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Port Performance Freight Statistics Program

Friday, January 14, 2022

The Port Performance Freight Statistics Program provides nationally consistent performance measures on capacity and throughput for the Nation’s largest tonnage, container, and dry bulk ports.

Annual Report

The Port Performance Freight Statistics Program: Annual Reports to Congress provide summary statistics and detailed analysis for the Nation’s largest container, tonnage, and dry bulk ports.

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Special Report

The Port Performance Freight Statistics Program: Supply-Chain Feature provide a special analysis of U.S. ports and the recent supply-chain disruptions.

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Port Profiles and Container Port Activity Dashboard

The Port Profiles provide interactive capacity and throughput data for the Nation’s largest container, tonnage, and dry bulk ports. We also maintain an interactive Container Port Activity Dashboard.

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Port-related Data Spotlight Articles

Tropical Storm Elsa Makes Landfall in Florida; BTS Map Shows U.S. Ports Affected by 2020 Named Storms

Suez Canal Blockage by Ever Given Will Affect U.S. Ports, Businesses, Consumers

Resumed Trade with China and Consumer Activity in Late Quarters Leaves Top U.S. Container Ports with Solid 2020