The Port of Miami is the No. 1 containerized cargo port in Florida and twelfth in the nation, according to PIERS Global Intelligence Solutions, a database for cargoes moving through international ports.
The Port of Miami is the connector for freight moving from North America, Europe and Asia to ports in Latin American and the Caribbean. It contributes more than $17 billion annually to the South Florida economy and helps provide direct and indirect employment for over 176,000 jobs.
One of the Port's primary goals is to promote growth in cargo industries in Miami-Dade County and to make sure that every port user has a safe, efficient, and successful journey through Miami.
FTZ World Services LLC provides support for secured data processing, documentation, and payment window collections related to the vehicle export process in accordance with local ordinances and customs regulations for the Port of Miami, NICB (National Insurance Crime Bureau), CBP (U.S. Customs Border and Patrol), and other Law Enforcement Agencies.