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Oceanus Line service links Florida’s SeaPort Manatee, Texas’ Port Freeport with key ports of Mexico, Colombia
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Oceanus Line’s X-Press Cotopaxi makes its March 26 inaugural call at SeaPort Manatee, furnishing direct links with the ports of Cartagena, Colombia, and Veracruz, Mexico.

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SeaPort Manatee containerized cargo tons climb 34.6 percent in record fiscal 2022
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While setting numerous records in its fiscal year ended Sept. 30, SeaPort Manatee continues as a hub for delivery of fuels and other key commodities to Southwest and Central Florida – an increasingly critical role in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

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SeaPort Manatee garners nearly $12 million federal infrastructure grant
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SeaPort Manatee has been awarded a federal grant of nearly $12 million to advance a 16.56-acre expansion of container yard facilities at the thriving Florida Gulf Coast trade gateway

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SeaPort Manatee’s annual impact surges past $5.1 billion
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With an annual economic impact surpassing $5.1 billion, SeaPort Manatee serves as a ships-to-shelves gateway for Southwest and Central Florida while offering more than 5,000 acres of on-port and adjoining properties for future growth.

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SeaPort Manatee is one of Florida’s largest and fastest growing ports, handling a variety of cargos.


  • Mobile harbor cranes equipped with clam-buckets and grabs
  • 40 feet deep water draft


  • Mobile harbor cranes with a lift capacity of 120 tons each, 165 tons combined


  • Four container spreaders
  • Fast efficient truck turn times
  • Closest US port to the Panama Canal


  • Five mobile harbor cranes, highest tandem lift capacity of any Florida port 

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