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CONNECTING THE WORLD BY LAND, SEA AND AIR


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Fort Lauderdale International Airport

Port Everglades

CONNECTING THE WORLD BY LAND, SEA AND AIR Our 400-acre intermodal logistics complex provides unparalleled worldwide access for your supply chain. Exclusive connectivity to Port Miami, Port Everglades and Intermodal operation in Miami

Intermodal Operation South Florida Logistics Center Future Development

Built to suit opportunity for virtually any size

Not just a real estate solution—but a logistics solution

Miami International Airport

Port Miami

Improve delivery times for your products

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South Florida Logistics Center Airport Port Railroad Route Main Highways


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Fort Lauderdale International Airport

Port Everglades

CONNECTING THE WORLD BY LAND, SEA AND AIR Our 400-acre intermodal logistics complex provides unparalleled worldwide access for your supply chain. Exclusive connectivity to Port Miami, Port Everglades and Intermodal operation in Miami

Intermodal Operation South Florida Logistics Center Future Development

Built to suit opportunity for virtually any size

Not just a real estate solution—but a logistics solution

Miami International Airport

Port Miami

Improve delivery times for your products

MosWHIȌFLHQWPHWKRGto preserve the “cold-chain” with your perishables

High security comple[ZLWKVLJQLȌcant geographic barriers and high-tech security system

South Florida Logistics Center Airport Port Railroad Route Main Highways


SHIP ON THE FLY WITH ONSITE AIRPORT ACCESS

Our total-access airport location puts you at the center of one of the busiest hubs in the world. Oslo, Norway

The Miami International Airport‌ London, UK Seattle, WA

New York, NY Washington, DC Philadelphia, PA Charlotte, NC Atlanta, GA Houston, TX Miami, FL Chicago, IL

Los Angeles, CA

Paris, France

Dubai, UAE

Mexico City, Mexico Hong Kong

San Jose, Costa Rica

Amsterdam, Netherlands Brussels, Belgium Frankfurt, Germany

Caracas, Venezuela Bogota, Colombia

Quito, Ecuador

Is a major gateway for U.S. imports and exports - Top imports include perishablHVVXFKDVČ?owers, fruits/vegetables, and seafood - Top exports include computers/peripherals, telecommunications equipment, industrial machinery/parts, metals and metal products and vehicle parts/tires

Moves more than 1.8 million tons of international freight annually

Lima, Peru Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Santiago, Chile

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Continues to be the #1 U.S. airport for international freight

Largest perishable operation in the U.S.

Handles more than 80 percent of air freight shipments to and from Latin America and the Caribbean

Major airport connections from Miami International Airport

*Based on 2010 Stats


SHIP ON THE FLY WITH ONSITE AIRPORT ACCESS

Our total-access airport location puts you at the center of one of the busiest hubs in the world. Oslo, Norway

The Miami International Airport‌ London, UK Seattle, WA

New York, NY Washington, DC Philadelphia, PA Charlotte, NC Atlanta, GA Houston, TX Miami, FL Chicago, IL

Los Angeles, CA

Paris, France

Dubai, UAE

Mexico City, Mexico Hong Kong

San Jose, Costa Rica

Amsterdam, Netherlands Brussels, Belgium Frankfurt, Germany

Caracas, Venezuela Bogota, Colombia

Quito, Ecuador

Is a major gateway for U.S. imports and exports - Top imports include perishablHVVXFKDVČ?owers, fruits/vegetables, and seafood - Top exports include computers/peripherals, telecommunications equipment, industrial machinery/parts, metals and metal products and vehicle parts/tires

Moves more than 1.8 million tons of international freight annually

Lima, Peru Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Santiago, Chile

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Continues to be the #1 U.S. airport for international freight

Largest perishable operation in the U.S.

Handles more than 80 percent of air freight shipments to and from Latin America and the Caribbean

Major airport connections from Miami International Airport

*Based on 2010 Stats


PUT SOUTH FLORIDA’S BUSIEST SEAPORTS TO WORK

Our exclusive rail access to Port Miami and Port Everglades puts you at the crossroads of international shipping to top import/export cRXQWULHVVXFKDV&KLQD,QGLDDQG%razil.

Southhampton, Uk Seoul, South Korea

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Tokyo, Japan

Alexandria, Egypt Miami, FL Hong Kong

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Kingston, Jamaica

Veracruz, Mexico

Port Miami - 10th largest US port for international container trDIČŒF moving 7.39+ million tons of cargo last year - Top imports: building matHULDOVDlcoholic beverDJHV apparel and fruits/vegetables - Top exports: paper prRGXFWVwoven fDEULFV non-refrigerated food products and building materials - $2B infrastructure investment to accommodate post Panamax ships includes 50’ drHGJHRQGRFNrail access and port access tunnel

Limon, Costa Rica Baranquilla, Colombia

Santiago, Chile

Major port connections from South Florida’s ports

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Cape Town, South Africa

Port Everglades - 12th largest US port for international containerized cargo serves more than 150 ports in 70 countries and moved more than 5.2 million tons of containerized cargo last year - TRSLPSRUWVLQFOXGHIUXLWVEDQDQDVceramic and mosaic tilHVvegetables and non-alcoholic beverages - Top e[SRUWVLQFOXGHSDSHUJrocery prRGXFWVJHQHral carJRPHtal scrap and yarns - New 2014 International Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) will allow tenants to move goods between Port Everglades and SFL&HIČŒFLHQWly.


PUT SOUTH FLORIDA’S BUSIEST SEAPORTS TO WORK

Our exclusive rail access to Port Miami and Port Everglades puts you at the crossroads of international shipping to top import/export cRXQWULHVVXFKDV&KLQD,QGLDDQG%razil.

Southhampton, Uk Seoul, South Korea

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Tokyo, Japan

Alexandria, Egypt Miami, FL Hong Kong

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Kingston, Jamaica

Veracruz, Mexico

Port Miami - 10th largest US port for international container trDIČŒF moving 7.39+ million tons of cargo last year - Top imports: building matHULDOVDlcoholic beverDJHV apparel and fruits/vegetables - Top exports: paper prRGXFWVwoven fDEULFV non-refrigerated food products and building materials - $2B infrastructure investment to accommodate post Panamax ships includes 50’ drHGJHRQGRFNrail access and port access tunnel

Limon, Costa Rica Baranquilla, Colombia

Santiago, Chile

Major port connections from South Florida’s ports

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Cape Town, South Africa

Port Everglades - 12th largest US port for international containerized cargo serves more than 150 ports in 70 countries and moved more than 5.2 million tons of containerized cargo last year - TRSLPSRUWVLQFOXGHIUXLWVEDQDQDVceramic and mosaic tilHVvegetables and non-alcoholic beverages - Top e[SRUWVLQFOXGHSDSHUJrocery prRGXFWVJHQHral carJRPHtal scrap and yarns - New 2014 International Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) will allow tenants to move goods between Port Everglades and SFL&HIČŒFLHQWly.


KEEP YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN ON TRACK Columbia

Atlanta

Birmingham

South Carolina

Georgia Alabama

Charleston

Montgomery

Connect nationwide via Florida’s extensive rail system spanning 351 miles with…

Savannah

Exclusive rail accesVYLDDQDIȌOLDted company, Florida East Coast Railway, to Port Everglades and Port Miami

60 mph Class 1 capacity and 30% of mainline double tracked

Capacity for 160 FEUS per trDLQYLDȌve-pack articulated double stack well cars

Florida

Jacksonville Port (JAXPORT)

Jacksonville

Tallahassee

Daytona Beach

Connectivity via Florida East Coast Railway to nationwide rail systems providing: - Next day service to Central/North Florida and South Georgia - 2nd day am service to Atlanta and Charlotte - 3rd and 4th day am service to Chicago and Ohio Valley

Titusville Intermodal Terminal

Orlando

Cocoa Beach Tampa

Fort Pierce

Inland Reach FEC Track FEC Highway Services NS Track CSX Track Ports & Terminals Main Highways

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Port of Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale Miami

Port Everglades Port Miami

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KEEP YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN ON TRACK Columbia

Atlanta

Birmingham

South Carolina

Georgia Alabama

Charleston

Montgomery

Connect nationwide via Florida’s extensive rail system spanning 351 miles with…

Savannah

Exclusive rail accesVYLDDQDIȌOLDted company, Florida East Coast Railway, to Port Everglades and Port Miami

60 mph Class 1 capacity and 30% of mainline double tracked

Capacity for 160 FEUS per trDLQYLDȌve-pack articulated double stack well cars

Florida

Jacksonville Port (JAXPORT)

Jacksonville

Tallahassee

Daytona Beach

Connectivity via Florida East Coast Railway to nationwide rail systems providing: - Next day service to Central/North Florida and South Georgia - 2nd day am service to Atlanta and Charlotte - 3rd and 4th day am service to Chicago and Ohio Valley

Titusville Intermodal Terminal

Orlando

Cocoa Beach Tampa

Fort Pierce

Inland Reach FEC Track FEC Highway Services NS Track CSX Track Ports & Terminals Main Highways

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Port of Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale Miami

Port Everglades Port Miami

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SHIFT INTO GEAR WITH FAST INTERSTATE ACCESS

Washington Montana

Maine

North Dakota

Oregon

Vermont

Minnesota Idaho

New Hampshire Wisconsin

South Dakota Wyoming

Pennsylvania

Iowa

Nebraska

Nevada

Indiana Illinois

Utah

Florida’s robust road system is right outside our door, ready to get your goods where they need to be.

$694.8 billion worth of goods move through Florida via truck annually

New York Michigan

California

Kansas

New Jersey Delaware

Ohio West Virginia

Colorado

Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut

Maryland

Virginia

Missouri Kentucky

North Carolina Tennessee

$421.6 billion of cargo trucked within the state

Arizona

Oklahoma

New Mexico

Arkansas

$184.1 billion of cargo shipped from other states

South Carolina Alabama

Georgia

Mississippi

Texas

Louisiana

$89.1 billion shipped to other states Florida

$135.2 billion worth of goods stay in Tri-county area (Miami Dade/Boward/Palm Beach) Convenient access to all major highways, including I-95, I-75, FL Turnpike, US 41 and US 27

Miami

Destination reach within 1 or 2 days from Miami Origin

Day drive

Radius (Miles)

Population (Millions)

Miami

1

840

59

Miami

2

1680

219


SHIFT INTO GEAR WITH FAST INTERSTATE ACCESS

Washington Montana

Maine

North Dakota

Oregon

Vermont

Minnesota Idaho

New Hampshire Wisconsin

South Dakota Wyoming

Pennsylvania

Iowa

Nebraska

Nevada

Indiana Illinois

Utah

Florida’s robust road system is right outside our door, ready to get your goods where they need to be.

$694.8 billion worth of goods move through Florida via truck annually

New York Michigan

California

Kansas

New Jersey Delaware

Ohio West Virginia

Colorado

Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut

Maryland

Virginia

Missouri Kentucky

North Carolina Tennessee

$421.6 billion of cargo trucked within the state

Arizona

Oklahoma

New Mexico

Arkansas

$184.1 billion of cargo shipped from other states

South Carolina Alabama

Georgia

Mississippi

Texas

Louisiana

$89.1 billion shipped to other states Florida

$135.2 billion worth of goods stay in Tri-county area (Miami Dade/Boward/Palm Beach) Convenient access to all major highways, including I-95, I-75, FL Turnpike, US 41 and US 27

Miami

Destination reach within 1 or 2 days from Miami Origin

Day drive

Radius (Miles)

Population (Millions)

Miami

1

840

59

Miami

2

1680

219


ADVANTAGES OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA LOGISTICS CENTER Reduced transportation “drayage” costs

SFLC will provide competitive advantages and reduced supply chain costs through:

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Reduced handling and touches through the supply chain

-

Reduced container repositioning expenses utilizing internal drayage methods

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Reduced lead-time to transfer goods to/from the road, rail, air, and port and direct connection to Port Miami and Port Everglades

The ability to provide one-stop shopping for value-added distribution services (transloading, kitting, assembly, etc.) without additional handling/transportation -

Reduced carbon emissions by facilitating the movement of goods via the rail versus OTR trucking

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Provide the capability of moving heavy goods more efficiently

-

An opportunity to comingle common ocean and air freight into consolidated shipments

-

A rail system capable of handling a multitude of freight (case goods, perishables, heavy industrial, agriculture)

Foreign Trade Zone Capabilities -

Duty exemption on re-exports

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Duty deferral

-

Customs documentation savings

-

Allows product manipulation with inverted tariff relief

-

Highly secure environment while still allowing quick and easy access and egress to the complex


ADVANTAGES OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA LOGISTICS CENTER Reduced transportation “drayage” costs

SFLC will provide competitive advantages and reduced supply chain costs through:

-

Reduced handling and touches through the supply chain

-

Reduced container repositioning expenses utilizing internal drayage methods

-

Reduced lead-time to transfer goods to/from the road, rail, air, and port and direct connection to Port Miami and Port Everglades

The ability to provide one-stop shopping for value-added distribution services (transloading, kitting, assembly, etc.) without additional handling/transportation -

Reduced carbon emissions by facilitating the movement of goods via the rail versus OTR trucking

-

Provide the capability of moving heavy goods more efficiently

-

An opportunity to comingle common ocean and air freight into consolidated shipments

-

A rail system capable of handling a multitude of freight (case goods, perishables, heavy industrial, agriculture)

Foreign Trade Zone Capabilities -

Duty exemption on re-exports

-

Duty deferral

-

Customs documentation savings

-

Allows product manipulation with inverted tariff relief

-

Highly secure environment while still allowing quick and easy access and egress to the complex


CONTACT US

2855 Le Jeune Road / 4th Floor / Coral Gables, FL 33134 / 305.520.2300 / info @ VȍFPia.FRP/ wwwVȍFPLDFoP


South Florida Logistics Center