As of April 2015 container throughput has greatly increased by over 20%. Cranes 11-16 are being in use most of the times as they can work any ship in the industry. Our services continue to bring larger vessels stacking up to 8-high on deck. However, most important of all with the increase in crane usage and volume, downtime continues to be lower and as of the end of July we have an average of 0.40%, lower than any other years on record. Therefore, crane production has increased over earlier years realizing the Port Miami was (is) the most productive port on the east coast of North America as awarded by JOC in Newark, NJ in December 2014.

What does all this means with now having a 50 feet deep channel, with more productive cranes and a rail yard on Port?