Procurement

CasAmerica Marine’s supply chain, through its ship chandler partners, involves extensive communication to collect and consolidate orders, truck the orders to port, handle the onboard loading, while meeting tight docking schedules and navigating increasingly restrictive wharf-side security policies.

We supply the maritime industry through all major ports in the southeast region.

Through our automated procurement platform for shipping companies, ShipServ’s electronic Ship Supply Management (eSSM), the supply process is efficient, leading to a significant reduction in lead time.

Port of Miami

PortMiami

Port_of_Miami_Florida

PortMiami is a seaport located in Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida, United States. It is connected to Downtown Miami by Port Boulevard—a causeway over the Intracoastal Waterway—and to the neighboring Watson Island via the Port of Miami Tunnel.  Wikipedia

Port Everglades

Port Everglades

porteverglade is a seaport in Broward County, Florida. As one of South Florida’s leading economic powerhouses, Port Everglades is the gateway for international trade and cruise vacations. Currently the third busiest cruise port worldwide, Port Everglades is also one of Florida’s leading container ports, with more than 4,000 ship calls annually. Port Everglades is South Florida’s main seaport for receiving petroleum products including gasoline, and alternative fuels. Wikipedia

Port of Palm Beach

 

Port_of_Palm_Beach_logoThe Port of Palm Beach

is located in Riviera Beach, Florida, in Palm Beach County. The Port is an independent taxing district, with a five-member board of commissioners elected at large by voters within the district. The Port district covers a land area of 971 square miles (2,510 km2) or approximately fifty percent of the Palm Beach County area. The port is administered by an Executive Director and professional staff of 59 full-time employees.Wikipedia

The Port of New Orleans

350px-Container_ship_New_OrleansThe Port of New Orleans

is a port located in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is the 6th largest port in the United States based on volume of cargo handled, second-largest in the state after the Port of South Louisiana, and 13th largest in the U.S. based on value of cargo.[citation needed] It also has the longest wharf in the world, which is 2.01 miles (3.4 km) long and can accommodate 15 vessels at one time.Wikipedia

Gulfport Mississippi

Gulfport

(Mississippi) is the second largest city in Mississippi after the state capital Jackson. It is the larger of the two principal cities of the Gulfport-Biloxi, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is included in the Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, Mississippi Combined Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the city of Gulfport had a total population of 67,793. Gulfport is co-county seat with Biloxi of Harrison County, Mississippi. Gulfport is also home to the US Navy Atlantic Fleet Seabees.

Port of Savannah

The Port of Savannah is a major U. S. seaport located at Savannah, Georgia. Its extensive facilities for oceangoing vessels line both sides of the Savannah River approximately 18 miles (29 km) from the Atlantic Ocean. Operated by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), the Port of Savannah competes primarily with the Port of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina to the northeast, and the Port of Jacksonville in Jacksonville, Florida to the south. The GPA operates one other Atlantic seaport in Georgia, the Port of Brunswick, located at Brunswick, Georgia, as well as two interior ports linked to the Gulf of Mexico, Port Bainbridge and Port Columbus.

The location of the Port of Savannah, GA
Between 2000 and 2005 alone, the Port of Savannah was the fastest-growing seaport in the United States, with a compounded annual growth rate of 16.5 percent (the national average is 9.7 percent). Wikipedia

Jacksonville Port Authority

The Port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT) is an international trade seaport on the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The newest port in the United States, it carries over 21 million tons of cargo each year[1] and has an annual impact of over $19 billion, including 65,000 jobs.[2] It serves the Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, and is the second largest handler of vehicles in the United States with 656,805 in fiscal year 2008.[3][4] Jaxport was the 36th largest port in the country and third in Florida, behind the Port of Tampa and Port Everglades in 2008.[1] Wikipedia

Port of Pensacola

The Port of Pensacola is an operational deep-water port located on Pensacola Bay. With origins dating back to 1743, it is now one of the City of Pensacola’s Enterprise Operations, having been incorporated in 1943 as the Municipal Port Authority.
The present-day Port of Pensacola occupies approximately 50 acres of landfill at the southern terminus of Barracks Street in downtown Pensacola, on the site of the former Commendencia Street and Tarragona Street wharves. The Port has eight berths, 265,000 square feet of warehouse space, and on-dock rail service.

Port of Panama City

Panama City (Spanish: ciudad de Panamá) is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Panama.[2][3] It has a population of 880,691, with a total metro population of 1,440,381,[4] and is located at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal, in the province of Panama. The city is the political and administrative center of the country, as well as a hub for international banking and commerce.[5] It is considered a “beta-” world city, one of three Central American cities listed in this category

Port Tampa Bay

logotampaPort Tampa Bay, formerly known as the Port of Tampa, is the largest port in the state of Florida and has its operation overseen by the Tampa Port Authority. Wikipedia

Port of Mobile

alabama-portThe Port of Mobile is a deep-water port in Mobile, Alabama, United States. It is the only deep-water port in Alabama. It was ranked by the United States Army Corps of Engineers as the 9th largest port by tonnage in the nation during 2008, with a trade volume of 67,635,501 tons.. Wikipedia

Port of Pensacola

pensacola-logoThe Port of Pensacola is an operational deep-water port located on Pensacola Bay. With origins dating back to 1743, it is now one of the City of Pensacola’s Enterprise Operations, having been incorporated in 1943 as the Municipal Port Authority. Wikipedia