AAPA Seaports Advisory
September 19, 2017

DMT Radar Systems, Inc
. 45180 Business Ct – Ste 500, Sterling, VA 20166. Phone: (703) 291-1524. Email: jnhughes@dmtradar.com. Website: www.dmtradar.com. Contact: Ms. Jaime Hughes, Director of Marketing. (AAPA Sustaining Member)

DMT Radar Systems is a worldwide provider of security radars to ports and other waterside security sites.

Louisiana International Deep Water Gulf Transfer Terminal Authority, PO Box 82152, Baton Rouge, LA 70884. Phone: (225) 239-5999. Email: crystal.ligtt@gmail.com. Internet: www.ligtt.com. Contact: Ms. Crystal Hutchinson, Administrative Assistant. (AAPA Introductory Corporate Member)

Louisiana International Deep Water Gulf Transfer Terminal (LIGTT) is envisioned as a deep-water transfer terminal designed to accommodate post-Panamax and Cape size vessels. To be located east of the mouth of the Mississippi River, the terminal would be equipped to handle bulk cargo, petroleum products, and containers. The 2,238-acre site, with depths up to 108 feet, is owned by the State of Louisiana.

Seiden Krieger Associates, 445 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022. Phone: (610) 312-4001. Email: tom@seidenkrieger.com. Website: www.seidenkrieger.com. Contact: Mr. Tom Lord, Executive Vice President. (AAPA Sustaining Member)

Seiden Krieger Associates, Inc., a retained executive search firm founded in 1984, conducts high level search assignments for corporations and not-for-profit organizations in the financial, service, consumer and industrial sectors.
GFC Crane Consultants, Inc.
Don Krusel retired September 11 after 25 years with the Prince Rupert Port Authority.  Mr. Krusel joined the port authority in 1987 as its chief financial officer and had served as president and CEO since 1992.
Motor carriers hauling containers of exports and imports are critical to the success of The Port of Virginia. In the fiscal year ending this June 30, the port processed more than 950,000 truck moves compared with 908,000 in fiscal year 2016. In August alone, nearly 83,000 moves were safely processed.

To recognize their importance to the port and the overall supply chain, members of the port’s leadership, sales, operations and public affairs teams headed out to the terminals to celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, Sept. 10-16.
The Port of Oakland will receive approximately $1.8 million in federal Port Security Grant Program funding to implement two security projects.
Puretech Systems, Inc.
A new business development initiative by Port Saint John terminal operator DP World and Pan Am Railways has led to the introduction of a direct intermodal service connecting Saint John and the Boston market.
The Canadian Pacific coastal community of Metlakatla will be harvesting homegrown fresh produce year-round thanks in part to a contribution from the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s Community Investment Fund.
Auto and container volumes experienced substantial gains last month at Georgia Ports Authority’s marine terminals in Brunswick and Savannah. The Port of Los Angeles reports handling container volumes totaling 845,857 TEUs in August, an increase from last year of 6.1 percent. That set a record for August and a monthly total second only to the November 2016 posting of 877,564 TEUs. The Port of Oakland this August experienced its busiest container traffic month in a year, with throughput totaling 212,692 TEUs. That was the most since August 2016 when the TEU count stood at 220,604.
Green Marine
Employment Opportunities:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR; California; Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District

Environmental Permitting Specialist; Corpus Christi, Texas; Port of Corpus Christi Authority

Deputy Chief of Construction Engineer
; Corpus Christi, Texas; Port of Corpus Christi Authority

Assistant Superintendent, Warehouse and Terminal; Stockton, California; Port of Stockton

Chief Engineer for a Major Port (Engineer 9); New Orleans, Louisiana; Port of New Orleans

Instrumentation and Controls Facility Engineer; Portland, Oregon; Port of Portland

Senior Financial Analyst; Portland, Oregon; Port of Portland
Klein Marine Systems, Inc.