As the 11th largest port in the U. S., companies have immediate access to two interstate systems, five class 1 railroads and 15,000 miles of inland/intercoastal waterway connections. It features two harbors. The upper harbor’s channel is 40 feet in draft, has 2.4 million square feet for warehousing, and services Panamax ships carrying bulk, general cargo, roll-off/roll-on, heavy lift, and overseas cargo. The lower harbor, with a draft size of 45 feet typically services Post-Panamax ships carrying containers, steel and coal. There are 41 berths.