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In response to the strategic plan approved at its Annual Convention last November, AAPA has revamped the upcoming program for the Spring Conference to be held April 20-21 in Washington, D.C.
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Molly Campbell, a former senior executive at the Port of Los Angeles, has completed all requirements of AAPA's Professional Port Manager (PPM®) program.
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Luxury ship operator Crystal Cruises will return to the Port of Baltimore for a third consecutive year and offer an 11-day cruise aboard the newly redesigned Crystal Symphony on November 2, 2015. The "Colonial Coast & Beyond" voyage will embark out of Baltimore and sail down the East Coast, making port calls to Charleston and Jacksonville, before continuing to the Caribbean and concluding in Miami.
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Port of Long Beach
Maersk Line joined the growing list of shipping lines calling at Massachusetts Port Authority’s Conley Container Terminal with the February 5 arrival of the Sealand Illinois at the Port of Boston. Boston is now the second U.S. port of call after New York on Maersk Line’s TA5 service, followed by Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah and Charleston. Overseas ports of call include Algeciras and Valencia in Spain, Sines in Portugal, and Gioia Tauro, Naples, Leghorn, La Spezia, and Genoa in Italy.
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A silver Hyundai Genesis rolling down the ramp of the Wallenius Wilhelmsen vessel Isolde became the 5 millionth vehicle handled by International Auto Processing (IAP) at Georgia Ports Authority’s Colonel Island ro/ro complex in the Port of Brunswick.
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Port Corpus Christi has agreed to the sale and relocation of a refrigerated warehouse facility and "associated furniture, fixtures and equipment" to the Port of Santa Marta in Colombia. The Duluth Seaway Port Authority is buying a 35.7 acre dock in the Duluth Industrial Waterfront zoning district with the intent of marketing the property to industrial operations in need of leasable land and restoring the facility to full maritime service. The Port of Kalama will soon become home to Rainier Truck Trailer Tank Repair LLC, a large regional provider of chemical tank inspections and repair facilities.
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The Port of Everett has contracted in January with Green Funnel Agency (GFA), represented by Vincent Sullivan, to pursue cargo opportunities. Industry veteran Mary Mackson has joined the North Carolina State Ports Authority’s economic development team as a senior account executive based in Charlotte.
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Deepening of the Grays Harbor Navigation Channel to its fully authorized depth of -38 feet MLLW will get underway in 2015, thanks to the inclusion of $8 million for this project in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) fiscal year 2015 work plan. President Barack Obama’s FY2016 budget also included $7 million for completing the deepening.
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The Halifax Port Authority has entered into a partnership for a new international student internship program with Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University with assistance from the Hong Kong-Canada Business Association Atlantic Section. Through this program, international students at Saint Mary’s University will gain work experience through paid internships at the port authority.
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Demonstrating its capabilities for moving massive project cargos, Port Manatee is handling imports of several heat recovery steam generators, commonly referred to as HSRGs, and other related oversized units destined for expansion of a nearby power plant.
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The Port Authority reports cargo container volumes at the Port of New York and New Jersey set a record in 2014, surpassing the previous record set in 2012.  Port Metro Vancouver experienced a second consecutive year of record cargo volumes in 2014, according to data released late last week by the port authority. Double-digit cargo increases for the second consecutive year are reported by the South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC), with throughput at its Camden (NJ) marine terminals in 2014 jumping by more than 24 percent to 2,264,746 short tons. The Port of Virginia this January experienced a 15 percent jump in container volumes and hefty gains from a year ago as well for rail, barge and truck borne container moves at its Hampton Roads facilities.
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Port Employment Opportunities:
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer – Port of Coos Bay, Oregon
Sales Director – Port of Vancouver

Port Business Opportunity:
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Public Port Press Releases:
2014: A 15th Anniversary Year to Remember – Sept-Îles, Quebec – February 12, 2015
Appointment to Saint John Port Authority Board of Directors – Lisa Keenan –Saint John, New Brunswick – February 11, 2015
Volkswagen selects JAXPORT as Southeastern U.S. Port – Jacksonville, FL – February 11, 2015
New Program Designed to Keep International Students in Nova Scotia – Halifax, Nova Scotia – February 5, 2015

Affiliated Business Press Releases:
Liebherr Mobile Harbour Crane Quartet for Katoen Natie – Nenzing, Austria – February 9, 2015
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