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Title: U.S. waterborne foreign trade
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Issues for -Dec. 1970 have title: U.S. waterborne foreign trade
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Creator: United States -- Bureau of the Census
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Publication Date: 1965-1970
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Statement of Responsibility: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
Dates or Sequential Designation: July 1965-Dec. 1970.
Issuing Body: Aug. 1965- prepared in the Bureau's Foreign Trade Division.
General Note: "FT985."
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U.S. Waterborne

Foreign Trade


SUMMARY REPORT
FT 985


August 1969


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


This report prescnrs information on the segment of
U.S. foreign trade that is exported or imported b., vessel.
Data have been compiled from Shipper's Fxport Declara-
tions (Commerce Form 7525-V) and import entries during
the regular processing of statistical data on fore ign 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 1-1 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 ll~ Lwt),
based on a 50-percent samplek I. ,ta
on shipments valued under >lii)l Iarj T im 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 L 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 pr~-Se nt'.-d
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 Department 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. importduties, freightcharges
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, asamended. 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 borderingupon 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-l 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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AUGUST 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 3


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

(Totals represent sumn of unounded Ihgures, hence nay vary Oi.Wrdl hom sum of lounded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in i hilons oi diollats)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total Delense
Grand total domestic Domestic decDoestc DomesticDomst Domestic Domest c
Total toreif, and In transit Noe D fo and f ne and ornw ad
foreign f let and ir fooe eignan ne
t foreign of Defense mintransit foreign m foreign itan t f
ast controlled
cargo


TOTAL ALL DISTRICTSt
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1968 . 32 613 29 859 29 811 29 663 148 48 2 754 2 752 1 571 1 537 77 77
AUGUST 1968 . . ... 37 190 34 807 34 751 34 630 121 56 2 383 2 379 1 670 1 643 61 60
JULY 1969 . . . ... 36 134 33 030 32 992 32 925 67 38 3 104 3 104 1 669 1 642 96 96
AUGUST 1969. . . . .. 37 056 34 267 34 238 34 163 74 29 2 789 2 788 1 751 1 722 79 78


NORTH ATLANTICe TOTAL . 10 006 9 759 9 740 9 694 47 18 247 247 826 805 8 8

PORTLAND# MAINE. . . . 1 1 I 1 (Z2 (Z) (- -
PORTLAND* MAINE. . ... . (Z) (Z) (Z) ) Z (Z) () (Z -
BANGOR, MAINE. . ... -
EASTPORT# MAINE. . . .1 1 1 1 (Z) (Z)
BATH MAINE. *- -
BAR HARBORI MAINE. . -
CALAIS* MAINE. . . -
ROCKLANO* MAINE. . . . .
JONESPORTs MAINE.. . -
PORTSMOUTHn N.H- -
BELFAST# MAINE . . . .
SEARSPORT, MAINE . -

BOSTON* MASS.. . . ...... 177 177 177 177 (Z) (Z) 10 10 -
BOSTON* MASS.. .* . 175 175 175 175 (Z) (Z) 10 10 -
GLOUCESTERt MASS.. . . 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) -
NEW BEDFORDt MASS. .. Z ( ) ( Z) (Zl (Z) -
PLYMOUTHi MASS. . . .
FALL RIVERn MASS* ... ..... .. -
SALEM* MASS. . . . . .
PROVINCETOWNt MASS* .. .. -

PROVIDENCE R.I . . . . 76 76 76 76 1 1 -
NEWPORT, R.I.** *. .-- -
PROVIDENCE* R.I* 6 7 76 76 76 76 1 1 -
MELLVILLE* R.I.* ......... -

BRIDGEPORT$ CONN.* .* . . 136 136 136 136 2 2 -
BRIDGEPORTv CONN.. . . 32 32 32 32 Z (Z) ) -
HARTFORD, CONN ... . ..- -
NEW HAVEN* CONN. . .. . 105 105 105 105 1 -
NEW LONDON* CONN.. . . -

NEW YORKI N.Y. . . . . 1 425 1 372 1 358 1 337 21 13 54 53 588 575 2 2
NEW YORK Y N.Y.. . . .. 1 394 1 341 1 327 1 306 21 13 54 53 588 575 2 2
ALBANY# N.Y. . .. . 31 31 31 31 (Z) (Z) -

PHILADELPHIA. PA.. .... . 688 497 497 480 17 (Z) 191 191 46 39 4 4
PHILADELPHIAt PA.. . 480 418 418 403 16 (Z) 62 62 44 38 1 1
CHESTER. PA. . .. -
WILMINGTONt DEL. . . . 42 41 41 41 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
PAULSBORO. N.J.*. . . . 108 22 22 21 1 86 86 1 (Z) 2 2
CAMDENt N.J. . . . . 8 7 7 7 2 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)
GLOUCESTER CITYt N.J.. . . 7 7 7 7 IZ) (2 -
MARCUS HOOK* PA . . . 41 1 1 1 40 40 (2) (Z) 1 1

BALTIMORE D MD. . . . . 801 801 797 794 3 5 67 67 -
ANNAPOLISt D *. . . . -
CAMBRIDGE MD . . -
BALTIMORE* MD. .* . . . 801 801 797 794 3 5 67 67 -
CRISFIELD$ MD. .* . . -

NORFOLK* VA. . . . . . 6 701 6 699 6 699 6 693 5 (Z) 3 3 111 110 1 1
NORFOLK. VA. . . . 5 119 5 119 5 119 5 119 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) 74 74 (Z) (Z)
NEWPORT NEWS* VA.. . . 1 533 1 530 1 530 1 525 5 3 3 35 34 1 1
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG VA . 9 49 49 49 2 2 -
CAPE CHARLES CITY* VA.. . -
REEDVILLE. VA. . . .- -
HOPEWELLi VA..** . -

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


SOUTH ATLANTICt TOTAL. . 1 031 846 845 840 4 1 185 185 84 83 4 4

WILMINGTON N.C. . . . . 109 109 109 109 (Z) 12 12 -
WILMINGTON. N.C. . . . 41 41 41 41 (Z) 2 2 -
ELIZABETH CITY. N.C. -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 68 68 68 68 9 9 -

CHARLESTON$ S.C.. . .. .. 124 124 123 123 (Z) 11 11 -
CHARLESTON! S.C. . . . 106 106 105 105 (Z) 10 10 -
GEORGETOWN, S.C. . . .. 18 18 1 18 1 1 -








4 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS AUGUST 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 ,i millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept of
Customs district and port Total-- Defense
Grand total domestic, Domestic SpecialDomestic, Domestic fores Domestic D e Domestic
Total foreign, and In-transit Ca foreip and foreign, nd ole ad
and foreign Non-DepL and r ani d foreign a oeid
and foreign ofDefense in-transit foreign in-transit foreign n-transit
in-transit controlled
cargo

SOUTH ATLANTIC--CONTINUED

SAVANNAHt GA.. . . . . 237 233 232 232 1 4 4 20 20 (Z) (Z)
BRUNSWICKI GAA. . 30 30 30 30 2 2
SAVANNAH, GA .. . . . . 208 203 203 203 1 4 4 18 18 (Z) (Z)

TAMPAt FLA.. . . . . . 252 250 250 250 (Z) 2 2 11 11 (ZI IZ)
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. . . . 247 245 245 244 () 2 2 10 10 (Z) (Z)
FERNANDINA BEACH FLA.. . 6 6 6 6 1 1 -
PORT CANAVERAL. FLA. . -

SAN JUANi P.R. . . .. . . 204 25 25 24 (Z) (Z) 179 179 4 3 4 4
AGUADILLAi PR.. . -- -
FAJARDOP P.R. -
GUANICAt P.R.. -
HUMACAO, P.R.. .- -
MAYAGUEZi P.R. . . . () (Z) ( (Z) (Z) (Z -
PONCE P.R.. . . . .. 3 3 3 3 (Z) (Z (Z)
SAN JUANI P.R. . . . 41 21 21 21 (Z) (Z) 20 20 3 3 (Z (Z)
JOBOS P.R.. . . 77 77 77 2 2
GUAYANILLAI P.R. . . . 81 81 81 2 2
MIAMI FLA.1 . . . 105 105 105 101 4 (Z) (Z) (Z) 26 25 (Z) (Z)
MIAMI, FLA.. . . . o 68 68 68 66 2 (Z) (Z) (Z) 19 18 (Z) (ZI
PORT EVERGLADES, FLA.. 14 14 14 14 (Z) 1 1 -
WEST PALM BEACHi FLA.. .* 24 24 24 21 2 6 6 -
FORT PIERCE, FLA.. . . . (Z (Z) (Z) (Z (Z) ()

GULF9 TOTAL. . . . 10 981 9 334 9 328 9 319 9 6 1 647 1 647 391 388 55 55

TAMPA FLA. . . . 1 715 1 715 1 715 1 715 (Z) (Z) (Z) 16 16 () (Z)
TAMPAl FLA.. . .. 1 602 1 602 1 602 1 602 (Z) (Z) (Z) 15 15 (Z) (Z)
BOCAGRANDE. FLA. . . . 113 113 113 113 Z) (Z)
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. . . -
MOBILE, ALA. . . 688 643 642 642 (Z) 1 45 45 26 26 2 2
MOBILEi ALA. . . . 440 440 439 439 (Z) 1 15 15 -
GULFPORT, MISS.. . . .. 3 3 3 3 (Z) ( -
PASCAGOULA' MISS.. . . 116 76 76 76 40 40 2 2 2 2
APALACHICOLAv FLA. .. -
CARRABELLE, FLA. . . -
PANAMA CITY, FLA .. .. . 95 91 91 91 4 4 5 5 (Z) (Z)
PENSACOLAI FLA.. . . . 20 18 18 18 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
PORT ST. JOE. FLA. . . 16 16 16 16 -

NEW ORLEANS, LA. . . 4 778 4 311 4 309 4 305 3 2 467 467 192 191 16 16
MORGAN CITY, LA . . . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z () -
NEW ORLEANS, LA. .. 1 844 1 816 1 813 1 810 3 2 28 28 121 121 2 2
BATON ROUGEi LA. . . . 1 117 73 737 737 380 380 23 23 11 11
PORT SULPHUR* LA . . 187 187 187 187 3 3 -
MEMPHIS' TENN. . . -
CHATTANOOGA. TENN . .
DESTREHANi LA. ...... 1 096 1 096 1 096 1 096 31 31
GRAMERCY' LA.. . * 413 389 389 389 24 24 10 10 (2) (Z)
GREENVILLE, MISS.. . -
AVONDALEi LA. .. .. . 24 24 24 1 I 1
ST. ROSE1 LA.. .. 93 86 86 86 7 7 3 3 1
GOOD HOPE, LA. . . 3 3 (Z) (Z)

PORT ARTHUR# TEX.* . . . 895 586 583 583 3 309 309 26 26 8 8
PORT ARTHUR, TEX*. .. *. 201 161 161 161 40 40 4 4 2 2
SABINEt TEX. . . -
ORANGE, TEX. o . . : . 13 13 13 13 1 -
BEAUMONT# TEX. . . 368 177 175 175 3 191 191 6 6 4 4
LAKE CHARLES, LA.. 313 234 234 234 79 79 14 14 2 2

GALVESTONt TEX. .. 1 552 1 133 1 133 1 132 1 419 419 39 38 15 15
GALVESTON' TEX. . .. o 300 221 221 220 1 79 79 13 13 2 2
FREEPORTT TEX. . o .. 271 80 80 80 191 191 4 4 6 6
CORPUS CHRISTIE TEX. .. * 851 779 779 779 72 72 20 20 2 2
TEXAS CITY. TEX.. . . . 78 2 2 2 76 76 (Z) (Z 5 5
PORT LAVACA9 TEX... . . 52 52 52 52 2 2 -

LAREDO. TEX. (BROWNSVILLE) .. 73 73 73 71 2 (2) (Z) 2 2 (Z) (Z)

CLEVELANDi OHIO' -
EVANSVILLE# IND. -
LOUISVILLE KY.. . . .

ST. LOUISO MO.- . . .

MIAMI. FLA. (KEY WEST) . . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

HOUSTONt TEX.. . . . . 1 280 874 874 871 3 (Z) 406 406 90 89 14 14


SEE FOOTNOTE AT END OF TABLE.







AUGUST 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 5


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

T'-liis Itifrlnl sum of unfounded I gures, hence may vary ~.Ihiriv roman sum of rounded amounts)

hippng 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 ndSpecial Do mestic D tic o c Domestic oeti Domestic
Total fore n. and intransit Category 'loe and n,' and foin, nd
.an foreign o e intransit foreign n ansit foreign in4ransit foegn
intransitontrolled
cargo

SOUTH PACIFIC* TOTAL 3 416 2 893 2 891 2 881 10 3 522 522 177 176 6 6

SAN DIEGO* CALIF. . *. 154 154 154 154 (Z) 3 3 -

LOS ANGELES. CALIF..* . . .. 1 954 1 552 1 551 1 543 9 1 402 402 67 66 4 4
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. . . 930 740 740 739 1 1 189 189 49 48 2 2
PORT SAN LUISi CALIF*. . 47 47 47 (Z) (Z)
LONG BEACH# CALIF . . 974 808 808 800 8 (Z) 166 166 18 18 2 2
EL SEGUNDO# CALIF. . ... -
VENTURAi CALIF.. . -
PORT HUENEME. CALIF. . 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) -
CAPITANi CALIF...- -
MORRO# CALIF. ** -

SAN FRANCISCOt CALIF.. . . 1 287 1 169 1 167 1 166 1 2 118 118 105 105 2 2
EUREKA$ CALIF* .* . .. 86 86 86 86 2 2 -
MONTEREYi CALIF * -
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. . . 163 135 134 133 1 2 28 27 55 55 (Z) (Z)
STOCKTON* CALIF* . . 219 180 180 180 39 39 5 5 (Z) (Z)
OAKLAND# CALIF* *. . . . 231 231 231 231 (Z) () 31 31 -
RICHMONDO CALIF. .* . . 234 213 213 213 21 21 4 4 (Z) (Z)
ALAMEOA. CALIF.. . . . 24 19 19 19 (Z) 4 4 5 5 (Z) (Z)
CROCKETTi CALIF . . -
SACRAMENTO CALIF. . . 93 93 93 93 1 1
MARTINEZ. CALIF. . . . 4 4 4 (Z) (ZI
REDWOOD CITY# CALIF. . . 34 34 34 34 ) (Z) -
SELBY# CALIF.. . .
SAN JOAQUIN RIVERi CALIF.. . 189 167 167 167 22 22 1 1 IZ) (Z)
SAN PABLO BAY# CALIF.. . . -
CARQUINEZ STRAIT* CALIF. .* 10 10 10 10 (Z) (Z)
SUISUN BAY. CALIF . . . -

HONOLULUt HAWAII * . .. 21 18 18 18 (Z) (Z) 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
HONOLULU, HAWAII . . . 21 18 18 18 (Z) (Z) 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
HILOv HAWAII . . . (ZI ) 2) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
KAHULUIt HAWAII. . . .
NAWILIL-PORT ALLEN HAWAII -

NORTH PACIFIC# TOTAL . 4 001 3 964 3 964 3 962 2 (Z) 37 37 121 120 1 1

PORTLAND, OREG..* . .. .* 2 258 2 258 2 258 2 257 1 (Z) 62 62 -
ASTORIA* OREG* . . . 411 411 411 411 3 3 -
NEWPORTe OREG* .. . 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
COOS BAY* OREG.* . . . 496 496 496 496 8 8 -
PORTLAND. OREG..* . . 606 606 606 605 (Z) (Z) 29 28 -
LONGVIEWt WASH.. . . . 548 548 548 548 1 16 16 -
VANCOUVERn WASH. . . . 126 126 126 126 (Z) 5 5 -
KALAMA, WASH ... . 70 70 70 70 2 2 -

SEATTLE* WASH. *. . 1 574 1 537 1 537 1 536 1 (Z) 37 37 50 50 1 1
SEATTLE$ WASH . . . . 258 247 247 247 1 11 11 18 17 (Z) (Z)
TACOMAi WASH..** . .* 310 302 302 301 (Z) (Z) 9 9 10 10 1 1
ABERDEEN-HOGUIAMe WASH.. 264 264 264 264 4 4 -
BLAINEV WASH. *. . . 1 1 1 1 I ) Z) -
BELLINGHAMH WASH.. . . 98 84 84 84 14 14 5 5 (Z) (Z)
EVERETTE WASH. .* *. 148 148 148 148 4 4 -
PORT ANGELES, WASH.. L 165 165 165 165 (ZI 4 -
PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. . . 4 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) -
ANACORTESI WASH* ... . . 5 1 1 1 4 4 (Z) (Z) ) (Z)
FRIDAY HARBOR* WASH. . 39 39 39 39 (Z) ( -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMONDi WASH*. 19 19 19 19 (Z) (Z) -
OLYMPIA# WASH. . . . . 262 262 262 262 3 3 -
NEAH BAY, WASH.. . . . -

ANCHORAGE* ALASKA. .* . .. 169 169 169 169 8 8 -
JUNEAUt ALASKA .* . . 16 16 16 16 1 1 -
KETCHIKANI ALASKA. .. .. 4 4 4 1-
SKAGWAYt ALASKA . . ... 4 45 45 45 45 1 1 -
WRANGELL* ALASKA . . . 4 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) -
FAIRBANKS# ALASKA. . . . -
PETEKSBURG9 ALASKA . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 -
SITKA, ALASKA. * . 55 55 55 55 4 4 -
PELICAN. ALASKA* . -
SAND POINT. ALASKA . . . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) I) (Z) -
ANCHORAGEt ALASKA. . . 44 44 44 44 1 1
KODIAK. ALASKA . -


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL . . 7 621 7 471 7 470 7 468 2 2 150 150 152 152 4 4

OGDENSBURGN N.Y * ... ... 5 3 3 2 (Z) 3 3 1 1 1 1
OGDENSBURGO N.Y. . . . 5 3 3 2 (Z) 3 3 1 1 1 1
MASSENA. N.Y.. . . . -
FORT COVINGTONt N.Y. . -








6 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS AUGUST 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 I n millions of dollars)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Det of
Customs district and port Total-- Defense
Grand total domestic, Domestic Special Domestic, Domestic Domestic, Doestic Doesc. es
Total foreign, and In-transit e for e and d and fr i and
and foreign Pkm-Dept. a faid eign and n d
and- forei of Defens in-transit foreign in-transit foreign iforei
in-trasit controlled
cargo

GREAT LAKES--CONTINUED

OGDENSBURGi 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.. . .. . . 156 154 154 154 2 2 1 1 (Z) 421
BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.. 16 15 15 15 1 1 (Z) (ZI (Z) (Z
ROCHESTER, N.Y.. . . . 134 134 134 134 1 1 -
OSWEGO, N.Y . . .. . 6 5 5 5 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (ZI
SODUS POINT, N.Y.. . . -
SYRACUSE. N.Y. . . .- -
UTICA, N.Y.. . . . -
PEMBINA, N. DAK. . -
WARROADI MINN. . -
BAUDETTE, MINN.. . .

DULUTH, MINN.. . . . . 1 653 1 643 1 643 1 643 10 0 25 25 1 1
DULUTH, MINN.. . . .. 369 39 359 359 10 10 10 10 1 1
ASHLAND, WIS. .. . -
INTERNATIL FALLS-RANIER MINN -
SUPERIOR WIS. . .... 503 503 503 503 11 11 -
GRAND PORTAGE, MINN. . .
SILVER BAY, MINN.. . . . 781 781 781 781 5 5 -
MILWAUKEE, WIS.. .. .. . 296 296 296 295 (Z 20 20 -
MILWAUKEE, WIS* . 262 262 262 262 (Z) 16 16 -
MARINETTE# WIS -
GREEN BAY, WIS. . . . 19 19 19 19 1 1 -
MANITOWOC WIS. . .
SHEBOYGAN. WIS.. . . -
RACINE, WIS. . . 14 14 14 14 2 2 -

DETROIT, MICH. . .. 1 005 966 966 965 1 (Z) 39 39 22 22 1 1
DETROIT. MICH. . .. . .. 260 252 252 250 1 (Z) 9 9 16 16 (Z) (Z)
PORT HURON, MICH.. . . .- -
SAULT STE. MARIE. MICH.. -
SAGINAW-BAY CITY, MICH.. . 50 32 32 32 16 18 3 3 (2) (Z)
ESCANABA, MICH..' . . - -
MARQUETTE. MICH. . . .
ALGONAC, MICH. ........ -
MUSKEGON, MICH.. . . 51 39 39 39 12 12 1 1 (2) (2)
GRAND HAVEN, MICH. . . 34 34 34 34 (Z) (Z -
ROGERS CITY, MICH. .. . 189 189 189 9 1 (Z) (2 -
DETOUR. MICH.. . . . 41 41 41 41 (Z) (Z) -
MACKINAC ISLANDi MICH. . -
SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. . . -
PRESQUE ISLE. MICH.. . . 239 239 239 239 1 1 -
ALPENA9 MICH.. . . 59 59 59 59 (2) (Z) -
FERRYSBURG, MICH.. . . 83 83 83 (Z) (Z).

CHICAGO, ILL...... . 1 048 987 987 987 (Z) 61 61 46 46 2 2
CHICAGO, ILL .. . .. . 1 047 986 986 986 (Z) 61 61 46 46 2 2
PEORIA, ILL . .
EAST CHICAGO. IND. . . -
GARY@ IND. . . . 1 1 1 1 (Z) () -

CLEVELAND, OHIO . . . 3 458 3 423 3 422 3 422 1 35 35 36 36 (2) ( Z
CLEVELAND# OHIO. . . 155 149 147 147 1 6 6 8 8 (2) (Z)
TOLEDO, OHIO .. . . 965 936 936 936 (Z) 29 29 14 14 (Z) (Z)
ERIE, PA.. . . o. 37 37 37 37 7 5 5 -
SANDUSKY, OHIO . . . 701 701 701 701 4 4 -
ASHTABULA9 OHIO . . . 580 580 580 580 2 2 -
CONNEAUTi OHIO . . . 1020 1 020 1 020 1 020 4 4 -
FAIRPORT, OHIO . . -
HURON, OHIO. . -
LORAINi OHIO ......... -


'TOTALS OF CUSTOMS DISTRICTS HAVING PORTS LOCATED IN MORE THAN ONE COASTAL
EXPORTS FOR THE CUSTOMS DISTRICT.


DISTRICT SHOULD BE COMBINED TO OBTAIN TOTAL







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

(Shipping weight in millions ol pounds. Data shown present dofnestic and foeign eietchani ise. Expo I .i'p., l..rl ii I'| r; i Catego dy comioities are excluded forn thee I ata See t les 1 3 4E ai ([ f to
cargo in eac service by coastal district. Totals represent sum of u.uuni.]r.i 1Rgur .. hrence may vary ..hIlly from sum om l wounded amounts,

All services Linet Irregular Taiker
Trade area
Total U.S, sI p rcet Total U,S. flag ec Total U.S. flag ,t Total US, flag



GRAND TOTAL . .... . 36 952 2 104 5.7 5 812 1 205 20.7 28 351 672 2.4 2 788 228 8.2

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS. EXCEPT
CANADIAN . ........ . .. 30 028 1 969 6.6 5 754 1 200 20.9 21 752 579 2.7 2 522 189 7.5

CARIBBEAN. ..... ... . . 1 114 132 11.8 477 80 16.8 468 52 11.1 169 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . 19 6 31.6 18 6 33.3 1 -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 1 095 126 11.5 459 74 16.1 467 52 11.1 169 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 1 404 53 3.8 293 53 18.1 911 (Z) (B) 200 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 422 114 27.0 216 92 42.6 141 22 15.6 66 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .... .... 180 10 5.6 55 10 18.2 31 (Z) (B) 95 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . 15 3 20.0 4 3 75.0 9 (Z) (B) 2 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . 165 7 4.2 50 7 14.0 22 93 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. . ... . 225 5 2.2 30 182 2 1.1 14 2 14.3
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE ... 919 29 3.2 247 29 9.8 377 (Z) (8) 246 -
BALTICs SCANDINAVIA# ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND .. .. .... 505 13 2.6 178 13 7.3 271 57 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . . . 5 009 139 2.8 930 112 12.0 3 441 27 .8 638 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 3 240 95 2.9 514 68 13.2 2 188 27 1.2 538 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . . 487 19 3.9 127 19 15.0 272 (Z) (B) 88 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. .. 1 279 24 1.9 286 24 8.4 981 Z) (B) 12 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . . . .. .. 3 () (8) 3 (Z) (B) (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC . 776 22 2.8 61 6 9.8 666 16 2.4 49 -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL ...... .. 668 21 3.1 43 5 11.6 578 16 2.8 47 -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . 57 1 1.8 5 1 20.0 52 -
PORTUGAL. . . . ... 51 13 36 2 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE -
AZORESi MEDITERRANEARN AND BLACK
SEA. . . . . . . . 3 566 103 2.9 546 103 18.9 2 828 193 (Z) (B)
WEST COAST OF AFRICA . . 277 96 34.7 151 73 48.3 122 23 18.9 4 (Z) (B)
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . 60 28 46.7 37 5 13.5 23 23 100.0 (2) (Z) (B)
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 217 68 31.3 114 68 59.6 99 (Z) B() 4 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . . 133 53 39.8 129 53 41.1 (Z) 4 -
AUSTRALASIA . . . . . 439 23 5.2 179 23 12.8 226 34 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA . . 436 23 5.3 178 23 12.9 224 34 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . . . . 3 1 33.3 1 1 100.0 2 -
INDIA# PERSIAN GULF9 AND RED SEA. 1 176 646 54.9 558 232 41.6 336 227 67.6 282 187 66.3
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. . . 206 104 50.5 108 50 46.3 84 54 64.3 15 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . . . . . 1 010 206 20.4 399 144 36.1 602 62 10.3 10 -
FAR EAST--NOATHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. . . . . 12 665 221 1.7 1 150 128 11.1 11 068 94 .8 447


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. . 6 924 136 2.0 58 5 8.6 6 599 93 1.4 266 38 14.3

PACIFIC CANADA. . . .. 355 5 1.4 8 4 50.0 266 (Z) (B) 81 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. . . 4 790 130 2.7 49 (Z) (8) 4 641 92 2.0 99 38 38.4
ATLANTIC CANADA . .. . . 1 779 1 .1 1 1 692 1 .1 86 -
MONTREAL ... . . 284 280 4 -
NEWFOUNOLAND.. *. . .. . 115 115
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS ... . . . . 1 380 1 1 1 297 1 .1 82 -







8 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS AUGUST 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 unrounded figures, hence may var slightly from sm 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 US. flag


TOTAL . .......... 1879 497 364 36 1 897 449 681 110 436 95 555 1i

FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN . . . . . 1 865 497 364 36 1 897 449 681 110 428 91 519 18
CARIBBEAN .. .. . . . 172 58 67 8 181 7 22 3 8 4 26 (Z)
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 9 4 1 'Z) 7 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS. 163 54 66 7 173 6 22 3 8 4 26 (Z)
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 122 24 7 2 99 21 9 5 7 1 48
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 76 41 3 1 115 38 10 5 12 8 (ZI -
WEST COAST OF, CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . .... ....... . 16 1 1 (Z) 22 1 8 4 5 4 2
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . 1 1 (Z) (Z) 1 (Z) 2 1 () -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . . 16 (Z) 1 22 (Z) 6 3 4 4 2

GULF COAST OFiMEXICO. . .. 4 (Z) 25 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE . . 78 25 6 1 101 3 22 (Z) 14 (Z) 76
BALTIC SCANDINAVIAt ICELANDi AND
GREENLAND. . . . . . 57 13 8 21 28 11 52
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . . 322 82 99 8 272 22 86 58 94 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 193 54 40 5 161 10 30 30 59
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . ; 33 15 7 54 5 11 13 9
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. . ; 94 14 51 3 56 8 44 15 27
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . . . . 1 (Z) 1 -, (Z) 1 (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 37 6 (Z) 11 (Z) (Z) 12 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .... * . 2 27 5 (Z) 4 12
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . ; 3 1 2 (Z) (Z) 1 -
PORTUGAL. . . . . 7 (Z) 5 (Z) (Z) (Z -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES' IN WESTERN
EUROPE ........ -
AZORESi MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. . . .. . * 257 51 52 147 52 26 28 1 36 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . . . 43 14 6 1 49 41 (Z) (Z) 53 17
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION.. 5 4 1 1 (Z) 31 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 38 10 6 1 49 40 (2) (Z) 22 17
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . 45 28 16 10 56 14 5 4 3 1
AUSTRALASIA .' . . . 54 10 11 (Z) 50 4 44 6 16 2 3 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. . . 54 10 11 (Z) 50 4 43 6 16 2 3 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . . (Z) (Z) 1 1 (Z) -
INDIA, PERSIAN GULF, AND RED, SEA. 120 69 7 .1 280 119 44 11 59 31 46 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. . . 25 13 1 (Z) 56 35 9 1 16 1 (Z) -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .. . . . 107 47 22 1 111 48 96 36 47 13 16 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN . . . . 330 14 56 4 299 44 271 39 144 27 49

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS . .. 14 (Z) (Z) 8 4 36

PACIFIC CANADA. .. ... (Z) Z) 8 4 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. . . 13 (Z) 36 -
ATLANTIC CANADA I
MONTREAL. . . . .
NEWFOUNDLAND. . . -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA.
PORTS. . .... 1 -








AUGUST 1969 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 9



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

(Shipprng weight n millions of pounds, Data shown represent domestic .ird tonegrn merchadise. Export shpmnts of Special Categoy commodites are excltided from these oata. Se tbe I ? tor 1 s tl ca go
carried in regular service. Totals represent sum of unfounded figures, hence may vary sightly from sium of rounded amounts)


North Allantic Coast South Atllrant Coast GC It Coast South Pacific Coast North Paclic Coast Great Lakes
Trade area

Total U S lag Total U S llag Total U S. -I Total U.S. 'I Total U.S Total U S flag



TOTAL . . . ...... 7 815 158 477 14 7 422 310 2 199 23 3 526 75 6 913 92

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS* EXCEPT
CANADIAN . . . . . 7 562 158 417 14 6 977 310 2 189 23 3 470 74 1 137 (Z)

CARIBBEAN . . . . . . 29 (Z) 99 14 332 38 1 -4 3 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . (Z) 1 (Z) () - -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 29 (Z) 98 14 332 38 1 4 3
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 548 (Z) 10 353 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 19 16 95 22 7 (Z) 3
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . . . . . (Z) (Z) 29 2 (Z)
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . (Z) (Z) 9 (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . (Z) 20 2 (Z) -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. .... (Z) 47 135 2 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE .. 2 22 243 (Z) 4 106 (Z)
BALTICt SCANDINAVIAt ICELAND9 AND
GREENLAND. . . . . 67 124 12 68 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . ... 1 466 27 97 (Z) 1 018 (Z) 329 (Z) 6 526 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . 763 27 46 645 (Z) 262 2 470
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . . 195 3 (Z) 71 (Z) (Z) 3
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. . 508 47 302 (Z) 68 4 53 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE . . . . . . (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 314 16 19 132 21 179
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL .. . . .. 314 16 19 65 179
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL.. 31 21 -
PORTUGAL . . .. 36 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE. .* . ..- -
AZORES. MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. . . . . . . 984 66 1 608 38 31 100

WEST COAST OF AFRICA ...... 12 6 82 23 22
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . 23 23 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 12 6 59 (Z) 22 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . . (Z) (Z) -
AUSTRALASIA . ...... . . .5 6 77 116 23 (Z)
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA .... . 5 6 77 115 21 (Z)
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . ...... (Z) 2 -
INDIA# PERSIAN GULF, AND RED SEA. 24 23 267 182 22 22 12 11 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. . . 33 33 18 3 9 21 21- -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAs
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . . . . . 18 18 191 44 36 1 357 (Z)- -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA#
INCLUDING JAPAN. . . . . 4 040 41 11 2 289 1 608 3 001 53 120 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. .... 252 1 59 446 10 56 (Z) 5 776 92

PACIFIC CANADA. . . . . 59 116 10 55 (Z) 25 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. . . .. - 1 4 641 92
ATLANTIC CANADA . . ... 252 1 (Z) 329 1 110 -
MONTREAL . . . . .. (Z) 26 254 -
NEWFOUNDLAND. ; . . ... .. 8 85 22 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. ............. . 245 1 218 834 -








10 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS AUGUST 1969


Table E-5. Tanker 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 romm these data. See table E-2 for total ca
carried in tanker service. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary sihghily fhor sum ol 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. fag



TOTAL ...... . . . 247 39 185 1 647 133 522 22 37 150 33

FOREIGN TRADE AREASv EXCEPT
CANADIAN . . . ..... 242 34 165 1 582 133 489 22 9 35 -

CARIBBEAN .. .. .. . . 2 20 147 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE . -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 2 20 147 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 16 2 182 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 2 10 54 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . .. . . . 21 74 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 2 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO .... 19 74 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. . . . 14 2 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE . . 4 63 160 19 -
BALTIC, SCANDINAvIAi ICELAND, AND
GREENLAND. . . . . . 1 56 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE .. . 77 80 397 76 8
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 30 79 389 32 8 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . 36 8 44 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. o . 11 1 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . . -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 40 6 3 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . ........... 40 6 1
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . -
PORTUGAL . . . 2
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES' IN WESTERN
EUROPE . . . . . . -
AZORES# MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. . . . . . . 52 (Z) 141

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . ... . (Z) (Z) -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . (Zl) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 4
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . 4
AUSTRALASIA .. ...... ; 2 30 2 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA . . 2 30 2 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS . ..- -
INDIA, PERSIAN GULF ARDRED SEA. 40 34 19 131 44 22 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA . . (Z) 7 8 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . ... . . 2 8 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN. .. . 6 201 231 9 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. . . 5 5 20 64 33 28 116 33

PACIFIC CANADA. . . .- 24 29 28 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. ...... . 5 5 8 6 80 33
ATLANTIC CANADA ... ... 11 35 4 36 -
MONTREAL. . . . . . -- 4
NEWFOUNDLAND. -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. ... ..... .... 11 35 36 -








AUGUST 1969


U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS


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


Trade area


GRAND TOTAL. . . .


FOREIGN TRADE AREASt
EXCEPT CANADIAN . . .

CARIBBEAN. . . . . .
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE .
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS. .
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. . .
BALTIC# SCANDINAVIA, ICELAND.
AND GREENLAND . . . .
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE. .. .
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM. *
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION. .
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION *
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-
HAMBURG RANGE . . .

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC.
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH
OF PORTUGAL . . . .
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL . .
PORTUGAL . . . . .
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN
WESTERN EUROPE. . . . .
AZORES# MEDITERRANEAN# AND
BLACK SEA . . . . .

WEST COAST OF AFRICA . . .
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION .
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 . . . . . . .
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA . .
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES . . . .
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING JAPAN . . . .


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS . *

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


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Coast


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12 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS AUGUST 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 antic Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes
Coast
Trade area
Tol U.S. flag p U.S.
total U.S. flagTotal U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total


GRAND TOTAL . .... 2.9 1.6 55.2 .9 .9 .4 (Z) .6 .6 .2 .2 .8 -


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS
EXCEPT CANADIAN . . 2.9 1.6 55.2 .9 .9 .4 (Z) .6 .6 .2 .2 .8 -

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

GULF COAST OF MEXICO . .. -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE. . 4 4 -
BALTICi SCANDINAVIAi ICELANDi
AND GREENLAND . . -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE. . .. 8 -. .8 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM. .8 .8 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION. . -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-
HAMBURG RANGE . . . -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC. -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH
OF PORTUGAL . -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL . -
PORTUGAL . . -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN
WESTERN EUROPE .. . .. -
AZORESt MEDITERRANEAN, AND
BLACK SEA . . . .. .2 .2 100.0 .2 .2 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA . . -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF
AFRICA. . -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA.... -
AUSTRALASIA. .. . . 1 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA. . -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE
PACIFIC ISLANDS . . .1 -

INDIA, PERSIAN GULFt AND RED
SEA *... ....... . . (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA . . -
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES . . . .9 .9 100.0 .9 .9 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN . . .. .6 .6 100.0 .6 .6 (Z) -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS . -

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







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

(Totals represent sum of unfounded Ihgures, hence may vary slightly rhom sum of founded amounts)

Shipping weight (in millions of pounds) Value (in rm Plins oft dollars)

Customs district ad port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Taker
Grand total l Toal, Tt Grand total Total Tolal
Total I In-transit !,,n,-, Geeral rncluring I a ncuding
Im__.rports imorsrrcuin=1pJs Po 'pots
I. t,, n, intransin 1n w'll

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
AUGUST 1968 . ....... .. 51 135 28 221 28 163 59 22 914 19 702 1 967 1 787 1 769 179 149
JULY 1969. ........... 51 929 25 236 25 201 36 26 693 24 037 2 078 1 879 1 870 199 174
AUGUST 1969. . . . . . 52 050 23 281 23 250 32 28 769 24 531 1 970 1 755 1 738 215 175

NORTH ATLANTICi TOTAL. ..... 28 807 8 595 8 581 14 20 213 15 975 1 018 872 865 146 106

PORTLANDi MAINE. ... ... 4 608 147 146 (Z) 4 462 230 42 1 1 41 1
PORTLAND# MAINE. . . ... . 4 319 9 9 (Z) 4 310 79 41 1 1 40 (Z)
BANGORi MAINE. . . . . . 23 23 23 (Z) (Z) (Z)
EASTPORTt MAINE.. . . . . 11 11 11 I ) (Z) () Z)
BATH* MAINE. --- -
BAR HARBOR. MAINE. . -
CALAISE MAINE. . . . .
ROCKLANDI MAINE. . . . .
JONESPORTi MAINE . . . -
PORTSMOUTH. N.H. . ... .. . 64 20 20 44 44 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z ( Z)
BELFASTV MAINE . .. .... . 17 17 17 Z) (Z) (Z)
SEARSPORT9 MAINE . .. .. . . 174 106 106 67 67 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

BOSTONi MASS.. *. . . . . 1 775 373 372 1 1 401 1 401 64 57 57 7 7
BOSTON. MASS* . . . . 1 379 319 318 (Z) 1 061 1 061 51 46 46 5 5
GLOUCESTER# MASS.. . . . . 36 36 36 8 8 -
NEW BEDFORD# MASS .. .. . 73 10 10 63 63 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
PLYMOUTHI MASS.. . . . . . 66 66 66 (Z) Z) (Z)
FALL RIVER. MASS*. . . . 106 9 8 1 97 97 1 1 1 (Z) (Z)
SALEMI MASS. .. . . . 115 115 115 (Z) (Z) (
PROVINCETOWNt MASS.. . . . -

PROVIDENCE. R.I. . . . . 147 34 34 113 113 3 2 2 1 1
NEWPORTI R.I... . . . - --
PROVIDENCEl R.I. . . . . 81 11 11 70 70 1 1 1 (Z) (Z)
MELLVILLE' R.I.. .. . . . 66 23 23 43 43 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)

BRIDGEPORT# CONN .. . .. ... . 622 155 155 467 467 8 5 5 3 3
BRIDGEPORT# CONN** . . . . 144 65 65 78 78 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
HARTFORD# CONN.. .. . . . -
NEW HAVENt CONN. . .. . . 338 77 77 262 262 5 4 4 1 1
NEW LONDON# CONN.. . . . 141 13 13 127 127 2 1 1 1 1

NEW YORKI N.Y. . .* . ... 8 061 1 934 1 925 10 6 127 6 127 630 586 581 44 44
NEW YORKI N.Y. .. . ... 7 647 1 921 1 912 10 5 726 5 726 627 586 580 41 41
ALBANY. N.Y. . . . . . 414 13 13 401 401 3 1 1 3 3

PHILADELPHIA. PA.. . . ... 9 967 4 109 4 108 1 5 858 5 852 151 110 110 40 40
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. . ... .. 5 308 3 751 3 751 1 1 557 1 551 111 100 100 11 11
CHESTER. PA. . . . . . . -
WILMINGTONI DEL. . . . . . 793 198 198 (Z) 595 595 10 6 6 4 4
PAULSBORO# N.J.* . . . . 2 146 2 2 2 144 2 144 15 1 1 15 15
CAMDEN. N.J. .. . . .. ... .. 468 158 158 310 310 5 4 4 2 2
GLOUCESTER CITYi N.J.. . .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. . . . . 1 251 1 251 1 251 9 9 9

BALTIMORE$ MD. . . . . . . 2 173 1 467 1 467 (Z) 7 706 6 79 74 74 5 5
ANNAPOLIS# MD. . . -
CAMBRIDGE MD. ... . . . .1 1 1 (Z) () () -
BALTIMOREM MD. . . . . . 2 172 1 466 1 466 (Z) 706 706 78 74 74 5 5
CRISFIELD._MD. . . . . -

NORFOLKI VA. . . . . . . 1 426 347 345 2 1 079 1 079 41 34 34 6 6
NORFOLKi VA.. . . ... . 1 016 302 300 2 714 714 37 33 32 4 4
NEWPORT NEWSS VA.. . .* .... 405 40 40 365 365 4 1 1 3 3
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG VA . . . 6 6 6 6 Z) (Z) () -
CAPE CHARLES CITY# VA. . . . -
REEDVILLE1 VA. ... .- -
HOPEWELLt VA.. . . . . . .

WASHINGTON. D.C. . . . .. . 28 28 28 2 2 2
WASHINGTON. D.C. . -
ALEXANDRIA VA .* .. . . . 28 28 28 2 2 2

SOUTH ATLANTICi TOTAL. . 5 688 1 332 1 331 1 4 356 4 356 163 130 130 33 33

WILMINGTON# N.C. . ... ... * 243 88 88 155 155 11 9 9 1 1
WILMINGTONt N.C. . .. . . 241 86 86 155 155 11 9 9 1 1
ELIZABETH CITY. N.C... .- -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITYf N.C. *. . 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) (Z) -

CHARLESTON. S.C. . . . .. . 245 139 139 (Z) 106 106 28 27 27 1 1
CHARLESTON. S.C... ... . . 193 139 139 (Z) 54 54 28 27 27 iZ) (Z)
GEORGETOWNi S.C. . ... * 52 (Z) (Z) 52 52 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)








14 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS AUGUST 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)

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

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Taker
Grand total General, General Grand total Total General Total, General
Total g eral In-transit cluding including impots including
Total imports in-transit imports in-transit in-t it


SOUTH ATLANTIC--CONTINUED

SAVANNAH, GA.. . .. .. . 615 404 404 211 211 27 25 25 1 1
8RUNSWICK, GA. . . . . 132 132 132 -
SAVANNAH, GA.. . . . . 483 272 72 211 211 27 25 25 1 I
TAMPA. FLA.1 . . . . . . 1 147 371 371 (Z) 776 776 31 26 26 5 5
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. . . . . 920 22 322 (Z) 599 599 29 25 25 4 4
FERNANDINA BEACH. FLA. . . . -
PORT CANAVERAL. FLA. . . . 227 49 49 178 178 2 (Z) (Z) I

SAN JUANt P.R. . . 2 572 197 197 (Z) 2 375 2 375 46 27 27 19 19
AGUADILLA. P.R.- .. ... . (Z (ZZ (() (Z (Z) -
FAJARDOv P.R.. .. ....... 1 (Z) (Z) 1 (Z ) (Z) () (Z
GUANICA1 P.R .. . 6 6 6 6 (Z Z Z)
HUMACAOI P.R.. . . . ) (Z) Q) ( II (Z) -Z)
MAYAGUEZ P.R. ..... . 10 10 10 -1 1
PONCEt P.R. 24 24 24 1 1 -
SAN JUANI P.R.. ... .. .. 652 163 162 (Z) 489 489 29 25 25 4 4
JOBOS' P.R.. . 286 286 286 2 2 2
GUAYANILLA PR. . .. 1 592 1 592 1 592 13 13 13

MIAMI, FLA. 866 133 132 (Z) 734 734 21 15 15 5 5
MIAMIt FLA.. . . . . . 146 36 36 (Z) 110 110 12 12 12- 1 1
PORT EVERGLADESt FLA.. . . 410 78 78 () 332 332 6 3 3 2 2
WEST PALM BEACH' FLA.. . . 306 15 15 (Z) 291 291 3 (Z) (Z) 2 2
FORT PIERCE, FLA.. . . . 3 3 (ZI ( (Z) -

GULF, TOTAL. . . . . 6 846 5 205 5 199 6 1 641 1 641 214 200 199 14 14

TAMPAr FLA.1 . 590 117 116 (Z) 473 473 12 9 9 3 3
TAMPAt FLA.. .. . . . . 286 117 116 (Z) 169 169 10 9 9 1 1
BOCAGRANDE, FLA . 168 168 168 -
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. ... 136 136 136 1 1 1
MOBILE# ALA. ... . . . . 837 718 717 (Z) 120 120 13 12 12 1 1
MOBILES ALA. . . . . . 641 635 635 (Z) 5 5 9 9 9 (Z) (Z
GULFPORT. MISS .. . 48 48 48 2 2 2
PASCAGOULA# MISS. . .. . .. 717 17 17 1 -
APALACHICOLAt FLA. . . .
CARRABELLE, FLA. . . .- -
PANAMA CITY. FLA.. . . . 76 9 9 67 67 (Z) (Z) (ZI (Zl (Z
PENSACOLA' FLA.. . . 8 8 8 (Z) -
PORT ST. JOE# FLA. . . . 47 47 47 (Z) ( Z

NEW ORLEANS# LA. . . . . 3 111 2 608 2 604 4 503 503 112 107 106 5 5
MORGAN CITYt LA. I ( ) (Z 2)I ) (ZI (Z ( -
NEW ORLEANS) LA. 1 391 1 019 1016 3 372 372 89 85 84 4 4
BATON ROUGEi LA. ... 1 252 1 123 1 123 129 129 15 14 14 1 1
PORT SULPHURf LA.. -
MEMPHIS. TENN. . . . . .
CHATTANOOGA. TENN. . . . . -
DESTREHANI LA. . Z) (Z) (Z ( (Z (Z)
GRAMERCY. LA.. . . . 465 465 465 8 8
GREENVILLE# MISS . . . -
AVONDALE. LA.. . . . 2 2 2 () (Z (
ST. ROSE, LA*.. . ... . .
GOOD HOPE' LA. . . . .

PORT ARTHUR' TEX.. . . . 47 7 7 40 40 1 () (I 1
PORT ARTHUR TEX.. .. . . 38 38 38 1 1
SABINE9 TEX. . ..... .- -
ORANGE, TEX. . () Z) (Z) (Z)- -( ( -
BEAUMONT. TEX . ) (Z (Z) ) ) (Z -
LAKE CHARLES LA . .. . 10 7 7 -2 2 1 (Z (Z) (2 ()
GALVESTONt TEX. 880 873 873 Z) 7 7 10 10 9 (ZL
GALVESTON# TEX.. 134 134 133 Z 6 6 6
FREEPORT, TEX. . . . . . (Z Z) -
CORPUS CHRISTI TEX.. . 320 313 313 7 7 2 2 2 () (Z)
TEXAS CITY. TEX . . . .
PORT LAVACA T TEX.. . ... 426 426 426 2 2 2

LAREDO. TEX. (BROWNSVILLE) . . 305 8 8 () 297 297 2 (Zl (Z) 2 2

CLEVELAND OHIO . -
EVANSVILLE, IND. . . . .
LOUISVILLE' KY.- . . . *

ST. LOUISv MO. . ... . . .

MIAMI. FLA. (KEY WEST)l. . . .

HOUSTON TEX. . . . . . 1 076 874 873 1 202 202 64 62 62 2 2

SEE FOOTNOTE AT END OF TABLE.








AUGUST 1969


U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS


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

(Totals leprsent sum of unfounded fIgules, hence may 11 ..r gr'li fhrom sum of rounded amounts)
.... ..........T


Customs district and port





SOUTH PACIFIC# TOTAL . . .

SAN DIEGOt CALIF.. . . . . .

LOS ANGELES# CALIF.. .. . . .
LOS ANGELESt CALIF.. . . . .
PORT SAN LUIS# CALIF.. . . . .
LONG BEACH# CALIF. . . . . .
EL SEGUNDO. CALIF. . . .
VENTURA. CALIF.. . . . . .
PORT HUENEMEi CALIF. . . .* .
CAPITANt CALIF.. . . . . *
MORRO, CALIF.**. . .

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.. . . .
EUREKAv CALIF. ... . : .
MONTEREYt CALIF. . . . . .
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF .. . . .
STOCKTON# CALIF. .... .
OAKLANDO CALIF..* . . .
RICHMOND. CALIF. . . . . .
ALAMEDA. CALIF.. . .
CROCKETTI CALIF. . . .
SACRAMENTO. CALIF. . . . .
MARTINEZ* CALIF. .. . . *
REDWOOD CITY* CALIF. . . . .
SELBY9 CALIF.. . .. .. . . .
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER* CALIF..* . .
SAN PABLO BAYt CALIF.. . . . .
CARQUINEZ STRAIT* CALIF. . . .
SUISUN BAY, CALIF. . . . .


HONOLULU. HAWAII *
HONOLULU* HAWAII
HILO# HAWAII .
KAHULUIv HAWAII.
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN,


HAWAII.


NORTH PACIFIC. TOTAL . . .

PORTLAND# OREG.. . . . . . .
ASTORIA. OREG ... . . .
NEWPORT. OREG. . . . . . .
COOS BAYi OREG.. . * . .
PORTLAND' OREG. . . .. .
LONGVIEW' WASH... . . . .
VANCOUVER* WASH. . . . . .
KALAMA. WASH.. . . . . .

SEATTLE. WASH. . .
SEATTLE. WASH. . . .
TACOMA. WASH.. . . . . .
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM# WASH.. . . .
BLAINE, WASH.. . . . . . .
BELLINGHAM, WASH. . . . .
EVERETTi WASH . ... . . .
PORT ANGELES# WASH... . . .
PORT TOWNSEND* WASH. . . . .
ANACORTES, WASH. . . . . .
FRIDAY HARBORt WASH.. . . . *
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND. WASH.. . . .
OLYMPIA, WASH. . . . .
NEAH BAY, WASH.. . . . . .

ANCHORAGEi ALASKA. . . . . .
JUNEAU, ALASKA . . . . .
KETCHIKAN. ALASKA. . . . .
SKAGWAY. ALASKA. . . . . .
WRANGELL# ALASKA . . . .
FAIRBANKS. ALASKA. . ... .
PETERSBURG. ALASKA . *
SITKAt ALASKA. . . . . .
PELICAN. ALASKA. . .
SAND POINTi ALASKA . .
ANCHORAGE' ALASKA. . . . .
KODIAK. ALASKA .. . . . .


GREAT LAKES# TOTAL . . .

06DENSBURG# N.Y. . . . . . .
OGDENSBURGI N.Y. . . . . .
MASSENAt N.Y.. . . . . . .
FORT COVINGTON# N.Y. . . . .


Grand total



3 540

44

1 722
1 200
4
519






937
(Z)

197
2
69
213
63


135

V
41
187
20


838
832

4
2


1 631

615
9


350
59
186
11

906
321
455


73
28
8
20






111
(2)
10
17


(Z)
( Z
(Z)
(2)
(Z)
82
(Z)


5 537

45
17


Shipping weight (in millions of pounds)


Dry cargo


Total


1 250

36

737
386
4
347






402
(2)

197
2
69
22
62










76
70

4
2


1 465

604
9


350
59
186
(Z)

836
309
397



28
8
20






25
(Z)
10
10


1Z)
IZ)
(Z)
(Z)
3
(Z)


5 434

45
17
28


General
imports


1 245

34

735
385
4
346






401
(Z)

196
2
69
22
62




9
41




76
70

4
2


1 459

604
9


350
59
186
tZ)

832
305
397


73
28
8
20






23
(Z)
10
9

(Z)
(Z)
(Z)
(Z)

(Z)


5 434

45
17


In-transit


5

2

2
2
I






2


2

(Z)












(Z)
(Z)





6










4
4
(Z)












2


2










(Z)


Tanher

Total,
including
in-transit

2 290

8

985
813

172






535


(Z)


191
1


135



187
20


762
762





166

10






10

70
12
58












86


6






80



103


General
imports


2 290

8

985
813

172






535


(2)


191
1


135



187
20


762
762





166

10






10

70
12
58












86


6






80



103


Grand total



333


Value ln millions ot dollars)

Dry cargo
I t al,
nttAl, r ral ui
inc tiri nrtl

313 306 1

12 7 Z

191 189
146 144
(Zt (Z)
45 44






103 102
(Z) (Z)

69 68 (
1 1
22 22
1 1
7 7 C,













(2) (Z)
(Z) (Z)


Tanker

General
i mporls



9 19

) (Z)

8 8
6 6

2 2






5 5


) (Z)


2 2
Z (z)


I I



1i 1
Z (Z)


6 6
6 6




I I

Z (z)


Z (Z)




1 1
z (Z)








Z) (Z)









1 1




1 1


2 2








16 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS AUGUST 1969


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 port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Talker
Grand total lG Total, General Grand tota total GenealT Total, Genal
including including
Total imports In-transit including nc d imports n d imports
in-transit in-transit in-transit

GREAT LAKES--CONTINUED

OGDENSBURG. N.Y.--CONTINUED
CAPE VINCENT, N.Y. . -
MORRISTOWN, N.Y. .- -
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. . . . -
CHAMPLAIN-ROUSES POINTS N.Y. . -
WADDINGTONi N.Y. . . . . 28 28 28 (Z) () (Z) -
CLAYTON# N.Y.. . . . . .

BUFFALOt N.Y........ . . . 348 306 306 42 42 3 3 3 (Z) (Z)
BUFFALO-NIAGARA FALLSi N.Y.. . 211 211 211 1 1 -
ROCHESTER. N.Y.. . . . . . 42 42 42 1 1 1 -
OSWEGO, N.Y. ... . . . . 94 52 52 42 42 1 (Z) (2) (Z) (Z)
SODUS POINT, N.Y.... -
SYRACUSEi N.Y .. .. -
UTICA# N.Y. . . .. . . . --

PEMBINA, N. DAK. -
WARROAD, MINN . .. .
BAUDETTE. MINN.. . -

DULUTHI MINN.. ..... .. . . . 67 67 67 2 2 2 -
DULUTH, MINN.. . . . 45 45 45 1 1 -
ASHLAND, WIS.. -
INTERNAT'L FALLS-RANIERi MINN. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z -
SUPERIOR, WIS. ...... .. . 22 22 22 (Z) (Z) (Z -
GRAND PORTAGE, MINN. .
SILVER BAY, MINN.. ..... . -

MILWAUKEE E WIS.. . . . . . . 105 105 105 13 13 13 -
MILWAUKEE# WIS.. . . . 79 79 79 12 12 12 -
MARINETTEw WIS.. . .. . . 16 16 16 1 -
GREEN BAY WIS:. .. . .. 9 9 9 I -
MANITOWOC. WIS.. . . -
SHEBOYGANS WIS.. -
RACINE, WIS. . . . -

DETROITi MICH. . . .. 789 751 751 38 38 35 34 34 1 1
DETROIT, MICH. .. . . 703 703 703 33 33 33 -
PORT HURON. MICH. .. -. -
SAULT STE. MARIEi MICH .. ..... 1 1 1 (Z) (Z) ) -
SAGINAW-BAY CITY. MICH.. .... 84 45. 45 38 38 2 1 1 I 1
ESCANABA. MICH. . . . .- -
MARQUETTE. MICH. ...- -
ALGONAC, MICH. .. ..- -
MUSKEGONi MICH.. .... 1 1 1 (Zl (Z) (Z) -
GRAND HAVEN, MICH... . . . -
ROGERS CITY. MICH . . .
DETOURI MICH.. . . .- .- -
MACKINAC ISLAND MICH. . . .- -
SOUTH HAVEN. MICH... . . . -
PRESQUE ISLE. MICH... .. . . .- -
ALPENA, MICH.. . .. . .- -
FERRYSBURG. MICH . . . . .- -

CHICAGO, ILL.. . . . 1 532 1 531 1 531 (Z) 1 1 53 53 53 (Z) (Z)
CHICAGO, ILL... ...... . 665 665 665 (Z) 1 1 49 49 49 (Z) (2)
PEORIA, ILL. .... . .. . -
EAST CHICAGO. IND.. . .... ... 532 532 532 3 3 -
GARY. IND. . . . . . . 335 335 335 1 1 1 -

CLEVELAND, OHIO1 . . . . . 2 652 2 630 2 630 22 22 41 41 41 (Z) (Zl
CLEVELAND, OHIO.. . . . 1 316 1 316 1 316 19 19 19 -
TOLEDO, OHIO . . 258 236 236 22 22 12 12 12 (Z) (Z)
ERIEL PA. ? .. . . . 9 9 9 I 1 I -
SANDUSKY, OHIO . . . . . .- -
ASHTABULAV OHIO. . . . . 77 77 77 5 5 5 -
CONNEAUTt OHIO ... ... . . 803 803 803 3 3 3 -
FAIRPORT. OHIO ... .. . 67 67 67 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
HURONt OHIO. : . -
LORAIN, OHIO .......... . 121 121 121 (2) () () -

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







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Table 1-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown rep resent general imports of merchandise. See tables 1.3 1-4, and 1-5 for caro in each service by coiystal district. Totals epiesei m of unounit
'"g,'ar, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)

All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
Total U S fla pe nt Total US llag pe Total US lag peU Tolal ..f U la I


GRANO TOTAL . . . . 47 781 2 166 4.5 3 874 729 18.8 19 375 475 2.5 24 531 963 3.9

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANADIAN ... . . 40 944 1 771 4.3 3 794 718 18.9 12 745 98 .8 24 405 955 3.9

CARIBBEAN ... .. . . 24 173 709 2.9 116 29 25.0 6 379 91 1.4 17 677 589 3.3
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . (Z) () (1) (Z) (IZ 181 (Z -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 24 172 709 2.9 116 29 25.0 6 379 91 1.4 17 677 589 3.3
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 775 35 4.5 165 35 21.2 610 (2) -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 1 091 82 7.5 155 81 52.3 529 1 .2 407
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . . . . . . 496 4 .8 19 4 21.1 451 (Z) (8) 26 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE.. . 2 1 50.0 1 1 100.0 (Z) (Z) (B) ()
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . .. 495 3 .6 17 2 11.8 451 (Z) (8) 26 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. . . . 685 32 4.7 32 2 6.3 36 617 30 4.9
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE . .. 598 67 11.2 244 66 27.0 253 (Z) (8) 101 (2) (8)
BALTIC. SCANDINAVIA* ICELAND, AND
GREENLAND. . . . . 514 12 2.3 181 9 5.0 323 3 .9 10 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . . . 2 349 141 6.0 732 116 15.8 981 (Z) (B) 637 25 3.9
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 1 756 63 3.6 435 38 8.7 764 (Z) (B) 557 25 4.5
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . . 219 19 8.7 65 19 29.2 74 80 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 375 59 15.7 232 58 25.0 143 (Z) 18) (Z)
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC . 106 9 8.5 40 9 22.5 20 47 -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . . ..... . 22 2 9.1 8 2 25.0 15 (Z) -
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . . 62 5 8.1 14 5 35.7 2 47 -
PORTUGAL. . . . . . 22 2 9.1 18 2 11.1 4 () -
AZORESt MEDITERRANEAN. AND BLACK
SEA. . . . .. . . . 2 469 49 2.0 239 49 20.5 309 (2) (8) 1 921

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . . . 1 113 20 1.8 115 20 17.4 789 208 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . 2 IZ) (B) 2 (Z) (B) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 1 111 20 1.8 114 20 17.5 789 20 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA .. . 261 27 10.3 119 27 22.7 108 33 -
AUSTRALASIA .. . . . . 681 19 2.8 210 19 9.0 471 IZ) (B) (Z) IZ) (B)
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA .. . 681 19 2.8 210 19 9.0 471 (2) (B) (Z) (Z) (B)
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . . . (Z) (Z)
INDIA# PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA* 2 220 340 15.3 156 31 19.9 60 IZ) (B) 2 003 309 15.4
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .. . 848 26 3.1 163 26 16.0 32 (Z) (8) 653

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . . ... 815 52 6.4 291 52 17.9 486 (Z) (B) 38 (2Z (B)
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN.. . . . 1 750 147 8.4 817 144 17.6 907 3 .3 26 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. . . 6 837 396 5.8 80 11 13.8 6 630 377 5.7 127 8 6.3

PACIFIC CANADA. . . . . 816 45 5.5 39 11 28.2 766 35 4.6 10 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. ...... . 2 522 348 13.8 23 2 484 340 13.7 14 8 57.1
ATLANTIC CANADA . . ...... 3 499 2 .1 18 3 380 2 .1 102
MONTREAL. ....... . . .47 (Z) 5 42
NEWFOUNDLAND. . . ..... 241 181 60
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . . . ... . 3 211 2 .1 18 3 194 2 .1








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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 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 ... . .. . .. 1 852 388 374 33 503 93 571 136 224 79 351 (Z)

FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN . . . ... 1 830 388 370 33 503 93 559 136 212 68 319 (Z)

CARIBBEAN .. . . . . 63 24 32 5 20 (Z) 1 1 (Z) (Z -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 63 23 32 5 20 (Z) I (Z) (Z -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 92 15 18 4 39 11 15 4 1 (Z) (Z) (Zl
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA .. 88 43 8 2 21 3 21 16 18 17 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . . . . . . 2 1 3 (Z) 4 7 1 3 2 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . 1 1 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . . 1 3 (Z) 4 7 1 3 2 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO.. . .. 14 1 (Z) (Z) 17 1 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE .. . 161 59 9 (Z) 16 7 19 (Z) 4 34 (ZI
BALTIC, SCANDINAVIAt ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. . . . . . 98 9 11 22 (Z) 32 (Z) 4 14 (Z)
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . . . 352 95 56 4 102 16 69 (Z) 32 122 (Z)
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 171 28 35 3 64 7 43 (Z) 26 96 (Z)
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . . 31 17 1 22 3 6 (Z) 5 (Zl
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. . 150 51 20 1 16 7 20 (Z) 5 21 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE . . . -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC . 25 8 3 4 1 2 (Z) 5 (Z
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . . . 4 2 2 (Z) (Z) 1
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . 9 4 (Z) 2 1 1 (Z) 3
PORTUGAL.. . . ... .. 12 2 1 2 (Z) 1 (Z) 2 (Z)
AZORES9 MEDITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA. . . . . . 152 41 26 2 19 7 13 (Z) 10 18 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA... . . 79 15 5 1 22 4 3 7
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 1 () (Z) -- -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 77 15 5 1 22 4 3 7 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . . 35 18 2 1 65 8 7 11 -
AUSTRALASIA . . .. . . 139 9 23 3 6 1 35 3 6 3 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA . .... 139 9 23 3 6 1 35 3 6 3
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . -
INDIA, PERSIAN GULF, AND RED SEA. 50 12 48 10 32 6 20 3 5 (Z) 2 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. ...... 53 7 2 (Z) 44 13 21 4 10 1 33 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES.. . . . . 121 15 45 (Z) 18 5 66 21 35 11 6 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN. . ....... 306 17 79 (Z) 52 11 229 83 74 33 78 (Z)

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS . 22 3 12 11 11 32

PACIFIC CANADA. . . . 13 3 12 11 11 (Z
GREAT LAKES CANADA. . .. . (Z 23 -
ATLANTIC CANADA . . . . 9 (Z) 8 -
MONTREAL ........ (Z) -(
NEWFOUNDLAND. .. . . . -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . . . . . 9 (Z -) - 8








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

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent general imports ol merchandise. See table 1I2 for total (, go [.,ir d in regular service. Totals represent sum of unfounded
figures, lence may blry si.gnll, from sum of rounded irmounil


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

TOTAL . .. . .* .. 6 729 89 958 2 4 697 7 674 1 1 235 36 5 083 341


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANADIAN .. .. . . . 5 506 86 583 2 4 476 7 555 1 852 2 773 1

CARIBBEAN .. . . . . . 3 128 83 312 1 2 751 6 19 169 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . () -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 3 128 83 312 1 2 751 6 19 169 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 400 5 151 4 51 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 278 4 1 232 14 (Z) (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . . . . . 32 7 (Z) 127 79 207 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . (Z) (Z) Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . . 32 7 (Z) 127 79 207 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. . . . Z) 1 35 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE . . 55 (Z) 32 (Z) 42 5 (Z) 119 (Z)
BALTIC# SCANDINAVIA9 ICELANDv AND
GREENLAND. . . . . . 255 3 20 22 3 (Z) () 24 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . . . 133 (Z) 136 251 (Z) 12 (Z) (Z) 448
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 80 (Z) 117 213 (Z) 1 (Z) (Z) 354
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION .. 30 2 34 (Z) (Z) 8 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. .. 23 (Z) 17 5 (Z) 12 (Z) (Z) 86 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE . . . . -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 14 3 2 1 (Z) (Z)
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . . . . 14 (Z) (Z)
SPAIN-ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . 1 (Z) (Z)
PORTUGAL. . . . . . 1 2 (Z) (Z) (Z)
AZORES, MEDITERRANEANs AND BLACK
SEA. . . . . . . . 169 (Z) 5 125 3 (Z) 6 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . . 597 1 190 1
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 597 1 190 1 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA .. .. . 56 1 51 (Z - Z (Z)
AUSTRALASIA . . . ... . 66 (Z) 4 126 23 253 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA . . 66 (Z) 4 126 23 253 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . . . . (Z) -
INDIA, PERSIAN GULF# AND RED SEA. 52 3 5 (Z) (Z) (Z) -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. . . 1 3 4 19 (Z) 5

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . . . . ... 190 (Z) 4 124 80 IZ) 84 (Z) 4 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAs
INCLUDING JAPAN. . . . . 80 (Z) 45 (Z) 238 309 (Z) 69 1 166 1


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. . . 1 223 3 374 221 119 383 34 4 310 340

PACIFIC CANADA. . . . . 224 (Z) 45 4 118 374 34 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. . . . 15 2 2 467 340
ATLANTIC CANADA . .. . 984 2 328 216 (Z) 8 1 843 -
MONTREAL. .... . . . (Z)1 5 -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . . .. 139 8 13 8 13 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS.... . ...... 845 2 315 203 (Z) (Z) 1 830


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20 U.S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS AUGUST 1969


Table I-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 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 . . ....... 15 975 568 4 356 37 1 641 99 2 290 259 166 103 -

FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANADIAN . .. . . 15 908 559 4 356 37 1 641 99 2 290 259 156 54 -

CARIBBEAN . . . . .. . 11 415 416 4 212 37 1 152 89 759 48 139 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS . 11 415 416 4 212 37 1 152 89 759 48 139 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . (Z) -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA . 201 19 187 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . . . . . 18 (Z) 8 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. . (Z) -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO . . 18 (Z) 8 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO.. ... . 180 20 60 356 10 22 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE . 97 (Z) 4 -
BALTICv SCANDINAVIA# ICELANDI AND
GREENLAND. . . 10 -- (-Z
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE . .. 490 25 84 30 (Z) 33 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM . . 410 25 84 30 (Z) 33 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION . 80 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. . (Z) (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE, .. . ..... -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC *. 47 (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL ....... . . (Z) -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. . . 47 -
PORTUGAL. . . . . . (Z) (Z) -
AZORES# MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. .. . . .... . 1 854 (Z) 67

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. . . 208 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. . -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 208 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA . . . 33 -
AUSTRALASIA . . . . . (Z) (Z)
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA . . (Z) (Z)
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . . . . -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF AND RED SEA. 1 322 98 674 211 7 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. . . 13 4 626 9 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .. . . . 19 9 10 (Z) -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAt
INCLUDING JAPAN. . . . . 1 25 () -

CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. . 68 8 10 49

PACIFIC CANADA. . .- 10 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA .. ..... 8 8 6
ATLANTIC CANADA . ..... . 60 42
MONTREAL. .......... 42
NEWFOUNDLAND. . .... . 60 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . . .- -. .-











SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

SHIPMtN'l S OF GRAINS ON TANKER VESSELS

In compiling the U.S. waterborne foreign trade- statistics, merchandise imported or exported
on dry cargo (liner and itrregular service) vessels and tanker vessels is shown separately. This
distinction between dry cargo and tanker shipments is based solely on the type of vessel us,.J
without regard to the cargo carried.

Although tanker vessels are those primarily designed for the carriage of liquid cargo in bulk,
an examination of the U.S. waterborne foreign trade statistics revealed that a number of tanker
vessels are departing from the United States with shipments of grain, which is usually carried
on dry cargo vessels. Information on the amount of grain exported on tanker vessels by port
of lading during calendar year 1968 is shown in the table below. Monthly totals and port of
lading by country of destination detail will be made available upon request to the Foreign Trade
Division, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233.

DOLLAR VALUE AND SHIPPING WEIGHT OF GRAINS EXPORTED ON TANKER VESSELS, BY
U.S. PORT OF LADING: JANUARY TO DECEMBER 1968

-'al.u ,e Thippi weight
U.S. port .'-f lading (dollar) (.
(dollars) (-:.ur...)

T.-al........................................... 162,600,487 5,918,104,071

New York, N.Y.......................................... 920 2,361
Albany, N.Y........................................... 2,505,944 93,152,000
Philadelphia, Pa....................................... 1,541,441 62,449, 3?
Norfolk, Va............................................ 3,191,869 130,909,850
Mobile, Ala............................................ 984,692 40,886,930
F'a.,ag.:ila, Miss ....................................... 2,118,903 82,948,970
Ilew Orleans, La........................................ 9,661,242 339,682,601
Baton Rouge, La........................................ 6,012,053 240,800,590

Destrehan, La......................................... 11,959,684 428,982,800
Avondale, La........................................... 4,355,666 52,926,637
St. Rose, La........................................... 15,086 112,420
Beaumont, Tex .......................................... 11,571,910 426,359,658
Galveston, :.. ............................... ..... .... ....... 7,268,797 256,593,748
Corpus Christi, Tex..................................... 2,892,911 110,890,400
Brownsville, T-::.......... ..... ..... ........ ....... 499,531 6,685,878
Stockton, Calif........................................ 1,361,280 53,760,000

Sacramento, Calif................................................ 217,816 8,512,000
Portlan i ,, Oreg.................... .................... 6,647,676 248, 2:4,196
Longview, Wash............................................ 3,227,187 122,976,000
Kalama, Wash ............................................. 8,959,256 338,912,0l l'
Seattle, Wash......................... ................. 2,859,231 106,108,-*i,)
Tacoma, Wash.......... ................................... 2,759,376 103,154,960
Duluth, Minn........................................... 828,367 26,342,400
Chicago, Ill........................................... 123,032 4,732,000
Houston, .i ..... ..... ..... ...... ...................... 71,036,617 2,632,018,092
































































































































































































































































































































5






THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC GOAL
Sustained maximum growth in a free
market economy, without inflation,
under conditions of full employment
and equal opportunity



THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
The historic mission of the Department
is "to foster, promote and develop the
foreign and domestic commerce" of the
United States. This has evolved, as a
result of legislative and administrative
additions, to encompass broadly the re-
sponsibility to foster, serve and promote
the nation's economic development and
technological advancement. The Depart-
ment seeks to fulfill this mission through
these activities:


MISSION AND

FUNCTIONS

OF THE

DEPARTMENT OF

COMMERCE

"to foster, serve and
promote the nation's
economic development
and technological
advancement"


" :7, .

~' ,,


*-V. -;


Participating with
other government
agencies in the
creation of national
policy, through the
President's Cabinet
and its subdivisions.

*Cabinet Committee
on Economic Policy


Promoting progressive
business policies and
growth.

* Business and
Defense Services
Administration

* Office of Field
Services


*Urban Affairs
Council

*Environmental
Quality Council


Assisting states,
communities and
individuals toward
economic progress.

* Economic
Development
Administration

* Regional Planning
Commissions

* Office of Minority
Business Enterprise


NOTE: This schematic is neither an organization chart nor a
program outline for budget purposes. It is a general statement
of the Department's mission in relation to the national goal
of economic development.


Strengthening
the international
economic position
of the United
States.

* Bureau of
International
Commerce

* Office of Foreign
Commercial
Services

* Office of Foreign
Direct Investments


* United States
Travel Service

* Maritime
Administration


Assuring effective
use and growth of the
nation's scientific
and technical
resources.

* Environmental
Science Services
Administration

* Patent Office

* National Bureau of
Standards


Acquiring, analyzing
and disseminating
information concern-
ing the nation and
the economy to help
achieve increased
social and economic
benefit.

* Bureau of
the Census
*Office of Business
Economics


* Office of
Telecommunications

* Office of State
Technical Services


JULY 1969






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