AAPA Seaports Advisory
September 4, 2018
The Port of Long Beach is continuing to outperform 2023 clean air goals for diesel particles and sulfur oxides, even while cargo volumes have jumped to record levels, according to a comprehensive study of port-related air pollution emissions. The Port of Los Angeles’s 2017 Inventory of Air Emissions shows the port set new record lows for emissions reductions while its container volume reached an all-time high of 9.34 million TEUs. Port of Oakland diesel particulate emissions from maritime operations are down 81 percent since 2005. As a result, the port expressed confidence in reaching a self-imposed target: 85 percent emissions reduction by 2020.
The Georgia Ports Authority moved 378,767 TEUS in July, an increase of 12.7 percent, or 42,668 TEUs, compared to the same month last year. It was the second busiest month on record for the Port of Savannah. JAXPORT has recorded its best ever July container volumes, with total container movements increasing 17 percent over the same period last year. Nearly 97,250 TEUs moved through JAXPORT in July 2018.
Green Marine
Manager, Plant and Grant Funds Accounting, Norfolk VA; The Port of Virginia

Cyber Information Security Manager, Long Beach, California; Port of Long Beach

Senior Director of Human Resources, Seattle, Washington; Port of Seattle

Planner, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Port Everglades  

Electrical Project Engineer II, Portland, Oregon; Port of Portland
Klein Marine Systems, Inc.