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1 Delivering the Goods: Ports in the South Sujit M. CanagaRetna The Council of State Governments Southern Legislative Conference (SLC) Atlanta, Georgia Presentation to the Southern Economic Development Council Annual Meeting - Birmingham, Alabama September 23, 2002 For whomsoever commands the sea commands the trade; Whomsoever commands the trade of the world commands the riches of the world, and consequently the world itself. Sir Walter Raleigh, The Invention of Ships (early 1600s)

2 Presentation s Five Main Areas 1. Ports in Our Economy 2. Link Between Global Economic Trends and Maritime Transportation 3. Record of Southern Ports 4. Challenges Faced by Ports 5. Maritime Security

3 Economic Contribution of Ports 2 Billion tons of Cargo $743 Billion to GDP 13.1 Million Jobs $494 Billion in Personal Income $1.5 Trillion in Business Sales $200 Billion in Taxes at All Levels $111 Billion to State Economies Annually via Commercial and Recreational Fishing

4 U.S. International Trade in Goods and Services Year Exports Imports 1960 $25.9 $ $56.6 $ $271.8 $ $537.2 $ $1,064.2 $1,442.9 Billions of Dollars

5 Total U.S. Waterborne Commerce Year Foreign Waterborne Domestic Waterborne Total (45%) (47%) ,157.8 (50%) (55%) 1,018.4 (53%) 1,173.8 (50%) 1, , ,331.6 Million Metric Tons

6 U.S. Foreign Waterborne Commerce by Region, 2001 Region Total Trade (Exports & Imports) % of Total Trade Southeast 408, % Southwest (TX) 282, % Mid-Atlantic 169, % California 184, % Puerto Rico/VI 34, % Northeast 30, % Other 65, % Total 1,175, % Tonnage in Thousands of Metric Tons

7 U.S. Waterborne Imports Calendar Year 2001 Rank Cargo Discharged In Amount 1 Texas 233,876 2 Louisiana 149,539 3 California 88,414 4 New York 66,446 5 Pennsylvania 42,263 6 Florida 31,546 7 Virgin Islands 21,250 8 Mississippi 18,620 9 Maryland 17, Alabama 16,194 All Other States 144,781 Total All States 829,950 Tonnage in Thousands of Metric Tons

8 U.S. Waterborne Exports by State Calendar Year 2001 Rank Cargo Discharged In Amount 1 Louisiana 92,850 2 Texas 49,118 3 California 37,681 4 Washington 28,232 5 Virginia 22,847 6 Ohio 16,786 7 Florida 14,855 8 Oregon 11,210 9 New York 9, Alabama 8,985 All Other States 52,935 Total All States 345,340 Tonnage in Thousands of Metric Tons

9 Top 10 U.S. Port Rankings 2000 Cargo Value for Foreign Trade (Millions of Dollars) Rank Port Value 1 Los Angeles (CA) $101,819 2 Long Beach (CA) $98,202 3 New York (NY) $80,941 4 Houston (TX) $43,365 5 Seattle (WA) $32,306 6 Charleston (SC) $31,516 7 Hampton Roads (VA) $28,386 8 Oakland (CA) $25,063 9 Baltimore (MD) $20, Tacoma (WA) $19,843

10 Top 10 U.S. Port Rankings 2000 Cargo Volume Rank Port Short Tons 1 South Louisiana (LA) 217,756,734 2 Houston (TX) 191,419,265 3 New York/New Jersey (NY/NJ) 138,669,879 4 New Orleans (LA) 90,768,449 5 Corpus Christi (TX) 83,124,950 6 Beaumont (TX) 82,652,554 7 Huntington (WV) 76,867,987 8 Long Beach (CA) 70,149,684 9 Baton Rouge (LA) 65,631, Texas City (TX) 61,585,891

11 Alabama State Docks 2001 Dedicated: 1928 Berths: 37 Depth: 45 feet Vessel Calls: 1,241 Docks Tonnage: 17.2 million Economic Impact: $3 billion; $467 million in state taxes; 118,000 jobs Employees: 410 Top Imports: Coal, Aluminum, Iron & Steel Top Exports: Coal, Woodpulp, Linerboard, Paper, Lumber Nationwide: Highest in Woodpulp and Second in Forest Products

12 Jacksonville Port Authority Three marine terminals handled 6.8 million tons of cargo in FY 2001 Handled a record number of vehicles, almost 580,000, the second largest vehicle handling port in the country $1.3 billion annually in economic impact 45,081 jobs in northeast Florida related to Port In 2001, $997.8 million in wages, $67.1 million in local taxes, $61.4 million in state taxes and $230.8 million in federal taxes related to Port activity

13 Port of Miami As of September 30, 2001, passenger traffic at the Port was up.8% at 3,391,091 and cargo traffic was up 5.7% at 8,247,004 tons Operating revenues rose to $76.2 million, an increase of 5.1% During the same period, the Port experienced a 10% increase in TEUs to 955,671 The Port s economic impact stood at $8 billion annually with more than 45,000 direct and indirect jobs generated The Port remains the undisputed Cruise Capital of the World

14 Georgia Ports Authority GPA owns and operates the Port of Savannah and the Port of Brunswick Total GPA tonnage in calendar year 2001 was 12.7 million tons while the Port of Savannah stood at 10.1 million metric tons In Fiscal Year 2002, Port of Savannah moved 1,137 million TEUs, an increase of 11.3% over prior year Port of Savannah has attracted all top 20 carrier services in the world and 13 import distribution centers are located nearby Based on January May 2002 data, Savannah was the 7 th largest container port in the nation Georgia ports directly or indirectly support 80,100 jobs, are responsible for $23 billion in revenue $1.8 billion in personal income, produce billions of dollars in sales revenue to benefit the state economy and generate $585 million in state and local taxes each year

15 Port of South Louisiana Stretches 54 miles along Mississippi River Largest tonnage port in the Western Hemisphere and third in the world Handled over 245 million tons of cargo in 2000 Over 50,000 barges and 4,000 ocean-going vessels call each year Top ranked Port in the country for export tonnage and total tonnage Exported 70 million tons of cargo a year, the Port accounts for 15 percent of total U.S. exports Port is served by three trunk railroads, three major Interstate highways connect the Port to major U.S. markets, more than 50 piers and docks on deep-water frontage on both sides of the Mississippi, six major oil and gas pipelines serve the Port and the New Orleans International Airport is minutes away Top export: Grain (13,312,729 short tons in Second Quarter of 2001) Top import: Crude Oil (11,226,929 short tons in Second Quarter of 2001)

16 Port of New Orleans Located at the mouth of the Mississippi River, the Port s facilities include 22 million square feet of cargo handling area and more than 6 million square feet of covered storage area Port accommodates an average of 2,400 vessel calls per year Major commodities: Steel (more than five million tons per year); Natural Rubber (nation s top port); Coffee (nation s premier coffeehandling port) General cargo has averaged 11.4 million tons ( ) with a record 14.1 million tons in 1998 World s longest wharf (2.01 mile long quay) that can accommodate 15 vessels simultaneously Only seaport in the U.S. served by six Class-One rail lines Port responsible for more than 107,000 jobs, $2 billion in earning, $13 billion in spending and $231 million in taxes statewide

17 Port of Baltimore Founded in 1706, the Port has become one of the busiest in the East Coast From automobiles to zinc, from Akron to Zhenjiang, the Port handles more than 30 million tons annually of all types of cargoes from around the world One of the Port s greatest advantages is its strategic Mid-Atlantic location Port of Baltimore is one of the major ports in specialized steelhandling program and one of the leading automobile ports in the U.S. Economic impact of the Port is significant, generating $1.4 billion in revenue annually and employing nearly 126,700 Marylanders

18 Port of Charleston In 2001, the Port of Charleston was the busiest container port along the Southeast and Gulf coasts and ranked fourth nationwide The Port handled 1.5 million TEUs, 520,391 tons of break bulk cargo and 68,400 tons of bulk grain shipments Top Commodities: Foodstuffs, Forest Products, Consumer Goods, Machinery, Metals, Vehicles, Chemicals and Clay Products The Charleston Customs district ranks as the nation s sixth largest in the dollar value of international shipments with cargo valued at $33 billion annually The South Carolina State Ports Authority (SPA) has three major projects to serve its customers and the state s business community: a $150 million harbor deepening project, a $300 million project to improve productivity and utilization and the construction of a new marine terminal Economic Impact: Port s facilities provide 83,085 jobs throughout the state; trade pumps $10.7 billion in sales, $2.6 billion in wages and $314 million in taxes into the state economy every year; one in 28 jobs in the state is related to trade through the SPA s terminals and the average port-related job pays 25 percent higher than the state average

19 Port of Houston First opened to deep-water vessels in 1914 Latest figures (2000) show that the Port generated $10.9 billion in business revenues and 287,454 jobs in Texas and 714,000 jobs nationwide Ranks first in the U.S. in foreign tonnage, 2 nd in total tonnage and 6 th worldwide in total tonnage Handled 194 million short tons in 2001 with 6,613 ships calling at the Port million short tons valued at $44.5 billion moved in foreign trade in 2001 Top 5 trading partners (tonnage): Mexico, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Algeria Top Import and Export Commodities (tonnage): Petroleum and Petroleum Products, Crude Fertilizers and Minerals, Iron and Steel, Cereals and Cereal Products; Organic Chemicals

20 Transitioning to Megaships: Minimum Requirements 2,500 linear feet of berthing for megaships (This amounts to two 1,250-foot megaship berths); 3,000 linear feet of berthing for mixed vessels (This amounts to three 1,000-foot Post-Panamax berths, or a greater quantity of smaller vessels); 50-foot water depths in channel and at berths, 800-to-1,000-foot channel widths, 1,430-to-1,650-foot turning basin; High rates of berth occupancy (targeted at 50 percent or greater). Given two berths, this means that both would be occupied 25 percent of the time, one occupied 50 percent of the time, and both empty 25 percent of the time; Three or more large, heavy-lift Beyond Post-Panamax (BPP) cranes per berth. (This means that given the berth occupancy targets above, there will be three cranes available per vessel 33 percent of the time and six cranes per vessel 67 percent of the time, for an average of five cranes per vessel; three BPP cranes will provide an adequate vessel turnaround time)

21 Cont.Transitioning to Megaships: Minimum Requirements Stronger wharves to support more and heavier load-bearing cranes, accommodate deeper drafts at berths, permit more yard equipment such as trucks and rail cars; Projected annual throughput (cargo transported through the gate less possible transshipment) should range from a minimum of 450,000 TEUs per year (3,000 TEUs per acre) to 900,000 TEUs per year (6,000 TEUs per acre); Rail connections should be on-dock, or an adjacent intermodal railyard, with 2-4 unit train calls per day (40 percent intermodal split); Truck traffic on a typical day should accommodate 1,730 to 3,460 trips per day (40 percent split with a rail system) or 2,880 to 5,770 trips per day (with no rail transportation); 75 acres of terminal space per megaship berth and 50 acres per standard berth (This translates to 150 acres per 3,000 linear feet of berthing); and A gate complex and dockside rail system using the latest available technologies

22 U.S. DOT Port Security Grant Awards Selected Southern Ports Grantee Award Location City of Baltimore $500,000 Baltimore, MD Maryland Port Administration $3,264,000 Baltimore, MD Port of Beaumont Navigation District of Jefferson $560,000 Beaumont, TX Canaveral Port Authority $1,650,000 Cape Canaveral, FL South Carolina State Ports Authority $1,921,750 Charleston, SC Port of Corpus Christi Authority $2,273,277 Corpus Christi, TX Broward County Board of Commissioners $6,844,800 Fort Lauderdale, FL Port of Houston Authority $1,800,000 Houston, TX Strictly Business Computer Systems $750,000 Huntington, WV Inland Rivers Ports & Terminals, Inc. $562,722 Jackson, MS The Port of South Louisiana $624,000 LaPlace, LA Miami-Dade County $6,370,801 Miami, FL Board of the Port of New Orleans $3,684,450 New Orleans, LA Virginia Port Authority $5,293,140 Norfolk, VA Colonial Terminals Inc. $942,600 Savannah, GA Georgia Ports Authority $1,312,000 Savannah, GA Tampa Port Authority $3,500,000 Tampa, FL

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