Weekly Update from Port Tampa Bay


A message from Port Tampa Bay to our customers, tenants and community

Port Redwing Update: Expansion and growth continues

Port Tampa Bay has several expansion projects underway, including major developments at Port Redwing. Port Tampa Bay plans to expand and develop common areas that will improve capacity for all existing and future tenants at Port Redwing and the adjoining South Bay Area. We are excited about the continued industrial expansion of the South Hillsborough County area and anticipate growth will continue for many years to come.

Here is a list of tenant updates taking place at Port Redwing:

  • Ardent Mills continues to make great progress in their construction and anticipates completion of their new facilities in the late summer.
  • Port Tampa Bay has approved an expansion of the SESCO leasehold from 7 acres to approximately 13.5 acres. Port staff anticipates a finalization of the lease amendment and the commencement of SESCO’s construction for a new cement dome and bagging facility in late spring or early summer.
  • Logistec is in the process of investing and expanding of their leasehold for a greater capacity of their prilled Sulphur operations.

Recently, the FOX 13 shared a story about Ardent Mills moving their facilities from downtown Tampa to our port. You can view that story here: Ardent flour mill land becomes part of Water Street development

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Curious how Port Tampa Bay continues to navigate the global challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic? Want to learn more about new services connecting our port with Mexico? Read about these topics and more, including our container expansion and ability to serve the growing I-4 Tampa/Orlando Corridor as Florida’s Distribution Hub in the latest edition of the Port Tampa Bay Magazine. It is available online here: Port Tampa Bay Magazine

Cargo Update:

Port Tampa Bay has been deemed essential by the Department of Homeland Security. This means our port continues to operate. Within the past week, the following moved through our port:

  • Essential goods and consumer products in containers.
  • We continued to bring in fuel
  • Fresh produce, including pineapples, came through as refrigerated cargo
  • Other dry bulk and break bulk products including sulfur, cement, aggregates, phosphate fertilizer, and steel.