Feb. 5, 2021
Port of Pensacola Annual Report Highlights Port Success, Revenue Increases
The Port of Pensacola has released its 2020 Annual Report, highlighting a prosperous year of revenue increases, business development and continued growth at the port.
Despite challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Sally, the Port of Pensacola saw an overall revenue increase of 13% in 2020, which included increases in both cargo tonnage and vessel dockage days.
"Given the trying times we all had to try to navigate, I am both pleased and proud that the Port of Pensacola team was able to drive growth in every major metric of port success," Port Director Amy Miller said. "I have every reason to believe this positive momentum will continue in 2021."
Other highlights from the annual report include:
- 110.6% increase in total tonnage*
- 47.54% increase in total number of vessels*
- 143% increase in total wind turbine nacelles*
- 6.65% increase in total dockage*
*Percent increase from 2019 to 2020
The Port of Pensacola also continued to attract new business development in 2020, while cultivating a variety of existing industries at the port. Streamline Boats is joining the Port family of companies in 2021 after City Council approved their lease in 2020, and City Council also approved the lease renewal for Cemex. Additionally, City Council approved a lease for a hotel on Port of Pensacola property, expanding the port’s waterfront development consistent with the Port of Pensacola’s Master Plan.
Other operations at the port include Offshore Inland helping with the bid for Space Command, GE Wind Energy advancing clean, renewable energy through the Port of Pensacola, and CSX continuing to move materials through the port.
"We're incredibly fortunate to have the Port of Pensacola as such a valuable asset for the City of Pensacola," Mayor Grover Robinson said. "I'd like to commend Port Director Amy Miller and her team for working hard to keep moving the port forward and create success, even during such a challenging year. I'm excited to see what the future has in store for the Port of Pensacola."
Click here to view the Port of Pensacola's Annual Report.
About the Port of Pensacola
The Port of Pensacola, strategically positioned along the northern Gulf of Mexico, is Northwest Florida’s most diverse and business focused deep-water port. Port Pensacola is a full-service port offering stevedore and marine terminal services for all descriptions of bulk, break-bulk, unitized freight, and special project cargo. Additionally, offshore vessel marine maintenance, repair, and overhaul, or MRO, services are also delivered by Port tenants and business partners. The Port of Pensacola's motto is "big enough for any requirement but small enough to know you," and the Port makes sure its clients' goals are priority number #1.