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Area Port of Tampa, Florida - 1801

Port Type
Service Port
List of Brokers for port 1801
Port Code
1801

Location Address

5519 W Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL 33634
United States

Mailing Address

5519 W Hillsborough Ave
Tampa, FL 33634
United States


Phone Contact:
Phone
+1 813-249-8101
Fax Number:
None Specified
Port Director
Radames A. Torres
Office Hours
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 8:30-17:00 EST
Tuesday: 8:30-17:00 EST
Wednesday: 8:30-17:00 EST
Thursday: 8:30-17:00 EST
Friday: 8:30-17:00 EST
Saturday: Closed

Directions to Port Office

I-4

From I4 take I275 South; take exit 39 FL-60 West toward Clearwater/Tampa Int’l/Veterans Expwy; take FL-589N/FL-60 W/Memorial Hwy N; at exit 4 take FL-580/W. Hillsborough Ave. east; end at 5519 W. Hillsborough Ave.


Service Contacts
Passenger Operations
Phone Number:(813) 676-4590
Fax Number:(813) 676-4575
Fines, Penalties & Forfeitures
Email:                                     TampaFPF@cbp.dhs.gov         
Phone:                                    (813)249-8233 

 

 


Facilities and Crossings
Tampa International Airport - Air Cargo
Phone Number:(813)676-4518
Hours of Operation:8:30AM - 5:00PM (EST), Monday - Friday

 

Centralized Examination Station
Phone Number:(813) 241-6743
Hours of Operation:8:30AM - 5:00PM (EST), Monday - Friday

 


Notices

Special Instructions

Deferred Inspections - Individuals are requested to call in advance at (813)676-4590.

The Port of Tampa has an airport and seaport with both passenger and cargo processing responsibilities. Port personnel are the face at the border for most cargo and visitors entering the United States. Here CBP enforces the import and export laws and regulations of the U.S. federal government and conducts admissibility activities. The Port also performs agriculture inspections to protect the USA from potential carriers of animal and plant pests or diseases that could cause serious damage to America's crops, livestock, pets, and the environment. This port is designated as a Class A Port of entry for all aliens.

Last Modified: June 23, 2021