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Port of Miami container volume up 7pc


Port Miami, known as the Cruise Capital of the world, experienced container throughput increase of seven per cent to 906,607 TEU in 2011, bumping up last year's five per cent boost and maintaining its rank as number one port in Florida.
Port director Bill Johnson said the container volumes are particularly pleasing given the "ongoing uncertainties in the global economy" and is down to the strength of Latin American economies as South and Central America accounts for 50 per cent of its trade, cited a report from CBS Miami.
The port's healthy cruise traffic figures runs into its fourth consecutive year at four million passengers for fiscal 2011, the most of any port in the world.
Miami International Airport experienced six per cent more domestic passengers year on year and nine per cent increase of international passengers, putting it as the fastest growing airport of the top 20 in the US.

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