BRADENTON -- It's said to be the most incentivized land for commercial development in the state of Florida. No other property offers more direct, extensive and beneficial incentives to attract the development of logistically-focused manufacturing, processing, warehousing and distribution facilities. Florida's west coast is now open to the world. From the Bradenton beaches to the Port of Manatee, there are more international avenues leading here than ever before. This is where the world is coming to see the real Florida.
Being the most environmentally-conscious port in the state, having the most popular and beautiful beaches in the country and an international flair for food, entertainment and commerce, the Florida International Gateway is where you go for a business vacation.
The recent Port of Manatee expansion and facility improvements have made western central Florida as attractive to international traffic as the east coast. Just 12 miles from Bradenton, 24 miles from Sarasota, 24 miles from St. Pete, 41 miles from Tampa and close to all of the beaches, you are also never far away from Florida natural habitat either.
The Port of Manatee is the closest open U.S. deepwater seaport to the Panama Canal. A foreign Trade Zone with rapid response permitting and access to Interstate 75, 4, and 275, we are the hub of west-central Florida. Come and see why. The Florida International Gateway is open for business.
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