Port of Southwest Florida, Port Manatee can handle a variety of bulk, breakbulk, containerized and heavylift cargos. Port Manatee is the closest U.S. deepwater port to the expanding Panama Canal and offers superior intermodal connectivity, competitive rates and a prime location, with nearly 5,000 acres of surrounding green space ripe for development. INQUIRIES MAY BE DIRECTED TO: Virginia Zimmermann, CPE Marketing & Public Relations Manager Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way Official Directory

7 Safety and security you can trust! Siemens has the right solutions and expertise to implement enterprise-level security at your seaport. With experience in seaports across the globe, Siemens understands the challenges of streamlining operations while providing security for your personnel, property and processes. We can deploy comprehensive security solutions through our Siveillance platform to implement large scale, multi-layered command and control, security, and mass notification solutions. For a higher level of safety and security, turn to a partner you can trust, Siemens. For more information, contact Jim DeStefano at (215) or at 5

8 Logistec provides high quality cargohandling services to marine and industrial customers through a strong network of strategically located facilities in the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River and on the Eastern Seaboard of North America. THE COMPANY WE KEEP At Logistec, we are proud of our successful working relationship with the Manatee County Port Authority and of the support of all our customers Official Directory

9 Welcome from the Manatee County Port Authority Dear friends and fellow Manatee County residents: I am excited to enter my first term as chairwoman of the Manatee County Port Authority, and I look forward to working closely with port staff, tenants and customers in attracting new business to the port and fortifying our position as a leading economic engine and job creator in Manatee County and the Southwest Florida region. I, as all the port authority members, am happy to have a highly experienced executive port team with a proven track record, as well as a skilled and dedicated port workforce to lead us into the future. We will keep working together to capitalize upon the port s significant assets, which include nearly 5,000 acres of developable land in close proximity to the port, Interstate 75 and the CSX railroad mainline, for the benefit of all Manatee County residents. As we are advancing Port Manatee s burgeoning role as a containerized gateway, we are continuing our diversification efforts and strive to move away from dependence upon single bulk commodities. On behalf of the Manatee County Port Authority and Manatee County Commission, it is my privilege to invite you to read more about Port Manatee in the pages of this directory and, we hope to welcome you to the growing family of stakeholders who benefit from Manatee County s seaport. With warmest regards, Besty Benac Chair, Manatee County Port Authority Manatee County Commissioner-at-Large 7

10 About the Port Manatee Port Authority As a dependent special district created by the Florida Legislature, Port Manatee s governing body is the seven-member Manatee County Port Authority (MCPA). Members serve four-year staggered terms, with annual election of officers. The authority sets policy and approves major expenditures for Port Manatee. It consists of the seven members of the elected Manatee County Commission, but with distinctly separate officers and financial accountability. Serving dual roles as port authority members and county commissioners provides a unique understanding of the port s $2.3 billion annual economic impact and motivates a commitment to ensure continuing success in meeting the transportation and supply chain needs of Manatee County and the Central and South-West Florida region. The MCPA board meets on the third Thursday of each month at 9 a.m. at Port Manatee s Intermodal Center. Meetings are open to the public. Betsy Benac Chair John Chappie Vice Chair Charles B. Smith 2nd Vice Chair Robin DiSabatino 3rd Vice Chair Vanessa Baugh Member Larry Bustle Member Carol Whitmore Member Official Directory

11 Welcome from the executive director Dear friends of Port Manatee: Looking back to 2015, we see a dynamic increase in trade activity and a host of developments that position Port Manatee to realize exponential gains in the years to come. In 2016, we will continue to concentrate on our diversification strategy and pay close attention to enhancing existing infrastructure. State-of-the-industry warehouses and berths are crucial to best serve tenants and customers. The port continues to grow its economic impact and create family-wage jobs for Manatee County. As the Port of Southwest Florida, Port Manatee is attracting new business by participating in international trade missions, by growing its tenant base with Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication LLC, and by gaining federal approval to receive cold-treated South American produce. In 2016, the Manatee County Port Authority will introduce its master plan update, which is to provide a framework for the port s future development through the next decade and beyond. While the United States is taking steps to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, Port Manatee is looking into the many emerging opportunities. As the closest port to Cuba on the west coast of Florida, Port Manatee has the perfect location to export building materials, agricultural goods and various equipment needed for rebuilding Cuban infrastructure. Considering its role as an economic engine, developer and job creator, we believe that Port Manatee is the region s global gateway. I invite you to explore our assets in the 2016 Official Directory, visit us on the web at or join us on one of our tram tours to get a behind-the-scenes look at Manatee County s most vibrant economic engine. Most respectfully, Carlos Buqueras Executive Director 9

12 Port Manatee senior management team About the team... Port Manatee s day-to-day operations are managed by a dedicated team of trade and transportation professionals. Port senior staff members combine to offer more than a century of experience moving cargo on Tampa Bay. Port Manatee executives understand the unique features and benefits of the Tampa Bay region s maritime community and are deeply engaged in the everchanging world of international trade. Port executives are responsible for the movement of approximately 8 million tons of cargo each year without the benefit of advalorem tax support, depending instead upon revenues earned from waterborne-related activities. Carlos Buqueras Executive Director Dave Sanford Deputy Executive Director Matty Appice, CPE Senior Director of Trade Development and Sales David St. Pierre, CPE Director of Seaport Security George Isiminger, P.E. Senior Director of Planning, Engineering and Environmental Affairs Shawn Smith, CPE Director of Operations and Maintenance Denise Stufflebeam, CPE Director of Business Administration and Finance Official Directory

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14 About Port Manatee Located at the entrance to Tampa Bay, Port Manatee is one of Florida s largest deepwater seaports. Port Manatee is one of Florida s largest and fastest-growing seaports, handling a variety of bulk, breakbulk, containerized and heavylift project cargos. Located at the entrance to Tampa Bay, Port Manatee is also one of the closest U.S. deepwater ports to the expanding Panama Canal and offers superior intermodal connectivity, competitive rates and a prime location, with nearly 5,000 acres of surrounding green space ripe for development. The port adds more than $2.3 billion annually in local economic impact without the benefit of ad-valorem taxes and supports more than 24,000 jobs. Please visit portmanatee.com for more information. Mission statement The mission of Port Manatee is to be a powerful catalyst of countywide economic growth and hub of traderelated activity, by developing diversified and competitive deepwater shipping facilities and conducting maritime-related activities in a profitable and environmentally responsible manner. Adopted in open session - June 19, Official Directory

15 2015 highlights Port Manatee continues to diversify Port Manatee continues to enhance its role as a diverse global gateway, advancing numerous key initiatives in Here are some of the most significant recent developments. Port Manatee fuels Southwest Florida by supplying region s Racetrac stores Port Manatee is playing a key role in literally fueling Southwest Florida s economy, serving as the gateway for nearly 100 million gallons of gasoline and related fuels on an annual basis. Port Manatee is now the fuel hub for a nine-county region encompassing more than 30 stores of Atlantabased RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. Each day, RaceTrac transports enough gasoline from the Port Manatee terminal to fuel more than 20,000 Southwest Florida vehicles. One of dozens of tanker trucks per day enters Port Manatee to load fuel to supply RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. locations throughout Southwest Florida 13

16 2015 highlights (continued) Port Manatee joins USDA program for import of cold-treated produce In 2015, Port Manatee gained federal approval to receive direct imports of select cold-treated South American produce via an expanding pilot program. Perishables brought to Florida ports in this manner can offer U.S. consumers fresher, more economical product than that which follows the traditional routes to Philadelphia and other ports north of the 39th parallel. Thanks to new technologies for shipboard cold treatment, it is no longer necessary for ships to take South American fruit to northern climates to alleviate pest concerns. The pilot program was initiated in fall 2013 with allowance of imports of cold-treated grapes and blueberries from Peru and Uruguay into ports of South Florida s Miami-Dade and Broward counties. The expanded program now also encompasses Port Manatee and additional goods, such as citrus from Peru, as well as blueberries, apples and pears from Argentina. New ship repair tenant enhances Port Manatee s full-service portfolio Port Manatee has added operations of Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication LLC, enhancing its full-service port offerings at the entrance to Tampa Bay. Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication s leadership offers more than 80 years of combined experience in vessel repair and fabrication, including in at-berth topside ship repairs of all kinds, ballast water treatment systems, structural fabrication, and pipe fabrication and repairs. Port Manatee s strategically convenient location, proximate to Gulf of Mexico shipping lanes, perfectly positions Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication to provide its services for a full spectrum of commercial vessels from containerships and general cargo vessels to tugboats and barges trading in the Gulf region, as well as the U.S. Southeast and Caribbean. Port handles massive generators for expansion of power plant Demonstrating its outstanding capabilities for moving massive project cargos, Port Manatee in 2015 handled imports of several heat recovery steam generators, commonly referred to as HSRGs, and other related oversized units destined for expansion of a nearby power plant. The HSRGs, made in South Korea and imported by Babcock Power Inc. subsidiary Vogt Power International Inc., arrived at Port Manatee on BBC Chartering vessels. The units, weighing as many as 255 tons each, were offloaded by Federal Marine Terminals Inc. stevedoring crews onto specialized 18-axle trailers of Florida-based Beyel Brothers Crane & Rigging and then trucked about 50 miles to the Tampa Electric Co. power plant site, near Mulberry, Fla. Cuban dignitary Cabañas welcomed at Port Manatee In May 2015, José Ramón Cabañas, who would later in the year be named Cuba s first ambassador to the United States in 54 years, visited Port Manatee. Cabañas, who at the time of the visit was head of the Cuban Interest Section in Washington, toured the port and discussed possible opportunities for Cuban trade following lifting of the embargo between Cuba and the United States. The embargo has limited commerce between U.S. and Cuban ports and, while restrictions are being reduced, Port Manatee is evaluating the future possibility of a fast ferry service Official Directory

17 The BBC Coral discharges oversized project cargo for transport to Tampa Electric Co. s expanding Polk County power station. Port Manatee greatly increases containerized cargo volume In the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2015, Port Manatee handled 83 percent more containerized cargo units than in the preceding 12-month period. Much of the gain is attributable to World Direct Shipping s weekly service begun in November 2014 between Port Manatee and the Port of Coatzacoalcos, in the southern part of the Mexican state of Veracruz. The service is seeing consistently growing volumes of inbound refrigerated produce, as well as outbound dry cargos. Port Manatee garners awards for communications, accounting Port Manatee continued in 2015 to earn recognition for its efforts on multiple fronts. Both the port s directory and redesigned website were honored with communications awards of merit from the American Association of Port Authorities. The selections in AAPA s 48th annual competition were made by a panel of 46 leading Washington area public relations professionals. For the 21st consecutive year, the Manatee County Port Authority has been honored with the highest recognition for governmental accounting and financial reporting. Port Manatee s governing body has again been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada for its comprehensive annual financial report, known for short as CAFR. 15

18 Looking into the future More projects, master plan update to move Port Manatee forward Port Manatee is moving forward with a major port infrastructure program to include enhancements and renovations of berths, warehouses and its intermodal building. Improvements to Port Manatee s south gate complex to accommodate Air Products LNG heat exchanger movements on the dock are expected to be completed by September Port Manatee is finalizing its master plan, which includes a proactive environmental mitigation program, dredging and berth expansion, new container terminals, cranes, land acquisitions and road and rail enhancements. The master plan update is expected to be completed in late spring Port Manatee is adding a 2-acre cargo pad to support storage of a new commodity prilled sulphur. Under an agreement with longtime port tenant Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc., construction of the pad is slated to begin in 2016 on the east side of Port Manatee. With the new cargo pad, Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment will be able to begin handling prilled sulphur, a solid, spherically shaped commodity which can be used in the manufacture of fertilizers, plant protection products and sulfuric acid, as well as in the steel industry. Expanding canal, Cuba offer opportunities for more commerce Expansion of the Panama Canal and future normalization of U.S. trade relations with Cuba are among global developments that bode well to provide additional opportunities for Port Manatee for years to come. Photo courtesy Panama Canal Authority The Panama Canal expansion project offers Port Manatee opportunities for additional commerce Official Directory

19 Following the lifting of the U.S trade embargo against Cuba, passengers and cargo could reach Cuba from Port Manatee in as few as 12 hours by fast ferry service. The Panama Canal Authority was looking to complete in 2016 the multibillion-dollar project to double the capacity of the more-than-century-old water link, allowing the efficient, cost-effective transit of more and increasingly large vessels between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean. The project entails construction of a third set of locks and development and building of a new access channel, plus widening and deepening of navigable waterways. Even though Port Manatee does not anticipate the large neo-panamax vessels to dock at its berths, the volume of cargo coming from transshipment ports is predicted to boost the port s tonnage volume. As one of the closest U.S. deepwater ports to the Gulf/ Atlantic entrance to the Panama Canal, Port Manatee is ideally positioned to benefit from this expansion project. Port Manatee and its users are also perfectly poised to benefit from the United States resuming diplomatic ties with Cuba. The embargo, which dates back to the early 1960s, has limited commerce between U.S. and Cuban ports, but restrictions are anticipated to be reduced or removed following a normalization of trade relations between the two countries. The largest island nation in the Caribbean, Cuba has more than 11 million residents and provides extensive opportunities for both import and export of a wide range of cargos. In particular, Cuban consumers are anticipated to demand imports of food, clothing, medical equipment and other necessities, while construction materials will be needed for rebuilding of Cuban infrastructure. In preparation of the expansion of the Panama Canal, Cuba implemented a free-trade zone and developed a new container terminal at Port Mariel, Cuba s closest port to the United States. Additionally, Port Manatee is preparing for deployment of fast ferry service allowing passengers and cargo alike to reach Cuba in as few as 12 hours. 17

20 Port Manatee facts Port Manatee: A diverse global gateway Port Manatee is a multipurpose deepwater seaport on Tampa Bay serving bulk, breakbulk, container, heavylift/project and general cargo customers with the highest level of customer service, quality care and efficiency. Consisting of 1,100 acres, Port Manatee is supported by nearly 5,000 acres of largely undeveloped land located just outside the port s gates. With room to grow, extensive development incentives and a rapidly expanding consumer base at hand, Port Manatee offers significant benefits to current and potential customers, manufacturers, shippers and ocean carriers. Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics, Inc. Room to grow: Port Manatee is in a prime location with nearly 5,000 acres of surrounding green space ripe for development Official Directory

21 Altamira Veracruz Ideal location Tampa Bay ranks among the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the nation, while Florida has recently surpassed New York to be the third-mostpopulous U.S. state, behind only California and Texas. Panama Canal Port Manatee is ideally situated near the entrance to Tampa Bay in west-central Florida, along the Gulf of Mexico. It is the closest U.S. deepwater seaport to the expanding Panama Canal, as well as one of the closest to burgeoning Mexican manufacturing centers. Florida s largest concentration of distribution centers can be found within a short drive from the port. More than 8 million Florida residents live within a two-hour-drive of Port Manatee, and the majority of Florida s nearly 97 million annual visitors may be found within a three-hour drive. Clearwater ST. PETERSBURG CLEARWATER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Tampa PORT OF TAMPA Brandon St.Petersburg TAMPA BAY GULF OF MEXICO Bradenton SARASOTA BRADENTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Port Manatee is less than 10 miles from the Bob Graham Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the entrance to open waters on Tampa Bay. Sarasota 19

22 Port Manatee facts (continued) Pensacola Panama City Tallahassee Lake City Jacksonville Driving distance from Port Manatee to: Clearwater St. Petersburg Gainesville 2 hour drive of Port Manatee 8 million Floridians live within a two-hour drive of Port Manatee. 3 hour drive of Port Manatee Tampa Fort Myers Daytona Beach Fort Lauderdale Majority of Florida s nearly 97 million annual visitors are within a three-hour drive of Port Manatee. Ocala Lakeland Bradenton Sarasota Orlando Naples Key West St. Augustine Cape Cavaveral Fort Pierce West Palm Beach Miami Palmetto, Fla...5 miles Bradenton, Fla miles Sarasota, Fla miles St. Petersburg, Fla miles Tampa, Fla miles North Port, Fla miles Lakeland, Fla miles Orlando, Fla miles Fort Myers, Fla miles Naples, Fla miles Miami, Fla miles Jacksonville, Fla miles Tallahassee, Fla miles Savannah, Ga miles Atlanta, Ga miles Charleston, S.C miles Mobile, Ala miles Charlotte, N.C miles New Orleans, La miles Nashville, Tenn miles Richmond, Va miles Washington, D.C miles Houston, Texas... 1,014 miles Indianapolis, Ind... 1,025 miles New York, N.Y... 1,164 miles Detroit, Mich... 1,208 miles Chicago, Ill... 1,240 miles Boston, Mass... 1,377 miles Toronto, Canada... 2,199 miles Excellent road, rail links Port Manatee offers exceptional highway connections, with 60-mph access to Interstate 75 and Interstate 275, as well as nearby Interstate 4. Trucks leaving Port Manatee reach I-75 and I-275 in fewer than four minutes via U.S. Highway 41, putting all of North America at customers fingertips without the hassle of time-robbing urban traffic and congestion. Port Manatee s short-line railroad directly connects to the CSX Corp. mainline, which is less than 1 mile from the port s north gate. To accommodate customer demands, the short line is available to operate 24 hours a day. It features new switcher engines and nearly 7 miles of track, 19 switches, nine crossings and a 300-plus railcar capacity Official Directory

23 Port Manatee s top trade partners (sorted by tonnage) IMPORT: Costa Rica Canada Brazil Netherlands Chile Guatemala Belgium Panama Bahamas Honduras Mexico Jamaica Antilles Haiti Spain Colombia India Germany EXPORT: Costa Rica Canada Brazil Guatemala Belgium China Mexico Australia Columbia Ecuador Bahamas Honduras Japan Panama Trinidad Saudi Arabia IMPORT EXPORT Key commodities Port Manatee moves approximately 8 million tons of cargo each year, representing a diverse range of import and export commodities. Primary imports include: Tropical fruits and vegetables Citrus juices Natural gas Refined petroleum products Forest products Project cargo Aluminum and other nonferrous metals Steel Aggregates Cement Finished fertilizer products Corn Salt Primary exports include: Finished phosphate products Citrus juices Construction and road-building equipment Used vehicles LNG heat exchangers Power generation units Project cargo 21

24 Port Manatee facts (continued) Port Manatee s two Gottwald HMK 3407 mobile harbor cranes are capable of handling bulk, breakbulk, heavylift and general cargos at multiple locations Official Directory

25 Multiple cranes Port Manatee offers two Gottwald HMK 6407 mobile harbor cranes capable of handling containers, bulk, breakbulk, heavylift and general cargos at multiple berth locations. Following are crane specifications: Greatest tandem lift capability of any Florida port authority (165 tons) Lift capacity of each crane of 100 tons at 80 feet Reach capability across 13-container width Each able to move as many as 25 containers per hour Hoisting speeds of 66 feet per minute for 100 tons, 132 feet per minute for 45 tons Maximum radius each of 167 feet Height each of 131 feet Height each of 257 feet from ground with boom elevated to 36-foot radius point Eye view from operator s cab of 85 feet Operational weight each of 460 tons. Truck scale operations Port Manatee s scale house is available 24 hours a day with advance notice, with regular hours of operation of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Large laydown area Port Manatee offers approximately 70 acres of laydown area. 40-foot-draft channel Port Manatee is just 12 miles from the Egmont Key pilot station, including 2.95 miles from the intersection of Cut B with the main Tampa Bay Shipping Channel. The channel and berthing areas are maintained at the design depth of 40 feet at mean low water. The channel width at the toe of slope is 400 feet. The turning basin has a diameter of 1,300 feet, capable of accommodating Panamax vessels. Ten 40-foot-depth berths Berths 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 14 are each maintained at 40-foot design draft at mean low water. Plentiful refrigerated plugs Port Manatee offers 212 stationary refrigerated plugs plus 80 portable receptacles, for a total reefer plug capacity of 292, with installation of additional plugs planned. Abundant warehouse space Port Manatee offers more than 1 million square feet of public warehouse and office space, featuring 207,000 square feet of refrigerated space, including 30,000 square feet of freezer space. 23

26 Port Manatee facts (continued) Port Manatee encourages business development Multiple initiatives are in place in and around Port Manatee to encourage development by businesses seeking to capitalize upon proximity to the port and its facilities. Both new projects and expansion of existing facilities are supported by these initiatives. Florida International Gateway Improvement District The Florida International Gateway Improvement District is located on Tampa Bay and is inclusive of Port Manatee, east to Interstate 75, extending from the Manatee County line on the north to Buckeye Road on the south. The district generates revenues for the port area from tax increment financing. This does not mean taxes are higher, just more of the dollars generated stay focused on this specific area of the county. These dollars are deposited into the Port Manatee Improvement Trust Fund and may be used for a variety of port-related activities in the district. Planned Development Encouragement Zone Manatee County has established the Planned Development Encouragement Zone (PDEZ) to facilitate preapproval of a variety of land uses for local property owners. The PDEZ encourages port-compatible development on vacant lands in the vicinity of Port Manatee and provides an entitlement with no expiration date. This makes properties marketable for a wider variety of uses without worry of expiration of entitlements. This district is available to all property owners in the area. Clearwater St. Petersburg Spring Hill Tampa Lakeland Orland Bradenton Sarasota FTZ No. 169: 60 miles or 90-minute drive Port Charlotte Foreign-Trade Zone No. 169 The Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) program was authorized by U.S. Congress in 1934, via FTZ Act-19 USC 81a-81u, and is used to help encourage activity and value-added operations at U.S. facilities in competition with foreign alternatives. Operating under Port Manatee, FTZ No. 169 can be beneficial to companies involved in importing, exporting, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution. Examples of these benefits include deferral, reduction and possible elimination of duties, as well as cash-flow advantages and administrative fee reductions. Approved sites can be located within a 60-mile radius or 90-minute drive of Port Manatee. For further information regarding FTZ No. 169, please contact Port Manatee s trade development and sales team at Official Directory

27 Florida International Gateway (FIG) HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY The Florida International Gateway (FIG) is an area within the Florida International Gateway Improvement District which encompasses nearly 5,000 acres of largely undeveloped land adjacent to Port Manatee. The FIG area features excellent highway and rail connectivity, customized economic development incentives and expedited permitting. No other property within Florida offers more direct, extensive and beneficial incentives to attract the development of logistically focused manufacturing, processing, MANATEE COUNTY The Florida International Gateway consists of nearly 5,000 acres of largely undeveloped land near the port that is highly incentivized to attract the development of warehouses and distribution center facilities. Note: Boundaries are estimates and subject to modification. warehousing and distribution facilities. With the cooperation of the Manatee County Port Authority, Manatee County government and the State of Florida, land within the district offers an unrivaled array of incentives, effectively leveling the economic development playing field with neighboring states. Florida International Gateway Land Development Initiatives Planned Development Encouragement Zone Port Manatee Boundaries Florida International Gateway Overlay Tax Increment Financing District Economic development incentive grants An economic development incentive (EDI) grant program is available to companies creating a minimum of five high-wage jobs. The amount of the grant is customized based upon the number of jobs created and the average annual wage and is paid based on performance over a five-year period. Regional impact exemption Lands within 3 miles of Port Manatee are granted automatic exemption from State of Florida Developments of Regional Impact (DRI) program requirements. This exemption can furnish significant time and cost benefits. Rapid-response permitting Expedited review of all county permitting related to building and development in the Port Manatee area is provided by the Manatee County Economic Development Team. Transportation impact fee incentive The transportation impact fee incentive provides relief from road impact fees to expanding, new or relocating businesses that create at least five quality jobs meeting standardized criteria within the area of Port Manatee. Additional incentives Additional incentives are available through various local and state economic development agencies. 25

28 Diversification keys Port Manatee s growth Port Manatee customers move approximately 8 million tons of bulk, breakbulk, containerized, general and project/heavylift cargos each year, resulting in a regional economic impact of more than $2.3 billion annually. The collaborative success of the port and its partners in competitively meeting customers needs demonstrates why more shippers are choosing Port Manatee as their transportation home. The port s cargo diversification strategy involves handling a sweeping range of imported and exported commodities, insulating the port from extreme global market fluctuations. For nearly a half a century, Port Manatee s bulk commodity partners have served as the cornerstone of the port s portfolio, providing a vital stabilizing influence. Dry bulk cargos abound at Port Manatee. Project cargo is offloaded onto a trailer at Port Manatee s Berth Official Directory

29 Through Port Manatee, Martin Marietta imports granite which is primarily used in asphalt road construction. Kinder Morgan handles fertilizer export operations at Port Manatee for Mosaic and a variety of other bulk importers, including International Salt Co., a leading provider of salt used primarily for water softening, agriculture and chemical industries. South American forest products are another component of Port Manatee s diverse cargo mix. Port Manatee remains the largest import destination in the U.S. Southeast for South American forest products. Forest products carrier Gearbulk and its Arrow Terminals Inc./Port Manatee Forestry Terminal subsidiary lease port-owned covered storage to house lumber, plywood, drywall, fencing material and woodpulp. Gearbulk also delivers aluminum, steel and a variety of other cargos to the port from Argentina. Federal Marine Terminals handles general cargo duties for Gearbulk and World Direct Shipping at Port Manatee. As one of the port s longstanding partners, FMT is well-practiced in handling produce, forest products, automobiles, steel, paper, aluminum, containers, project cargo and more. Construction aggregates are also key dry bulk commodities. Port Manatee tenant Martin Marietta operates a proprietary, mile-long, high-speed conveyor system linking Berth 5 to a modern 20-acre aggregate terminal. The conveyor is capable of moving as many as 4,000 tons of aggregate rock per hour. 27

30 Diversification (continued) Liquid bulk commodities from asphalt to bunker fuels to not-from-concentrate citrus juices also play a major role in the port s cargo portfolio. Florida Power & Light Co. is a major consumer of natural gas imported by Gulfstream Natural Gas System LLC. FPL uses oil and natural gas to power many of its plants, including the Manatee Energy Center in nearby rural Parrish. Imports of fuel oils and diesel also are stored and handled at the port by Denver-based TransMontaigne Product Services Inc. making Port Manatee the fuel hub for a nine-county region encompassing more than 30 stores of Atlanta-based RaceTrac Petroleum Inc.. Each day, RaceTrac loads enough fuel from the Port Manatee terminal to fuel more than 20,000 Southwest Florida vehicles. Citrus juices are another significant part of the port s liquid bulk cargo mix. Citrosuco North America Inc. and Louis Dreyfus Commodities ship concentrated and not-from-concentrate juices through Port Manatee. Thousands of trucks deliver or receive citrus juice products at the port for processing plants throughout Florida every year. Another bountiful commodity at Port Manatee is fresh fruit. Fresh Del Monte Produce is the largest importer of fresh produce from Central America to Florida, bringing in palletized and containerized bananas, pineapples, mangos and plantains. Logistec USA Inc. handles all of Del Monte s containerized and palletized produce at four of the port s five coldstorage facilities. World Direct Shipping imports fruits and vegetables from the state of Veracruz, Mexico, through Port Manatee on a weekly basis. Other cargos include machinery, vehicles, lumber, paper products, juice concentrates, sugar and beer. FMT is the stevedore for World Direct Shipping. Fresh Del Monte Produce imports bananas, pineapples and other Central American fruits into Port Manatee Official Directory

31 M/V Falmouth, operated by World Direct Shipping, docks at Berth 14, bringing fruits and vegetables from Mexico. Port Manatee and its partners understand the challenges shippers face moving perishables. With 207,000 square feet of chilled warehouse space, the port offers more refrigerated space than any other U.S. Gulf of Mexico seaport. Port Manatee s modern chill facilities are ideal for year-round and seasonal fruit and vegetable imports or exports. Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication LLC is the newest addition to the Port Manatee family. The firm provides services for a full spectrum of commercial vessels from containerships and general cargo vessels to tugboats and barges trading in the Gulf region, as well as the U.S. Southeast and Caribbean. Port Manatee Commerce Center (PMCC) is a 360,000-square-foot industrial storage facility, located just outside the security gates of Port Manatee, providing office and warehouse facilities to port tenants and other local business. PMCC is connected by rail to the CSX mainline and recently completed a new rail yard, doubling its daily rail capacity to 28 cars. Port Manatee s cargo operations are strengthened by the support of shipping administrators such as Alpico International and expert vessel servicing by Sea Sub Systems Inc. Port Manatee s family of businesses continues to grow and succeed, proving again why it is the right turn on Tampa Bay. 29

32 Security is priority at Port Manatee Port Manatee s state-of-the industry access control center ensures security at the port s main entrance. Port Manatee s security department is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all employees, tenants and visitors. The force is on duty 24/7, operating from its state-of-the-industry access control center at the port s main entrance. Security personnel monitor the port s more than 1,100 acres from the high-tech center via a sophisticated surveillance system, enabling vehicles to move quickly through the port with a high level of unobtrusive scrutiny. Security personnel also patrol the port s grounds via a fleet of hybrid vehicles and monitor waterways using advanced surveillance systems and a variety of watercraft. Port Manatee s state-of-the-industry access control center ensures security at the port s main entrance. Aside from monitoring the port, Port Manatee s security department also offers security training courses, and Port Manatee is the only seaport in Florida certified to conduct the facility security officer (FSO) training required for seaport security managers. Students receive training from instructors who actively perform the FSO duties on a daily basis. The 18- hour course complies with U.S. Coast Guard training requirements and is offered quarterly. The FSO training includes a historical perspective of seaport security requirements, a review of seaport security regulations both international and domestic and in-depth training on the security assessment and security plan development process. In the decade the port has been certified to conduct this training, more than 1,000 FSO students from ports nationwide have completed the course. Port Manatee is proud to say that security professionals from throughout Florida and the nation have been trained by Port Manatee and hold its graduation certifications. Recently, Port Manatee expanded its training offerings to include the FSO refresher course. This program is designed to update graduates on the changes in U.S. Coast Guard regulations that have been put into effect as well as the impacts of those changes. This course has been conducted at Port Manatee and offsite locations including the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Port Manatee security professionals also provide other offsite training and security consulting to support ports nationwide in meeting their security requirements. Port Manatee s security department also services the local community as an approved application center for TSA Pre4. TSA Pre4 allows low-risk travelers to experience expedited, more efficient security screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints Official Directory

33 Port upholds environmental commitment Port Manatee takes pride in protecting the environment in and around Port Manatee. Port operations are guided by the Manatee County Port Authority s mission statement, which in part calls for conducting maritime-related activities in a profitable and environmentally responsible manner. All projects at the port are conducted with a commitment to the environment to ensure the ecosystem surrounding the port is not only maintained, but thrives. A proactive environmental approach has resulted in the port exceeding environmental compliance goals. Green locomotives In 2014, two green diesel-electric locomotives were deployed at Port Manatee, resulting in dramatic reductions in emissions and operating costs. The new locomotives are expected to reduce emissions of nitrous oxide and particulate matter by as much as 90 percent. Port Manatee operates its own Class III railroad with two low-emissions engines on 7 miles of port-owned track. Seagrass mitigation The Manatee County Port Authority is committed to protecting and enhancing Tampa Bay s pristine ecosystem. The port s groundbreaking seagrass mitigation program and award-winning Manbirtee Key bird sanctuary prove that nature and ports can thrivingly coexist. Drawing from a donor bed of 5.33 acres lying in the Scientific crew members work on transplanting of seagrass. path of proposed expansion dredging, more than 20 acres of new seagrass meadows now flourish in Tampa Bay waters adjacent to Port Manatee. Beginning in 2001, scientists carefully transplanted the seagrass to locations scarred by years of propeller-driven recreational boats traversing shallow bay waters. With a 400- acre environmental management area in place to protect the habitat from further scarring, seagrass now grows unimpeded. For the previous 30 years, seagrass transplantation was largely considered experimental, meeting with varying degrees of success around the world. The Port Manatee project s size and overwhelming success attracted global attention and earned several honors, including a Gulf Guardian Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency s Gulf of Mexico Program. The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) also selected the project as the Western Hemisphere s top environmental program. Manbirtee Key bird sanctuary The manmade island known as Manbirtee Key is the result of Port Manatee s original channel project in the 1960s. The port partnered with Gulfstream Natural Gas System, LLC and Audubon Florida in a multimillion-dollar project converting the dredged material island to a thriving bird sanctuary. Manbirtee Key has attracted more than 120 species of birds since its restoration more than a decade ago. The island was recontoured to suit a wide range of nesting and feeding habitats. Invasive plant species, overgrown vegetation and predators (such as raccoons, possums and snakes) were removed from the island. Manbirtee Key offers a variety of nesting and feeding habitats to a wide array of birds 31

34 Port Manatee engages with community The Port Manatee tram tour is offered Monday and Wednesday mornings from October through May. Port offers free tram tours to public Port Manatee offers free public tours to anyone who would like a behind-the-scenes look at the port. Port Manatee tram tours include knowledgeable tour guides, fantastic views of Tampa Bay and up-close encounters with large, oceangoing ships. The tour season begins in mid-october and ends in May. Tours take place Mondays and Wednesdays at 10 a.m. and last approximately one hour. Schools, clubs and civic groups are welcome. The tram can accommodate as many as 75 guests. Tours may be booked at the port s website. For groups larger than 10 people, please call the port at Port supports local service organizations Port Manatee employees participate in local service organizations throughout the year, maintaining a high level of involvement in the community. Port Manatee employees voluntarily assist in the Palmetto Rotary Club s annual Christmas event for local children Official Directory

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36 Port Manatee facilities and map A E PINEY POINT ROAD BERTH 11 BERTH 5 BERTH 4 BAY STREET BERTH 6 BERTH 7 A 14 BERTH 10 BERTH 9 10 BERTH TAMPA BAY WAY DEL MONTE WAY EASTERN AVE. 11 A 5 B B 5 6 NORTH DOCK STREET REEDER ROAD BERTH INTERMODAL YARD A BERTH Official Directory

37 TENANTS & FACILITIES C SOUTH DOCK STREET F HARLEE ROAD Port Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication 2... Argos 3... Vulcan Materials Company 4... Kinder Morgan 5... TransMontaigne Product Services Inc./ TransMontaigne Coastal Tug & Barge 6... TransMontaigne Laboratories 7... Anchor House Mission 8... FMT Shop 9... Transit Shed # Berth 8 Pad American Cement Co Port Manatee Scrap Metal Transit Shed # Alpico International Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Transit Shed #7 Harris Intermodal Complex Port Manatee Forestry Terminal (PMFT) Transit Shed # Transit Shed #9 World Direct Shipping Office Transit Shed # US Customs and Border Protection US Department of Agriculture Cruise Terminal Port Manatee Administration Offices Logistec USA Inc. Chill Transit Shed # Fresh Del Monte Produce Office Fresh Del Monte Produce Chill Transit Shed # Chill Transit Shed # Container Yard w/reefer Plugs Port Manatee Open Storage Zone B Truck Queuing/Storage FPL/Transtate Pipeline CSX Interchange Tracks Intermodal Building MCPA Chambers Operations & Maintenance Building Vulcan Conveyor Truck Queuing Facilities Access Control Center Scale House Supplemental Parking/Tour Parking B&N Welding & Fabrication, Inc Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Port Manatee Commerce Center Transit Shed # Transit Shed # Martin Marietta Materials Aggregate Yard Vecenergy Martin Marietta Conveyor System Air Products Intermodal Yard Laydown Area w/reefer Plugs 35

38 BERTHS 4 & 5 Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics, Inc. BERTHS 4 & 5 Berth ft. Berth ft. 40-ft. draft 130-ft. asphalt apron Rail service Dry bulk Public Conveyor systems (private): 1,440 ft. 60-inch belt, 4,000 ton per hour capacity 4,900 ft. 48-inch belt 4,000 ton per hour capacity Transit Shed #3: 35,000 sq.-ft. Dry storage Public Official Directory

39 BERTHS 6 & 7 BERTH 6 BERTH ft. 1,458 ft. cont. with adjacent Berth 7 40-ft. draft 100-ft. asphalt apron Rail service Dry bulk, liquid bulk and break bulk Public Port-owned covered conveyor system to private cement mill with two silos Private office space 750 ft. (1,458 ft. cont. with Berth 6) 40-ft. draft and 100-ft. asphalt apron Petroleum pipeline to tank farm Rail service Two fixed gantry conveyor loaders,1,200 ton per hour capacity Dry bulk, liquid bulk and break bulk Public Transit Shed #2: 115,000 sq. ft. dockside warehousing featuring 30,000 sq. ft. freeze, 25,000 sq. ft. chill; (55,000 sq. ft. combined chill) 60,000 sq. ft. ambient Public/leased Kinder-Morgan: 235,000 sq. ft. private dry warehouses 37

40 BERTH 8 BERTH ft. 40 ft. draft 120 ft. asphalt apron Petroleum pipeline to tank farm Dockside bunkering Pneumatic cement discharge system below dock surface, connecting 4 silos with 50,000-ton capacity General cargo, containers, break bulk, freeze, chill, liquid bulk and project cargo Public Transit Shed #1: 28,000 sq. ft. dockside warehouse for dry storage with 4,000 sq. ft. office/leased Public Transit Shed #2: 115,000 sq. ft. dockside warehousing featuring 30,000 sq. ft. freeze and 25,000 sq. ft. chill (55,000 sq. ft. combined chill) 60,000 sq. ft. ambient Public/leased Transit Shed #7/Harris Intermodal Complex: 127,000 sq. ft. warehouse located 130 yards from dock 30,000 sq. ft. chill 92,000 sq. ft. ambient with 5,000 sq. ft. office/leased Public Official Directory

41 BERTHS 9 & 10 Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics, Inc. BERTH ft. (1,527 ft. continuous with Berth 10), 40 ft. draft RO/RO ramp at east end 100-ft. concrete/asphalt apron Petroleum pipeline to tank farms Dockside bunkering Rail service RO/RO, general cargo, break bulk, containers, liquid bulk and project cargo Public Transit Shed #9: 171,000 sq. ft. dry warehouse including 5,000 sq. ft. of office space/leased Transit Shed #10: 140,000 sq. ft. dry warehouse. Public/leased Transit Shed #5: 5,000 sq. ft. dry warehouse. Public/leased Cruise Embarkation Terminal: 25,000 sq. ft. Public BERTH ft. (1,527 ft. continuous with Berth 9), 40 ft. draft 100 ft. concrete/asphalt apron Petroleum pipeline to tank farms Dockside bunkering General cargo, containers, liquid bulk and break bulk Public Transit Shed #4/Port Manatee Main Office: 30,000 sq. ft. multi-use facility including two 7,500 sq. ft. chill rooms/leased 15,000 sq. ft. dry storage 15,000 sq. ft. office/leased Public/leased 39

42 BERTH 11 Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics, Inc. BERTH ft., 40 ft. draft 75 ft. asphalt apron General cargo, break bulk, containers and liquid bulk Public Transit Shed #6 58,000 sq. ft. chill warehouse with five independently temperature-controlled rooms totaling 47,000 sq. ft. and 11,000 sq. ft. of office/shop Public/leased Transit Shed #8 60,000 sq. ft. chill warehouse with six independently temperature controlled rooms Public/obligated Official Directory

43 BERTHS 12 & 14 Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics, Inc. BERTHS 12 & 14 Berth ft. Berth ft. 40 ft/ draft with 120 ft. apron General Cargo and Containers 10 acre Phase 1 intermodal yard 2013 Public Transit Shed #11: 174,000 sq.ft. dry warehouse Public/leased Future Development: 52 acres of adjacent available land 41

44 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Index ACCOUNTANTS AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION AIRPORT OPERATORS ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS ASSOCIATIONS & CLUBS ATTORNEYS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES BANKS BOAT CHARTER/SEA LAUNCH SERVICES BUNKERING CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, MARINE CONSULATES CONSULTANTS, MARINE CONTAINERS CRANE SERVICES DIVERS & MARINE SALVAGERS DREDGING DRUMS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ELECTRICAL SERVICES, MARINE ELECTRONICS, MARINE ENGINEERING, MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTECHNICAL ENG ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, MARINE EXPORT PACKING & RIGGING FOREIGN TRADE ZONE FREIGHT CONSOLIDATORS/NVOCCS FREIGHT FORWARDERS/CUSTOMS BROKERS GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES GROUND TRANSPORTATION HOTELS INSURANCE INSURANCE, CARGO INSURANCE, MARINE LABOR ORGANIZATIONS LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT LINE HANDLERS LINER SERVICE MACHINING & FABRICATING MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY PILOTAGE PIPELINE OPERATORS PORT AUTHORITY ATTORNEY RAIL CARRIERS REALTORS RESTAURANTS SECURITY GUARD SERVICE SERVICES, MARINE SERVICES, SECURITY SHIP CHANDLERS SHIP REPAIR/SHIPYARDS SHIPPING AGENTS/LINES STEVEDORES SURVEYORS, MARINE TAXI SERVICES TERMINAL OPERATORS TOWING TRUCKING VESSEL FUELING COMPANIES WAREHOUSING & STORAGE ACCOUNTANTS Shinn & Company LLC rd Ave. W., Suite 500 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION ABS Air Conditioning 7402 N. 56th St., Suite 520 Tampa, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Drymon Refrigeration & Construction Inc th Ave. Drive E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Griffin Service Corp. 606 N. Gilchrist Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Krauss Company of Florida th Ave. N. Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) McMullen Air Conditioning Refrigeration Service th St. N. St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Southern Equipment Corporation 1401 U.S. Highway 301 N. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) AIRPORT OPERATORS Airport Manatee U.S. Highway 41 N. Tel (941) Orlando International Airport Greater Orlando Aviation Authority 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd. Orlando, FL Tel (407) St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport Terminal Blvd., Suite 221 Clearwater, FL Tel (727) Sarasota Bradenton International Airport 6000 Airport Circle Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Southwest Florida International Airport Terminal Access Road Fort Myers, FL Tel (239) Tampa Executive Airport 6582 Eureka Springs Road Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Tampa International Airport Hillsborough County Aviation Authority P.O. Box 22287, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Wimauma Air Park Wimauma, FL Tel (813) ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS AECOM 7650 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 400 Miami, FL Tel (305) Cell (305) Atkins Ports & Coastal Division 2639 N. Monroe St., Building C Tallahassee, FL Tel (850) Fax (850) Cardno TBE 380 Park Place Blvd., Suite 300 Clearwater, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) CH2M Hill 4350 W. Cypress St., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Official Directory

45 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Horton, Harley & Carter Inc. 715 S. Howard Ave., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Moffatt & Nichol 1509 W. Swann Ave., Suite 225 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Wilhelmsen Callenberg Inc S.W. 28th Way Fort Lauderdale, FL Tel (954) Fax (954) ASSOCIATIONS & CLUBS Anchor House Mission Eastern Ave. Tel (941) Fax (941) Blalock Walters, P.A th St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Fowler, White, Boggs & Banker, P.A. 501 E. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 1700 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gray Robinson 401 East Jackson St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Lau, Lane, Pieper, Conley & McCreadie 100 S. Ashley Drive, Suite 1700 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Porges, Hamlin, Knowles, Prouty P.A Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Richard C. Reinhart, P.A th St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz & Getzen 200 S. Orange Ave. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES The Pasha Group 4040 Civic Center Drive, Suite 350 San Rafael. CA Tel (415) Fax (415) Port Manatee Propeller Club P.O. Box 7300 Sun City, FL Tel (941) Port Manatee Tenants Association 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 2 Tel (941) Fax (941) Port of Tampa Propeller Club P.O. Box Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Sarasota International Business Council 1945 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Lewis, Longman & Walker 101 Riverfront Blvd., Suite 620 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Phelps Dunbar 100 S. Ashley Drive, Suite 1900 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) BANKS Bank of America th Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) BB&T Downtown Bradenton BBC th St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Florida s Premier Fleet of Yachts Tampa Bay Pilots Association 1825 Sahlman Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ATTORNEYS Abrahamson & Uiterwyk 900 W. Platt St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Available for Private Charters out of Port Manatee (813) YachtStarShip.com Home Docks: Tampa & Clearwater 43

46 BUSINESS DIRECTORY BMO Harris Bank 4502 Cortez Road W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) C1 Bank Braden River Banking Center 6000 State Road 70 E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax( 941) Fifth Third Bank of Florida 50 Central Ave., Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) First America Bank 410 8th Ave. W., Tel (941) Fax (941) Florida Central Credit Union 701 9th St. W., Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Hancock Bank 4770 State Road 64 E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Regions Bank 100 N. Tampa St., Suite 3400 Tampa, FL Tel (800) SunTrust 1777 Main St. Suite 200 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Wells Fargo 303 9th Street W., Bradenton, FL Tel (941) BOAT CHARTER/ SEA LAUNCH SERVICES Sea Sub Systems Offshore Service, Inc. PO Box 1204 Indian Rocks Beach, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Yacht StarShip Dining Cruises 603 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL Tel (813) BUNKERING Midstream Fuel Service 1001 McClosky Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Port Consolidated Inc Denver St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce 5313 Gulf Drive N. Holmes Beach, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce 1945 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce 9040 Town Center Parkway Lakewood Ranch, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Longboat Key Chamber of Commerce 5570 Gulf of Mexico Drive Longboat Key, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Manatee Chamber of Commerce 4215 Concept Court Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) South Shore Chamber of Commerce 137 Harbor Village Lane Apollo Beach, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL Drymon Refrigeration & Construction Inc th Ave. Drive E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Halfacre Construction Company 7015 Professional Parkway East Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Quest Corporation of America Inc Northdale Blvd., Suite 242 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Woodruff & Sons Inc st St. E. P.O. Box Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Official Directory

47 BUSINESS DIRECTORY CONSTRUCTION, MARINE American Bridge Company 5430 W. Tyson Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Great Lakes Dredge & Dock 2122 York Road Oak Brook, IL Tel (630) Fax (630) Hendry Corporation 1650 Hemlock St. Tampa, FL PO Box Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hennessy Construction Svcs. Corp nd St. N. St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Orion Marine Construction Inc W. Tyson Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Quest Corporation of America, Inc Northdale Blvd., Suite 242 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) CONSULATES Argentina, Consulate General of 1101 Brickell Ave. North Tower Suite 900 Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Brazil, Consulate of 80 S.W. 8th St., 26th Floor Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Chile, Consulate General of 1300 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 1130 Houston, TX Tel (713) Fax (713) Denmark & Norway, Consulate of 202 S. Rome Ave., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax Ecuador, Consulate of 117 N.W. 42nd Ave. Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Mexico Consulate 2550 Technology Drive Orlando, FL Tel (407) Fax (407) Panama, Consulate General of 5775 Blue Lagoon Drive Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Sweden Consulate 3801 Bay to Bay Blvd. W., Tampa, FL (813) Fax (813) CONSULTANTS, MARINE AECOM Ports & Marine 800 Douglas Entrance North Tower, 2nd Floor Coral Gables, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Aegir Port Property Advisers 299 Alhambra Circle, Suite 402 Coral Gables, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) A.R. Savage & Son, LLC 202 S. Rome Ave. Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Atkins Ports & Coastal Division 2639 N. Monroe St., Building C Tallahassee, FL Tel (850) Fax (850) CH2M Hill 4350 W. Cypress St., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813)

48 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Clark Manco International, Inc. 943 Allegro Lane, Suite 10 Apollo Beach, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gahagan & Bryant Associates, Inc W. Bay to Bay Blvd., Suite B-22 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gibbons & Company Inc. P.O. Box 1133 McLean, VA Tel (202) Golder Associates Inc W. Lemon St., Suite 208 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Harden Marine Associates, Inc. 202 S. 22nd St., Suite 203 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) J. Cortina, Inc. 603 E. Jackson St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Maritime Consultants P.O. Box 324, Tampa, FL Tel (813) P.L. Marine Survey Co Wyatt Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Quest Corporation of America, Inc Northdale Blvd., Suite 242 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) R K Johns & Associates 200 W. 57th St., Suite 907 New York, NY Tel (212) Fax (212) Robert J. Dlouhy P.O. Box 40 Odessa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) URS Corporation 7650 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Vivian White, Maritime Consultants P.O. Box 324 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Volkert & Associates 1408 N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) CONTAINERS Fresh Del Monte Produce 200 Del Monte Way, Tel (941) Fax (941) World Direct Shipping 600 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 5 Tel (941) Fax (941) Official Directory

49 BUSINESS DIRECTORY CRANE SERVICES Bigge Crane & Rigging 2400 Maury Street Richmond, VA Tel (804) Certified Slings Inc Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Crane Rental Corp. 170 N. Goldenrod Road Orlando, FL Tel (407) Diversified Lifting Systems Inc Distribution Drive Tampa, FL Tel (800) Tel (813) Fax (813) Edwards Moving & Rigging S.E. Flora Ave. Hobe Sound, FL Tel (863) Herndon Brothers 180 U.S. 90 West Jacksonville, FL Tel (904) Fax (904) Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation 5725 Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hydraulic Machinery 5024 N. 56th St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Weeks Marine Inc. 4 Commerce Drive, 2nd Floor Cranford, NJ Tel (908) Fax (908) DIVERS & MARINE SALVAGERS Bowman Diving Corporation PO Box 66 Cortez, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Dive-Tech International Inc th Ave. N. Pinellas Park, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) SGS Tampa, LLC th St. Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Weeks Marine Inc. 4 Commerce Drive, 2nd Floor Cranford, NJ Tel (908) Fax (908) DREDGING Dredgemonster A division of C&M Roadbuilders,Inc rd St E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Cell (813) Great Lakes Dredge & Dock 2122 York Road, Suite 200 Oak Brook, IL Tel (630) Fax (630) Hendry Corporation 1650 Hemlock St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) DRUMS Port Consolidated Inc SE 14th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL Tel (954) Fax (954) Port Consolidated Inc Denver St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Bradenton Area Economic Development Corp Concept Court Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Charlotte County Economic Development Office Murdock Circle, Suite 502 Port Charlotte, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Logistec USA Inc. 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 2 Tel (941) Fax (941) Ray Anthony International, LLC th St. N., Pinellas, Fl Tel (813) Fax (813) Sims Crane & Equipment Company, Inc Highway 301 N. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813)

50 BUSINESS DIRECTORY City of North Port Economic Development 4970 City Hall Boulevard North Port, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Enterprise Florida Inc. 201 N. Franklin St., Suite 201 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Enterprise Florida Inc. 800 N. Magnolia Ave., Suite 1100 Orlando, FL Tel (407) Fax (407) Sarasota County Economic Development Corp 2601 Cattleman Road, Suite 102 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Sarasota International Business Council 1945 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Tampa Bay Partnership 4300 W. Cypress St., Suite 250 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) NOT JUST GETTING OUR FEET WET. OVER 25 YEARS OF IN-DEPTH EXPERIENCE ASSISTING FLORIDA S DEEP-WATER PORTS, AIRPORTS AND TRANSPORTATION AGENCIES. ELECTRICAL SERVICES, MARINE Gulf Marine Repair Corporation 1800 Grant St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Suncoast Electrical Supply, Inc Sagasta St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Volkert & Associates 3409 W. Lemon St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ELECTRONICS, MARINE Bay Armature and Pump Inc N. 43rd St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Consolidated Electrical Distributors th St. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Mackay Marine 1236 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A. understands the unique needs of Florida s deep-water ports, their tenants and other users. We work with state, federal and local agencies and governments every day bringing you a real understanding of administrative rules, environmental regulations, processes, procedures and people at every level. For more information contact: Jennifer R. Cowan TAMPA BAY JACKSONVILLE MEMBER OF TALLAHASSEE WEST PALM BEACH Scan to learn more about our Transportation & Infrastructure Practice. Siemens Industry Inc. Building Technologies 3021 N. Commerce Parkway Miramar, FL Tel (954) Fax (866) buildingtechnologies Sound Marine Electronics Inc S. 22nd St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ENGINEERING, MARINE AECOM Ports & Marine 800 Douglas Entrance North Tower, 2nd Floor Coral Gables, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Atkins Ports & Coastal Division 2639 N. Monroe St., Building C Tallahassee, FL Tel (850) Fax (850) CH2M Hill 4350 W. Cypress St., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Gahagan & Bryant Associates Inc W. Bay to Bay Blvd., Suite B-22 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Stantec 6900 Professional Parkway E., Suite 100 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) URS Corporation 7650 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ENVIRONMENTAL & GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Ambient Technologies Inc Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Official Directory

51 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Apollo Environmental Inc U.S. Highway. 41 S. Gibsonton, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ATC Associates Inc Thompson Center Court Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Dunkelberger Engineering and Testing, Inc A Terracon Company 8260 Vico Court, Unit B Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Environmental Engineering Consultants 5119 N. Florida Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (800) Fax (813) E Q Florida 7202 E. 8th Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ERM-Southeast Inc Hampton Oaks Parkway, Suite D Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gannett Fleming Endeavor Way, Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Golder Associates Inc W. Lemon St., Suite 208 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Howco Environmental Services 3701 Central Ave.St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) K2 Engineering Inc US Hwy. 301 S. Riverview, FL Tel (813) Moretrench Environmental Corp Fern Hill Drive Riverview, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Southeast Environmental Solutions Inc. 801 N. Park Road Plant City, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Stantec 6900 Professional Parkway E., Suite 100 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) URS Corporation 7650 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP Diversified Environmental Services Inc N. 22nd St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Professional Service Industries Inc. (PSI) 5801 Benjamin Center Drive, Suite 112 Tampa, FL Tel (941) Fax (813) Port Manatee Propeller Club 2014 Southeast Region Port of the Year The Port Manatee Propeller Club represents more than 100 Tampa Bay area maritime professionals. The chapter meets monthly for dinner meetings at the Bradenton Yacht Club. PORT MANATEE PROPELLER CLUB P.O. Box 7300 Sun City, FL

52 BUSINESS DIRECTORY SWS Environmental First Response 901 McClosky Blvd., Tampa, FL Tel (800) Fax (813) EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, MARINE Amazon Hose & Rubber 1103 N. 50th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Briggs Equipment 3915 N. U.S. Highway 301 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) First Choice Marine Supply, Inc. 120 N. 20th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Florida Detroit Diesel Allison 8411 Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Goodyear Rubber Products th St. E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc S. Dock Street Tel (941) Fax (813) Gulf Coast Power Inc th Court E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Gulf Marine and Industrial Supplies 5582 Commercial Blvd. Winter Haven, FL Tel (863) Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation 5725 Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hydradyne Hydraulics LLC 3001 N. 50th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Kloeckner Metals 907 S. 20th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Ring Power Fern Hill Drive Riverview, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Sunbelt Rentals th St. E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Cell (941) W & O Supply Inc rd St. N., Unit B Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Official Directory

53 BUSINESS DIRECTORY West Marine 8th Ave Shopping Center Tel (941) EXPORT PACKING & RIGGING Certified Slings Inc Adamo Drive, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Diversified Lifting Systems Inc Distribution Drive Tampa, FL Tel (800) Tel (813) Fax (813) FOREIGN TRADE ZONE Port Manatee Foreign-Trade Zone No Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) International Freight Experts st St. E Myakka City, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) FREIGHT CONSOLIDATORS/ NVOCCS Cargo Care, LLC Kensington Park Ave. Riverview, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Alpico International Eastern Ave. Tel (941) Fax (941) A.R. Savage & Son, LLC 202 S. Rome Ave., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) East Logistics, Inc Gunn Highway, Suite B Tampa, FL Tel (813) Farris Customs Brokers Inc N. Tamiami Trail, Suite 31 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Hasty Air Freight Inc. P.O. Box Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) J. Cortina Inc. 603 E. Jackson St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Sack & Menendez Inc E. 4th Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES City of Palmetto 516 8th Ave. W., Tel (941) Fax (941) Federal Maritime Commission 800 N. Capitol St., N.W. Washington, DC Tel (202) Fax (202) Florida Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Emergency Response N. Telecom Parkway Temple Terrace, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) State Warning National Response Center Florida Department of Transportation District N. Broadway Ave. Bartow, FL Tel (800) Fax (863) Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Division of Law Enforcement Tel (863) Tel (888) International Freight Experts st St. E Myakka City, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) FREIGHT FORWARDERS/ CUSTOMS BROKERS Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association, Inc 8181 NW 14th St., Suite 300 Doral, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) A.J. Arango Inc E. 8th Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) One Terracon Terracon is now providing more expertise and services to Port Manatee. Now with 10 offices in Florida, we have more resources to better serve your needs. We thank you for your trust and partnership. Locally serving Port Manatee (941) terracon.com/sarasota Environmental Facilities Geotechnical Materials 51

54 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Stock Enhancement Research Facility Harlee Road Tel (941) Fax (941) Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) National Weather Service th Ave. S.E., Ruskin, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District 6320 S. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services 5524 W. Cypress St. Tampa, FL Tel (800) U.S. Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg 600 8th Ave. S.E. St. Petersburg, FL Sector General Number: (727) U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Manatee 400 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) U.S. Department of Commerce Tampa Bay Export Assistance Center th St. N., Suite Clearwater, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Vessel Sanitation Program 1850 Eller Dr., Suite 101 Fort Lauderdale, FL Tel (954) Fax (954) U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration West Building 1200 New Jersey Ave., S.E. Washington, DC Tel MARAD, GROUND TRANSPORTATION Super Shuttle Court N. St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Toll Free Marine One Transportation Inc E. Gordon St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) HOTELS Comfort Inn St. Court E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Official Directory

55 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Courtyard by Marriott 850 University Drive Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Courtyard By Marriott Bradenton Sarasota Riverfront 100 Riverfront Blvd. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Days Inn Historical Downtown Bradenton St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Days Inn I St. Circle E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) America s Best Value Inn th St. Circle E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Guesthouse International th St. E. Ellenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Hampton Inn Ellenton Court E. Ellenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Holiday Inn Express th St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Ramada Ltd th St. E., Ellenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Residence Inn by Marriott 1040 University Parkway Sarasota, FL Tel (800) Fax (941) Sleep Inn & Suites th St. East Ellenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) SpringHill Suites Sarasota 1020 University Parkway Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Sarasota Suites 7251 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) INSURANCE Arthur J. Gallagher & Company P.O. Box , Atlanta, GA Tel (305) Boyd Insurance & Investment Services Inc. 717 Manatee Ave. W., Suite 300 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Florida League of Cities P.O. Box 1757, Tallahassee, FL Tel (407) Hugh Wood Inc th Ave., Suite 1610 Seattle, WA Tel (206) MGA Insurance Group 8430 Enterprise Circle Lakewood Ranch, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) INSURANCE, CARGO Seven Seas Insurance Company Inc. 5 E. 11th Street Riviera Beach, FL Tel (561) INSURANCE, MARINE Aon Risk Services Inc. of Florida 7650 W. Courtney Campbell Causeway, Suite 1000 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Arthur J. Gallagher Co NW 41st St., Suite 200 Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) years of Faithful Service to Port Manatee Best Western St. Circle E., Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Longboat Key Hilton 4711 Gulf of Mexico Drive Longboat Key, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Motel th St. Circle E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Reaching the world through Port Manatee on land and sea Eastern Ave. PH:

56 BUSINESS DIRECTORY BB&T Insurance Services 111 8th Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (855) Boyd Insurance & Investment Services Inc. 717 Manatee Ave. W., Suite 300 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Brown & Brown of Florida Inc 3101 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite 400 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Des Champs & Gregory & Hayes Inc Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) J. Cortina, Inc. 603 E. Jackson St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Kitchner & Pierro Company Inc th St. W., Suite 7 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Lykes Insurance Inc. 400 N. Tampa St., Suite 2200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) M. E. Wilson Insurance Co. 300 W. Platt St., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Moore, Fowinkle & Schroer Agency Inc rd Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Nationwide Insurance & Financial th St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) RTI Insurance Services 6371 Business Blvd., Suite 200 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) LABOR ORGANIZATIONS International Longshoremen s Association 703 E. Harrison St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Marine Engineers Beneficial Association 4333 S. 50th St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT Sea Safe Services Inc Trenton St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Solution One Maritime, LLC 2721 E. Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Port Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication, LLC Full Service Topside Ship Repair Steel Fabrication / Pipe System Repair - Installations Maintenance Contractors Industrial / Chemical / Utility Machine Shop Specializing In Deep Well Pump and Mechanical Repairs 24 Hour Service / 7 Days A Week Frank Kerney Jim Braukman Piney Point Rd. Office: Fax: manateeshiprepair.com Official Directory

57 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wilhelmsen Ship Services 1212 N. 39th St., Suite 404 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) LINE HANDLERS Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) LINER SERVICES Fresh Del Monte Produce 200 Del Monte Way Tel (941) Fax (941) Gearbulk Inc Bayport Drive, Suite 450 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) World Direct Shipping 600 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 5 Tel (941) Fax (941) MACHINING & FABRICATING Dixie Southern nd Street Circle East, Unit 101 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Padgett-Swann Machinery Co., Inc th Ave. S., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Pratt Industries, Inc W. Bay Drive, Suite 4 Belleair Bluffs, FL Tel Fax Runkel Diesel Marine Inc Palm Brush Trail, Bradenton, FL Tel (941) MISCELLANEOUS AECOM Ports & Marine 800 Douglas Entrance North Tower, 2nd Floor Coral Gables, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Anchor House Mission Eastern Avenue Tel (941) Fax (941) Anthony Crane Construction & Hauling Inc th St., Pinellas Park, FL Tel (941) Atkins Ports & Coastal Division 2639 N. Monroe St., Building C Tallahassee, FL Tel (850) Fax (850) Callaghan Tire/Dan Callaghan Enterprises th Ave. E., Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Serving the Tampa Bay Maritime Community Since 1886 Leading the Way on Tampa Bay WE PROVIDE TURNKEY SOLUTIONS FOR HEAVY CIVIL MARINE PROJECTS Orion Marine Group is your single source for custom turnkey solutions across a broad range of heavy civil marine construction and specialty services. We offer expertise in design/build for marine transportation facilities, pipelines, and environmental structures, as well as dredging waterways, channels, and ports, plus environmental dredging. Heavy civil marine services include: Salvage Demolition Surveying Towing Restoration Diving Underwater Inspection Hydraulic & Mechanical Dredging Safety Efficiency Technology For custom solutions on, over, and under the water, call Orion Marine Group today Tampa Bay Pilots Association 1825 Sahlman Drive, Tampa, FL Phone Fax: Committed to Excellence Dedicated to Service Gulf Coast Atlantic Seaboard West Coast Alaska Canada Caribbean Basin 55

58 BUSINESS DIRECTORY CH2M Hill 4350 W. Cypress St., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Citrosuco North America Inc State Road 60 E. Lake Wales, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Clearwater Shipping P.O. Box 2905 Riverview, FL Tel (813) Cothron Construction Services Inc Shady Acres Road Dover, FL Tel (813) Fillette Green Shipping Services 3333 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 207 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) o0 Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc Eastern Ave., Suite 5 Tel (813) Tel (813) Fax (813) Gulfstream Natural Gas System, LLC 4610 Buckeye Rd. Tel (941) Fax (941) Heritage Operating L.P E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, FL Tel (813) JoMar Real Estate Services 1180 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Suite 801-A Clearwater, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Louis Dreyfus Citrus Inc. 355 S. 9th Street Winter Garden, FL Tel (407) Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) Martin Marietta Materials Port Manatee Terminal 4101 Maritime Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Mike s Septic Tank Service Inc U.S. Highway 41 N., Tel (941) Morton Salt Inc U.S. Highway 41 N Tel (941) Port Dolphin Energy LLC 400 N. Tampa St., Suite 1050 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Port Manatee Forestry Terminal Inc. 600 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) Port Manatee Scrap Metal Harlee Road Tel ((941) Quest Corporation of America Inc Northdale Blvd., Suite 242 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Servpro nd St. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Sunbelt Rentals th St. E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Morgan Stanley 2 N. Tamiami Trail, Suite 1100 Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Stantec provides a full-range of multidisciplinary environmental and engineering consulting services on projects for new or existing ports and marine terminals. Mike Burton, CEP Principal (914) x 488 Marcel Deveau Principal (902) Sysco Food Services th St. E. Tel (941) Fax (941) The Mosaic Company Atria Corporate Center, Suite E Campus Drive Plymouth, MN Tel (763) Design with community in mind stantec.com Official Directory

59 BUSINESS DIRECTORY U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Manatee 400 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) Vecenergy P.O. Box Fort Lauderdale, FL Tel (954) Fax (954) Waste Pro of Florida Inc th St. E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Wilhelmsen Ships Service Inc New Century Drive Pasadena, TX Tel (281) World Container Services, LLC 3785 N.W. 82nd Ave., Suite 106 Doral, FL Tel (305) World Ship Supply LLC 5415 Longleaf St. Jacksonville, FL Tel (904) PHOTOGRAPHY Aerial Innovations Inc W. Azeele St. Tampa, FL Tel (800) Fax (813) Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics 3249 San Mateo St. Clearwater, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Gary W. Sweetman Photography & Digital Imaging, Inc Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton, FL Tel (800) Fax (941) Ted West Photography th Ave. E. Tel (941) PILOTAGE Tampa Bay Pilots Association 1825 Sahlman Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) PIPELINE OPERATORS Gulfstream Natural Gas System LLC 1905 Intermodal Circle, Suite 310 Tel (941) Fax (941) FPL/Transtate Industrial Pipeline Systems Reeder Road, Tel (941) Fax (941) PORT AUTHORITY ATTORNEY Lewis, Longman & Walker 101 Riverfront Blvd., Suite 620 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Shipping 57

60 BUSINESS DIRECTORY RAIL CARRIERS CSX Transportation 5656 Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) REALTORS Coastal Strategies & Investments (Lic. BK510864) Steve Toner, MBA, MPA, Broker/Consultant Commercial / Industrial / Land / FTZ Tel Fax Terry Eastman Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT Commercial Broker Associate Industrial and Warehousing Industrial and Commercial Land Cell Janet K. Robinson CCIM Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT Commercial Director Office and Industrial Tel Sharon Graham PA Keller Williams of Manatee Manufacturing, Distribution, Warehouse Automation Commercial and Residential Tel Cell SVN Commercial Advisory Group 1626 Ringling Boulevard, Suite 500 Sarasota, Florida Tel (941) Fax (941) SECURITY GUARD SERVICE Martinez and Company, Inc. PO Box Tampa, FL Tel (941) SERVICES, MARINE Diversified Environmental Services Inc N. 22nd St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Dive-Tech International Inc. P.O. Box 3177, Pinellas Park, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Florida Boiler Sales & Service Inc Morning Dove Place Wesley Chapel, FL Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Florida Detroit Diesel Allison 8411 Adamo Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Griffin Service Corp. 606 N. Gilchrist Ave., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gulf Coast Power Inc Court E. Sarasota, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Hydradyne Hydraulics LLC 3001 N. 50th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gannett Fleming Endeavor Way Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Interbay Air Compressors Inc S. Westshore Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Intertek Caleb Brett 4951-A E. Adamo Drive, Suite 130 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) SGS Tampa, LLC th St. Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) We know the importance of water, and we work each day to safeguard it. Mosaic understands what it means to be good stewards of our water supply. Over the last 20 years, Mosaic s Florida operations have decreased groundwater use by more than 50 percent. Today, we recycle or reuse approximately 90 percent of the water at our Florida phosphate facilities. We re continually seeking new ways to further reduce our water usage, and to preserve vital resources well into the future. We help the world grow the food it needs. mosaicco.com/florida mosaicinmanatee.com Official Directory

61 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Southern Equipment Corporation 1401 U.S. Highway 301 N. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) SWS Environmental First Response 901 McClosky Blvd., Tampa, FL Tel (800) Fax (813) Wilhelmsen Ships Service 1212 N. 39 St., Suite 404, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) SERVICES, SECURITY The Mariner Group, LLC 1301 Gervais St., Suite 502 Columbia, SC Tel (803) SHIP CHANDLERS Arthur J. Gallagher Co N.W. 41st St., Suite 200 Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Best of the Bay Inc. 111 Field Lane Seffner, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Florida Ship Supply Co. P.O. Box 76083, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hellenic Ship Supply Inc Channelside Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Heritage Propane 5307 E. Hanna Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) J.H. Williams Oil Co. Inc th St. E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Cell Oceanwide International Trading, Inc E. Washington St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Poston Marine 7828 Causeway Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Sea Safe Services Inc Trenton St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Ship Supply of Florida Inc NW 7th Ave., Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) Sysco Food Services th St. E. Tel (941) Fax (941) Thermal Tech Inc th Commerce Park Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) W&O Supply Inc rd St. N., Unit B Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) As a global leader integrating engineering, design and program management services, we connect knowledge and experience across our global network of experts to help clients solve their most complex challenges for the ports and marine industry. 59

62 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Waste Management of Manatee County st St. E. Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) SHIP REPAIR/SHIPYARDS Gulf Marine Repair Corporation 1800 Grant St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hendry Corporation 1650 Hemlock St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hydrex, LLC 604 Druid Rd E Clearwater, FL Tel: (727) Fax: (727) www. hydrex.be International Ship Repair 1616 Penny St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication 210 National Street Tel (908) Tel (727) Runkel Diesel Marine Inc th St., E, Unit 5 Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) SGS Tampa, LLC th St. Largo, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Tampa Bay Shipbuilding & Repair Company 1130 McClosky Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) SHIPPING AGENTS/LINES A.R. Savage & Son, LLC 202 S. Rome Ave., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Carolina Shipping Co., LP 9550 Regency Square Blvd., Suite 700 Jacksonville, FL Tel (904) Fax (904) Hapag-Lloyd USA, LLC 401 E. Jackson St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Inchcape Shipping Services 1107 E. Jackson St., Suite 105 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (866) International Shipholding Corp. 601 S Harbour Island Blvd., Suite 200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Moran Shipping 235 Apollo Beach Blvd., Suite 410 Apollo Beach, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) North American General Agents Inc. 442 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 290 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Norton Lilly International Inc. 442 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 290 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Norton Lilly Interntional Inc. 120 Mallard St. Suite 150 St. Rose, LA Tel (985) Fax (985) Nova International Shipping Services 111 Veteran s Memorial Blvd. Metairie, LA Tel (813) Fax (813) Official Directory

63 BUSINESS DIRECTORY OSG Ship Management Inc. Two Harbour Place 302 Knight s Run Ave., Suite 1200 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) www2.osg.com Ross Maritime Inc. P.O. Box 1022 Mobile, AL Tel (251) Fax (251) Sea and Land Shipping Inc. 116 S. Howard Ave. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Seatrade USA 442 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 290 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Stiegler Shipping Company Inc Hillcrest Road, Suite F Mobile, AL Tel (251) Fax (251) Trans-Atlantic Agencies Inc Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD Tel (443) Fax (443) USA Maritime Enterprises Inc Eisenhower Blvd., Slip 3 Fort Lauderdale, FL Tel (954) Fax (954) STEVEDORES American Cement Co Eastern Ave. Tel (941) Fax (941) Citrus Products Inc. 154 Marsh St. Newark, NJ Tel (973) Fax (973) Cropland Services 7920 State Road 60 E. Bartow, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Federal Marine Terminals Inc. 600 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) FPL/Transtate Industrial Pipeline Systems Reeder Road Tel (941) Fax (941) Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc Eastern Ave., Suite 5 Tel (813) Fax (813) Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals, Inc. 500 National St. Tel (941) Fax (941)

64 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Logistec USA Inc. 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 2 Tel (941) Fax (941) TransMontaigne Product Services Inc. 804 N. Dock St. Tel (941) Fax (941) SURVEYORS, MARINE ABS Americas 5275 Causeway Blvd., Suite 1 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) BST Marine, Inc. P.O. Box 89237, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Dufour Laskay & Strouse Inc Water Works Lane, Riverview, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Harden Marine Associates Inc. 202 S. 22nd St., Suite 203, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Inspectorate America Corporation 3904 Corporex Park Drive, Suite 145 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Intertek 4951-A E. Adamo Drive, Suite 130 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Saybolt LP 1501 Delmar B. Drawdy Drive Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Thornton Laboratories 1145 E. Cass St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) TAXI SERVICES 10 Knot Transportation 7210 N. Manhattan Ave. Unit 1211 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Marine One Transportation Tampa, FL Tel (813) TERMINAL OPERATORS American Cement Company Eastern Ave., Tel (941) Fax (941) Citrosuco North America Inc State Road 60 E. Lake Wales, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) FPL/Transtate Industrial Pipeline Systems Reeder Road Tel (941) Fax (941) Florida Rock Industries 2001 Maritime Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc Eastern Ave., Suite 5 Tel (813) Fax (813) Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals, Inc. 500 National St. Tel (941) Fax (941) Logistec USA Inc. 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 2 Tel (941) Fax (941) Martin Marietta Materials Port Manatee Terminal 4101 Maritime Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) TransMontaigne Product Services Inc. 804 N. Dock St. Tel (941) Fax (941) TOWING Marine Towing of Tampa, LLC 908 S. 20th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Seabulk Towing 1305 Shoreline Dr. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Official Directory

65 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Sea Tow Services of Tampa Bay P.O. Box 60025, St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) TransMontaigne Coastal Tug & Barge 804 N. Dock St. Tel (941) Fax (941) TRUCKING AAA Cooper Transportation 8818 Industrial Drive, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (855) ABF Freight Systems st St. E., Bradenton, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) ACI Transport, Inc Capitano St., Riverview, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) All-Ways Transport Inc Pompano Drive St. Petersburg, FL Tel (727) Fax (727) Anderson Trucking/ATS Logistics 2060 Kings Road, Jacksonville, FL Tel (800) Beyel Brothers, Inc. 550 Cidco Road Cocoa, FL Tel (321) Bowman Trailer Leasing 3951 E. 10th Ave., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Bynum Transport 70 Thornhill Road, Auburndale, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Davis Express Inc S.E. 131st St. P.O. Box 1276 Starke, FL Tel (800) (904) Fax (904) Exxact Express Inc. 621 N. Lake Parker Ave., Lakeland, FL Tel (800) Fax (863) FedEx Ground Regional Distribution Facility Port Manatee Industrial Park 3015 Buckeye Road, Tel (800) FedEx National LTL 1144 Griffin Road, Lakeland, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Florida Rock & Tank Lines Inc S. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Gerdau AmeriSteel Corp. 422 W. Boy Scout Blvd., Suite 600 Tampa, FL Tel (813) Gulf Central Distribution Center 4535 S. Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Hawaii Intermodal Tank Transport 2530 South Dock St., Tel (941) Fax (941) Indian River Transport 2580 Executive Road Winter Haven, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Landstar Inway Inc th St. E. P.O. Box 967 Palmetto, FL Tel (941) Fax (941) Mason Dixon Truck Lines Inc Grissom Pkwy., Port St. John, FL Tel (321) Fax (321) McKenzie Tank Lines Inc N. 57th St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) McTyre Trucking Company Inc P.O. Box Orlando, FL Tel (407) Fax (407) Miami Transfer Co. Inc E. 8th Ave., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) CCC Transportation LLC 509 U.S. Highway 92 E. Auburndale, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) CTL Transportation LLC 5619 East Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Port Property Advisers Helping ports navigate the world of port properties. 63

66 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Penn Tank Lines 4100 E. 7th Ave., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (888) Port Consolidated Inc Denver St., Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Reed Transport Services P.O. Box 2527, Brandon, FL Tel (813) Sabal Transport Inc. P.O. Box 40, Bartow, FL Tel (863) Fax (863) Southern Auto Transport rd St, E., Tel (941) Fax (941) Trans-Phos Inc. P.O. Box 9004 Bartow, FL Tel (813) Fax (863) YRC Freight 9801 Palm River Road Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) VESSEL FUELING COMPANIES Martin Product Sales LLC 1001 McClosky Blvd. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Port Consolidated Inc Denver St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) TransMontaigne Product Services Inc. 804 N. Dock St. Tel (941) Fax (941) Tropic Oil Company N.W. 89th Ave., Miami, FL Tel (305) Fax (305) WAREHOUSING & STORAGE East Shipbrokers Inc Gunn Highway, Suite B Tampa, FL Tel (813) Federal Marine Terminals Inc. (FMT) 600 Tampa Bay Way Tel (941) Fax (941) Fresh Del Monte Produce 200 Del Monte Way, Tel (941) Fax (941) HRK Holdings, LLC U.S. Highway 41 North Tel (941) Fax (813) Logistec USA Inc. 300 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 2 Tel (941) Fax (941) Manatee County Port Authority 300 Tampa Bay Way, Tel: (941) Fax: (941) Port Manatee Commerce Center 2300 South Dock St., Suite 105 Tel (941) Fax (941) Port Manatee Forestry Terminal 600 Tampa Bay Way, Suite 4 Tel (941) Wes-Flo Company, Inc N. 54th St. Tampa, FL Tel (813) Fax (813) Official Directory

67 ALPHABETICAL LISTING 10 Knot Transportation...(813) A.J. Arango Inc...(813) A.R. Savage & Son, LLC...(813) AAA Cooper Transportation...(813) ABF Freight Systems...(941) Abrahamson & Uiterwyk...(813) ABS Air Conditioning...(727) ABS Americas...(813) ACI Transport, Inc...(813) AECOM Ports & Marine...(305) Aegir, LLC, Port Property Advisors...(305) Aerial Innovations Inc...(800) Airport Manatee...(941) All-Ways Transport Inc...(727) Alpico International...(941) Amazon Hose & Rubber...(813) Ambient Technologies Inc...(727) American Bridge Company...(813) American Cement Company...(941) America s Best Value Inn...(941) Anchor House Mission...(941) Anderson Trucking/ ATS Logistics...(800) Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce...(941) Anthony Crane Construction & Hauling Inc...(941) Apollo Environmental Inc...(813) Argentina, Consulate General of...(305) Arthur J. Gallagher & Company...(305) ATC Associates Inc...(813) Atkins...(850) Bank of America...(941) Bay Armature and Pump Inc...(813) Bay Machine Inc...(941) BB&T Downtown Bradenton BBC...(941) BB&T Insurance & Investement Services Inc...(941) Best of the Bay Inc...(813) Best Western... (941) Beyel Brothers, Inc...(321) Bigge Crane & Rigging...(804) Blalock Walters, P.A...(941) BMO Harris Bank...(941) Bowman Diving Corporation...(941) Bowman Trailer Leasing...(813) Boyd Insurance & Investment Services Inc...(941) Bradenton Area Economic Development Corp...(941) Brazil, Consulate of...(305) Briggs Equipment...(813) Brown & Brown of Florida Inc...(813) BST Marine, Inc...(813) Bynum Transport...(863) C1 Bank...(941) Callaghan Tire/ Dan Callaghan Enterprises...(941) Cardno TBE...(727) Cargo Care, LLC...(813) Carolina Shipping Co., LP...(904) CCC Transportation LLC...(863) Certified Slings Inc...(813) CH2M Hill...(813) Charlotte County Economic Development Office...(941) Chile, Consulate General of...(713) Citrosuco North America Inc...(863) Citrus Products Inc...(973) City of North Port...(941) City of Palmetto...(941) Clark Manco International, Inc...(813) Clearwater Shipping...(813) Coastal Strategies & Investments (Lic. BK510864)...(813) Comfort Inn...(941) Consolidated Electrical Distributors...(941) Cothron Construction Services Inc...(813) Courtyard by Marriott...(941) Courtyard by Marriott, Bradenton...(941) Crane Rental Corp...(407) Cropland Services...(863) CSX Transportation...(813) CTL Transportation LLC...(813) Darwil Unitor Ship Service...(813) Davis Express Inc...(800) Days Inn Historical Downtown Bradenton...(941) Days Inn I-75...(941) Denmark & Norway, Consulate of...(813) Des Champs & Gregory & Hayes Inc...(941) Diversified Environmental Services Inc...(813) Diversified Lifting Systems Inc...(800) Dive-Tech International Inc...(727) Dorian Aerial & Architectural Photographics...(727) Dredgemonster...(941) Drymon Refrigeration & Construction Inc...(941) Dufour Laskay & Strouse Inc...(813) Dunkelberger Engineering and Testing, Inc... (941) E Q Florida...(813) East Logistics, Inc...(813) East Shipbrokers Inc...(813) Ecuador, Consulate of...(305) Edwards Moving & Rigging...(863) Enterprise Florida Inc...(813) Environmental Engineering Consultants...(800) ERM-Southeast Inc...(813) Exxact Express Inc....(800) Farris Customs Brokers Inc...(941) Federal Marine Terminals Inc. (FMT)...(941) Federal Maritime Commission...(202) FedEx Ground...(800) FedEx National LTL...(863) Fifth Third Bank of Florida...(941) Fillette Green Shipping Services...(813) First America Bank...(941) First Choice Marine Supply, Inc...(813) Florida Boiler Sales & Service Inc...(813) Florida Central Credit Union...(941) Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Assoc...(305) Florida Department of Environmental Protection...(813) Florida Department of Transportation District 1...(800) Florida Detroit Diesel Allison...(813) Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comm...(863) Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Comm...(941) Florida Rock & Tank Lines Inc...(813) Florida Rock Industries...(813) Florida Ship Supply Co...(813) Fowler, White, Boggs & Banker, P.A...(813) FPL/Transtate Industrial Pipeline Systems...(941) Fresh Del Monte Produce...(941) Fresh Del Monte Produce...(941) Gahagan & Bryant Associates, Inc...(813) Gannett Fleming...(727) Gary W. Sweetman Photography & Digital Imaging, Inc...(800) Gearbulk Inc...(813) Gerdau AmeriSteel Corp...(813) Gibbons & Company Inc...(202) Golder Associates Inc...(813) Goodyear Rubber Products...(941)

68 ALPHABETICAL LISTING Gray Robinson...(813) Great Lakes Dredge & Dock...(630) Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce...(941) Griffin Service Corp...(813) Guesthouse International...(941) Gulf Central Distribution Center...(813) Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment Inc....(941) Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce...(941) Gulf Coast Power Inc...(941) Gulf Marine and Industrial Supplies...(863) Gulf Marine Repair Corporation...(813) Gulfstream Natural Gas System LLC... (941) Halfacre Construction Company...(941) Hampton Inn Ellenton...(941) Hancock Bank...(941) Hapag-Lloyd USA, LLC...(813) Happy s Produce...(813) Harden Marine Associates Inc...(813) Hasty Air Freight Inc...(813) Hawaii Intermodal Tank Transport... (941) Hellenic Ship Supply Inc... (813) Hendry Corporation...(813) Hennessy Construction Svcs. Corp...(727) Heritage Operating L.P...(813) Heritage Propane...(813) Herndon Brothers...(904) Hertz Equipment Rental Corporation...(813) Holiday Inn Express...(941) Horton, Harley & Carter Inc...(813) Howco Environmental Services...(727) HRK Holdings, LLC...(941) Hydradyne Hydraulics LLC...(813) Hydraulic Machinery...(813) Hydrex, LLC...(727) Inchcape Shipping Services...(813) Indian River Transport...(863) Inspectorate America Corporation...(813) Interbay Air Compressors Inc...(813) International Freight Experts...(941) International Longshoremen s Association...(813) International Ship Repair...(813) International Shipholding Corp...(813) Intertek Caleb Brett...(813) J. Cortina, Inc...(813) J.H. Williams Oil Co. Inc...(941) Janet K. Robinson CCIM...(941) JoMar Real Estate Services...(727) K2 Engineering Inc...(813) Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals, Inc...(941) Kitchner & Pierro Company Inc...(941) Kloeckner Metals...(813) Krauss Company of Florida...(727) Landstar Inway Inc...(941) Lau, Lane, Pieper, Conley & McCreadie...(813) Lewis, Longman & Walker...(941) Logistec USA Inc...(941) Longboat Key Chamber of Commerce...(941) Longboat Key Hilton...(941) Louis Dreyfus Citrus Inc...(407) Lykes Insurance Inc...(813) M. E. Wilson Insurance Co...(813) Mackay Marine...(813) Manatee Chamber of Commerce...(941) Manatee County Port Authority...(941) Marine Engineers Beneficial Association...(813) Marine One Transportation Inc...(813) Marine Towing of Tampa, LLC...(813) Maritime Consultants...(813) Martin Marietta Materials...(813) Martin Product Sales LLC...(813) Martinez and Company Inc...(941) Mason Dixon Truck Lines Inc...(321) McKenzie Tank Lines Inc...(813) McMullen Air Conditioning Refrigeration Service...(727) McTyre Trucking Company Inc...(407) Mexico Consulate...(407) Miami Transfer Co. Inc...(813) Midstream Fuel Service...(813) Mike s Septic Tank Service Inc...(941) Moffatt & Nichol...(813) Moore, Fowinkle & Schroer Agency Inc...(941) Moran Shipping...(813) Moretrench Environmental Corp...(813) Morgan Stanley...(941) Morton Salt Inc...(941) Motel 6...(941) National Weather Service...(813) Nationwide Insurance & Financial...(941) North American General Agents Inc...(813) Norton Lilly International Inc...(985) Nova International Shipping Services...(813) Oceanwide International Trading, Inc...(813) Orion Marine Construction Inc...(813) Orlando International Airport...(407) OSG Ship Management Inc...(813) P.L. Marine Survey Co...(813) Padgett-Swann Machinery Co., Inc...(813) Panama, Consulate General of...(305) Penn Tank Lines...(813) Phelps Dunbar...(813) Porges, Hamlin, Knowles, Prouty P.A...(941) Port Consolidated Inc...(813) Port Consolidated Inc...(954) Port Manatee Commerce Center...(941) Port Manatee Forestry Terminal...(941) Port Manatee Propeller Club...(941) Port Manatee Scrap Metal...(941) Port Manatee Ship Repair and Fabrication... (908) Port Manatee Tenants Association...(941) Port of Tampa Propeller Club...(813) Poston Marine...(813) Pratt Industries, Inc Professional Service Industries Inc. (PSI)...(941) Quest Corporation of America Inc...(813) R K Johns & Associates...(212) Ramada Ltd...(941) Ray Anthony International, LLC...(813) Reed Transport Services...(813) Regions Bank...(800) Residence Inn by Marriott...(800) Richard C. Reinhart, P.A...(941) Ring Power...(813) Robert J. Dlouhy...(813) Ross Maritime Inc...(251) RTI Insurance Services...(941) Runkel Diesel Marine Inc...(941) Sabal Transport Inc...(863) Official Directory

69 ALPHABETICAL LISTING Sack & Menendez Inc...(813) Sarasota Bradenton International Airport...(941) Sarasota County Economic Development Corp...(941) Sarasota International Business Council...(941) Sarasota Suites...(941) Saybolt LP...(813) Sea and Land Shipping Inc...(813) Sea Safe Services Inc...(813) Sea Tow Services of Tampa Bay...(727) Seabulk Towing...(813) Seatrade USA...(813) Servpro...(941) Sharon Graham PA...(941) Shinn & Company LLC...(941) Ship Supply of Florida Inc...(305) Siemens Industry Inc...(954) Sims Crane & Equipment Company, Inc...(813) Sleep Inn & Suites...(941) Solution One Maritime, LLC...(813) Sound Marine Electronics Inc...(813) South Shore Chamber of Commerce...(813) Southeast Environmental Solutions Inc...(813) Southern Auto Transport...(941) Southern Equipment Corporation...(813) Southwest Florida International Airport...(239) SpringHill Suites Sarasota...(941) St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport...(727) Stantec...(941) Stiegler Shipping Company Inc...(251) Sunbelt Rentals...(941) Suncoast Electrical Supply, Inc... (813) SunTrust...(941) Super Shuttle...(727) SVN Commercial Advisory Group...(941) Sweden Consulate...(813) SWS Environmental First Response...(800) Sysco Food Services...(941) Tampa Bay Partnership...(813) Tampa Bay Pilots Association...(813) Tampa Bay Shipbuilding & Repair Company...(813) Tampa Executive Airport...(813) Tampa International Airport...(813) Ted West Photography...(941) Terry Eastman...(941) The Mariner Group, LLC...(803) The Pasha Group...(415) Thermal Tech Inc...(813) Thornton Laboratories...(813) Trans-Atlantic Agencies Inc...(443) TransMontaigne Coastal Tug & Barge...(941) Trans-Phos Inc...(813) Tropic Oil Company...(305) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville Dist...(813) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...(800) U.S. Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg...(727) U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Manatee...(941) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services...(954) U.S. Department of Transportation MARAD U.S. Dept. of Commerce Tampa Bay Assis. Center...(727) URS Corporation...(813) USA Maritime Enterprises Inc...(954) Vecenergy...(954) Vivian White, Maritime Consultants...(813) Volkert & Associates...(813) Vulcan Materials Company...(941) W & O Supply Inc...(813) Waste Management of Manatee County...(941) Waste Pro of Florida Inc...(941) Weeks Marine Inc...(908) Wells Fargo...(941) Wes-Flo Company, Inc...(813) West Marine...(941) Wilhelmsen Callenberg Inc...(954) Wilhelmsen Ships Service...(813) Williams, Parker, Harrison, Dietz & Getzen...(941) Wimauma Air Park...(813) Woodruff & Sons Inc...(941) World Container Services, LLC...(305) World Direct Shipping...(941) World Ship Supply LLC...(904) Yacht StarShip Dining Cruises...(813) YRC Freight...(813) Advertiser directory A.R. Savage & Son...60 AECOM...59 Aegir...63 Alpico International...44 Anchor House...53 A.J. Arango Inc Arrow Terminals...52 Beyel Brothers...45 City of North Port...11 Dunkelberger Engineering & Testing...51 Federal Marine Terminals...2 Gulf Coast Bulk Equipment, Inc...68 Gulfstream...61 Halfacre Construction...47 Kinder Morgan...3 Lewis, Longman & Walker PA...48 Logistec...6 Marine Towing of Tampa...Back Cover Martinez Company...64 Mosaic...58 Orion Marine Group Pasha Automotive Services... Inside Front Cover Pilot Association...55 Port Manatee...33 Port Manatee Commerce Center...1 Port Manatee Propeller Club...49 Port Manatee Ship Repair & Fabrication, LLC...54 Seabulk Towing... Inside Back Cover SGS Tampa, LLC...50 Siemens...5 Stantec...56 SVN Commercial Advisory Group...62 TransMontaigne Partners LP World Direct Shipping...57 Yacht StarShip

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