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Steelhomes, is expanding to a new and larger located at 4300 NW 128 St Opa Locka, Florida 33054. Opa Locka is an ideal location for the facility because of both the volume of International exports the company will experience and the convenience of getting the materials they will require.

Opa Locka, located 10 miles North West of Miami, has easy access to local, national, and international shipping. Miami-Dade County has an extensive freight system consisting of the Port of Miami, Miami International Airport, CSX and FEC rail corridors and terminals, and a dense infrastructure of private warehouse and distribution center facilities – all connected and served by a network of highway corridors.


Miami International Airport plays a key role as the fourth largest cargo airport in the country and the 11th busiest airport worldwide, handling over 2 million tons of freight in 2010. The airport is the gateway to Latin American and Caribbean markets, handling 83 percent of all air imports and 81 percent of all exports from this region.


The Port of Miami is the largest container port in the state, handling approximately 30 percent of all containers moving through Florida ports, and the 11th busiest in the continental U.S. The Port is the largest home-based cruise port handling over a third of all cruise passengers in Florida, with 4.1 million revenue passengers in 2010.


There are two freight operating railroads serving Miami-Dade County, consisting of CSX Transportation and the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC).

CSX- CSX Transportation is a Class I railroad that operates the most extensive rail network in Florida. Its freight network within Miami-Dade County is limited, consisting of carload and bulk service, including aggregate and general merchandise. It has a yard in Hialeah that supports its carload operations.


The major roadway system within the County has been designated as part of either the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) or the Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC)’s Corridors of Regional Significance. These two systems are described below.

Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) - The Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) was established in 2003 to enhance Florida’s economic competitiveness by focusing state resources on the transportation facilities most critical for statewide and interregional travel.


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