Transportation/Logistics

Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is ideally located for cargo entering and exiting the country, being 4 hours closer by car to the rest of the U.S. compared to South Florida airports, with a domestic route network that offers more flights to more U.S. destinations than any other Florida airport (and most of the rest of the U.S. non-hub airports). MCO has a thriving cargo trucking community. Orlando is also one of the few airports in the world that can accommodate the new generation of Class 6 aircraft. Learn more

Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral provides facilities for shippers who seek to save time and money as benefits of its proximity to major markets and efficient transportation links. Shippers will find recent harbor improvements, new cruise and cargo terminals, a new auto facility and now leasing-- an inland warehouse and logistics center in Titusville. Canaveral also is home to U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force facilities, including Surface Deployment and Distribution, and serves as an important export gateway for U.S. government cargo destined to Ascension Island. Learn more

Port Tampa Bay

The Port of Tampa's longstanding supremacy among Florida ports is based largely on its leadership in handling of bulk and break‐bulk cargos, including phosphate, steel and petroleum, as well as in the shipbuilding industry. The Port of Tampa over the past decade has impressively advanced its container‐handling capabilities and seen a rapid growth in regional distribution facilities. Learn more