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U.S. waterborne foreign trade
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United States waterborne foreign trade
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U.S. waterborne foreign trade
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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


FT 985


FOR RELEASE
February 8, 1971


TRADE AREA, COASTAL DISTRICT, CUSTOMS DISTRICT, PORT OF LADING
OR UNLADING, AND TYPE OF SERVICE: NOVEMBER 1970


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-l 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.

Effective September 1970, sampling procedures have
been reinstituted for estimating data on shipments valued
$251-$499 to countries other than Canada. (Data for
such shipments were fully compiled during January-
August 1970, but sampling procedures were in effect
for these shipments during October-December 1969
and for shipments valued $100-$499 prior to October
1969.) Therefore, effective September 1970, the sta-
tistics on waterborne exports of domestic and foreign
merchandise and non-Department of Defense shipments


of Special Category commodities to countries other
than Canada reflect fully compiled data for shipments
valued $500 and over combined with estimated data
for shipments valued $251-$499, based on a 50-percent
probability sample of such shipments. For exports to
Canada there has been no change in compilingprocedures
and the statistics continue to reflect fully compiled
data for shipments valued $2,000 and over combined
with estimated data for shipments valued $251-$1,999,
based on a 10-percent probability sample of such
shipments. Data on shipments valued under $251 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-l 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 appears
in the January 1970 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.


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Imports

(..-rrkral Irlnpir r are the total utentriesfor Imninedijte
S,.!;-urIjl iiI and entries into customs bonded storage and
rTi iluf. t.l uriln warehouse In Jdditiur to the exclusions
mentioned prviu.s-, vessel impirt figures exclude
American gilid%- returned by. military furLesfortheir
own use and imports .rrivlng on vessels owned and
operated by 'the liepartrient of J k-fnse The statistics
prese.nted In this report also exclude data on shipments
valued under 52'~1 rrprtred on both formal and in-
frirnil entries n, rinorrn.il entries generally contain
item valued not more than r2't1)

The value shown in the import statistics is defined
6e:-:i-r.illv as the market value in the foreign country
and the rL'fure excludesU.S. import duties, freight charges
iT naTI the 'forviin ourirl r to the United statess and
insurance \r, lue inforrmatiun is required to be reported
on irinport entries in accordance with Sections 402 and
-1-2.j of the I artif Actof l II. asamended. Vessel import
,hiplincnti1 are relied to the customs district and port
at which the rnerLhandJie was unladen, not necessarily
the i.t-triti or pxrt at whichthe merchandisewas entered
into warehouse or entered for immediate consumption

Types of Vessel Service

l ner service is that type of service offered by a
re'Iular line operator ofvesselsonberth. Ithe itineraries
and sailinpi schedules of vessels in liner service are
predetermined and fixed Irregulir (or tramp' service
is that rype of service afforded by vessels, other than
tanker vessels, that are chartered or otherwise hired for
the ,.irriace of goo(xi on .pectalvoyages. Vessels in this
itype f service are not on berth and their sailing
schedules are not predetermined or fixed Tanker vessels
are prlmaril dJcignred fnr the carriage of liquid cargoes
in bulk All others are clasIsiied a.ldry cargo vessels.

Foreign Trade Areas

The ire-tien trade areas shown in this report are
d.e.fint.. in .Cht'hdult' ( i.lt, l. s it'r jtiaor anJd I kifinitions
,r irri..irn Trade Areas (ic topics .I.-.ilablc fronm the Pureau
of the I .i'u I' psrts hb vessel are credited to the
''*ru ic trade area in which the merchandisewasunladen,
iii:i;rr- ar credited to the trade areas in which the
'm..r., .it.li-e was laden The countries ,if destination or
*ri.'. of merchandise are not necessarily located within
the trade areas to which the mrchandise is shipped or
t **in which it is received,

U.S. Coastal Districts

1'." U costal districts are .Ih ilt- as Itilio' .

a, North Atlantic--l I'li. ports .i!, S i the eastern
aVIard fron the northern I~u:i.1.ir of Maine to
the southern tt,.!.,r\ of \ iryl'il.i

b ..,*i". Atlanthic--lneudes ''r'- ,11.,) the eastern
board "'i the northern ho iiir\ i' North
( i :It., l to. but noa t i !ij.it r West. 1 1.
A)80 inc ud d are .l:: i-,rt- In I'u rt, I 1. m


c. (jul- Ini ludes all ports along the Gulf of exico
from Key kemi. I la to Brownsville Tex in-
clusive

d Suuth I'j.Lt i--IIncludes all parts in the States of
( alifurnia and liawall


e, 'orth Pacific--Includes jll ports in the tares o
Oregon. Washington and Alaska


f. Great I akes--Includes all portsborderinguponthe
Great Lakes and their connecting waterways as
well as all ports in the Strae jf\ew York on the ST
1 awrence 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 sown
in tables E-I 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
at one .'. S port, shipped through the nired States under
customs bond. and leaving te 'nited 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 L'.S. Foreign Trade Zone to a foreign
country ,such merchandise is deposited in the Foreign
Trade Zone without being entered as an import I


\ny 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 tares by vessel ad
leaving b some other method of transportation is in-
cluded in the inbound data only. n the other hand.
merch.indise arriving b\y her tn waterborne trans-
portation and laden aboard easelss upon departure is
included only in the outbound statistics. The inbound and
outbound segments. therefore do no counter- balance one
another and are complementary only insofar as they
involve merchandise carried b\ vessls to and from the
United States-

'\ rnhl. I sed in the Tables of This Pcporr:

Pt present zero

B I'Prcent not shown when ba is less than half
of the unit of measurement shon.

Z less than h.ilf of the unit of meauremn shown;
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Table E-1. Customs District and Port of Lading 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)

Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Dept. of
Customs district and port Total- Domes s Domestic
Grand total domestic. Domesticic, Domestic D Domestic Domestic
Total foreign, and In-transit Ca t and and and fr and o
and foreigof Defense in-transit ei -transit eign n-transit foreign
n-transit controlled
cargo

TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS:
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1969 33 408 30 522 30 475 30 390 85 47 2 886 2 883 1 602 1 576 84 84
NOVEMBER 1969 ......... 40 377 37 270 37 215 37 133 81 55 3 107 3 099 1 889 1 862 91 91
OCTOBER 1970 47 659 44 188 44 142 44 020 122 46 3 471 3 469 2 215 2 183 100 100
NOVEMBER 1970 ...... 40 316 37 737 37 681 37 494 187 56 2 579 2 575 2 023 1 989 68 68


NORTH ATLANTIC. TOTAL. 10 418 10 263 10 245 10 205 41 18 154 151 861 840 7 6

PORTLAND, MAINE. ....... 9 9 9 1 1 -
PORTLAND. MAINE. -- -
BANGOR6 MAINE. . --
EASTPORT. MAINE. ... (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) I Z) (
BATH, MAINE. .
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. -
CALAIS# MAINE. .. ... 2 2 2 (Z -
ROCKLAND. MAINE. : : -
JONESPORTt MAINE -
PORTSMOUTH# N.H. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) Z -
BELFAST. MAINE 1 1 1 1 (Z Z) -
SEARSPORT, MAINE 5 5 5 5 ( Z)

BOSTON, MASS.. . 24 24 24 24 (Z) (Z) 9 9
BOSTON, MASS.. 20 20 20 20 Z) (Z) 9 9
GLOUCESTER. MASS.. 3 3 3 3 (Z) (
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. .. 1 1 1 1 Z (Z) (Z)
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. -
FALL RIVER. MASS.. .
SALEM. MASS. *
PROVINCETOWN, MASS.. -
PROVIDENCE, R.I. .. 28 28 28 28 3 3 -
NEWPORT, R.I.. -
PROVIDENCE, R.I. 28 28 28 28 3 3 -
MELLVILLE, R.I.... .

BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. 32 32 32 32 (Z) Z)
BRIDGEPORTv CONN.. ... 1 1 1 1 -(Z) (Z
HARTFORD. CONN.. --
NEW HAVENt CONN. 31 31 31 31 (Z )
NEW LONDON. CONN.. .

NEW YORK, N.Y. . 1 328 1 297 1 286 1 255 31 11 31 27 528 509 4 3
NEW YORK, N.Y. 1 212 1 181 1 170 1 139 31 11 31 27 525 506 4 3
ALBANY, N.Y. .. 116 116 116 116 3 3

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. 752 671 671 666 5 1 80 80 48 46 2 2
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. .... 618 574 573 570 3 1 44 44 44 43 1 1
CHESTER. PA. 7 7 7 7 2 2 -
WILMINGTON. DEL. 43 43 43 43 -
PAULSBORO. N.J.. 21 13 13 13 1 1 (Z (Z)
CAMDEN, N.J. 34 34 34 33 1 1 1 -
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J.. -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. 28 1 1 1 27 27 (Z) (Z) 1 1

BALTIMORE# MD. : 1 181 1 160 1 154 1 150 4 6 21 21 88 87 (Z) (Z)
ANNAPOLIS, MD. -
CAMBRIDGE, MD. . -
BALTIMORE, MD. ......... 1 181 1 160 1 154 1 150 4 6 21 21 88 87 (Z) (Z)
CRISFIELDO MD. -
NORFOLK, VA. 7 064 7 041 7 041 7 041 (Z) (Z) 22 22 185 185 (Z) (Z)
NORFOLK, VA. 5 009 4 986 4 986 4 986 (Z) (Z) 22 22 131 131 (Z) (Z)
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. 2 000 2 000 2 000 2 000 (Z) (Z) 53 53 -
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG, VA. 55 55 55 55 (Z) (Z) -
CAPE CHARLES CITY. VA .. .. -
REEDVILLE. VA. .
HOPEWELLi VA.. .

WASHINGTONt D.C. ... 1 1 1 (Z) (Z (Z)
WASHINGTON. D.C. -
ALEXANDRIA, VA.. ... ... 1 1 1 1 (Z) (Z (Z)

SOUTH ATLANTICt TOTAL. 1 016 955 950 942 8 5 61 61 115 111 2 2

WILMINGTON. N.C. 101 101 97 97 5 28 28
WILMINGTON, N.C. 18 18 13 13 5 -
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. -- -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 8 84 84 84 84 26 26 -

CHARLESTON, S.C. 11 141 11 141 141 Z (Z ) 13 12 -
CHARLESTON, S.C. 139 139 139 138 (Z) (Z) 12 12 -
GEORGETOWN, S.C. 2 2 2 2 (Z (Z) -









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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- ai Demfens Domestic DomesticDfn
Grand total domestic, Domestic ad Spcal Dom esi, tic Dm Domestic fo c Domestic
Total foreign, and In transit C o fan and gand and t g and
Non-Dept. and and and
and foreign ofDefene transit foreign intransit foreign in-transit oregn
intransit controlled
cargo

SOUTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 3 195 2 578 2 572 2 568 3 7 617 617 216 214 6 6

SAN DIEGO. CALIF.. .. 118 118 118 118 (Z) 1 4 4 -

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 1 732 1 346 1 343 1 343 1 2 387 387 88 88 4 4
LOS ANGELES# CALIF.. 658 463 460 460 1 2 195 195 62 62 1 1
PORT SAN LUISt CALIF.. -
LONG BEACH. CALIF: ..... 1 074 882 882 882 (Z) (Z) 192 192 25 25 3 3
EL SEGUNDO CALIF. -
VENTURAt CALIF.. -
PORT HUENEME9 CALIF. ... 1 1 I 1 ZI 1 1
CAPITANi CALIF.. --
MORRO# CALIF..* -

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.. 1 332 1 104 1 100 1 097 3 4 228 228 123 122 1 1
EUREKA. CALIF. . 139 139 139 139 5 5
MONTEREY. CALIF -
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 150 150 149 147 2 1 62 61 -
STOCKTONI CALIF. 295 224 224 224 (Z) 70 70 7 7 (Z) (Z)
OAKLAND. CALIF.. 173 173 171 171 (Z) 2 38 37 -
RICHMOND. CALIF. 92 49 49 49 43 43 4 4 1 1
ALAMEDA# CALIF*.. 18 18 17 17 (Z) (Z) 1 1 4 4 (Z) (Z)
CROCKETT. CALIF. "
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. 106 106 106 106 2 2 -
MARTINEZv CALIF. 23 23 23 (Z) (Z)
REDWOOD CITY. CALIF 60 60 60 60 Z) (Z
SELBY# CALIF ........... *- -"* *
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER. CALIF.: 198 143 143 14 55 55 1 1 (Z (Z
SAN PABLO BAYi CALIF.. 1 1 1 1 (Z) (Z)
CAROUINEZ STRAIT. CALIF. 67 41 40 40 (Z) 26 26 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SUISUN BAY. CALIF. 10 10 10 (Z) (Z)

HONOLULU. HAWAII . 13 10 10 10 (Z 2 22 1 I (Z (Z)
HONOLULUt HAWAII ..... 13 10 10 10 (Z) 2 2 1 1 (Z) (Z)
HILO. HAWAII -
KAHULUI. HAWAII, .-
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN. HAWAII. -

NORTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 4 723 4 482 4 459 4 339 120 22 241 241 133 127 4 4

PORTLAND, OREG.. 2 401 2 320 2 304 2 304 (Z) 15 81 81 67 67 2 2
ASTORIA. OREG. .... ... 202 202 202 202 4 4
NEWPORTD OREG. 4 4 4
COOS BAY. OREG.. 496 496 492 492 4 6 6 -
PORTLAND, OREG....... 728 685 679 679 (Z) 6 43 43 28 28 1 1
LONGVIEW9 WASH.. 468 468 468 468 14 14 -
VANCOUVER. WASH. 263 225 223 223 (Z) 2 38 38 8 8 1 1
KALAMA. WASH.. .. 240 240 240 240 6 6 -

SEATTLE. WASH. . 1 791 1 759 1 752 1 733 19 7 32 32 53 53 1 1
SEATTLE. WASH. 209 177 177 176 1 (Z) 32 32 15 15 1 1
TACOMA, WASH*. .... 576 576 573 555 18 2 20 20 -
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM. WASH.. 263 263 263 263 5 5 -
BLAINE. WASH .. (Z) () (Z) (Z) ( -
BELLINGHAM. WASH.. 12 12 12 12 3 3
EVERETT. WASH. . 192 192 189 189 3 3 3
PORT ANGELES. WASH. ..... 185 185 183 183 2 4 4
PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. -
ANACORTES. WASH. 23 23 23 23 1 1
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH. 135 135 135 135 (Z) (Z)
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND. WASH.. 50 50 50 50 1 -
OLYMPIA# WASH. . 148 148 148 148 2 2
NEAH BAY# WASH .. -

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. .. 530 403 403 302 101 128 128 12 7 1 1
JUNEAU. ALASKA -
KETCHIKANt ALASKA. 15 15 15 15 1 1 -
SKAGWAY, ALASKA. 222 217 217 115 101 5 5 6 1 (Z) (Z
WRANGELL, ALASKA 55 55 55 55 1 1
FAIRBANKS. ALASKA. -
PETERSBURG, ALASKA ... (Z) (Z (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z
SITKAs ALASKA. .. 33 33 33 33 3 3
PELICAN. ALASKA. .... -
SAND POINT. ALASKA .- -
ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. .. 206 83 83 83 122 122 1 1 1 1
KODIAK, ALASKA .


GREAT LAKES. TOTAL 8 769 8 683 8 682 8 682 (Z) (Z) 86 86 198 198 3 3

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

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data show represent domestic and foreign merchandise E.~rijr sh;i.T.eni, f 3S.i jl Cilepory commodities are excluded from these data. See tables E-3, E-4, and E-5 for
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All services Liner Irregular Tanker
Trade area
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GRAND TOTAL 40 069 2 335 5.8 6 183 1 412 22.8 31 311 812 2.6 2 575 111 4.3

FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 32 685 2 094 6.4 6 137 1 409 23.0 24 144 615 2.5 2 404 70 2.9

CARIBBEAN . 1 539 115 7.5 467 68 14.6 621 47 7.6 451 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 16 6 37.5 14 6 42.9 2 -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 1 523 108 7.1 453 62 13.7 619 47 7.6 451 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA I 408 77 5.5 300 71 23.7 961 7 .7 147 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 372 66 17.7 204 66 32.4 167 (Z) -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 109 13 11.9 60 13 21.7 45 4 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 12 2 16.7 9 2 22.2 4 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO. .. 96 11 11.5 51 11 21.6 45 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. ... 208 4 1.9 51 131 25 4 16.0
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE ..... 1 276 47 3.7 339 38 11.2 790 9 1.1 147 -
BALTIC* SCANDINAVIA# ICELAND. AND
GREENLAND. . 721 3 .4 119 3 2.5 553 50 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 7 490 106 1.4 1 036 106 10.2 5 759 tZ) (B) 694 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM .. 4 409 54 1.2 625 54 8.6 3 287 (Z) (B) 497 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 794 15 1.9 98 15 15.3 653 43 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 2 245 36 1.6 311 36 11.6 1 779 154
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . 42 1 2.4 2 1 50.0 40 -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 878 4 .5 49 4 8.2 818 12 -
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PORTUGAL . 588 2 .3 30 2 6.7 548 9 -
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PORTUGAL. . 244 11 231 2 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE .- -
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MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 182 5 2.7 17 5 29.4 164 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 277 32 11.6 141 32 22.7 136 (Z) (B) -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 166 56 33.7 114 56 49.1 42 9 -
AUSTRALASIA . ... 194 36 18.6 164 36 22.0 28 3 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 189 36 19.0 159 36 22.6 28 3 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS . ... 5 (Z) (B) 5 (Z) (B) (Z) -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF9 AND RED SEA. 1 414 570 40.3 410 190 46.3 885 315 35.6 120 65 54.2
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 341 143 41.9 249 116 46.6 90 28 31.1 2 (Z) (B)

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INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
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FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. 11 961 223 1.9 1 303 223 17.1 10 047 (Z) (B) 611


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 7 384 241 3.3 45 3 6.7 7 167 196 2.7 171 42 24.6

PACIFIC CANADA. .... 287 60 20.9 15 3 20.0 226 36 15.9 45 20 44.4
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 5 024 146 2.9 1 4 973 124 2.5 50 21 42.0
ATLANTIC CANADA .. 2 073 35 1.7 29 1 968 35 1.8 76 -
MONTREAL. . 238 8 230
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US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


NOVEMBER 1970


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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 of Special Category commodities are excluded from these data. See table E-2 for total cargo
carried in irregular service. Totals represent sum of unrounded figures, hence may vary slightly from sum of rounded amounts)


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TOTAL .. 151 27 61 1 420 9 617 20 241 13 86 12


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT 26 4
CANADIAN 146 22 40 348 4 577 236 43 58

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US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


NOVEMBER 1970


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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)


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US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


NOVEMBER 1970


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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 prt Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Grand total Total, G Grand total Total. General Total, G
Total import In-transit including imports including imports imports
l imports in-transit imports transit -transit

TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1969 ..... 51 463 21 735 21 678 57 29 728 26 180 1 843 1 625 1 610 218 185
NOVEMBER 1969 47 654 21 561 21 447 114 26 093 22 439 1 798 1 610 1 573 188 154
OCTOBER 1970 ..... 55 237 24 419 24 320 99 30 818 26 084 2 280 2 042 2 016 238 194
NOVEMBER 1970 ... 49 329 22 926 22 894 32 26 403 23 196 2 176 1 978 1 961 198 168


NORTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 26 616 7 682 7 668 14 18 934 15 727 1 096 960 951 136 106

PORTLAND, MAINE. . 3 732 67 67 3 664 460 34 1 1 33 4
PORTLAND, MAINE. .. .. 3 346 (Z) (Z) 3 346 141 31 (Z) (Z) 31 1
BANGORV MAINE. . .
EASTPORT. MAINE. ... 9 9 9 Z) (Z) IZ)
BATH, MAINE. .
BAR HARBOR. MAINE.. .
CALAISi MAINE. . .
ROCKLAND, MAINE. -
JONESPORT, MAINE . -
PORTSMOUTHt N.H . 181 40 40 141 141 2 1 1 1 1
BELFAST# MAINE . 108 108 108 1 1 1
SEARSPORT. MAINE . 88 18 18 69 69 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1

BOSTON* MASS.. . 1 804 278 278 (Z) 1 525 1 525 61 52 52 9 9
BOSTON. MASS.. . .. 1 124 241 241 (Z) 883 883 49 44 44 6 6
GLOUCESTER, MASS.. .. .32 32 32 7 7 7
NEW BEDFORD. MASS . 217 5 5 212 212 2 1 1 1 1
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. ... 34 34 34 (Z) (Z) (Z)
FALL RIVER, MASS.. ......... 253 (Z) (Z) 253 253 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
SALEM, MASS. . 144 144 144 1 1 1
PROVINCETOWNs MASS.. .

PROVIDENCE, R.I. .... 723 35 35 688 688 6 1 1 5 5
NEWPORT. R.I... .. 76 76 76 1 1 1
PROVIDENCE, R.I .. 528 23 23 505 505 4 1 1 3 3
MELLVILLE# R.I.. .. 119 1 12 2 107 107 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1

BRIDGEPORT. CONN.. .... .... 1 008 63 63 945 945 10 4 4 6 6
BRIDGEPORT. CONN.. ..... .. 301 26 26 275 275 2 (Z) (Z) 2 2
HARTFORD. CONN.. .- -
NEW HAVEN, CONN . 395 30 30 365 365 5 3 3 2 2
NEW LONDONt CONN.. .. 312 7 7 304 304 3 1 1 2 2

NEW YORK, N.Y. . 8 650 2 058 2 046 12 6 592 6 589 691 646 637 46 45
NEW YORK. N.Y. . 7 998 2 038 2 026 12 5 959 5 957 687 645 636 42 42
ALBANY N.Y. ...... 653 20 20 632 632 5 1 1 4 4

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. . 6 563 2 816 2 815 1 3 747 3 747 126 100 100 26 26
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. ... 3 767 2 475 2 474 1 1 292 1 292 94 86 86 8 8
CHESTER, PA. -
WILMINGTONo DEL. ... 652 155 155 497 497 10 6 6 5 5
PAULSBOROv N.J. ... ... ... 820 10 10 810 810 6 (Z) (Z) 5 5
CAMDEN. N.J. .... .. 466 175 175 (Z) 291 291 10 8 8 2 2
GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J.. -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. . 858 1 1 857 857 6 (Z) (Z) 6 6

BALTIMORE. MD. . 3 045 1 978 1 978 (Z) 1 067 1 067 114 107 107 7 7
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CAMBRIDGE. MD. ... .5 5 5 1 1 1 -
BALTIMORE. MD. . 3 041 1 973 1 973 (Z) 1 067 1 067 113 106 106 7 7
CRISFIELD, MD. . -

NORFOLK. VA. . 1 064 359 359 706 706 51 46 46 5 5
NORFOLK, VA. . 850 318 318 532 532 47 44 44 3 3
NEWPORT NEWSr VA.. . 182 32 32 149 149 3 2 2 1 1
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG, VA. 9 9 9 IZ) (Z) Z) -
CAPE CHARLES CITY, VA. (Z) (Z) (Z () (Z) (Z -
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HOPEWELL, VA.. . 25 25 25 (Z) (Z) (Z)

WASHINGTON. D.C. .. .27 27 27 2 2 2
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SOUTH ATLANTIC. TOTAL. 4 702 1 222 1 217 5 3 480 3 480 164 139 137 25 25

WILMINGTON, N.C. ...... 382 164 164 218 218 12 10 10 1 1
WILMINGTON. N.C. . 342 156 156 185 185 11 10 10 1 1
ELIZABETH CITY. N.C. .. -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 40 7 7 33 33 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

CHARLESTON, S.C. . 423 150 150 273 273 21 20 20 2 2
CHARLESTON, S.C. . 373 147 147 227 227 21 20 20 1 1
GEORGETOWN. S.C. .. 50 3 3 47 47 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)









U. S WATERBORNE IMPORTS


NOVEMBER 1970


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

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SOUTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 3 385 1 259 1 254 6 2 126 2 126 348 329 325 19 19

SAN DIEGO. CALIF.. .. 25 25 24 1 4 4 3

LOS ANGELESt CALIF.. . 1 984 855 853 2 1 129 1 129 215 207 206 9 9
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 856 398 396 1 458 458 153 148 148 4 4
PORT SAN LUIS, CALIF.. 3.3 3 3-
LONG BEACH. CALIF. 1 104 44 54 54 (2) 650 650 60 56 55 4 4
EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. 20 20 20 (Z) ( (Z
VENTURAt CALIF.. . -
PORT HUENEME. CALIF... ( Z) (2) Z (Z) (Z (Z
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MORRO. CALIF.. *

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF.. . 961 293 290 3 668 668 115 108 106 6 6
EUREKA9 CALIF. : :
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. ........ 271 126 125 2 145 145 60 59 58 1 1
STOCKTONt CALIF. 1 1 1 1 1 1
OAKLAND. CALIF.* 71 71 70 1 28 28 27 -
RICHMOND. CALIF. 145 6 6 139 139 8 6 6 2 2
ALAMEDAi CALIF..... . 49 45 45 5 5 11 11 11 1 1
CROCKETT. CALIF. .- -
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. . (Z) (Z) (Z)
MARTINEZ. CALIF. ... 100 100 100 1 1 1
REDWOOD CITY. CALIF. . ..-
SELBY. CALIF .. . .
SAN JOAQUIN RIVERt CALIF.. 37 37 37 (Z) () ( -
SAN PABLO BAY* CALIF .. 35 35 35 (Z) (Z (Z)
CARQUINEZ STRAIT. CALIF. 250 7 7 244 244 6 4 4 2 2
SUISUN BAYt CALIF. .- -

HONOLULU, HAWAII . 415 86 86 (2) 329 329 14 10 10 4 4
HONOLULU. HAWAII . 399 70 70 (Z) 329 329 13 10 10 4 4
HILO. HAWAII .. ... 11 11 11 (Z) (Z) (Z
KAHULUIS HAWAII. 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) (Z)
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN. HAWAII. 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) (2) -


NORTH PACIFICt TOTAL 1 401 1 299 1 294 5 102 102 112 110 109 1 1

PORTLAND, OREG*. . 428 421 421 (Z) 7 7 26 26 26 (Z) (Z)
ASTORIAR OREG. 3 3 3 (Z) (Z) (Z)
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PORTLAND, OREG.. 256 250 250 (Z) 5 5 15 15 15 (Z) (Z)
LONGVIEW. WASH*. . 99 97 97 2 2 8 7 7 (Z) (Z)
VANCOUVER. WASH. 70 70 69 (Z) 3 3 3
KALAMA, WASH.. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)

SEATTLE, WASH. . 870 827 822 5 43 43 83 82 81 1 1
SEATTLE. WASH. 292 254 249 5 38 38 59 58 57 1 1
TACOMA. WASH.. . 322 317 317 (Z) 5 5 22 22 22 (Z) (Z)
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAMt WASH.. .. 4 4 4 (Z) (Z) (Z)
BLAINEI WASH.. . -
BELLINGHAM. WASH.. .. 107 107 107 -
EVERETT. WASH. . 94 94 94 -- 1 1
PORT ANGELESt WASH.. . 3 3 3 (- IZ) Z) (Z
PORT TOWNSENDI WASH. 47 47 47 -(Z) (Z) (Z)
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FRIDAY HARBOR. WASH. -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMONDs WASH.. --
OLYMPIA. WASH. . -
NEAH BAY, WASH.. . .- -

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 103 52 52 52 52 3 2 2 (Z) (Z)
JUNEAUt ALASKA -
KETCHIKAN. ALASKA. . 14 14 14 (Z) Z) (Z
SKAGWAY, ALASKA. .. . 3 (Z) (Z) 3 3 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
WRANGELL, ALASKA . (Z ( () (Z- (Z) Z)
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA. . -
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ANCHORAGE. ALASKA. . 86 37 37 48 48 2 2 2 (Z) (Z)
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Table I-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

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GRAND TOTAL 46 090 3 134 6.8 4 266 920 21.6 18 628 633 3.4 23 196 1 581 6.8


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS, EXCEPT
CANADIAN ..... 37 858 2 519 6.7 4 196 897 21.4 10 820 121 1.1 22 842 1 501 6.6

CARIBBEAN .. . 22 863 1 122 4.9 108 24 22.2 4 786 112 2.3 17 968 986 5.5
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ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 22 862 1 122 4.9 108 24 22.2 4 786 112 2.3 17 968 986 5.5
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 959 45 4.7 175 45 25.7 671 113
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 897 69 7.7 164 69 42.1 723 11 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO .. . 390 5 1.3 36 1 2.8 339 3 .9 15 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. 1 1 100.0 1 1 100.0 -
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AMERICA AND MEXICO 388 3 .8 35 (Z) (B) 339 3 .9 15 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. ...... 775 31 4.0 30 (Z) (B) 29 716 30 4.2
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 572 83 14.5 293 83 28.3 235 (Z) (B) 44 -
BALTICI SCANDINAVIA# ICELAND# AND
GREENLAND. . 440 7 1.6 213 7 3.3 227 (Z) (B) () -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 2 565 186 7.3 982 140 14.3 1 238 4 .3 344 41 11.9
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 1 896 86 4.5 564 40 7.1 1 025 4 .4 307 41 13.4
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 241 20 8.3 86 20 23.3 118 37 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 428 80 18.7 332 80 24.1 95 (Z) (B) (Z) (Z) (B)
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PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 540 20 3.7 56 20 35.7 54 430 -
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PORTUGAL. .. .... 28 3 10.7 24 3 12.5 3 (Z) -
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WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 452 25 5.5 88 25 28.4 270 94 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 10 10 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 442 25 5.7 78 25 32.1 270 94 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA .. 300 54 18.0 105 54 51.4 67 129
AUSTRALASIA . ... 631 21 3.3 108 21 19.4 522 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 631 21 3.3 108 21 19.4 522 -
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MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 866 174 20.1 126 22 17.5 13 727 152 20.9

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CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 8 232 615 7.5 69 22 31.9 7 808 512 6.6 354 81 22.9
PACIFIC CANADA. . 1 271 132 10.4 47 18 38.3 1 143 41 3.6 81 73 90.1
GREAT LAKES CANADA. .. 1 518 315 20.8 4 4 100.0 1 425 302 21.2 89 8 9.0
ATLANTIC CANADA . 5 442 169 3.1 18 (Z) (B) 5 240 169 3.2 184
MONTREAL. . 98 13 13.3 (Z) (Z) (B) 33 13 39.4 65 -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 73 (Z) 72 -
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Table I-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

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CARIBBEAN .... 1 334 49 318 3 3 013 60 121 -
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WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 516 5 175 27 -
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UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 62 4 49 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) 118
BALTICr SCANDINAVIAt ICELAND' AND
GREENLAND. . 121 79 11 6 1 (Z) 10 -
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NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 77 71 (Z) 94 29 1 (Z) 752 4
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION (Z) 1 78 2 (Z) 37
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 9 (Z) 10 29 (Z) 18 (Z) 29 (Z)
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MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 226 9 32 3 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 14 1 51- -
AUSTRALASIA ..... 155 46 200 9 113 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 155 46 200 9 113 -
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PACIFIC CANADA. . 317 33 98 11 677 30 18 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. ........ 1 424 302
ATLANTIC CANADA ... 2 130 63 117 267 67 1 2 726 40
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