AAPA Seaports Advisory
March 14, 2019
The Port of Corpus Christi’s Ship Channel Improvement Project was included in the President’s budget for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Coastal Navigation Construction that was released Monday by the White House. The proposed budget includes $53,313,000 in funding for the Port of Corpus Christi’s CIP in the USACE Civil Works budget. Port Fourchon has been awarded grant money to assist with a project that will clear the way for four view finders to be installed at the port's Slip D Mitigation area next to the Fourchon Operations Center in the coming months.
 
 
   
This year, Western Hemisphere Ports Day will take place on April 5, 2019, and we will celebrate the skill, professionalism and commitment of the port industry workforce. Our workforce comprises thousands of people who ensure that cargo and passengers move efficiently through our ports every day. Join us and our Ports Day supporters, TransPorts and Lamar University in saluting our ports and its workforce! Share with us what you have planned and we will share it with the industry; contact AAPA's Andrew Cameron (acameron@aapa-ports.org) for more information.
 
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
The Port of Baltimore handled more containers, cars, construction equipment and other types of general cargo than ever before. A record 10.9 million tons of general cargo was handled at the port last year. PortMiami reported its busiest January in history with a total of 104,183 TEUs activity, a 17 percent jump over January 2018. The Port of Montreal had a record year marked by a 9% increase in the number of containers transiting through the port and is proud to announce the arrival of a seventh international container shipping line, Cosco Shipping Lines. The Port of Virginia had its best February in the port’s history with 228,151 TEUs or 127,596 containers, compared to the prior year. Fiscal year 2019 to-date total TEU volume is up 3 percent or 57,170 TEUs.
 
Port of Everett Chief Financial Officer John Carter has announced his retirement. The port has hired Eric Russell, recent senior director in the finance department at Vulcan Inc. and former port employee, to fill the key leadership post. The Los Angeles City Council has approved Mayor Eric Garcetti’s appointment of Diane Middleton to the Port of Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners. An attorney long active in Harbor area labor and civil rights issues, Middleton fills the vacancy created following the death of labor icon and Commissioner David Arian in January.
 
Naylor Association Solutions
Naylor Association Solutions
Odgers Berndtson has been retained by the AAPA to conduct an international search for AAPA’s next CEO. The firm is seeking input from AAPA members to assist in the search process. Please review the letter from Odgers Berndtson as well as the draft position description and provide any thoughts to them by March 29. We would appreciate hearing your views.
 
Green Marine
Executive Director, New Haven, Connecticut; New Haven Port Authority

Modernization Program Manager, Anchorage, Alaska

Assistant Director - Engineering Design, Long Beach, California; Port of Long Beach

Director of Finance, Long Beach, California; Port of Long Beach

Manager, Business Development & International Marketing, Oakland, California; Port of Oakland

Senior Project Engineer, Corpus Christi, Texas; Port of Corpus Christi Authority

CAD/ GIS Engineering Technicia, Corpus Christi, Texas; Port of Corpus Christi Authority

 
Klein Marine Systems, Inc.
 

 

Advertise

We would appreciate your comments or suggestions.
Your email will be kept private and confidential.