U.S. seaports help deliver vital goods to consumers, ship exports overseas and support millions of jobs. In fact, seaports are a vital economic engine for the U.S., and the volume of goods that pass through each port has a direct correlation to industrial real estate demand. The major seaports across the country all posted strong results in 2018, but some slowed in early 2019, for both loaded inbound and outbound container volume, for a variety of factors.

In this interactive report, we will review the current state of the top nine U.S. seaports. We will go over the factors driving container volume fundamentals and provide an outlook for the rest of 2019 and beyond. Additionally, we will showcase the logistics advantages each port possesses, what projects are underway to modernize and better service importers and exporters, and most importantly, go over how all of this impacts industrial real estate.

Our latest report, the 2019 U.S. Seaports Outlook Report, presents an engaging, visual representation of the key facts about the major seaports, including:

Port of Charleston

Port of Houston

Port of Long Beach

Port of Los Angeles

Port of New York and New Jersey

The Northwest Seaport Alliance

Port of Oakland

Port of Savannah

Port of Virginia

For more insights, click here to view the full report.