Florida Translation Services – Corporate Headquaters


International Trade

The Port of Miami carries the unusual distinction of being a world-class cargo port as well as a cruise port, leading to the nickname “Cargo Gateway to the Americas”.

As one of the busiest free trade zones, it is first in the nation for international freight and third for international containerized cargo worldwide, employing over 300 freight forwarders and customs brokers.



Because it is so close to Latin America and the Caribbean, nearly 1400 multinational corporations maintain their headquarters in Miami, including many important financial institutions.

The Brickell neighborhood of Downtown Miami alone contains more international banks than anywhere else in the U.S. besides New York, and is sometimes called the “Wall Street of Miami” for this reason.



Miami is the center for Spanish language media production in the U.S., and comprises the third largest hispanic television market in the nation overall. Miami is also home to a number of Spanish language newspapers, such as El Nuevo Herald (the second biggest in the U.S.), Diario Las Americas, La Palma and El Sentinel, plus two of the last eight remaining French language papers in the country.