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U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
July 1965-Dec. 1970.
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Aug. 1965- prepared in the Bureau's Foreign Trade Division.
General Note:
"FT985."

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Maurice H. Stans, Secretary
l4 occco C. Siciliano, Under Secretary
sl Secretary for Economic Affairs


BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
A. Ross Eckler, Director


SUMMARY REPORT


TRADE AREA, COASTAL DISTRICT, CUSTOMS
LADING OR UNLADING, AND TYPE OF SI


OF


This report presents information on the segment of
U.S. foreign trade that is exported or imported by vessel.
Data have been compiled from Shipper's Export Declara-
tions (Commerce Form 7525-V) and import entries during
the regular processing of statistical data on foreign trade
shipments and reflect the physical movement of water-
borne foreign trade shipments into and out of the U.S.
Customs area (includes the 50 States, the District of
Columbia, and Puerto Rico), with certain exceptions as
indicated. Both export and import statistics exclude data
on shipments between the United States and Puerto Rico,
between the United States and its possessions (including
the Virgin Islands), and between U.S. possessions and
foreign countries. They also exclude shipments made by
mail or parcel post (including such shipments trans-
ported by vessel), exports and imports of vessels
moving under their own power or afloat, shipments of
household goods or personal effects belonging to
travelers, and other transactions that are not considered
exports or imports for statistical purposes (such as
temporary exports or imports). Data on merchandise
shipped in transit through the United States are included
in tables E-1 and I-1 and excluded from other tables.
Shipping weight figures represent the gross weight of
shipments, including the weight of containers, wrappings,
crates, and moisture content, but excluding the weight
of lift vans, cargo vans, and similar substantial outer
containers. Additional information regarding the export
and import statistics is given below.

Exports

The value shown in the export statistics is defined
as the value at time and place of export. It is based on
the selling price (or cost if not sold) and includes in-
land freight, insurance, and other charges to the port of
exportation. Transportation and other costs beyond the
U.S. port of exportation are excluded.

The statistics on waterborne exports of domestic and
foreign merchandise and non-Department of Defense
shipments of Special Category commodities reflect fully
compiled data for shipments to Canada individually
valued at $2,000 and over, combined with estimated data
for shipments valued $100-$1,999, based on a 10-percent
sample of such shipments. For countries other than
Canada, the export statistics reflect fully compiled data
for shipments individually valued at $500 and over com-


bined with estimated data for shipments valued $100-$499,
based on a 50-percent sample of such shipments. Data
on shipments valued under $100 are excluded from the
statistics on waterborne exports presented in this report.


Vessel export shipments are credited to the port at
which the merchandise was laden on the exporting car-
rier. The figures for exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise (as indicated by column headings in table
E-1 and as presented in tables E-2, E-3, E-4, and E-5)
include nongovernment shipments, shipments to U.S.
civilian government agencies, and government-financed
economic assistance shipments under the Foreign As-
sistance Act. Excluded from the figures on exports of
domestic and foreign merchandise (in addition to the
exclusions previously mentioned) are shipments of sup-
plies and equipment to U.S. military forces for their
own use, shipments of Department of Defense controlled
cargo under foreign aid programs, and all shipments of
Special Category commodities (commodities for which
detailed information may not be released for security
reasons).


The figures for Department of Defense and Special
Category non-Department of Defense controlled cargo
(shown in tables E-l, E-6, and E-7) represent consoli-
dated data for shipments of Department of Defense
controlled cargo under special foreign aid programs,
such as Department of Defense Military Assistance
Program--Grant-Aid, etc., shipped on commercial or
military vessels (vessels owned and operated by the
Department of Defense) and shipments of Special Category
commodities not controlled by the Department of Defense.
A list of Special Category commodities, which appeared
in the January 1965 issue of Report FT 410, may be
obtained from the Bureau of the Census. Since the
commodities currently under security restrictions do not
include those of the type that would normally be carried
on tanker vessels, separate information is not presented
for exports of Department of Defense and Special
Category shipments on tanker vessels.

Imports

General imports are the total of entries for immediate
consumption and entries into customs bonded storage and


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manufacturing warehouses. In addition to the exclusions
mentioned previously, vessel import figures exclude
American goods returned by U.S. military forces for their
own use and imports arriving on vessels owned and
operated by the Departmcit of Defense. The statistics
presented in this report also exclude data on shipments
valued under $251 reported on both formal and in-
formal entries. (Informal entries generally contain
items valued not more than $250).

The value shown in the import' statistics is defined
generally as the market value in the foreign country,
and therefore excludes U.S. import duties, freight charges
from the foreign country to the United States, and
insurance. Value information is required to be reported
on import entries in accordance with Sections 402 and
402a of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended. Vessel import
shipments are credited to the customs district and port
at which the merchandise was unladen--not necessarily
the district or port at which the merchandise was entered
into warehouse or entered for immediate consumption.

Types of Vessel Service

Liner service is that type of service offered by a
regular line operator of vessels on berth. The itineraries
and sailing schedules of vessels in liner service are
predetermined and fixed. Irregular (or tramp) service
is that type of service afforded by vessels, other than
tanker vessels, that are chartered or otherwise hired for
the carriage of goods on special voyages. Vessels in this
type of service are not on berth and their sailing
schedules are not predetermined or fixed. Tanker vessels
are primarily designed for the carriage ofliquidcargoes
in bulk. All others are classified as dry cargo vessels.

Foreign Trade Areas

The foreign trade areas shown in this report are
defined in Schedule R, Code Classification and Definitions
of Foreign Trade Areas (copies available from the Bureau
of the Census). Exports by vessel are credited to the
foreign trade area in which the merchandise was unladen,
imports are credited to the trade area in which the
merchandise was laden. The countries of destination or
origin of merchandise are not necessarily located within
the trade areas to which the merchandise is shipped or
from which it is received.

U.S. Coastal Districts

The U.S. coastal districts are defined as follows:

a. North Atlantic-Includes ports along the eastern
seaboardfrom the northern boundary of Maine to
the southern boundary of Virginia.

b. South Atlantic-Includes ports along the eastern
seaboard from the northern boundary of North
Carolina to, but not including, Key West, Florida.
Also included are all ports in Puerto Rico.


c. Gulf-Includes all ports along the Gulf of Mexico
from Key West, Florida, to Brownsville, Texas,
inclusive.

d. South Pacific-Includes all ports in the States of
California and Hawaii.

e. North Pacific-Includes all ports in the States of
Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.

f. Great Lakes-Includes all ports bordering upon the
Great Lakes and their connecting waterways as well
as all ports in the State of New York on the St.
Lawrence River.

In-Transit Shipments

Information on merchandise shipped in bond through
the United States in transit from one foreign country to
another without having been entered as an import is shown
in tables E-1 and 1-1. The waterborne outbound and
inbound in-transit statistics include (1) foreign mer-
chandise transferred from one vessel to another in the
U.S. port of arrival and shipped to a foreign country
without being released from customs custody in the United
States, and (2) foreign merchandise arriving by vessel
atoneU.S. port, shipped through the United States under
customs bond, and leaving the United States by vessel
from a port other than that at which it arrived. In
addition, the waterborne outbound in-transit statistics
also include (1) foreign merchandise withdrawn from a
general order warehouse for immediate export by vessel
or for transportation and export by vessel (such mer-
chandise was not recorded as an import when it entered
the warehouse), and (2) foreign merchandise shipped via
vessel from a U.S. Foreign Trade Zone to a foreign
country (such merchandise is deposited in the Foreign
Trade Zone without being entered as an import).

Any inbound or outbound in-transit merchandise
moving by methods of transportation other than vessel is
excluded from the in-transit statistics. Thus, mer-
chandise arriving at the United States by vessel and
leaving by some other method of transportation is in-
cluded in the inbound data only. On the other hand,
merchandise arriving by other than waterborne trans-
portation and laden aboard vessels upon departure is
included only in the outbound statistics. The inbound and
outbound segments, therefore, do not counter-balance one
another and are complementary only insofar as they
involve merchandise carried by vessels to and from the
United States.

Symbols Used in the Tables of This Report:

Represents zero.

B Percent not shown when base is less than half
of the unit of measurement shown.

Z Less than half of the unit of measurement shown;
less than 0.05 percent.


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APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 3


Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds), Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total-- DSpecifalense Dome coe c D ti.
Grand total domestic, Domestic l oei, Domesticomestic Domestic Domesticgn, Domestic
Grand total domestic, Domestic Category foreign, and foreign, and n
Total foreign, and In-transit Non-Dept. and and and and
and foreign f Def se in-transit foreign in-transit foreign intransit oreig
in-transit controlled
cargo

TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS:
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1968 32 613 29 859 29 811 29 663 148 48 2 754 2 752 1 571 1 537 77 77
APRIL 1968 . 32 942 30 124 30 076 29 922 155 48 2 818 2 816 1 713 1 673 74 74
MARCH 1969 . 28 285 25 451 25 404 25 337 67 47 2 834 2 825 1 736 1 712 77 75
APRIL 1969 34 997 32 202 32 158 32 055 102 45 2 795 2 790 1 954 1 913 87 87


NORTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 8 977 8 735 8 711 8 636 75 24 242 242 919 885 8 8

PORTLAND, MAINE. . 11 11 11 11 1 1
PORTLAND, MAINE. ....... (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) I(Z (
BANGOR, MAINE. .
EASTPORTt MAINE. -
BATH9 MAINE.. .
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. -
CALAIS. MAINE. .
ROCKLAND. MAINE. -
JONESPORT. MAINE -
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. .
BELFAST. MAINE .
SEARSPORT. MAINE 11 11 11 11 -. 1

BOSTON. MASS.. .. 161 158 158 158 (Z 3 3 7 7 (Z (Z)
BOSTON, MASS... 158 155 155 154 (Z) 3 3 6 6 (Z) (Z)
GLOUCESTER, MASS.. 2 2 2 2 (Z -
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 1 1 1 1 -(Z (Z)
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. -
FALL RIVER. MASS.. .
SALEM. MASS. . .
PROVINCETOWN# MASS.. -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. 93 93 93 93 1 1
NEWPORT. R.I.. -.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. .93 93 93 93 1 1 -
MELLVILLE. R.I. -

BRIDGEPORTi CONN.. .. 16 16 16 16 Z Z)
BRIDGEPORT. CONN.. .- -
HARTFORD. CONN.. -
NEW HAVEN. CONN. 16 16 16 16 (Z) (Z)
NEW LONDON. CONN.. -

NEW YORK, N.Y. 1 420 1 380 1 368 1 318 51 12 40 40 655 637 3 3
NEW YORK. N.Y. I 420 1 380 1 368 1 318 51 12 40 40 655 637 3 3
ALBANY, N.Y. -

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. 544 409 409 399 10 IZ) 135 135 47 42 3 3
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. .. 432 360 360 350 10 (Z) 72 72 45 40 1 1
CHESTER. PA. 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
WILMINGTON. DEL. .... .. 38 38 38 38 (Z) ) -
PAULSBORO. N.J. 30 7 7 7 (Z) 24 24 1 1 1 1
CAMDEN. N.J. 3 1
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J. -
MARCUS HOOK. PA 38 1 1 1 37 37 (Z) (Z) 1 1

BALTIMORE. MD. . 932 926 915 912 3 11 6 6 93 92 1 1
ANNAPOLIS. MD. -
CAMBRIDGE. MD. .- -
BALTIMORE, MD. . 932 926 915 912 3 11 6 6 93 92 1 1
CRISFIELD. MD. -
NORFOLK, VA. . 5 799 5 741 5 740 5 729 11 1 58 58 114 105 2 2
NORFOLK. VA. .. 4 394 4 380 4 380 4 370 10 1 14 14 73 65 1 1
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. 1 330 1 330 1 330 1 328 1 35 35 -
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG VA 75 31 31 31 (Z) 45 45 6 6 1 1
CAPE CHARLES CITY VA. -
REEDVILLE, VA. -
HOPEWELL. VA.. ...... (Z) (Z) () (Z) (Z1) (Z)

WASHINGTON. D.C. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (ZI (Z) (Z)
WASHINGTON. D.C. .
ALEXANDRIA. VA.. .) (Z) ) ( () (Z) (Z) -


SOUTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 1 267 1 094 1 092 1 089 4 2 173 172 101 100 4 4

WILMINGTON N.C. . 172 172 171 171 I 17 17
WILMINGTON, N.C. 35 35 33 33 1 5 5
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 138 138 138 138 12 12 -

CHARLESTON. S.C. . 187 184 183 183 (Z) (Z) 4 4 17 17 (Z) (Z)
CHARLESTON. S.C. ...... 175 175 174 174 (Z) (Z) 17 17 -
GEORGETOWN, S.C. 12 9 9 9 4 4 (Z) (Z) Z) (Z)






4 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS APRIL 1969


Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total-- Defense
Grand total Joineitlc. Domestic ndSpecial Domestic, Domestic Domestic Domestic Domesti Domestic
TotalGrand total Jore lgn, and In-transit Category foreign, and foreign, and foreign, ad
Total oregn, and In-transit NonateDept. and and and
and foreign in-transit foreign in-transit feign foreign
in-transof Defense in-transit in-transit i in sit
-transt controlled
cargo

SOUTH ATLANTIC--CONTINUED

SAVANNAH GA.. . 195 195 195 195 (Z) 24 24 -
BRUNSWICKi GA. . 17 17 17 17 2 2 -
SAVANNAH, GA.. 178 178 178 178 (Z) 21 21

TAMPA, FLA.1 . 307 307 307 307 (Z) 9 9 -
JACKSONVILLEv FLA. 290 290 290 290 (Z) 8 8 -
FERNANDINA BEACH FLA. 10 10 10 10 1 1 -
PORT CANAVERALt FLA. 8 8 8 8 (Z) Z)

SAN JUAN, P.R. . 228 60 60 59 (Z) 169 169 4 4 4 4
AGUADILLAw P.R -
FAJARDO P.R .. -
GUANICA9 P.R.. 16 16 16 (Z() Z)
HUMACAO P.R.. .. -
MAYAGUEZv P.R. (Z) (Z) () (Z) Z) (Z)
PONCEt P.R,. . 26 26 26 26 (Z) (Z)
SAN JUAN9 P.R. . 34 34 34 33 (Z) (Z) (Z) 4 3 (Z) (Z)
JOBOS, P.R,. .. .. 88 88 88 2 2
GUAYANILLAi P.R. ... 65 65 65 2 2

MIAMIt FLA.1 ... 176 176 176 173 3 (Z) (Z) (Z) 29 28 (Z) (Z)
MIAMI. FLA.. 60 60 60 59 1 (ZI (Z) 20 19 (Z)
PORT EVERGLADESi FLA.. 17 16 16 16 (Z) ) (Z) 1 1 (Z) (Z)
WEST PALM BEACH* FLA ... 24 24 24 22 2 8 7
FORT PIERCE. FLA.. 76 76 76 76 (Z) (Z) (Z)


GULF, TOTAL. 12 916 11 178 11 175 11 156 19 3 1 738 1 736 552 549 65 65

TAMPA FLA.1 .... .. 2 335 2 330 2 330 2 330 IZ) 5 5 20 20 (Z) (Z)
TAMPAl FLA.. . 2 264 2 259 2 259 2 259 (2) 5 5 20 20 (Z) (Z)
BOCAGRANDE. FLA. .. 72 72 72 72 (Z) (Z)
ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. -

MOBILEt ALA. . 1 433 1 341 1 341 1 341 (Z) (Z) 92 92 62 62 2 2
MOBILE, ALA .... .* 832 832 832 832 (Z) (ZI 39 39 -
GULFPORT, MISS.. 47 47 47 47 (Z) 2 2 -
PASCAGOULAt MISS.. 421 330 330 330 92 92 13 13 2 2
APALACHICOLA. FLA. -
CARRABELLEt FLA. -
PANAMA CITY. FLA.. 101 101 101 101 6 6 -
PENSACOLA. FLA.. 7 7 7 7 1
PORT ST. JOEi FLA. 24 24 24 24 1 1

NEW ORLEANS. LA. 5 318 4 858 4 855 4 852 3 3 460 460 267 266 20 20
MORGAN CITY. LA. .. Q. (2) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) Z) (Z) -
NEW ORLEANS. LA. 2 315 2 171 2 168 2 165 3 3 144 144 178 177 10 10
BATON ROUGE. LA. 998 812 812 812 186 186 28 28 5 5
PORT SULPHURI LA... 158 102 102 102 55 55 2 2 1 1
MEMPHIS* TENN -
CHATTANOOGAt TENN. -
DESTREHAN9 LA. .... 1 701 1 680 1 680 1 680 21 21 55 55 (Z) (Z)
GRAMERCY. LA.. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
GREENVILLEi MISS .. -
AVONDALEi LA... 54 54 54 5 5
ST. ROSE. LA... .. 92 92 92 92 4 4 -
GOOD HOPE. LA. ... -

PORT ARTHUR. TEX.. 1 026 725 725 725 (Z) 301 301 30 30 6 6
PORT ARTHURt TEX. 233 201 201 201 32 32 4 4 1 1
SABINEt TEX. . -
ORANGE, TEX. . 29 29 29 29 2 2 -
BEAUMONT, TEX. .. 526 343 343 343 (Z) 184 184 12 12 3 3
LAKE CHARLES LA.. 237 152 152 152 86 86 11 11 2 2

GALVESTON. TEX.. 1 248 862 862 861 (Z) 386 386 66 66 16 16
GALVESTONt TEX.. 483 427 427 427 (Z) 55 55 47 47 2 2
FREEPORT, TEX. ..... 264 48 48 48 216 216 3 3 8 8
CORPUS CHRISTIr TEX 369 323 32 323 46 46 14 14 2 2
TEXAS CITYt TEX. 74 5 5 5 69 69 1 1 5 5
PORT LAVACA. TEX.. 58 58 58 58 2 2 -

LAREDO; TEX. (BROWNSVILLE) 27 27 27 13 14 (Z) (Z) 2 1 (Z) (Z)

CLEVELAND. OHIO1 .
EVANSVILLEt IND. -
LOUISVILLE, KY.. -

ST. LOUIS. MO. .- -

MIAMIv FLA. (KEY WEST)1. .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (2 -

HOUSTON. TEX.. . 1 529 1 035 1 035 1 034 1 (2) 494 492 105 105 19 19

SEE FOOTNOTE AT END OF TABLE.






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS


Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds)- Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total-- Deense m ti Doestic, i Domesti
CustoGrand total domestic Domestic ndSpeial Domestic Domestic s Domestic D Domestic
rand total domestic, Domesticategory foreign, and foreign, foreign, dt
Total foreign, and In-transit pt and a and an and
and foreign of in-trasit foreign in-transit foreign in-transt foreign
intransitcontrolled
cargo

SOUTH PACIFIC, TOTAL 3 389 2 844 2 835 2 832 4 9 545 545 221 218 6 6

SAN DIEGO. CALIF.. 89 89 89 88 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) 5 5 (Z) (Z)

LOS ANGELES9 CALIF... 2 089 1 661 1 660 1 658 2 1 428 428 78 77 3 3
LOS ANGELES. CALIF..... 998 725 724 722 2 1 273 273 57 56 2 2
PORT SAN LUIS9 CALIF.. -
LONG BEACH9 CALIF...... 981 936 936 935 (Z) (Z) 46 46 21 21 (Z) (Z)
EL SEGUNDO CALIF. 109 109 109 1 1
VENTURA. CALIF.. -
PORT HUENEMEv CALIF. -
CAPITAN9 CALIF. .
MORROi CALIF... .. .

SAN FRANCISCOw CALIF..... 1 203 1 085 1 078 1 077 1 8 117 117 137 135 3 3
EUREKA, CALIF. 101 101 101 101 4 4-
MONTEREY, CALIF. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) Z) -
SAN FRANCISCO# CALIF.. 225 177 176 175 1 1 48 48 81 80 1 1
STOCKTON. CALIF. ... 78 78 77 77 (Z) 4 4
OAKLAND' CALIF ..- 166 166 164 164 (Z) 1 23 22 -
RICHMONDr CALIF. 80 49 49 49 31 31 2 2 1 1
ALAMEDA. CALIF-. 28 24 23 23 (Z) (Z) 4 4 6 6 (Z) (Z)
CROCKETTt CALIF. -
SACRAMENTO. CALIF ..... 419 419 419 419 18 1 -
MARTINEZ, CALIF. -
REDWOOD CITY. CALIF ..... 18 18 18 18 (ZI (Z)
SELBYt CALIF*.. .
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER. CALIF.. 83 49 49 49 34 34 Z) (Z) (Z) (Z
SAN PABLO BAY. CALIF.. -
CARQUINEZ STRAITt CALIF. 4 4 (Z) (Z (Z) (Z)
SUISUN BAY. CALIF -.

HONOLULUt HAWAII 9 9 9 9 ( ( 1 1
HONOLULU. HAWAII 9 9 9 9 Z) Z- 1
HILO. HAWAII . .
KAHULUIi HAWAII. -
NAWILILI-PORT ALLENi HAWAII. -


NORTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 3 534 3 487 3 480 3 479 1 8 47 47 103 103 2 2

PORTLAND. OREG .. ...... 2 104 2 101 2 098 2 097 (Z) 4 3 3 59 59 (Z) (Z)
ASTORIA. OREG. 271 271 271 271 3 3
NEWPORT. OREG. 4 4 4 4 (Z) (Z1 (Z)
COOS BAY8 OREG. 395 395 393 393 2 6 6 -
PORTLAND. OREG.. 720 717 716 716 (Z) 1 3 3 27 27 (Z) (ZI
LONGVIEW@ WASH.* 487 487 487 486 (Z (Z) 13 13 -
VANCOUVER' WASH. ... .... 107 107 107 107 (Z) 6 6 -
KALAMA, WASH.. 120 120 120 120 3 3 -

SEATTLE. WASH.. . 1 300 1 256 1 252 1 252 1 4 44 44 39 39 2 2
SEATTLE' WASH. ........ 247 223 220 220 (Z) 2 24 24 15 15 1 1
TACOMA, WASH.. . 272 261 260 260 (Z) 12 12 8 8 1 1
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM9 WASH.. .. 313 313 313 313 (Z) 5 5 -
BLAINE, WASH.. <(Z) (Z) (Z) t Z) -- -
BELLINGHAMH WASH.. 58 50 50 50 8 8 5 5 () Z)
EVERETT# WASH. .. 46 46 46 46 (Z) 1 1
PORT ANGELESt WASH.. .. 99 99 99 98 (2) 1 3 2 -
PORT TOWNSEND. WASH. .. .. 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
ANACORTES. WASH. 13 13 13 13 (Z) (Z)
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH ...... 73 73 73 73 Z) (Z) -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND, WASH. 13 13 13 13 (Z) 1 (Z)
OLYMPIAt WASH. . 164 164 164 164 2 2
NEAH BAY. WASH .. -

ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. 130 130 130 130 5 5
JUNEAU, ALASKA .. .... 6 6 6 6 (Z) -
KETCHIKAN. ALASKA 30 30 30 30 1
SKAGWAY. ALASKA. 29 29 29 29 (Z) (Z
WRANGELL. ALASKA 37 37 37 37 1
FAIRBANKS' ALASKA. -
PETERSBURG' ALASKA -
SITKA# ALASKA.. ...... 29 29 29 29 2 2
PELICAN. ALASKA. -
SAND POINT. ALASKA ... -
ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (
KODIAK. ALASKA ..... (Z) (Z) tZ) (Z) I (Z) Z) -


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL 4 913 4 864 4 864 4 864 (Z) 50 48 58 58 2 2

OGDENSBURGO N.Y. -
OGDENSBURG. N.Y. -
MASSENA. N.Y.. -
FORT COVINGTON. N.Y. -






6 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS APRIL 1969


Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds)- Value (in millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total-- Defense
Grand total domestic, Domestic nd ecial Domestic, Domestic estic' Domestic Domestic, Domeslic
Total forei and In-transit Category and nford' and fo gn and
forei N-Dept and o and and
S foreignfense in-transit freig in-tr si i- foreign in-transit foreign
in-transit controlled
cargo

GREAT LAKES--CONTINUED

OGDENSBURG, N.Y.--CONTINUED
CAPE VINCENT, N.Y. .
MORRISTOWN. N.Y. -.
ALEXANDRIA BAY* N.Y. -.
CHAMPLAIN-ROUSES POINT, N.Y. -
WADDINGTON@ N.Y. *. -
CLAYTON. N.Y.. .- -

BUFFALO, N.Y.. . () (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) Z)
BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS. N.Y. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z (Z)
ROCHESTER, N.Y**.. ..
OSWEGO, N.Y.. .- -
SODUS POINT. N.Y. .. -
SYRACUSE, N.Y. .
UTICA, N.Y.. -

PEMBINA. N. DAK. .
WARROAD. MINN. -
BAUDETTEt MINN.. -

DULUTH. MINN.. .. ..... 580 570 570 570 10 8 11 11 1 1
DULUTH, MINN.. ..... 80 70 70 70 10 8 3 3 1 1
ASHLANDi WIS.. -
INTERNAT'L FALLS-RANIER, MINN -
SUPERIOR# WIS. 196 196 196 196 6 6 -
GRAND PORTAGE, MINN. -
SILVER BAY. MINN. 3 304 30 30 304 2 2 -

MILWAUKEE. WIS.. 70 63 63 63 7 7 5 5 (Z) )
MILWAUKEE. WIS.. 64 61 61 61 3 3 5 5 (ZI (Z)
MARINETTE, WIS. ......... -" -
GREEN BAY WIS..: : : 6 1 1 4 4 (ZI (2) (2) IZz
MANITOWOC, WIS.. -
SHEBOYGAN WISe. .
RACINE. WIS. .... (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

DETROIT. MICH. 321 307 307 307 (Z) 15 15 5 5 (Z) (Z)
DETROIT. MICH. 31 19 19 19 (Z) 11 11 1 1 (Z) (Z)
PORT HURON, MICH.. ( (2) (2) (2) (Z) (Z)
SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH -
SAGINAW-BAY CITY. MICH.. 121 118 118 118 3 3 4 4 (Z) 1Z)
ESCANABA, MICH.. # -
MARQUETTE. MICH. -
ALGONACo MICH. -.
MUSKEGON. MICH.. 13 13 13 13 (Z) (Z
GRAND HAVEN. MICH. .. ... -
ROGERS CITYi MICH. .. 34 34 34 34 (Z) (Z
DETOUR, MICH.. 4 4 4 4 (Z (Z)
MACKINAC ISLAND* MICH. -
SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. -
PRESQUE ISLE. MICH.. -
ALPENA, MICH.. . 50 50 50 50 Z) (Z)
FERRYSBURG@ MICH. 68 68 68 68 (Z) (Z)

CHICAGOl ILL. . 345 343 343 343 1 1 13 13 (Z) (Z1
CHICAGO, ILL.. .. ... 345 343 343 343 1 1 13 13 (Z) (Z)
PEORIA. ILL. . -
EAST CHICAGO. IND. -
GARY. IND. .* .

CLEVELAND. OHIO1 3 598 3 581 3 581 3 581 16 16 24 24 (Z) (Z)
CLEVELAND, OHIO .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 -
TOLEDO. OHIO . 1 057 1 0 0 1 041 1 041 16 16 13 13 (Z) (Z)
ERIE. PA. 12 12 122 2 2) (Z) -
SANDUSKY, OHIO . 662 662 662 662 3 3 -
ASHTABULA. OHIO. 700 700 700 700 3 3 -
CONNEAUT, OHIO 1 165 1 165 1 165 165 4 4
AIRPORT, OHIO -. .
HURON. OHIO. -
LORAIN, OHIO ..* s


'TOTALS OF CUSTOMS DISTRICTS HAVING PORTS
FOR THE CUSTOMS DISTRICT.


LOCATED IN MORE THAN ONE COASTAL DISTRICT SHOULD BE COMBINED TO OBTAIN TOTAL EXPORTS






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 7


Table E-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data show represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See tables E-3, E-4, and E-5 for
cargo in each service by coastal district. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
USU.S.
Total U.S. flag U.S t Total U.S. flag U.S. Total U.S. flag U.S. Total U.S. flag U.S
percent percent percent percent


GRAND TOTAL . 34 845 2 732 7.8 5 455 1 415 25.9 26 600 1 109 4.2 2 790 208 7.5

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS* EXCEPT
CANADIAN .. 29 488 2 477 8.4 5 418 1 404 25.9 21 544 883 4.1 2 527 189 7.5

CARIBBEAN .. .I 1 413 90 6.4 508 66 13.0 695 22 3.2 211 2 .9
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 21 6 28.6 19 6 31.6 2 (Z) (B) (Z)
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 1 393 84 6.0 489 61 12.5 693 21 3.0 211 2 .9
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 1 181 121 10.2 229 89 38.9 831 32 3.9 121 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 449 98 21.8 192 76 39.6 248 22 8.9 9 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO 248 51 20.6 50 13 26.0 131 67 39 58.2
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 26 2 7.7 13 2 15.4 13 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO .. 222 49 22.1 37 10 27.0 119 67 39 58.2

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 187 5 2.7 35 145 8 5 62.5
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 721 45 6.2 245 45 18.4 290 (Z) (8) 186 -
BALTIC. SCANDINAVIAt ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. .... 751 26 3.5 146 22 15.1 512 3 .6 93 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE ..... 6 161 136 2.2 789 136 17.2 4 601 (Z) (8) 772 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 3 825 76 2.0 456 76 16.7 2 674 (Z) (8) 694 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 574 26 4.5 120 26 21.7 450 4 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 1 760 34 1.9 210 34 16.2 1 477 (Z) (B) 73 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE . 2 (Z) (B) 2 (Z) (B) (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 635 8 1.3 43 8 18.6 537 55 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 521 7 1.3 25 7 28.0 441 55 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 54 1 1.9 4 1 25.0 50 -
PORTUGAL. . 60 14 47 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE . .- -
AZORES. MEDITERRANEAN. AND BLACK
SEA. . 3 448 317 9.2 457 108 23.6 2 776 204 7.3 214 5 2.3

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. .. 268 98 36.6 183 98 53.6 81 4 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 17 13 76.5 15 13 86.7 (Z) 3 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 251 85 33.9 169 85 50.3 81 1 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 171 59 34.5 124 59 47.6 29 18 -
AUSTRALASIA . .. 369 26 7.0 182 26 14.3 131 56 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 368 25 6.8 180 25 13.9 131 56 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . 1 1 100.0 1 1 100.0 (Z) -
INDIAt PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. 1 582 753 47.6 533 215 40.3 747 399 53.4 302 139 46.0
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 170 52 30.6 84 31 36.9 85 21 24.7 1 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .. .. 1 052 314 29.8 479 204 42.6 458 110 24.0 114
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA*
INCLUDING JAPAN. .. 10 683 278 2.6 1 138 208 18.3 9 247 70 .8 298

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. ... 5 357 254 4.7 38 10 26.3 5 056 226 4.5 264 18 6.8

PACIFIC CANADA. .. 425 15 3.5 12 6 50.0 247 10 4.0 166 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. .. 3 827 239 6.2 25 5 20.0 3 751 216 5.8 51 18 35.3
ATLANTIC CANADA . 1 106 (Z) (B) 1 (Z) (B) 1 058 (Z) (B) 46 -
MONTREAL. . 234 227 8 -
NEWFOUNDLAND.. .. 1 1 ( Z) -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. 870 (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (B) 831 (Z) (B) 39 -






8 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS APRIL 1969


Table E-3. Liner Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See table E-2 for total cargo
carried in liner service. Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL . 1 892 639 351 73 2 181 444 593 144 369 111 69 5

FOREIGN TRADE AREASi EXCEPT
CANADIAN .... *.. 1 891 639 351 73 2 180 444 593 144 358 105 45 IZ)

CARIBBEAN .. 161 37 56 4 259 14 14 6 10 5 8 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE 9 3 2 (Z) 8 3 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 152 34 54 4 251 11 14 6 10 5 8
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA .. 80 35 16 7 121 43 7 3 4 3 1
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 78 24 4 (Z) 87 38 14 6 10 7 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .. .. 11 1 2 (Z) 23 3 8 5 4 4 1 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. I I (Z) (Z) 10 1 1 1 (Z -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO .. 11 (Z) 2 (Z) 13 2 7 5 4 3 1

GULF COAST OF MEXICO 4 31 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 80 38 14 3 120 4 15 13 3
BALTIC, SCANDINAVIA9 ICELAND9 AND
GREENLAND. . 65 16 1 55 6 18 4 2
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 304 97 72 16 266 23 50 72 (Z) 24 (Z)
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 186 57 34 9 162 10 25 33 16 (Z)
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 47 22 5 44 4 B 14 (Z) 2
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 69 17 33 7 59 9 17 25 6
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) 1

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC .. 31 8 1 10 (Z) (Z) 1
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .. . 21 7 (Z) 3 (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 2 1 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) -
PORTUGAL. . 7 (Z) 5 (Z) (Z -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE .. .. . -
AZORESi MEDITERRANEANi AND BLACK
SEA. ... .. . 218 77 58 3 155 28 11 (Z) 12 (Z) 3 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 55 27 1 (Z) 127 71 (Z) (Z) -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 6 5 9 8 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 49 22 1 (Z) 118 63 (Z) (Z) -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 49 37 13 11 47 12 8 6 (Z -
AUSTRALASIA... . 43 7 15 4 68 7 43 8 13 1 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. 43 7 15 4 68 7 42 7 12 1 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. (Z) (Z) I (Z)
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA. 197 123 27 12 236 73 43 7 30 1 (Z)
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA .. 17 7 2 1 37 23 22 1 6 -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. 143 87 28 4 156 39 101 47 50 27 2 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA$
INCLUDING JAPAN. 355 20 40 B 381 62 238 60 123 58 1 -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. .. 2 (Z) 1 (Z) 11 6 25 5

PACIFIC CANADA .. .... (Z) 1 (Z) 11 6 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 25 5
ATLANTIC CANADA .. 1 (Z)
MONTREAL.. .
NEWFOUNDLAND. -. 1 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. ....... I)Z (Z) -






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 9



Table E-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments or Soe.:; )l CAfegi co rTi.ndities are excluded from these data. See table E-2 for total cargo
carried in irregular service. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, ,.rice mly vaiy sIightly hr.,m sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U:S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL . 6 744 27 738 11 8 975 630 2 238 18 3 110 205 4 794 217

FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN .* 6 695 27 680 11 8 630 630 2 238 18 3 023 196 278 1

CARIBBEAN . 38 1 183 11 440 8 (Z) 5 29 1
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 1 (Z) 1 (Z) (Z (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 37 1 182 11 440 8 (Z) 5 29 1
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 450 7 330 32 44 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 117 20 105 22 1 3 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .. (Z) (Z) 84 3 44 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. .. (Z) (Z) 12 (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO .. (Z) (Z) 72 3 44-

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 50 95 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 79 (Z) 34 123 3 (Z) (Z) 52 -
BALTICt SCANDINAVIAi ICELANDi AND
GREENLAND. ........ 172 (Z) 1.1 329 3 (Z) () -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE ...... 1680 (Z) 167 2 410 (Z) 171 1 172 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 620 (Z) 149 1 620 (Z) 111 (Z) 172 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 315 5 130 (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 744 13 660 (Z) 59 1 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 316 29 191 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .* 277 28 136 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 10 1 38 -
PORTUGAL. . 29 17 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE ..........* .- -
AZORES* MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. ... 946 (Z) 132 1 647 204 16 10 25

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 2 79 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) () -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 2 79 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA (Z) 29 -
AUSTRALASIA . (Z) 51 51 29 (Z)
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA (Z) 51 51 29 (Z)
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . (Z) -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. 73 23 2 309 243 362 132 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. (Z) 21 63 21 (Z) (Z) -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. ..... 61 3 2 222 97 83 6 89 5 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAl
INCLUDING JAPAN.. 2 759 22 2 121 1 866 12 2 479 58 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 49 58 345 1 1 88 10 4 516 215

PACIFIC CANADA. . 58 80 87 10 21 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. (Z) (Z) (Z) 3 751 215
ATLANTIC CANADA ....... 49 (Z) 265 (Z) (Z) (2) 744 -
MONTREAL. ...... 227
NEWFOUNDLAND. .. .. (Z) -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. ... .. 48 (Z) 265 (Z) (Z) (Z) 517 -






10 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS APRIL 1969


Table E-5. Tanker Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

Shopping *eighr in millions of pounds. Data show represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See table E-2 for total cargo
carried in tanker service. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area
Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL . 242 42 172 1 736 118 545 39 47 48 10

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANADIAN 233 33 154 1 693 118 390 39 36 20

CARIBBEAN .. .. (Z) 4 207 2 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS (Z) 4 207 2 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 51 70 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA (Z) 9 Z)
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .Z) 1 41 39 24 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO .* (Z) 1 41 39 24 -

SULF COAST OF MEXICO. 6 5 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 10 42 129 -
BALTIC* SCANDINAVIA, ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. 93 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE .. 69 57 523 110 13
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 61 57 521 42 13
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 3 1 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION 5 68 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. .. -. -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC s (Z) 55 -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . (Z) 55 -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. -
PORTUGAL. .. -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE .
AZORES, MEDITERRANEAN ,AND BLACK
SEA. . 69 5 146 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 3 (Z) -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 3 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. (Z) -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA ... (IZ) 18
AUSTRALASIA 1 55
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 1 55 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. -. -
INDIAt PERSIAN GULF AND RED SEA. 71 2 230 111 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . (Z) 41 72 1 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA@
INCLUDING JAPAN* . 11 109 167 10 -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 9 9 19 42 155 11 28 10

PACIFIC CANADA. ... 155 11 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 9 9 15 28 10
ATLANTIC CANADA : : 19 28 -
MONTREAL. ....... 8
NEWFOUNDLAND .. -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. .. 11 28 -






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 11


Table E-6. Liner Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District


Department of Defense and Special Category Non-Department of Defense Controlled Cargo

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


All coastal districts North Atlanti South Atlantic Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag US. Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U..
percent flag


GRAND TOTAL. 29.8 21.3 71.5 19.7 13.3 1.3 .6 3.0 2.1 3.2 2.8 2.5 2.4 -


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS
EXCEPT CANADIAN 29.8 21.3 71.5 19.7 13.3 1.3 .6 3.0 2.1 3.2 2.8 2.5 2.4 -

CARIBBEAN. .. .2 .2 100.0 .1 .1 (Z) (ZI -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS. .2 .2 100.0 1 .1 (Z) (Z) -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. .7 .7 100.0 .6 6 .1 .1 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. .3 .3 100.0 .3 .3 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA
AND MEXICO. .* .......... .2 (Z) (B) .2 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO. .2 (Z) (B) .2 (Z) (Z) (Z) -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)- -
BALTICI SCANDINAVIA# ICELAND#
AND GREENLAND . 1.6 (Z) (B) 1.5 IZ) () (Z) .1 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE. 2.1 .2 9.5 1.2 .2 .8 (Z) (Z) (Z) ( -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM. .7 .1 14.3 .6 .1 (Z) -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) ( -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION 1.4 .1 7.1 .6 .1 .8 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-
HAMBURG RANGE -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH
OF PORTUGAL .. () (Z) (B) () (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
PORTUGAL .* (Z) ) -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN
WESTERN EUROPE. -
AZORES. MEDITERRANEAN, AND
BLACK SEA . 11.4 8.4 73.7 9.2 7.1 .1 .1 2.0 1.1 (Z) (Z) (Z) -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA .4 .4 100.0 *4 .4 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
AFRICA. ......... .4 .4 1000 4 4 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA..... (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) ( -
AUSTRALASIA. ... 1.0 .7 70.0 .5 .4 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) .5 .3 (Z) -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. 1.0 .7 70.0 .5 .4 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) .5 .3 (Z) -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE
PACIFIC ISLANDS ... (Z) (Z) -

INDIA, PERSIAN GULFi AND RED
SEA . 3.6 3.4 94.4 3.4 3.2 .1 1 .1 .1 (Z) -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. IZ) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES . 2.2 1.1 50.0 1.7 .6 .3 .3 (Z) (Z) .2 .2 (Z) (Z) -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN 6.0 5.8 96.7 .5 .4 .1 .1 .7 .7 2.3 2.3 2.4 2.4 -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS ... -

PACIFIC CANADA -
GREAT LAKES CANADA -
ATLANTIC CANADA. ....... -
MONTREAL .
NEWFOUNDLAND -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS -






12 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS APRIL 1969


Table E-7. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

Department of Defense and Special Category Non-Department of Defense Controlled Cargo

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)



All coastal districts North Atlantic Coast Sout lantic Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Coast
Trade area

Total U.S. flag pe t Total U.S. flag Tflag Total lag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total S


GRAND TOTAL*. .. 14.8 14.3 96.6 3.9 3.4 .3 .3 .1 .1 5.5 5.5 5.1 5.1 -


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS,
EXCEPT CANADIAN 14.8 14.3 96.6 3.9 3.4 .3 .3 .1 .1 5.5 5.5 5.1 5.1

CARIBBEAN. .... .. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS# (Z) (Z) () (Z) (Z) (Z) -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA
AND MEXICO. -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE. -
BALTICe SCANDINAVIA* ICELAND.
AND GREENLAND .* 1.1 1.1 100.0 1.1 1.1 -
BAYONNE-HAMBuRG RANGE. ( () Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM. -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) (Z) ) (Z (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-
HAMBURG RANGE -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH
OF PORTUGAL . (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL -
PORTUGAL -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN
WESTERN EUROPE. -
AZORES# MEDITERRANEAN# AND
BLACK SEA ... 2.1 1.6 76.2 2.0 1.5 (Z) (Z) 1 .1 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA (Z) (Z) -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION (Z) Z -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
AFRICA. -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA. -
AUSTRALASIA. -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE
PACIFIC ISLANDS -

INDIA. PERSIAN GULF. AND RED
SEA *............. 1 .1 100.0 (Z) 1 1 (Z) (Z) -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAi
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES . .3 .3 100.0 .1 l. (Z) (Z (Z) (Z) .1 1 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN .. 11.3 11.3 100.0 .7 .7 .2 .2 5.3 5.3 5.0 5.0 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS -

PACIFIC CANADA -
GREAT LAKES CANADA -
ATLANTIC CANADA. -
MONTREAL -
NEWFOUNDLAND .. -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS -






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Table I-i. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total l Total, Geeral Grand total Total, Total
Total general In-transit include ng including G eral including al
in-transit in-transit in-transit

TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS:
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1968 .... 50 538 22 823 22 741 82 27 715 24 147 1 818 1 604 1 585 214 175
APRIL 1968 . .. 44 602 19 033 18 899 134 25 569 21 032 1 818 1 628 1 605 190 151
MARCH 1969 .. ....... 44 512 16 164 16 129 35 28 348 25 523 1 837 1 625 1 608 212 185
APRIL 1969 ........... 53 872 21 773 21 744 29 32 099 27 705 2 123 1 885 1 877 238 198


NORTH ATLANTIC# TOTAL.. 33 231 8 753 8 742 10 24 479 20 089 1 183 1 012 1 009 171 132

PORTLAND, MAINE . 4 979 83 83 (Z) 4 896 506 44 2 2 43 3
PORTLAND. MAINE. *. 4 599 16 16 (Z) 4 583 193 42 1 1 41 1
BANGOR, MAINE. -
EASTPORT, MAINE. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
BATHi MAINE. -
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. . .
CALAIS# MAINE. .
ROCKLAND. MAINE. .
JONESPORT, MAINE .- -
PORTSMOUTHi N.H. . 168 20 20 147 147 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
BELFAST. MAINE . 81 81 81 (Z) (Z) (Z)
SEARSPORTw MAINE . 131 46 46 84 84 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

BOSTON. MASS.. . 2 288 333 333 (Z) 1 955 1 955 72 62 62 10 10
BOSTON, MASS.. . 1 897 297 296 (Z) 1 601 1 601 63 55 55 8 8
GLOUCESTER. MASS.. 25 25 25 5 5 5
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. . 92 11 11 80 80 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. ... 62 (Z) (Z) 62 62 1 (Z Z) (2 (Z)
FALL RIVER, MASS.. . 10 (Z) (Z) 10 10 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SALEM. MASS. . 201 201 201 1 I
PROVINCETOWN, MASS.. -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. . 514 57 57 457 457 6 3 3 3 3
NEWPORT. R.I.. . .9 9 9 (Z) (Z) (Z)
PROVIDENCE, R.I. . 486 29 29 457 457 4 2 2 3 3
MELLVILLE, R.I.. . 19 19 19 1 1 -

BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. . 894 152 152 741 741 14 9 9 4 4
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. . 241 57 57 185 185 3 2 2 1 1
HARTFORD, CONN.. -
NEW HAVENI CONN. . 465 89 89 376 376 9 7 7 2 2
NEW LONDON, CONN.. . 187 6 6 181 181 2 1 1 1 1

NEW YORK, N.Y. . 9 988 2 362 2 353 9 7 627 7 627 724 672 669 52 52
NEW YORKI NY. . 9 745 2 349 2340 9 7 396 7 396 722 672 668 51 51
ALBANY, N.Y. ....... .. 244 13 13 231 231 2 1 1 1 1

PHILADELPHIAi PA.. . 9 746 2 897 2 897 1 6 849 6 849 144 98 98 46 46
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. . 4 776 2 671 2 670 1 2 105 2 105 99 85 84 14 14
CHESTER. PA. . -
WILMINGTON, DEL. . 1 349 77 77 (Z) 1 272 1 272 14 5 5 9 9
PAULSBORO N.J.. . 2 076 6 6 (Z) 2 070 2 070 15 2 2 14 14
CAMDENi N.J. . 375 144 144 231 231 9 7 7 1 1
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J.. -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. . 1 171 1 171 1 171 7 7 7

BALTIMOREV MD. ............ 3 490 2 568 2 568 (Z) 922 922 118 112 112 6 6
ANNAPOLISi MDO. -
CAMBRIDGEI MD. . 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) (Z -
BALTIMORE. MD. . 3 489 2 567 2 566 (Z) 922 922 118 111 111 6 6
CRISFIELD. MD. .. -

NORFOLK. VA. . 1 318 286 286 (Z) 1 032 1 032 60 53 53 7 7
NORFOLKt VA. . 778 259 259 (Z) 520 520 49 46 46 3 3
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. . 510 20 20 490 490 9 6 6 3 3
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG VA 7 7 7 1 1 1
CAPE CHARLES CITY, VA. -
REEDVILLE. VA. . .- -
HOPEWELL, VA.. ..... 22 22 22 (Z) (Z) (Z)

WASHINGTON. O.C. ........ 14 14 14 1 1 1
WASHINGTONe D.C. .
ALEXANDRIA. VA.. ... 14 14 14 1 1 I


SOUTH ATLANTIC# TOTAL. .. 4 984 1 498 1 495 2 3 486 3 486 183 156 155 27 27

WILMINGTON, N.C. .. 306 142 142 164 164 15 14 14 2 2
WILMINGTON. N.C.. 243 124 124 120 120 12 10 10 1 1
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. . -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 63 18 18 45 45 3 3 3 () (Z)

CHARLESTON. S.C. . 498 258 258 (Z) 240 240 35 33 33 1 1
CHARLESTON, S.C. ... 427 255 255 (Z) 172 172 33 32 32 1 1
GEORGETOWN, S.C. . 71 3 3 68 68 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)






U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS


APRIL 1969


Table I-i. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shpping *eignr in millions of poundsI Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total eral Total, General Grand total Total, General Total, Geneal
SOUTHTotal In-transit including imports including inrt ding imports
imp_ ts in-transit t in-transit ,,,ru t in-transit

SOUTH ATLANTIC--CONTINUED


SAVANNAH GA.. .
BRUNSWICK* GA. *
SAVANNAH* GA.. .

TAMPA* FLA.' . .
JACKSONVILLE1 FLA. .
FERNANDINA BEACH. FLA. .
PORT CANAVERALf FLA. .

SAN JUANt P.R. .
AGUADILLA* P.R.*. .
FAJARDO. P.R.. .
GUANICA. P.R.. .
HUMACAO# P.R.. *
MAYAGUEZi P.R. .
PONCE* P.R.. .
SAN JUAN, P.R. .
JOBOS P.R.. .* : : : *
GUAYANILLAt P.R. .

MIAMI* FLA. . .
MIAMI. FLA.. .
PORT EVERGLADES* FLA.. .
WEST PALM BEACH* FLA.* .
FORT PIERCE* FLA... .


GULF* TOTAL. .

TAMPA* FLA.' .
TAMPA* FLA.. .
BOCAGRANDEi FLA. #
ST. PETERSBURGi FLA. #

MOBILE. ALA. . .
MOBILE* ALA. *
GULFPORT# MISS*. .
PASCAGOULAt MISS.. *
APALACHICOLA. FLA. *
CARRABELLEt FLA. .
PANAMA CITY* FLA.. .
PENSACOLA* FLA.. .
PORT ST. JOE* FLA. .

NEW ORLEANS. LA. . .
MORGAN CITYi LA. .
NEW ORLEANS* LA.* *
BATON ROUGE* LA. .
PORT SULPHUR* LA... .
MEMPHIS* TENN. .
CHATTANOOGAt TENN. .
DESTREHAN. LA. .
GRAMERCY. LA.. . .
GREENVILLE* MISS.. .
AVONDALE* LA.. . .
ST. ROSEi LA.. .
GOOD HOPEt LA* *

PORT ARTHUR* TEX#. .
PORT ARTHUR* TEX.. .
SABINE* TEX. .
ORANGE, TEX. .
BEAUMONTi TEX. .
LAKE CHARLES, LA.. .

GALVESTON. TEX.. .
GALVESTON. TEX.. .
FREEPORTt TEX. .
CORPUS CHRISTII TEX... .
TEXAS CITYw TEX. .
PORT LAVACA# TEX.. .

LAREDO. TEX. (BROWNSVILLE) *

CLEVELAND OHIO1 . .
EVANSVILLE# IND.* *
LOUISVILLE* KY.. .* *

ST. LOUIS* MO. . .

MIAMI* FLA. (KEY WEST)1. .* .

HOUSTON* TEX.. . .


SEE FOOTNOTE AT END OF TABLE.


383
81
302

861
859

2

2 336

2
7
(Z)
13
19
543
321
1 432

600
98
405
96
(Z)


8 311

587
587



1 700
1 583
86
13


(Z)
17
1

3 218
(Z)
1 698
1 061



7
440


(Z)
12

100
78

4
13
5

1 377
124
8
677
7
562

347






9

972


273
81
192

370
368

2

245
-

2
2
(Z2
13
19
209



210
53
153
3
(Z)


6 817

235
235



1 521
1 404
86
13


(Z)
17
1

2 945
(Z)
1 438
1 061



7
440


(Z)


22
6

4
7
5

1 301
121
7
612

562

22








771


273
81
192

370
368

2

244

2
2
(Z)
13
19
208



209
52
153
3
(Z)


6 809

235
235



1 520
1 403
86
13



17
1

2 941
(ZI
1 433
1 061



7
440


(Z)


22
6

4
7
5

1 300
120
7
612

562

22








770


110

110

491
491



2 091


5



333
321
1 432

390
45
252
93



1 493

351
351



179
179

(Z)





273

260








12

78
72


6


76
3
1
65
7


325






9

201


110

110

491
491



2 091


5



333
321
1 432

390
45
252
93



1 489

351
351



179
179

(Z)





273

260








12

78
72

6


73


65
7


325






9

200






APRIL 1969 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS 1



Table I-1. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and po Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total General Total, General Grand total Total, General Total, General
Total imports In-transit including imports including clrts u impo
importsintrIsit in-transit sin-tr sit

SOUTH PACIFIC* TOTAL 3 985 1 652 1 647 5 2 333 2 333 317 297 295 20 20

SAN DIEGO* CALIF.. .. 36 29 28 1 8 8 5 5 4 (2i IZ)

LOS ANGELES CALIF.. 2 139 944 941 1 195 1 195 179 169 167 10 10
LOS ANGELES. CALIF.. . 993 418 416 2 575 575 128 123 122 5 5
PORT SAN LUISe CALIF.. (Z) (Z) (Z Z) (Z ( -
LONG BEACH# CALIF. . 976 526 525 1 450 450 49 46 45 3 3
EL SEGUNDO, CALIF.. 169 169 169 2 2 2
VENTURA* CALIF.. -
PORT HUENEMEt CALIF.. ( (Z) Z) (Z)
CAPITANI CALIF.. .
MORROW CALIF..* *. *

SAN FRANCISCO* CALIF... 1 017 570 569 1 447 447 117 113 112 4 4
EUREKA E CALIF. (Z* ) () (Z
MONTEREY9 CALIF .- -
SAN FRANCISCO* CALIF.. 303 234 233 1 69 69 72 72 71 (Z) (Z)
STOCKTON CALIF. 46 46 46 3 3 3
OAKLANDv CALIF. 78 78 78 20 20 20
RICHMOND CALIF. .. 127 3 3 124 124 2 1 1 1 1
ALAMEDAv CALIF.. 74 66 66 8 8 9 8 8 1 1
CROCKETT* CALIF. . 115 115 115 8 8 8
SACRAMENTO. CALIF. -
MARTINEZ. CALIF. ... 151 151 151 1 1 1
REDWOOD CITY# CALIF.. 34 19 19 15 15 (Z)(ZZ) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SELBY* CALIF.. 8 8 8 1 I 1
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER. CALIF*.. 1 I () (Z) Z) -
SAN PABLO BAY. CALIF.. 80 (Z) (Z) 80 80 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
CARQUINEZ STRAIT* CALIF. -
SUISUN BAY. CALIF. . .

HONOLULU, HAWAII 792 109 109 (Z) 684 684 16 11 11 5 5
HONOLULU. HAWAII 779 96 95 (Z) 684 684 15 10 10 5 5
HILO. HAWAII 8 8 8 () () (Z) -
KAHULUIt HAWAII. 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) IZ)
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN, HAWAII. 4 4 4 (Z) ( ( -


NORTH PACIFIC* TOTAL .. 1 612 1 348 1 344 4 264 264 97 92 92 5 5

PORTLAND. OREG*. 419 412 412 (Z) 7 7 29 29 29 (Z) (Z)
ASTORIA* OREG.* .- -
NEWPORT, OREG.* *
COOS BAY. OREG.* *
PORTLAND. OREG.. ... 200 200 200 (2) 16 16 16
LONGVIEW@ WASH. 54 47 47 7 7 7 7 7 (Z) (Z)
VANCOUVER* WASH. . 164 164 164 7 7 7
KALAMA, WASH .. . (Z (Z) () (Z) (Z) (Z)

SEATTLE$ WASH ... 084 922 918 4 162 162 67 63 63 4 4
SEATTLE, WASH. 431 404 400 4 27 27 43 42 42 (Z) (ZI
TACOMA, WASH*.. . 380 324 324 (Z) 56 56 19 18 18 2 2
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAMI WASH.. -
BLAINEO WASH..* *- -
BELLINGHAM* WASH. .......... 166 86 86 79 79 4 2 2 2 2
EVERETT* WASH.* 55 55 55 (Z) (Z) (Z)
PORT ANGELES. WASH.. .. 6 6 6 (I) (Z) (Z
PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. 40 40 40 (Z) (Z) (Z
ANACORTES, WASH. ... .. 4 4 4 () (Z) (Z)
FRIDAY HARBOR* WASH. .- -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND. WASH.. 1 1 1 ()t () (Z)
OLYMPIA. WASH. -
NEAH BAY, WASH*.. ** -

ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. .. 109 14 14 95 95 1 ( ) (Z) 1 1
JUNEAU. ALASKA * -
KETCHIKAN' ALASKA. .. 7 7 7 (t) (Z) (
SKAGWAY. ALASKA. .. 18 6 6 12 12 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z (Z)
WRANGELL* ALASKA .* .. .* (Z) (i) () (Z) (Z) (Z)
FAIRBANKSv ALASKA. .
PETERSBURG# ALASKA .
SITKA. ALASKA. *. (Z) (t Z (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
PELICAN, ALASKA. . .
SAND POINTt ALASKA ... .* (Z) (Z) (Z) (2) (Z) (
ANCHORAGE* ALASKA. .. .84 1 1 82 82 1 ( ) I I
KODIAK. ALASKA . *- --


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL .. 1 750 1 706 1 706 (Z) 44 44 42 41 41 1 1

OGDENSBURGO N.Y. ... .. 30 15 15 15 15 1 1 1 () (Z)
OGDENSBURG# N.Y. 15 15 15 1 1 -
MASSENA. N.Y.. .... .. 15 15 5 1 (Z) 1) (Z)
FORT COVINGTONt N.Y. -







16 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS APRIL 1969



Table I-1. Customs District and Port of Unlading by Dry Cargo and Tanker Service

(Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in millions of dollars)

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total ene Total, Geeral Grand total Total Genera Total
Total gi eral In-transit including G s including im a including General
imports in-transit imports in-transit ip ts in-transit imports

GREAT LAKES--CONTINUED

OGDENSBURG, N.Y.--CONTINUED
CAPE VINCENT. N.Y. . -
MORRISTOWN. N.Y. .- -
ALEXANDRIA BAY. N.Y. .
CHAMPLAIN-ROUSES POINTi N.Y. -
WADDINGTONv N.Y. . -
CLAYTONI N.Y .. . .- -

BUFFALO, N.Y.. .. .. .. 249 243 243 (Z) 6 6 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.. 208 208 208 1 1 1 -
ROCHESTER. N.Y.. .. .. 29 29 29 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
OSWEGOo N.Y. .. . 12 6 6 6 6 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SODUS POINT, N.Y.. -
SYRACUSE. N.Y. . -
UTICA, N.Y.. -

PEMBINAi N. DAK. . -
WARROADe MINN. . -
BAUDETTE, MINN.. .- -

DULUTHi MINN,. 6 6 6 (Z) (Z) (Z -
DULUTH, MINN. .... 6 6 6 (Z) (Z) (Z)
ASHLAND, WIS .. .
INTERNAT'L FALLS-RANIER, MINN. -
SUPERIOR, WIS. -
GRAND PORTAGE MINN.. -
SILVER BAYi MINN.. -

MILWAUKEE. WIS.. .. 65 65 65 2 2 2
MILWAUKEE. WIS . 49 49 49 1 1 1 -
MARINETTE, WIS.. 8 8 8 (Z) (Z) (Z)
GREEN BAY. WIS .. 8 8 8 (Z) (Z) (Z)
MANITOWOC, WIS... -
SHEBOYGANS WIS. . -
RACINE, WIS. .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

DETROIT, MICH. . 170 147 147 (Z 23 23 10 9 9 1 1
DETROIT. MICH. . 128 128 128 9 9 9 -
PORT HURONt MICH... .5 5 5 5 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
SAULT STE. MARIE, MICH.. -
SAGINAW-BAY CITY. MICH... 37 14 14 23 23 1 1 1 1 1
ESCANABA. MICH .. .- -
MARQUETTE, MICH. -
ALGONAC, MICH. .. -
MUSKEGON# MICH.. ... -
GRAND HAVEN, MICH. .. .- -
ROGERS CITYi MICH. -
DETOUR, MICH.. -
MACKINAC ISLAND MICH. -
SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. -
PRESQUE ISLE. MICH.. -
ALPENA. MICH.. . .
FERRYSBURGi MICH.. -

CHICAGO* ILL.. .. 349 349 349 12 12 12 -
CHICAGOl ILL.. . 70 70 70 10 10 10 -
PEORIA, ILL. -
EAST CHICAGO# IND. 176 176 176 1 1 1 -
GARY, IND. ....... 103 103 1 103 (Z) (Z) (Z -

CLEVELAND. OHIO1 ..... 880 880 880 15 15 15 -
CLEVELANOD OHIO. .. .. 562 562 562 6 6 6 -
TOLEDO. OHIO . 82 82 82 6 6 6 -
ERIE. PA... ... .. .. 2 2 2 2 2 2 -
SANDUSKYi OHIO -
ASHTABULAt OHIO. .. 131 131 131 2 2 2 -
CONNEAUTo OHIO -
FAIRPORTi OHIO . 30 30 30 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
HURON. OHIO. ... 69 69 69 (Z) () Z) -
LORAIN, OHIO ..... .. 4 4 4 (2) (Z) (Z -

1TOTALS OF CUSTOMS DISTRICTS HAVING PORTS LOCATED IN MORE THAN ONE COASTAL DISTRICT SHOULD BE COMBINED TO OBTAIN TOTAL IMPORTS
FOR THE CUSTOMS DISTRICT.






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS 17


Table I-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See tables 1-3. 1-4. and 1-5 for cargo in each service by coastal district. Totals represent sum of unrounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
Tt .Stal Uf UUSS U.S
Total U.S. flag pe ent Total U.S. flag percent Tota US flag U. t Total U.S. flag peU
percent percent percent


GRAND TOTAL 49 449 1 892 3.8 4 267 1 014 23.8 17 477 119 .7 27 705 758 2.7


FOREIGN TRADE AREASi EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 44 697 1 817 4.1 4 191 1 001 23.9 12 934 58 .4 27 572 758 2.7

CARIBBEAN . ... 23 771 228 1.0 85 33 38.8 5 595 15 .3 18 092 180 1.0
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 1 (Z) 18) () (Z) (B) (2) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 23 770 228 1.0 84 33 39.3 5 594 15 .3 18 092 180 1.0
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA .. 739 81 11.0 246 81 32.9 493 (Z) (B) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 1 574 118 7.5 246 101 41.1 985 17 1.7 343 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 541 16 3.0 19 1 5.3 515 15 2.9 8 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. .. 2 2 100.0 2 1 50.0 (Z) (Z) (B) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 539 15 2.8 17 515 15 2.9 8 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. ...... 717 77 10.7 28 3 10.7 50 639 74 11.6
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 496 89 17.9 226 89 39.4 149 (Z) (B) 121
BALTICi SCANDINAVIAi ICELANDi AND
GREENLAND. . 430 18 4.2 253 17 6.7 176 1 .6 1 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE ... 2 242 196 8.7 731 196 26.8 1 126 (Z) (B) 385 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 1 608 91 5.7 414 91 22.0 832 (Z) (8) 362 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 175 36 20.6 57 35 61.4 95 (Z) (B) 23 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION 458 69 15.1 260 69 26.5 199 (Z) (8) (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. ....... (Z (Z) (Z -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 183 15 8.2 60 15 25.0 24 99 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .... 29 4 13.8 11 4 36.4 19 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 122 11 9.0 22 11 50.0 1 99 -
PORTUGAL. . 32 (Z) (B) 27 (Z) (B 5 -
AZORESi MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. . 3 494 64 1.8 284 64 22.5 289 (Z) (B) 2 921 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA....... 2 088 29 1.4 110 29 26.4 1 102 (Z) (B) 876 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 1 I (Z- -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 2 087 29 1.4 108 29 26.9 1 102 (Z) (B) 876 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 272 66 24.3 147 66 44.9 122 (Z) (B) 4 -
AUSTRALASIA .... .. 620 27 4.4 162 22 13.6 319 1 .3 139 4 2.9
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 620 27 4.4 162 22 13.6 319 1 .3 139 4 2.9
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . (Z) (Z) (8) (Z) (Z) (B) -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. 2 950 536 18.2 192 36 18.8 19 (Z) (B) 2 739 500 18.3
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .... 1 355 29 2.1 173 29 16.8 27 (Z) (B) 1 155

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .... 878 70 8.0 325 70 21.5 530 1 .2 24 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING JAPAN. ........ 2 346 157 6.7 906 149 16.4 1 414 8 .6 26 (Z) (B)

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 4 751 74 1.6 76 13 17.1 4 543 61 1.3 133 -

PACIFIC CANADA. ... 1 273 45 3.5 32 12 37.5 1 211 32 2.6 30 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA.. .. 798 27 3.4 33 1 3.0 765 27 3.5 -
ATLANTIC CANADA 2 681 2 .1 12 2 566 2 .1 103
MONTREAL. . 21 (Z) 21
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 43 2 4.7 7 36 2 5.6 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS.. .... 2 617 1 (Z) 5 2 530 1 (Z) 82






18 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS APRIL 1969



Table 1-3. Liner Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See table 1-2 for total cargo carried in liner service. Totals represent sum of unfounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL . 2 293 560 436 71 721 172 517 128 219 83 82 1

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS. EXCEPT
CANADIAN ... 2 269 560 431 71 721 172 515 128 206 71 50 (Z)

CARIBBEAN . 54 26 17 7 11 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) () -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS. 54 26 17 7 11 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 126 48 35 11 65 11 19 11 2 1- -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 129 55 14 5 64 15 26 15 12 11 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO *. ... 6 1 1 (Z) 4 7 (Z) 1 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 4 I 4 7 1 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 12 2 (Z) (Z) 15 1 (Z) -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 166 83 4 (Z) 17 5 24 9 (Z) 8 (Z)
BALTICt SCANDINAVIA# ICELAND, AND
GREENLAND. .. .... 158 17 22 (Z) 22 1 39 7 6
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 434 144 108 18 106 34 48 (Z) 13 22 (Z)
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 219 60 79 12 71 19 25 (Z) 9 11 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 42 29 2 8 6 4 (Z) 1 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 173 54 27 6 27 9 19 (Z) 3 10 (Z)
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. .. (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 45 11 2 8 4 3 (Z) (Z) 1
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 9 4 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. .. 14 7 (Z) 5 4 2 (Z) -
PORTUGAL. .. .. 22 (Z) 2 2 1 (Z) (Z) I
AZORES. MEDITERRANEAN# AND BLACK
SEA. . 199 50 20 5 39 9 19 1 3 3

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. ... 75 16 7 4 24 9 4 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. I (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 74 16 7 4 24 9 4 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA .. 84 26 6 6 46 34 8 3 -
AUSTRALASIA .. 79 13 21 5 27 1 28 3 7 (Z) (Z) (Z)
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 79 13 21 5 27 1 28 3 7 (Z) (Z) (Z)
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. ........... Z (Z) -
INDIA, PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. 89 22 47 9 38 2 17 2 1 (Z) (Z) -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 79 13 5 47 12 23 3 14 1 5 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .. 137 13 23 1 29 5 88 35 47 15 1 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN. . 396 20 99 (Z) 159 29 161 57 86 42 4 -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 24 5 (Z) 2 12 12 32 1

PACIFIC CANADA. ..... 17 I 1 12 12 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. ...... I 32 1
ATLANTIC CANADA .. 7 4 (Z) -
MONTREAL. -
NEWFOUNDLAND. 2 4 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . 5 (Z) -






APRIL 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS 19


Table 1-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See table 1-2 for total cargo carried in irregular service. Totals represent sum of unrounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes

Trade area
Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL . 6 449 10 1 060 17 6 088 23 1 131 8 1 125 34 1 624 27


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS. EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 4 858 10 744 16 5 523 23 1 003 8 607 2 200

CARIBBEAN . 2 072 9 227 (Z) 3 192 6 15 88 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 2 072 9 227 (Z) 3 192 6 15 88 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 135 (Z) 13 341 (Z) 3 1 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 520 53 15 353 2 48 3 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 52 7 (Z) 72 15 242 (Z) 141 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 52 7 72 15 242 (Z) 141 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. .... .. (Z) 1 47 1
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 95 (Z) 10 16 (Z) 1 1 25
BALTIC, SCANDINAVIAi ICELAND, AND
GREENLAND. . 109 1 9 48 10 (Z) -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 313 (Z) 246 393 69 (Z) 20 84
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 225 (Z) 203 257 54 (Z) 18 75
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 36 (Z) 10 49 (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION.. 52 (Z) 33 87 15 2 9
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . .. (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 18 3 3 (Z) (Z) -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .... 16 2 (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. *..... () (Z) Z -
PORTUGAL. . 2 (Z) 3 (Z) (Z) -
AZORESi MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. . .. .* 61 (Z) 95 (Z) 112 (Z) (Z) 21

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 895 7 144 (Z) 55 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) ( -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 895 7 144 (Z) 55
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 35 3 83 (Z) (Z) 1 -
AUSTRALASIA . 133 4 9 173 1 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA ... .. 133 4 9 173 1 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. .- -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. 1 5 (Z) 11 (Z) (Z) 1 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 5 I 10 6 (Z) 3 2

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 239 (Z) 6 (Z) 33 (Z) 164 (Z) 88 (Z) () -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAl
INCLUDING JAPAN. . 176 (Z) 52 662 (Z) 434 7 87 (Z) 3 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 1 591 1 316 2 566 128 519 32 1 424 27

PACIFIC CANADA. . 468 53 60 128 502 32 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. (Z) 765 27
ATLANTIC CANADA . 1 122 1 263 2 506 16 659 -
MONTREAL. . (Z) -
NEWFOUNDLAND. 21 4 2 8 3 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . 1 101 1 259 498 16 656 -






20 U.S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS APRIL 1969


Table 1-5. Tanker Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports of merchandise. See table 1-2 for total cargo carried in tanker service. Totals represent sum of unrounded
figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag



TOTAL ... 20 089 342 3 486 51 1 489 36 2 333 329 264 44 -

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS* EXCEPT
CANADIAN .. 19 994 342 3 486 51 1 489 36 2 333 329 252 18 -

CARIBBEAN ...... 13 087 111 3 327 51 953 17 615 109 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 13 087 111 3 327 51 953 17 615 109 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA (Z) -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 159 34 149 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO ... -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. ..... 215 59 36 388 15
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 121 -
BALTIC# SCANDINAVIA# ICELANDi AND
GREENLAND. . 1 (Z) -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 355 5 7 18 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 332 5 7 18 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 23 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. .* .- -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 94 6 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL ..... -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL 94 6 -
PORTUGAL.. .- -
AZORES, MEDITERRANEANi AND BLACK
SEA. *.. . *. 2 866 55 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 759 117 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 759 117 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA. 4 -
AUSTRALASIA . 4 4 135 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 4 4 135
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. -
INDIAt PERSIAN GULFt AND RED SEA 2 308 171 27 403 329 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .* 8 1 1 146 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 12 3 9 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAl
INCLUDING JAPAN. 9 (Z) 15 2

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS 94 12 26 -

PACIFIC CANADA.. .. .. .* 12 12 5
GREAT LAKES CANADA. -
ATLANTIC CANADA .. 82 21
MONTREAL.* .. 21
NEWFOUNDLAND.. .- .
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. .. 82







SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

SPECIAL REPORTS ARRANGED FOR ON A COST TO SUBSCRIBER BASIS

Special reports contracted for on a cost basis are listed in current publications so that all users of
foreign trade statistics may be informed of the type of reports being prepared and the cost involved. These
special reports cover foreign trade data in greater detail or in different arrangement than that available in
the regularly published statistics, or supply at an early date information which will be published later. The
entire cost of the special work required to compile or duplicate the information from the basic data available
in the Bureau is charged to the subscriber.

The reports listed below covering statistics related to vessel export and import data are those which
have been initiated since the last published list. Special reports covering statistics related to other types
of foreign trade data are listed in the current foreign trade reports covering such data. Additional sub-
scribers may purchase any special reports listed in any issue. The maximum payment required in each
case will be at the rate shown inthe list. Unless otherwise indicated, the prices listed cover subscriptions
through the end of the calendar year. Where the period covered is less than a full calendar year, the actual
period covered is indicated. When more than one user subscribes to one of these reports at the beginning
of a calendar year, the cost is prorated among all subscribers. If a new subscriber requests the report
during the calendar year, the cost to him in most cases is the same as the cost to each original subscriber.

Cost-sharing arrangements with the original subscribers are sometimes suggested in such cases when
the report is a costly one. Information furnished on a cost basis usually will not be publicly released by
the Bureau without charge or at a reduced rate until after 6 months, but exceptions are made in the case of
data which the Bureau regards as of general interest.

Subscribers who are interested in information which is not obtainable from the regularly published foreign
trade statistics reports, and not listed as a special report, may inquire as to the possibility of obtaining the
desired information and request a cost estimate for initiating a new special report. The Bureau's policy
with regard to services furnished at cost is described more fully in an article entitled "Policy in Regard to
Release of Foreign Trade and Shipping Statistics Reports Prepared for Private Organizations on a Cost
Basis" which was published in the February 1966 issue of Report FT 125. Reprints describing these
policies are available upon request to the Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.
20233. Inquiries regarding the possibility of obtaining unpublished data, or requests for copies of existing
special reports, should also be addressed to the Foreign Trade Division.

Special Monthly Reports for 1969

FT-1040 IBM punch cards containing U.S. waterborne export and import trade (including intransit ship-
ments) moving through individual ports in- the customs districts of San Diego, Los Angeles and
San Francisco. Type of vessel service by California port of lading/unlading by foreign port of
unlading/lading by 4-digit Schedules B/A commodity by country of destination/origin. Price per
year per subscriber $2,200.

FT-1043 Magnetic computer tapes presenting U.S. waterborne outbound intransit and inbound intransit
shipments. Type of vessel service by U.S. port of lading/unlading by foreign port of unlading/
lading by 4-digit Schedule B/A commodity number by country of destination/origin. Price per
year per subscriber $1,400.

FT-1045 IBM punch cards and listings containing U.S. waterborne general import, inbound intransit trade,
export and outbound intransit trade with Australia, New Zealand and South, East and West Africa,
country of origin/destination, 4-digit Schedule A/B commodity code, U.S. district of unlading/
lading showing total value and shipping weight and U.S. flag shipping weight. Price per year per
subscriber $1,950.

FT-1047 Magnetic computer tapes presenting U.S. waterborne export, import and intransit trade moving
through individual ports in the Baltimore, Maryland Customs District. Type of vessel service
by Maryland port of lading/unlading by foreign port of unlading/lading by 4-digit Schedule B/A
commodity number by country of destination/origin. Price per year per subscriber $1,250.




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