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Dominion Pipe & Piling
Carnival Cruise Lines will resume year-round cruises from the Port of Baltimore in March 2015 with a ship retrofitted with scrubbers designed to reduce fuel exhaust emissions. The Galveston Wharves' Board of Trustees approved a five-year agreement with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. on January 27 that will generate at least $1.86 million in annual operating revenues for the Port of Galveston. Port Everglades has once again been selected "Best U.S. Homeport" by cruise travel magazine Porthole.
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The Prince Rupert Port Authority in January launched its Green Wave environmental stewardship program to further reward shippers for their commitment to sustainable practices.
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Port of Hueneme and Global Auto Processing Services (GAPS) have agreed to extend GAPS's lease agreement with the port for an additional five years. Port Tampa Bay will collaborate with the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) on strategies to enhance port planning, in line with MARAD's developing "Strong Ports" initiative.
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Naylor, LLC
The Georgia Ports Authority reports its facilities statewide handled nearly 14.4 million short tons of cargo during the first half of fiscal year 2014. The Ports of Indiana handled 8.3 million tons of cargo at its three ports in calendar 2013, a 20 percent increase from the year before. Mexico’s ports handled a record 287.9 million metric tons of cargo in 2013, an increase of 1.6 percent compared to 2012, and more than 2.6 million metric tons of cargo moved through the Port of Milwaukee in 2013, a 30 percent increase from 2012.
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AAPA's Shifting International Trade Routes workshop brought together a bevy of experts on international trade and investments, while AAPA and the U.S. Maritime Administration will hold an informal "brainstorming session" from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on February 19 in San Diego on its port planning and investment toolkit project. Also, 2014 AAPA Communications Awards Program rules and entry document are now posted to the AAPA website for download.
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The Houston Port Commission on January 31 accepted the resignation of Leonard Waterworth as executive director of the Port of Houston and confirmed the appointment of Roger Guenther as his successor, effective immediately.
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Transportation Security Associates, LLC
Recent Career Opportunity Listings Port Finance Capital Program Coordinator – Port of Oakland Transportation Specialist, MARAD – Long Beach, CA Project Engineer – Port Corpus Christi Senior Engineer/Planner – Port Corpus Christi Recent Business Opportunity Listings Architectural and Engineering Services – PortMiami Cruise Terminals
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Public Port Press Releases JAXPORT Announces Strategies to Grow Northeast Florida Trade and Logistics – Jacksonville, FL – January 29, 2014 Port of Galveston Approves 5-Year Agreement with RCCL – Galveston, TX – January 28, 2014 Affiliated Business Press Releases Cavotec RRCs Keep Control System Ship-Shape – Lugano, Switzerland – January 29, 2014 U.S. Department of Transportation Provides $7 Million for Maritime Education – Washington, D.C. – January 29, 2014 Review 2013: Another Successful Year for Liebherr Mobile Harbour Cranes – Nenzing, Austria – January 28, 2014 New Year, New Intermodal EXPO: Event Moves to September in 2014 as a Stand-Alone IANA Effort – Calverton, MD – January 27, 2014
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