SFCT is starting our eRTG project which will prepare the terminal for the future. The construction company has been moving their equipment in and we fenced off the first area that will be worked. We had to move a few fences to accommodate the construction equipment but these will be completed in a day or two. In the meantime the truckline might be a little slower than usual however, every trucker that comes to the terminal will be serviced.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during this period and we will make every effort to accommodate every customer.
Mark J. Baker
Please note any import load location that begins with the below number / letter
combination is a block stack location and will not be available for delivery.
1N / 2N / 3N / 1M / 2M / 3M / 1L / 2L / 3L
For over 35 years, SFCT has operated and cooperated with PortMiami to serve cargo carriers from around the globe, bringing essential goods in for the South Florida community as well as those markets further North in Florida and throughout the United States. These incomparable times of unseen viral spread and “social distancing” forced our operation to expand its safety awareness efforts to include not only the physical safety of those working in the terminal, but also the immune safety of all those we consider fellow employees: The International Longshoremen Union, contractors, vendors, truckers and our own company employees. SFCT considers the continued health and safety of these workers to be of utmost importance in order to continue servicing our community in this time of unexpected business closures and stay-at-home orders.
SFCT CTPAT certification valid through 2023
New Terminal Tariff will be effective starting next year, January 01, 2019. Please click on below link for a preview of this new tariff. Current tariff can be found above on this page under the Reference tab.
All Drivers must use the problem resolution booth for all inbound trouble tickets.
Drivers are not allowed to walk outside the marked pathway at the Gate area.
Any Driver observed walking outside the pathway will be asked to leave the premises and face disciplinary action from the terminal.