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Figure 4: Freight-Related Vessel Calls for Top 25 Ports by Tonnage, 2015

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  Vlookup label Table label Container Dry Bulk Other Freight Other Support
1 Norfolk - Newport News Virginia 1,858 2,026 1,409 3,448
2 Valdez Valdez - 35 246 37
3 Texas City Texas City - 58 4,638 1,676
4 Tampa Tampa 72 451 1,457 586
5 St. Louis St. Louis - 16,556 1,843 5,499
6 South Louisiana South Louisiana - 35,972 19,077 11,200
7 Savannah Savannah 1,853 203 867 336
8 Richmond Richmond 2 142 1,480 3,902
9 Port Arthur Port Arthur - 370 2,988 2,583
10 Plaquemines Plaquemines 2 12,087 8,270 2,715
11 Pascagoula Pascagoula - 90 2,544 1,040
12 New York New York and New Jersey 2,270 3,376 10,785 8,788
13 New Orleans New Orleans 504 15,051 11,284 9,367
14 Mobile Mobile 172 7,875 3,509 2,970
15 Los Angeles Los Angeles 1,089 674 2,218 4,439
16 Long Beach Long Beach 983 288 2,059 4,231
17 Lake Charles Lake Charles - 1,014 8,682 3,076
18 Huntington Huntington - Tristate - 16,154 6,468 14,145
19 Houston Houston 934 2,975 28,326 15,845
20 Duluth-Superior Duluth-Superior - 970 47 438
21 Corpus Christi Corpus Christi 1 525 6,775 3,716
22 Cincinnati Cincinnati-Northern KY - 23,576 2,207 3,982
23 Beaumont Beaumont - 325 9,059 4,737
24 Baton Rouge Baton Rouge - 8,044 9,622 8,309
25 Baltimore Baltimore 421 1,344 1,918 1,357

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, 2015 data, special tabulation, as of November 2016.

Updated: Sunday, May 21, 2017