Business Operations

Annual Reports 
The following annual reports detail the financial position and results of PortMiami operations.

Business Permits 
In order to conduct business at PortMiami in accordance with rules and requirements of the Port Tariff Adobe Acrobat Logo, the Port Director and the Miami-Dade County Code, companies are expected to comply with all applicable local, state and federal regulations.

PortMiami ID Card 
After a PortMiami Business Permit is approved for a Seaport partner, contractor and/or vendor, all personnel needing access to the Port shall apply for a PortMiami Identification Badge.

Procurement 
PortMiami aims to efficiently and effectively facilitate the timely acquisition of goods and services to meet its operational needs.

Sister Seaports 
Sister Seaport agreements help ports collaborate on the exchange of information and ideas, with the stated aim of increasing both cargo and cruise trade between ports.

Tariff 
This Tariff is issued under authority of Implementing Order No. 4-4 pursuant to Section 4.02 of the Home Rule Charter; Miami-Dade County having jurisdiction.

Business

Supporting more than 207,000 jobs and providing an economic impact of $28 billion annually, PortMiami is the second largest economic engine in Miami-Dade County. It will continue to play a critical role in the current and future economic development of Miami-Dade County and the State of Florida.

 

Doing Business with the Port

The Port Procurement division manages the acquisition of goods and services to meet the operational needs of PortMiami as well as its customers. Learn more about how your company can compete for business opportunities at PortMiami.

 

Conducting Business at the Port

Anyone wishing to engage in business or provide services at PortMiami must obtain a business permit, comply with PortMiami Identification requirements and may be subject to certain fees depending on their line of business.

 

Statistics at a Glance

Snapshot of PortMiami’s statistics detailing cruise/cargo numbers, trade partners, and import/exports.

 

Sister Seaports

In 1998, the Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution establishing PortMiami’s International Sister Seaports Program. Sister Seaport agreements help ports collaborate on the exchange of information and ideas, with the stated aim of increasing both cargo and cruise trade between ports.

 

Annual Reports

Annual Reports

For detailed information on the results of our operations, financial position and future outlook, read our annual reports.