1 Million Square Feet of Warehouse Space

Tampa's modern and efficient general cargo terminal facilities, include 1 million square feet of warehouse space, 80 acres of laydown area and 8500 feet of dock length.

43 Foot Channel Depth

With a channel depth of 43 feet, on-dock rail service, a mobile harbor crane with 100-ton lift capacity, Port Tampa Bay handles practically every type of general cargo imaginable.

Florida's Largest Steel Port

Tampa has developed into a major steel processing and distribution center with products ranging from pipe, coils and wire rod to scrap. Automobiles, as well as high and heavy construction equipment are handled at dedicated terminal facilities.

Port Tampa Bay's Specialties

Cement/building materials, project cargoes and heavy-lift pieces are among the Port's specialties. An experienced and efficient labor force, Port Tampa Bay handles practically every type of general cargo imaginable.

Hooker's Point - Berths, 201, 202, 208, 209, 210

vessels at industrial port

Contact: David Nelson, Ports America, 813-242-1902
Secure multi-pupose cargo facilities, including:

  • Cargo handling equipment available up to 95,000 lbs
  • Heavy lift capability
  • Ro-ro access available
  • Container freight station
  • Foreign trade zone
  • Bonded warehouses

Port Ybor - Berths 251/252

Contact:  Port Tampa Bay, 813-905-7678
Multi-user docks, with ro-ro ramp, 33 acre mixed use multimodal development accessible by both wharf and rail.  436,000 sf cross dock warehouse and distribution space.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I schedule a shipment?

  • If you are scheduling a shipment for export or import via Port Tampa Bay, visit our Sailing Schedule page to contact one of our ocean carriers to schedule your shipment.
  • There is also a list of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders in our Directory that can assist you with setting up your shipment.

What will Port Tampa Bay charge me to ship my shipment?

  • Rates are charged to the terminal operators and ocean carriers, not the individual shipper.

How do I track my shipment?

  • Contact your Customs Broker, Freight Forwarder and/or ocean carrier to help track your shipment.

Can I ship goods to Europe or South America via Port Tampa Bay?

  • Visit our Sailing Schedule page to view all of our ocean carriers and where they ship to. When you locate a origin or destination you need to ship to, contact the ocean carrier to schedule your shipment.

Does the Port sell shipping containers?

  • The Port does not own any shipping containers therefore does not sell shipping containers.