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U.S. foreign trade
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United States foreign trade
Trade area, district, port, type service, and U.S. flag (1970)
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Waterborne exports and general imports
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Jan. 1971-Sept. 1973.
General Note:
"FT 985."
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U.S. FOREIGN TRADE


WATERBORNE EXPORTS


and GENERAL IMPORTS

MARCH 1971


Trade Area, District, Port, Type Service,

and U.S. Flag


This report presents information on the segment of
U.S. foreign trade that is exported or imported by vessel.
Data have been compiled from Shipper's Export Declara-
tions (Commerce Form 7525-V) and import entries during
the regular processing of statistical data on foreign trade
shipments and reflect the physical movement of water-
borne foreign trade shipments into and out of the U.S.
Customs area (includes the 50 States, the District of
Columbia, and Puerto Rico), with certain exceptions as
indicated. Both export and import statistics exclude data
on shipments between the United States and Puerto Rico,
between the United States and its possessions (including
the Virgin Islands), and between U.S. possessions and
foreign countries. They also exclude shipments made by
mail or parcel post (including such shipments trans-
ported by vessel), exports and imports of vessels
moving under their own power or afloat, shipments of
household goods or personal effects belonging to
travelers, and other transactions that are not considered
exports or imports for statistical purposes (such as
temporary exports or imports). Data on merchandise
shipped in transit through the United States are included
in tables E-1 and 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.
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 compiling procedures
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-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-1, 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.
Since the commodities currently under security re-
strictions 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. A list of the Special Category commodities may
be obtained from the Bureau of the Census.


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Imports

(.,enral impurti. are the total of entries for iiiniediatt-
,oni]upIl iupn and entries into customs bound-d burage jaid
majufla, uriiin warehouses i JJdiT to the exclusions
mentioned previously. vessel import figures exclude
American gLxtJ.b returned byt'U militajrN foruLe fur their
own use and imports arriving on vessels owned and
uper.areJ b\ the I kpajrnL-rtit of I efenris I he statistics
presented in this repuri also exclude data on shipments
valued under $251 reported on both formal and in-
formal entries (Inforrnml entries generally contain
items valued not more than .$2S'1 )

j he value shown in the implxrt statistics is define-d
gener.,lly as the market value in the foreign country,
and the refure excludes U. '. import duties, freight charges i
from the foreign country to the United ratess and
insurance Value infurnmaon is required to be reported
on import entries in accordance with ",ecotons 4(12 and
402a of the Tariff Actof 1l i. asamended. Vessel import
shipments are credited to the customs district and port
at which the merchandise was unladen, not necessartl
the district or port at which the me r. lha ndise was ente-red
into warehouse or entered for immediate consumption

Types of Vessel Service

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

Foreign Trade Areas

I he foreign trade areas shown in this report are
defined in Schedule '. ( lassitif.,tion and I'cftinitions
of I foreign Trade Areas L'opic.-available from the Pu re.u
of the fenusi lIxports. by vessel are credited to the
foreign trade area in which the nierchandisewasunladen.
imports are credited to the trade areas in which the
me..-r handise was laden The countries of destination or
origin of merchandise are not necessarily located within
the trade areas to which the merchandise is shippedor
from which it is received

U.S. Coastal Districts

The U coastal districts are defined as follos

a North Atlantic--Includes ports long the eastern
seaboard from the northern boundary of Maine to
the southern iu-u'l.ir\ of irgtiti.,

b "'Muh Atlantic--includes ports .alng the eastern
seab ird frTm the northern liuNu-d.ir of North
Carolina to. but not i \luli: Ke .\ Ve.! I 1.1
Also included are all p[ rt-1 in I uerrit, I' 1 o'


C (,ulf-- II. ludJ- all pixrti- along the (.uf of Mexico
from V'-y v eS I la to brw',ii-villr, lex in-
clusive

d "' uth I'ai. iL..--I ilude- all p[ rtr in the Ittejc of
( allforri.j and I lj'all

e North I'-cifit --Includes all ports in the suites of
(Irt-egun %A ahingtour a Ind laia

f Great I ajke--Incllude-h all prirt- bordering upunthe
Great 1 ajes and their LoUrnecring wjaterways as
well as all ports in the 'Tate-uf',i.- York on the St
Lawrence Piv'er


In-Transit Shipments

Information on rnerharidise shipp-d in bond through
the United rates in transit frimr one foreign countryy to
another without having been entered as an import is shown
in tables Er-I and 1-1 1 he waterborne outbound and
inbound in-transit statistics include I foreign mer-
chandi.e transferred from one vessel to another in the
U.S. port of arrival and shipped to a foreign country
without being released from icu tomscustod) inthet united
States, and (2) foreign merchandise arriving by vessel
at one U.S. port shipped through the United rates under
customs bond and leaving the U'nited States by vessel
from a port other than that at which it arrived In
adliii ion the waterborne outbound in-transit statistics
also include ili foreign merchandise withdrawn from a
general order warehouse for immediate export by vessel
or for transportation and export by vessel .uch mer-
chandise was not recorded as an import when it entered
the warehouse), and (2, foreign merchandise shipped via
vessel from a U.S. I foreign Trade /one to a foreign
country (such merchandise is deposited in the I foreign
I rade Zonie without being entered as an import

\ny' inbound or outbound in-transit merchandise
moving bi methods of transportation other than vessel is
excluded from the in-transit statistics Thus. mer-
chandisr arriving at the nilted 'lte- b' vessel and
leJving b% some other method of trJnsport.itin is in-
cluded in the inbound data only in the other hand.
merchandise arriving b\ other than waterborne trans-
portation and laden aboard vessels upoi departure is
included only in the outbound statistics 1 he inbound and
outbound seg rmenitl therefore. do not counter-lancoe
another and are conmpleILmenar only iI'-ofar as they
involve mer, h.ndi.Le carried by vessels to and from the
United .tateS


Smbol- Used in the Tables of IhIl 1. eptpo

'tlpre'-e't zero

B 'eren not shown when base i less than hall
of the unit of measurement ho,,

/ -.- th.n hill' 1 the unit of measurement hown.
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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-- Defense
Grand total domestic, Domestic andSpecal Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic Domestic
Total foreign, and In-transit Category fo gn and frn and forn and
and foreign of Defense in-transit foreign in-transit foreign in-transit
in-transtt controlled

cargo


TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS:
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1970 40 155 36 b84 36 795 36 662 133 53 3 307 3 305 1 964 1 931 102 102
MARCH 1970 .. 35 496 31 bll 31 764 31 561 204 47 3 685 3 681 1 927 1 884 125 124
FEBRUARY 1971. ... 32 303 29 769 29 730 29 474 256 39 2 534 2 532 1 812 1 776 91 91
MARCH 1971 . 34 065 31 346 31 295 31 149 146 51 2 719 2 719 2 065 2 034 95 95


NORTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL* 11 464 11 309 11 293 11 229 64 16 155 155 978 956 9 9

PORTLAND, MAINE. . 7 7 7 7 (Z) (Z) 1 1 (Z) (Z)
PORTLAND, MAINE. 2 2 2 2 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z (Z) Z)
BANGOR, MAINE . -
EASTPORT, MAINE. (Z) (Z (Z) (Z) ((Z -
BATH, MAINE. -
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. .- -
CALAIS. MAINE. -
ROCKLANDI MAINE. -
JONESPORTt MAINE -
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -
BELFAST. MAINE 5 5 5 5 (Z -
SEARSPORT. MAINE (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z (Z) -

BOSTON, MASS.. 117 115 115 115 (Z) 1Z) 2 2 13 13 (Z) (Z)
BOSTON. MASS.. . 115 112 112 112 (Z) (Z) 2 2 13 13 (Z) (Z)
GLOUCESTER. MASS.. .3 3 3 3 (Z) (Z (Z) -
NEW BEDFORD. MASS. .- -
PLYMOUTH, MASS.. -
FALL RIVER, MASS.. -
SALEM. MASS. -
PROVINCETOWNt MASS... -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. . 38 38 38 38 1 1
NEWPORT. R.I.. .- -
PROVIDENCE, R.I. 38 8 338 38 1 1
MELLVILLE. R.I.. -

BRIDGEPORT. CONN.. 22 22 22 22 1 1
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. -
HARTFORD. CONN.. -
NEW HAVEN. CONN. 22 22 22 22 -
NEW LONDON, CONN.. -

NEW YORK. N.Y. . 997 978 972 933 39 6 19 19 591 575 2 2
NEW YORK, N.Y. . 928 909 902 864 39 6 19 19 589 573 2 2
ALBANY. N.Y. 69 69 69 69 2 2 -

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. 785 680 680 673 7 (Z) 105 105 55 51 3 3
PHILADELPHIA, PA.. 634 613 613 605 7 (Z) 21 21 50 47 1 1
CHESTERI PA. . 13 8 8 8 5 5 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
WILMINGTON, DEL. 5 (Z) (Z) (Z) 5 5 (Z) (Z) 1 1
PAULSBORO, N.J.. 55 18 18 18 37 37 1 1 1 1
CAMDEN. N.J. . 41 41 41 41 3 3 -
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J.. -
MARCUS HOOK, PA.. 37 37 37 1 1

BALTIMORE. MD. . 1 445 1 438 1 430 1 413 17 9 6 6 130 129 (Z) (Z)
ANNAPOLIS. MD. -
CAMBRIDGE. MD. -
BALTIMORE. MD. . 1 445 1 438 1 430 1 413 17 9 6 6 130 129 (Z) (Z)
CRISFIELD, MD. . .- -

NORFOLK, VA. . 8 053 8 030 8 030 8 028 1 1 23 23 186 185 3 3
NORFOLKI VA. . 6 234 6 211 6 211 6 211 (Z) (Z) 23 23 141 140 3 3
NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. 1 758 1 758 1 758 1 756 1 (Z) 41 40 -
RICHMOND-PETERSBURG, VA. 61 61 61 61 5 -
CAPE CHARLES CITY, VA. -
REEDVILLE. VA. .- -
HOPEWELLI VA.. -

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


SOUTH ATLANTIC, TOTAL. 1 169 1 066 1 058 1 047 11 7 103 103 117 115 4 4

WILMINGTON. N.C. . 189 189 182 182 7 25 25 -
WILMINGTONt N.C. 54 54 47 | 47 7 8 8 -
ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. i -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 135 135 135 135 17 17 -

CHARLESTON, S.C. . 230 230 230 229 1 (Z) 16 16 -
CHARLESTON. S.C. 220 220 220 219 1 (Z) 16 15 -
GEORGETOWN. S.C. 10 10 10 10 1 I -








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MIAMI. FLA.** . 79 79 74 (Z. 27 25 -
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GA.P* TOTAL.. 13 844 12 l5< 12 141 12 111 30 13 1 I90 l 6190 *13 *l0 j 7t

TAMPA, FA..A. .1 80. I1 790 I1 790 1 789 (.1 1 7 17 1H 1' I 1
TAMPA FLA...* .. .1 I 702 I 702 1 702 (2) 17 1 13 1| 1 1
BOCAGRAOE, F.LA* 7 I 8 8*7 7 1. 7
ST. PET7ESBuRw* FLA* i -- -

NOBELE ALA. 810 7'8 747 747 12l 1 2 64 Z 32 3 3
MO.E, RAAA. . .' .2 441 .|1 T2. 1 7 l 1 2 Z+ 1 >
S FAPPRT MSS..* I S 1 55 55 55 (2 -- 2 2 -
PAsCA~ouLA, MISS.. 2.. 8 19 199 199 -- *9 4 10 10 2 2
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iANAMA CITY. FLA.. i. 44 1 41 '41 3 4
PENSACO.LA FtAs*. 9 7 7 7 2 2 1 1 7 (1
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N e OR.ANS. A. . I ... m 115 4 910 1 m 4 t 5 5 j 5 297 27 3 3)
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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 Defense
Grand total domestic. Domestic ca Domestic Domestic Domestic, Domestic Domestic
Total foreign, and In-transit I n-Dep and and d andnd
S and foreign of Defense n-transit r in ransid aoe in-transit io ri
In-transit controlled
cargo


SOUTH PACIFIC. TOTAL 3 192 2 548 2 543 2 536 7 6 644 644 225 223 9 9

SAN DIEGO, CALIF.. 47 47 46 46 I 5 5 -

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 1 897 1 450 1 449 1 447 2 1 447 447 93 92 5 5
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 707 441 440 439 1 1 266 266 67 66 3 3
PORT SAN LUISI CALIF. 1 1 ... .
LONG BEACH# CALIF. : 1 190 1 009 1 009 1 008 1 (z) 181 181 26 26 2 2
EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. .. -" -
VENTURA, CALIF.. -- -
PORT HUENEMEt CALIF. .- -
CAPITAN, CALIF.. -
MORRO, CALIF..- *-

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. *. 1 241 1 045 1 041 1 036 5 4 197 197 127 125 4 4
EUREKA, CALIF. . 151 151 151 151 5 5 -
MONTEREY, CALIF. -
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 108 108 107 105 1 1 55 54 -
STOCKTON. CALIF. 95 73 73 73 (Z) 22 22 2 2 1 1
OAKLAND' CALIF.- 268 245 243 242 1 2 23 23 48 48 (Z1 (Z1
RICHMOND, CALIF. 109 71 71 71 38 38 3 3 1 1
ALAMEDA, CALIF.. 27 21 20 18 2 (Z) 7 7 3 3 1 1
CROCKETTt CALIF. -
SACRAMENTO. CALIF. 219 219 219 219 10 10 -
MARTINEZt CALIF. 78 (Z) (Z) I 78 78 Z 1 1 1
REDWOOD CITY. CALIF. 1 1 1 1 (Z (Z -
SELBY, CALIF.. -
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER' CALIF.. 157 157 157 157 1 1 -
SAN PABLO BAY, CALIF.. 20 20 20 (Z) (Z)
CARQUINEZ STRAIT' CALIF. 9 (Z) (Z) 9 9 (Z) (Z)
SUISUN BAYv CALIF. .. .- -

HONOLULU, HAWAII . 7 7 7 7 iZ) (Z) 1 1 -
HONOLULU, HAWAII 7 7 7 7 () (Z) -
HILO, HAWAII . -
KAHuLUI. HAWAII. . -
NAWILILI-PORT ALLENi HAWAII. -


NORTH PACIFIC, TOTAL 4 361 4 234 4 225 4 191 34 9 127 127 127 125 2 2

PORTLAND, OREG. .. .... 2 484 2 459 2 453 2 453 (Z) 6 25 25 63 63 (Z) (Z)
ASTORIA, OREG. . 149 149 149 149 2 2 -
NEWPORT, OREG. . 2 2 2 -
COOS BAY, OREG.. 626 626 623 623 2 7 7
PORTLAND, OREG.. 671 671 670 670 (Z) 1 25 25 -
LONGVIEW, WASH.. 606 581 581 581 25 25 16 16 (Z) (Z)
VANCOUVER, WASH. ...... 344 344 343 343 I 10 10 -
KALAMA, WASH.. 87 87 87 87 2 2

SEATTLE, WASH. . 1 506 1 496 1 493 1 491 3 3 10 10 55 55 (Z) (Z)
SEATTLE, WASH. . 338 338 336 335 2 2 21 21 -
TACOMA, WASH.. . 360 360 359 359 (Z) 1 21 20 -
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM. WASH.. 257 257 257 257 4 4
BLAINE, WASH.. . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) -Z)
BELLINGHAM, WASH.. 48 39 39 37 1 10 10 2 2 Z) (Z
EVERETT, WASH. . 177 177 176 176 (Z) 3 3 -
PORT ANGELES, WASH.. 182 182 182 182 (Z) -4
PORT TOWNSEND' WASH. -
ANACORTES* WASH. 14 14 14 14 I -
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH. 72 72 72 72 Z Z -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND, WASH.. s18 18 18 18 (Z) -
OLYMPIA, WASH. . 40 40 40 40 (Z1 IZ)
NEAH BAY, WASH.. -

ANCHORAGE' ALASKA. 371 279 279 247 31 92 92 9 7 1 1
JUNEAU, ALASKA . -
KETCHIKAN, ALASKA. 58 58 58 58 2 2 -
SKAGWAYt ALASKA. 89 89 89 57 31 2 1 -
WRANGELL, ALASKA 28 28 28 28 I 1 -
FAIRBANKS, ALASKA. -
PETERSBURG, ALASKA -
SITKA. ALASKA. . 40 .0 4 40 3 3 -
PELICAN, ALASKA. -
SAND POINT, ALASKA -
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. 156 64 64 64 92 92 1 1 1
KODIAK, ALASKA -


GREAT LAKES' TOTAL 36 36 36 36 4 4

OGDENSBURG. N.Y. .I .
OGDENSBURG, N.Y. I -
MASSENA, N.Y.-.. -
FORT COVINGTON, N.Y. I I -








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


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


Trade area


GRAND TOTAL .


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS. 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 BULF, AND RED SEA.
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . .
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. .


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS*. .

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


All services


U.S. flag prcnt Total U.S fag Unt Total S flag U peSen Total U.S flag pecSent
Iecn I ercen percent Ipecn


33 054

1 489
18
1 471
1 382
561

300
17

283

210
1 465

858
7 124
4 653
918
1 484

69

985

631

141
213



3 744

627
272
356
184
316
313

2
895
192



1 036

11 687


814

399
38
376

72

303


2 141



2 020

113
5
108
122
80

6
3

4

2
45

4
124
77
12
34

1

4

1

3




342

243
174
68
56
32
32

(Z)
290
37



233

286


121

100
21
(Z)



(Z)


6.3



6.1

7.6
27.8
7.3
8.8
14.3

2.0
17.6

1.4

1.0
3.1

.5
1.7
1.7
1.3
2.3

1.4

.4

.2

2.1




9.1

38*.8
64.0
19.1
30.4
10.1
10.2

(B)
32.4
19.3



22.5

2.4


14.9

25.1
55.3
(B)



(1 )


5 569



5 556

480
16
463
208
215

53
11

42

30
284

134
1 056
615
102
337

3

35

22

9
5



594

256
19
237
99
180
177

2
441
155



524

812


1 368



1 359

76
5
71
67
76

6
3

4


45

4
122
75
12
34

1

4

1

3




150

80
12
68
56
32
32

(Z)
207
37



233

163


24.5

15.8
31.3
15.3
32.2
35.3

11.3
27.3

9.5


15.8

3.0
11.6
12.2
11.8
10.1

33.3

11.4

4.5

33.3




25.3

31.3
63.2
28.7
56.6
17.8
18.1

(B)
46.9
23.9



44.5

20.1


25 580



24 960

655
2
653
1 041
238

73
6

67

171
1 020

616
5 443
3 498
751
1 128

66

938

599

131
208



2 939

359
244
114
62
58
58


286
36



501

10 524


9 69,2 620

9 69.2 266
- I 21
- 333

- 57

- 276I


Irregular


2.3



2.2

5.6

5.7
5.4
1.7






(B)



(Z)
.1
-


2 719



2 538

354

354
133
108

174


174

9
161

107
625
541
66
19



12

10

2
(Z)



210

12
8
4
22
78
78


5.2

45.4
66.8
(B)

(B)
(B)


3.1
(B)



(B)

1.2


6.9

8.3
100.0
(8)


(B)


168 74
1



10 -

352


181 69

121 69
17
42 -

15 -

27 -








US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


MARCH 1971


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


:1 l i .. *', x- 3 .l i I 1 l .
17r .I *** ..ri .,a1 ..j.,r. ..... *
-. ...* '. .* .* f a *. .r- 4 1 -


I'e. .t'v I. 3 .: .


FO.tEi(* TRALEc AEAS Exe.LrT
CANA1*A.% ******

CA10}BEA',
EAST OAST OF CANAL. ZONE. L .
A.. OT7U* CARKBEAN PORTS .
(AST COAST OF SOUTh AMERICA .
*CST COAST OF SO.TM ERICA .
*ST COST OF CtT AL. AMERICA AO

*ES COAST OF CANA .L.E* *
A.t OTt. *ST CST OAT OF CLNTRA.
AR(ICA *N Meai 0 .A.. .

Wdf COAST OF MtAXCO. .
UN:ITEL tN600 AND 4E1 R t .
BA1TtC. SCANDIAVlA, ICE.ANO, AND
WtCE AN. .... O.*. ...
8A"OiNE-NAiltjRG RANOe, .
*.ETNCELANDS AND aLt.C1lU *
FRANCE-ATLANTIC REGION
fRMAY--ATLANTIC RE6LON. ,
0 TI fcA., PORTS--BarONNE-NANBunt
MAMGe. . .

PORTUGtAL A S) PANISM ATA.ANTIC, ,
SPAIN--ATANTIC REGION NORTh OF
POR{y7A .T .. ......
SPAIN--ATLANTIC RLMION
AO ETN OE OAS T OF POTAL.. .

NIOENTIF1EO COT TRIES I WESTERN N
EUKOPE.. .
AZORES, MEOITERRANEAN, AND BLACK
SEA.. ** A .

*EST COAST OF AFRACA. .
MOROCC --ATLANTiC RE61ON.
AL. OTHER *EST COAST OF AFRICA.
50UTN AEt) LAST AFRICA .
A~,STRALASA .
AUTBA.IA AND OLE1A *
TRST TERRITORy OF TE PACIFIC
IS S. . .
INOIA, PE S1AN RLF A1F RED >tA.
"AA 5AV AND INOOES!A S .

FAR EAST--SOUT*tRN A~tA,
tC .. i .t 'AleA AN.

FAR lA 1--W T*LRN ARIA,




JAII \ iA.tAL~aa*w
A A C* A. ...

A NF A .

*th lt *1,** 1 **Ci *
AOTh .~ \' N. A ..


6 L 2 2 3I Z 5 2
1 > 2( I 1 1 37 2 1

5 2 1 1 3I1 2 3 1


3 I 2 2, I -
95 37 23 1 123 7 12


2 30 -


12 (Z (2 I


21 7


- a8 Z Z I (2 -


6 ~ 2~ -


3 3 5 -
3 121 1 2


- 2 -


227 81 92 1 1it 66 16 70 2


2 1 r0
21 110


S 50 25 2 207 7.. 65 .7 | 2 2 -

22 76 5 21B 19 2 77 I T o -


2 -


I 1 '" I'd- 13 3 ? b I .n








MARCH 1971 U.S. WATERBORNE EXPORTS 9



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

(Shipping weight in millions of pounds. Data shown represent domestic and foreign merchandise. Export shipments of Special Catenory 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 I ',,, 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 . 9 544 9 514 15 9 901 433 1 911 24 3 678 86 33 21


FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 9 432 9 514 15 9 529 433 1 911 24 3 562 64 12 -

CARIBBEAN . 27 97 15 528 22 3 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. () 2 (Z) -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 27 96 15 528 22 3 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 590 27 424 56 1 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 20 5 205 4 (Z) B -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . (Z) (Z) 47 (Z) 26 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) (Z) 6 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO (Z) (Z) 47 (Z) 20 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 50 121 (Z) -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 628 15 335 (Z) 32 11 -
BALTIC, SCANDINAVIA, ICELAND, AND
GREENLAND. . 164 34 418 -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 2 436 96 2 661 2 126 122 1 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 1 311 77 1 976 2 52 82 1
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 635 11 105 (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 490 9 581 8 41 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . 66 -- -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 568 4 315 52 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 474 4 121 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 12 67 52 -
PORTUGAL. . 82 126 -
UNIDENTIFIED COUNTRIES IN WESTERN
EUROPE .
AZORES, MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. . .. 888 171 1 646 152 81 154 (Z)

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 15 (Z) 336 163 (Z) (Z) 8 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 236 163 8 --
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 15 (Z) 99 (Z) (Z) --
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA (Z) 62 -
AUSTRALASIA . (Z) 39 8 11 (Z) -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA (Z 39 8 11 (Z) -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULFv AND RED SEA. 9 9 3 243 1 32 -
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. (Z) (Z) 36 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. . 69 142 (Z) 8 282 -
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREAv
INCLUDING JAPAN. . 4 019 12 2 008 34 1 684 24 2 800 64 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 111 (Z) 372 (Z) 116 22 21 21

PACIFIC CANADA. . 150 (Z) 116 22 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 21 21
ATLANTIC CANADA . 111 (Z) 222 -
MONTREAL. . .- -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 2 -55 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
PORTS. . 110 Z) 167 -








US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


MARCH 1971


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


.*. ., ,.. ..- .... r: -. ,. ,I. ., { "* .. '


.r i4
.l


II


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.TOTA. t. .



CANADIAN'.*********






LW N . *.
EAST COAST O A OF A ... ZO. .
A N ER4 CA-BEAN E PORTS .
EA$T COAST OF ..'- AMERICA *
RET COAST OF -A .. AMERICA
9EST COAST OF CLNTAA. AMERICA AND



. .




*l5T COAST OF C %N. ZON .
AU. OTNER *EST COAST OF CENTRAL
A.CA CXI O .

TF COAST OF HIICO. .
ITED, INOOM AN LIRE .
6A.TIC SCANOl CA, V ICEA -. AND

8ATOE--AMBR RANAN E
NETERLANOS AN. .LIUM .
FRANCE-ATANTiC REGIO N .
ERMANV-ATLANTIC REION .
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYNE-NAMBURG


POHRTU'1H AND SPANISS ATLANTIC *
SPAIN-ATLANTIC RE'ION NOTM OF
P0'.TU1AA. *
SPAIN-ATLANTIC MRGION
SOUTKEAS OF PORTJ6AL. A L .
POTjALAL. . .
UNIOENTIPIED COvNTRIES lN WESTERN

AZOCRES MEDITEBRANEAN. AND BLACK
SE. E A.A...........

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. .
MOROCCO-ATLANTIC REGION. *
ALL OTiER WEST COAST OF AFRICA.
SOTi AND EAST AFRICA .
A*STRAl.ASIA .. ..
AUSTRAkIA AND OCEANIA.* ..
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISkANOS.......................
INDIA pERsiAN bULF AND RE SEA*.
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. .

FAA EAST--SOJT0tRN ARE A
lNC.OINGi TAIWAN AND
Pl.LlPPINES. ..
FAR eA T-NORTgiaRN AREA,
INCtUOING .,AAN... .


CANADIAN TRAOE AREAS. ..

EATIFIC CANADA...... >.........




AU. OTC AT.TAN Ti CANACA
............ ...........


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-


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MARCH 1971


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)


All coastal districts North Atlantic Coast South Atlantic Gulf Coast South Pacific Coast North Pacific Coast Great Lakes

Trade area f T
Total U.S. flag U.S Total U.S. flag Total U.S. flag Total U.S flag Total 1 US T U.S. flag Total Ig
91percentIIT


GRAND TOTAL. .


FOREIGN TRADE AREASi
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 MfXICO .
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE. .
BALTICi 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. .
AZORESt 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 (.ULFt AND RED
SEA ... ...
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA
FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING TAIWAN AND
PHILIPPINES. .
FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA,
INCLUDING JAPAN .


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS .


PACIFIC CANADA .
GREAT LAKES CANADA *
ATLANTIC CANADA.
MONTREAL .
NE*FOUNDLAND
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC
PORTS .


46.4



46.4

.1
(2)
.1
.3
.4

(Z)
(Z)

1Z)


.2

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2.9
2.0

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(ZI)

(Z)







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(Z)
1521






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36.7 79.1


36.7

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(Z)
.1
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(Z)


(Z)




(Z)
IZ)
(Z)

(Z)











10.0




(Z)
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.5
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79.1

100.0
(B)
100.0
66.7
25.0



(B)




(B)

(B)
El









(B)
(B)







66.2

100.0


100.0
(B)
100.0
100.0


5.5 100.0
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CANA -



CANADA
* i -


15.2



15.2

.1
(Z)
.1
.2
.3

(Z) j
(Z)



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,Z)
.5
.6
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(Z)

(Z)


(Z)


6.1-

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(Z1)
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3.3
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3.1


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10.0

.1
(Z)
.1



(Z)


(Z)










2.8
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(ZI

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(Z)

(Z)








121


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9.

(Z


(Z) -
(Z) -
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3.2 1.4 1.4
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.3 .1 .1

3.0 .6 .6




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-i


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(Z
(Z


5 10.5

S (Z)

(Z)
1 .1
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1 (Z














0 7.2

I (Z)


S (Z-)
Z (Z)
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.8 .8 (Z)
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Z) (Z)

Z) (Z)
11 12
-I 12


.4 (Z) -
(Z) (Z)
.4 1 -



(Z) -


11








US WATERBORNE EXPORTS


MARCH 1971


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


A i alC~ "ti BF M II i~m


it .1 r .|m r


*.-L-A- b--E *t'. .
L ,- 6 .A'.1. : % .'. .

CA I 'AN A. .
CAST COAST OF CAhNA. ZONE .
AL.. OTER CAR1BEAN PORTS* *
LAST COAST OF SO TN AMLRZCA. .
EST COAsT OF SOT.i AMERICA. *
*ST COAST OF CETAt.AL AMkI1A
ANEO CO.O .
*aST COAST OF CANAL O .
A.. OT.ER CEST COAST OF
CENTFL. AHEAICA A* MLAI(O.

TU COAST OF T EiACYO' T

A.T C, SCANOINAV*A ICE. ANO ,
A N EE.AD. . .
BAVEN-NA8.0s ..AN6E. .
ATwER-ANO ANO BLGI4. *
S .MA .-A.T .ANTIC t .

A .8U R. .

PORTiAl ANO SPAN 5S ATLANT1C.
SPAIN--AT..ANT'1C RL10N NORTM
OF PG T6AL .
SPAIN--ATLANTIC Rtl.ON



STERNN E.UOPE. .
AZ:OES, MEDITERRANeAN. ANO
BLACS SEA .

gEST COAST OF AFRICA *
MRCCO--ATLANTIC RE10 O IO
A.L OT'ER *EST COAST OF
AFRICA...........
SOTH ANA EAST AFRIAA. .
ASTRAASIA.. .L.A.. S. .


PACIFIC ISLANS.. .. .



ALSIA AND0 P *OONESI* .
FAR EAS NELP APLA,













s'eT .A-t .. ......
N'FA CTA AiA.TC^


S 3 c :


- -. -


*: .4 | 100. -
4 0 .4 *- -0C


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2 2
2


2


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- HI


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MARCH 1971 U. S. WATERBORNE IMPORTS 1.



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

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

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

Customs district and port Dry cargo Tanker Dry cargo Tanker
Gand otal General Total, General Grand total Total, General Tctal' General
Total imports In-transit ncludn incing imports including imports
mp, ,s i mports in-transit in-transit


TOTAL ALL DISTRICTS$
MONTHLY AVERAGE 1970. 53 609 22 853 22 783 70 30 756 26 904 2 128 1 890 1 867 238 193
MARCH 1970 . 51 574 17 165 17 090 74 34 409 31 512 2 078 1 837 1 814 242 215
FEBRUARY 1971. 37 279 12 048 12 004 44 25 232 21 991 1 963 1 758 1 739 206 169
MARCH 1971 . 63 719 25 547 25 505 42 38 172 32 701 2 421 2 121 2 104 300 243


NORTH ATLANTIC9 TOTAL. 39 384 11 011 10 996 15 28 373 22 903 1 393 1 173 1 166 220 163

PORTLAND. MAINE. . 6 330 79 79 6 250 780 65 1 1 64 6
PORTLAND, MAINE. . 5 796 2 2 5 794 324 61 1 1 60 3
BANGOR, MAINE. . 23 23 23 (Z) (Z) (Z)
EASTPORT, MAINE. (Z) (Z) (Z (Z) (Z) (Z)
BATH, MAINE. . .
BAR HARBOR, MAINE. .
CALAISv MAINE. . -
ROCKLAND, MAINE. . -
JONESPORT, MAINE -
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. . 217 (Z) (Zr 217 217 2 (Z () 2 2
BELFAST, MAINE . 129 37 37 92 92 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
SEARSPORT, MAINE . 165 39 39 125 125 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1

BOSTON, MASS.. . 2 970 415 415 (Z) 2 555 2 555 76 59 59 17 17
BOSTON. MASS.. . 2 056 385 385 (Z) 1 671 1 671 62 51 51 12 12
GLOUCESTER, MASS.. . 15 15 15 5 5 5 -
NEW BEDFORD, MASS . 138 10 10 128 128 4 3 3 1 1
PLYMOUTH, MASS .. . 186 186 186 1 1 1
FALL RIVER, MASS.. . 440 5 5 435 435 3 1 1 3 3
SALEM, MASS. . 136 136 136 1 1 1
PROVINCETOWN. MASS.. -

PROVIDENCE, R.I. . 589 62 62 527 527 5 2 2 3 3
NEWPORT, R.I.. . 87 16 16 71 71 1 1 1 1 1
PROVIDENCE R.I. . 502 46 46 456 456 4 1 1 3 3
MELLVILLE. R.I .. -

BRIDGEPORT. CONN.. . 1 941 88 88 1 853 1 853 21 8 8 13 13
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.. . 426 38 38 388 388 6 3 3 3 3
HARTFORD. CONN.. -
NEW HAVEN. CONN. . 1 173 47 47 1 126 1 126 12 4 4 8 8
NEW LONDON. CONN.. . 342 3 3 339 339 3 (Z) (Z) 2 2

NEW YORK. N.Y. . 11 711 2 457 2 444 13 9 254 9 254 827 761 755 66 66
NEW YORK. N.Y. . 11 180 2 448 2 435 13 8 732 8 732 824 761 755 63 63
ALBANY, N.Y. . 531 9 9 522 522 3 (Z) (Z) 3 3

PHILADELPHIA, PA.. : 9 408 4 364 4 362 2 5 044 5 044 154 117 116 38 38
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. . 5 678 3 891 3 890 1 1 787 1 787 110 95 95 14 14
CHESTER. PA. : : : : : : -
WILMINGTON, DEL. 630 223 223 407 407 13 10 10 3 3
PAULSBOROD N.J.. . 1 282 13 13 1 269 1 269 10 1 1 9 9
CAMDEN, N.J. . 697 237 236 1 460 460 13 11 11 3 3
GLOUCESTER CITY. N.J .. -
MARCUS HOOK, PA. . 1 121 1 121 1 121 8 8 8

BALTIMORE. MD. . 4 394 3 211 3 211 (Z) 1 183 1 183 170 162 162 8 8
ANNAPOLIS. MD. . -
CAMBRIDGE, MD. . 2 2 2 1 1 1 -
BALTIMORE, MD. . 4 392 3 209 3 209 (Z) 1 183 1 183 169 161 161 8 8
CRISFIELD. MD. . I

NORFOLK. VA. . 2 003 296 296 (Z) 1 707 1 707 72 61 61 11 11
NORFOLKs VA. . 1 397 286 286 (Z) I 111 1 111 65 58 58 8 8
NEWPORT NEWS, VA. .. 571 7 7 564 564 5 2 2 3 3
RICHMOND-PETERSBURGo VA. 4 4 4 1 1 1 -
CAPE CHARLES CITY. VA. -
REEDVILLE. VA. -- -
HOPEWELL. VA.. . 31 31 31 1 1 1

WASHINGTON, D.C. . 38 38 38 3 3
WASHINGTON, D.C. . -
ALEXANDRIA, VA... . 38 38 38 -- 3 3 -


SOUTH ATLANTIC. TOTAL. 6 779 1 779 1 776 3 5 001 5 001 198 161 159 37 37

WILMINGTON, N.C. . 554 162 162 (Z) 392 392 18 15 15 3 3
WILMINGTON, N.C. . 524 161 161 (Z) 364 364 17 14 14 3 3
ELIZABETH CITY. N.C. . -
BEAUFORT-MOREHEAD CITY. N.C. 30 1 1 29 29 1 1 1 (Z) (Z)

CHARLESTON, S.C. . 898 245 245 653 653 28 24 24 4 4
CHARLESTON, S.C. . 833 245 245 588 588 27 24 24 3 3
GEORGETOWN, S.C. . 65 65 65 (Z) (Z) (Z)








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POR EVERGLA6DE5 FA*.. . .. I....2 76 76 121 4* I 0 7T 3 3 3 3
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TAMPA. F.. . 492 183 183 Z 309 309 17 15 1C 3 r
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OBILE, ALA. . 3 091 3 053 3 053 1(I 36 38 24 24 2 4I21 z t
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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)

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Grand total General In Total, Genera Grand total Total, Gen era Total General
Total mp n-ransit including mos including n nc or
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SOUTH PACIFIC' TOTAL 3 875 1 415 1 410 5 2 460 2 460 393 373 370 20 20

SAN DIEGO. CALIF.. . 31 31 29 2 5 5 4 -

LOS ANGELES. CALIF.. . 2 442 920 918 2 1 522 1 522 247 235 235 11 11
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. . 793 370 368 2 423 423 167 164 164 3 3
PORT SAN LUIS. CALIF .. (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (ZI (Z) -
LONG BEACH, CALIF. . 1 223 542 542 (Z) 681 681 76 70 70 6 6
EL SEGUNDOO, CALIF. .. 419 419 419 3 3 3
VENTURAi CALIF.. . --
PORT HUENEMEi CALIF. . 8 8 8 1 1 1
CAPITAN, CALIF*.. .
MORRO, CALIF... . -

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 867 437 435 2 430 430 129 125 123 5 5
EUREKA. CALIF.....- -
MONTEREY. CALIF. . *
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. .. 187 166 165 1 20 20 62 62 61 (Z) (Z)
STOCKTON, CALIF. . 3 3 3 1 1 1
OAKLAND. CALIF... . 123 123 122 1 38 38 38 -
RICHMOND. CALIF. 122 4 4 118 118 7 4 4 3 3
ALAMEDA. CALIF.. . 75 53 53 22 22 12 12 12 (Z) (Z)
CROCKETT, CALIF. . 30 30 30 2 2 2
SACRAMENTO, CALIF. .4 4 4 (Z (Z
MARTINEZ. CALIF. . .
REDWOOD CITY. CALIF. .
SELBY, CALIF .. ..- -
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CALIF.. .48 48 48
SAN PABLO BAY. CALIF.. 6 6 6 (Z) (Z) (Z)
CARQUINEZ STRAIT. CALIF. 270 7 7 263 263 6 5 5 2 2
SUISUN BAY. CALIF. . -

HONOLULU. HAWAII . 536 28 28 (Z) 508 508 11 8 8 3 3
HONOLULU, HAWAII . 527 26 26 (Z) 502 502 11 8 8 3 3
HILO. HAWAII -
KAHULUI, HAWAII. . .. 8 2 2 6 6 (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
NAWILILI-PORT ALLEN. HAWAII. -


NORTH PACIFIC, TOTAL 2 225 1 879 1 869 10 346 346 123 120 118 3 3

PORTLAND. OREG.. . 540 491 491 49 49 29 29 29 (Z) (Z)
ASTORIA. OREG. "
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PORTLAND. OREG.. . 388 355 355 33 33 21 20 20 (Z) (Z)
LONGVIEW. WASH.. . 28 28 28 -4 4 4
VANCOUVER, WASH. . 107 107 107 4 4 4 -
KALAMA, WASH.. . 16 16 16 (Z) (Z) (Z)

SEATTLE, WASH. . 1 538 1 370 1 360 10 168 168 92 91 88 1 1
SEATTLE, WASH. . 649 630 620 10 19 19 77 77 74 (Z) (Z)
TACOMA. WASH.. . 430 281 281 (Z) 149 149 9 8 8 1 1
ABERDEEN-HOQUIAM, WASH .. -- -. .
BLAINE, WASH.... : : : : : : : : : .
BELLINGHAM, WASH.. . 278 278 278 5 5 5 -
EVERETT. WASH. . 85 85 85 (Z (Z) (Z -
PORT ANGELESv WASH.. . 13 13 13 1 1 1
PORT TOWNSEND. WASH. . 55 55 55 (Z) (Z ) Z)
ANACORTESt WASH. . 27 27 27 Z) Z) (Z) -
FRIDAY HARBOR, WASH. -
SOUTH BEND-RAYMOND, WASH... -
OLYMPIA, WASH. -
NEAH RAY, WASH.. .. -

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 147 18 18 (Z) 128 128 2 1 1 1 1
JUNEAU, ALASKA . (Z) (Z) (Z (Z Z) (Z) -
KETCHIKAN, ALASKA. . 3 3 3 (Z) () (Z) -
SKAGWAY, ALASKA. . 69 14 14 56 56 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
WRANGELL. ALASKA . (Z)- (Z) (Z (Z) -
FAIRBANKS. ALASKA. . -
PETERSBURG, ALASKA . (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
SITKA. ALASKA. : (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z) (Z)
PELICAN. ALASKA. -
SAND POINT, ALASKA -
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA. . 73 1 1 73 73 1 (Z) (Z) 1 1
KODIAK, ALASKA . -


GREAT LAKES, TOTAL 95 95 95 2 2 2 -

OGDENSRURGo N.Y. .* .
OGDENSBURG. N.Y. .
MASSENA, N.Y.. .. -.
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Table 1-2. Foreign Trade Area by Type of Service

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

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Trade area
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GRAND TOTAL 58 206 1 571 2.7 5 392 1 062 19.7 20 113 120 .6 32 701 388 1.2


FOREIGN TRADE AREAS. EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 54 107 1 405 2.6 5 164 1 042 20.2 16 338 7 (Z) 32 605 356 1.1

CARIBBEAN . 36 766 194 .5 271 15 5.5 9 545 1 (Z) 26 950 179 .7
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. (Z) (Z) (B) (Z) (ZI (B) () -
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 36 766 194 .5 271 15 5.5 9 545 1 (Z) 26 950 179 .7
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 865 41 4.7 129 41 31.8 701 35 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 1 550 83 5.4 235 79 33.6 1 275 5 .4 40 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 837 4 .5 73 3 4.1 722 1 .1 42
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE 1 1 100.0 1 1 100.0 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 836 3 .4 72 2 2.8 722 1 .1 42 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 1 021 46 4.5 32 2 6.3 291 698 44 6.3
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 489 85 17.4 339 84 24.8 143 (Z) (1) 7 -
BALTIC. SCANDINAVIAt ICELANDs AND
GREENLAND. . 431 10 2.3 258 10 3.9 173 (Z) -
BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 2 413 173 7.2 1 223 173 14.1 665 (Z) (B) 525 -
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 1 764 52 2.9 722 52 7,2 551 (Z) (B) 491 -
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 176 25 14.2 90 25 27.8 52 33 -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. 473 96 20.3 411 96 23.4 61 (Z) -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
RANGE. . (Z) (Z) -

PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC 263 84 31.9 67 23 34.3 34 (Z) (B) 1623 61 7.7
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION NORTH OF
PORTUGAL . 43 5 11.6 12 5 41.7 32 -
SPAIN--ATLANTIC REGION
SOUTHEAST OF PORTUGAL. 184 76 41.3 21 15 71.4 1 (Z) (B) 1623 61 7.7
PORTUGAL. . 36 3 8.3 35 3 8.6 1 -
AZORES# MEDITERRANEANt AND BLACK
SEA. .. .. 2 043 87 4.3 292 87 29.8 465 (Z) (B) 1 286 -

WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 936 50 5.3 136 50 36.8 696 (Z) (B) 105 -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 22 1 4.5 2 1 50.0 20 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 914 49 5.4 134 49 36.6 676 (Z) (B) 105 -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 394 54 13.7 97 54 55.7 260 37 -
AUSTRALASIA . 807 16 2.0 123 16 13.0 578 106 -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 807 16 2.0 123 16 13.0 578 106 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. .. o -
INDIA. PERSIAN GULF. AND RED SEA. 1 661 120 7.2 162 49 30.2 6 (Z) (B) 1 493 71 4.8
MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA. 1 155 34 2.9 131 34 26.0 5 1 019 -

FAR EAST--SOUTHERN AREAs
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FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA.
INCLUDING JAPAN. . 1 827 219 12.0 1 282 219 17.1 478 (Z) (B) 68 -


CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 4 098 166 4.1 228 21 9.2 3 775 113 3.0 963 33 4.4

PACIFIC CANADA. . 1 686 103 6.1 195 21 10.8 1 396 50 3.6 963 33 4.4
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 111 63 56.8 (Z) 111 63 56.8 -
ATLANTIC CANADA . 2 301 (Z) (B) 33 2 268 (Z) 1B) -
MONTREAL. . (Z) (Z (ZZ) -
NEWFOUNDLAND. . 52 14 38 -
ALL OTHER ATLANTIC CANADA
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Table 1-4. Irregular Service-Foreign Trade Area by U.S. Coastal District

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TOTAL . 8 435 1 1 270 1 8 098 (Z) 647 8 1 574 48 88 63


FOREIGN TRADE AREASt EXCEPT
CANADIAN . 6 547 (Z) 784 1 7 823 (Z) 552 6 632 1 -

CARIBBEAN . 3 153 411 1 5 897 (Z) 30 54 -
EAST COAST OF CANAL ZONE (Z) .
ALL OTHER CARIBBEAN PORTS 3 153 411 1 5 897 (Z) 30 54 -
EAST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 413 9 276 3 -
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA 961 5 248 55 5 6 -
WEST COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND
MEXICO . 201 9 40 202 1 269 -
WEST COAST OF CANAL ZONE. -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF CENTRAL
AMERICA AND MEXICO 201 9 40 202 1 269 -

GULF COAST OF MEXICO. 48 1 242 -
UNITED KINGDOM AND EIRE 61 (Z) 13 68 I (Z
BALTICv SCANDINAVIA. ICELAND# AND
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BAYONNE-HAMBURG RANGE 235 168 (Z) 229 21 (Z) 11 1
NETHERLANDS AND BELGIUM 192 159 (Z) 173 15 (Z) 11 1
FRANCE--ATLANTIC REGION 9 (Z) 43 (Z) -
GERMANY--ATLANTIC REGION. .. 34 9 13 6 -
OPTIONAL PORTS--BAYONNE-HAMBURG
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PORTUGAL AND SPANISH ATLANTIC. 31 (Z) 2 (Z) (Z) -
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AZORES. MEDITERRANEANl AND BLACK
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WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 488 5 203 (Z) -- -
MOROCCO--ATLANTIC REGION. 20 -
ALL OTHER WEST COAST OF AFRICA. 488 5 182 (Z) -
SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA 174 86 -
AUSTRALASIA . 223 121 (Z) 234- -
AUSTRALIA AND OCEANIA 223 121 (Z) 234 -
TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC
ISLANDS. . .-. _
INDIA, PERSIAN GULFi AND RED SEA. (Z) 6 (Z) (Z) -
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FAR EAST--NORTHERN AREA>
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CANADIAN TRADE AREAS. 1 888 (Z) 486 275 96 2 943 48 87 63

PACIFIC CANADA. . 279 78 5 92 2 943 48 -
GREAT LAKES CANADA. 24 87 63
ATLANTIC CANADA . 1 609 (Z) 385 270 4 -
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