Philadelphia Regional Port Authority
We are a plethora of temperature control amenities â€“ from reefer plugs to on-dock reefer space, all backed by a huge, port-proximate complex of storage, processing, inspection and distribution facilities, including the largest contiguous refrigerated wholesale produce market in the United States.
Consular Corps Association of Philadelphia
Philadelphia is a great international city. The first consulates in America were established in Philadelphia and today there are over 30 countries with representation here. We are delighted to partner with Ship Philly First in exploring and facilitating increased international trade. These maritime relationships strengthen both regional and global economies, building a better world through business.
Consulate of Mexico
The Consulate of Mexico has partnered with Ship Philly First to stimulate trade and commerce between the two countries and support a steamship service between the ports of Philadelphia and Veracruz,Mexico. Together we have helped several business people in the tri-state area explore contracts with potential partners in Mexico. The Consulate congratulates Ship Philly First for its commitment to bigger and better trade opportunities.
Chilean & American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia
We recognize that Chile is part of the economic vitality of Philadelphia, and we want that to grow. The ports of the Delaware River are the largest nexus of arrival for fresh Chilean fruit in the world, including grapes, apples, pears, peaches, plums, nectarines and apricots, as well as, summer citrus products.
ILA, Local 1291
Our flexibility and rapid turnaround combined with our strategic location allow us to get cargo more quickly to destinations throughout the Eastern seaboard, as well as, Chicago, the Midwest and Canada.
Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River & Bay
The port community is served by both large motor carriers and a variety of independent operators. Our direct access to a variety of national and state routes affords our customers multiple options for cost-effective and efficient inland cargo movements.
Select Greater Philadelphia
The role the ports play in connecting Greater Philadelphia to the global community is key in driving new trade relationships and building upon existing ones. It also opens up the gateway for foreign direct investment into our region. The ports are an important infrastructure asset as our region looks to grow as a new energy hub in the Northeast.