Port of Everglades recently got an approval from the Broward County Board of County Commissioners, concerning its “20-Year Master Vision Plan Update”.
Namely, Port Everglades updates its Master/Vision Plan every 2-5 years to consider market trends, new technology, community development and environmental initiatives.
The Master/Vision Plan is a roadmap that has steered Port Everglades to becoming the third largest cruise port in the world, one of the nation’s largest containerized cargo ports and South Florida’s main hub for gasoline and jet fuel.
…the port said in a press release.
What is more, port authorities have been working with a consultant team from Bermello Ajamil & partners, for the past 21 months, while has held more than 40 meetings to update the Plan in line with market research, business intelligence from Port customers, and insight from the environmental and residential communities.
In light of the situation, Broward County Mayor Dale V.C. Holness, noted:
This 20-Year Master/Vision Plan update is comprehensive and strategically paves the way for future growth and progress at Port Everglades. Cruise, cargo and fuel operations generate billions of dollars of economic activity and creates thousands of jobs and personal income. It also offers tremendous opportunities for small businesses to grow and prosper here in Broward County and throughout the world.
Concluding, the updated initiative identifies 50 projects, of which nearly half will be completed or underway in the next 5 to 10 years.
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