AAPA Seaports Advisory
November 28, 2018
AAPA corporate members are invited to nominate individuals for consideration as AAPA's 2019 Port Person(s) of the Year. The deadline for nominations is Friday, December 14, 2018. One or more awards are made in recognition of individuals whose outstanding work has made a significant contribution to public ports and/or maritime commerce either internationally or within a country or region. Generally, nominees are not members of the public port community itself, but friends and allies (active members of the Association are not eligible). The formal criteria for eligibility and judging are available on AAPA’s website (scroll to the bottom of the page).
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Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
Port Everglades and Celebrity Cruises enjoyed a double celebration with the arrival of the line’s first new ship class in a decade, Celebrity Edge, at her new home at Cruise Terminal 25. The Port of Halifax received 316,869 guests on 198 vessel calls in 2018. This is an 8% increase in the number of cruise guests over 2017, and a 14% increase in the number of vessel calls.
The Port of Seattle Commission approved its 2019 budget and 2019-2023 capital investment plan or future budget blueprint. The five-year capital development plan outlines the port’s blueprint to invest $348 million to maximize the economic and environmental vitality of Seattle’s working waterfront in the face of significant industry changes.
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Safety Program Manager, Longview, WA; Port of Longview
Facilities Manager, Cape Canaveral, FL; Canaveral Port Authority
Community Engagement Manger, New Orleans, LA; Port of New Orleans
Chief Counsel, Philadelphia, PA; PhilaPort
Project Engineer, Philadelphia, PA; PhilaPort
Director of Communications & Marketing, Duluth, MN; Duluth Seaway Port Authority
Klein Marine Systems, Inc.