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Jacksonville port sports new logo, website


The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) recently unveiled a new logo and website, and updated social media applications. 

The new logo reflects JAXPORT’s trade lanes, which include connections with Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Middle East and South America, as well as Jacksonville’s strategic location "at the crossroads of the nation's rail and highway network," port officials said in a press release. 

JAXPORT offers shippers connections to 140 ports around the globe. Port terminals integrate with three U.S. interstates, on-dock rail, 40 daily train departures, more than 100 trucking firms and dozens of ocean carriers. The port is served by CSX, Norfolk Southern Railway and Florida East Coast Railway.

"This new brand is a reflection of our commitment to creating an environment where our port partners and customers thrive," said JAXPORT Chief Executive Officer Eric Green. "With Jacksonville's harbor deepening program, the port's capital improvements, and our strong customer base, we are well on our way to achieving our mission to increase jobs and opportunities for our neighbors here in Northeast Florida."


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