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AAPA has launched a new online career center to better serve both job seekers and port/maritime industry employers. The new site, which replaces AAPA’s previous career opportunities webpage, is a full-service career center. It allows job seekers to post resumes, sort jobs by location or category, and save jobs of interest in an online account. Employers can create organization profile pages that are used for all of their listings – including the port or company’s description, logo, and employment policies – and search resumes posted by job seekers.
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The Trois-Rivières Port Authority (TRPA) held its annual general meeting on June 5, during which Mr. Cléo Marchand, chairman of the board of the TRPA, shared the ways that 2014 was an exceptional year for the Port.
 
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Port of Long Beach
Exports through JAXPORT are expected to increase 10 percent as northeast Florida company Vac-Con expands to meet increased global demand for its trucks, which are used in cleaning and excavation projects.
 
 
Pasha Automotive Services has a short-term agreement with The Port of Virginia to use Newport News Marine Terminal to stage vehicles – specifically Jeep’s Renegade – imported from Italy. 
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Taking another key step in forming The Northwest Seaport Alliance, commissioners from the ports of Tacoma and Seattle voted Friday to submit a final agreement to the Federal Maritime Commission for approval.

The American Great Lakes Ports Association, in partnership with the Lake Carriers’ Association, Fednav Limited, and the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, have jointly sponsored a new bi-national public affairs program called The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership.

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Green Marine awarded its environmental performance certificates to more than 80 maritime companies, including the Port of New Orleans, during its GreenTech 2015 conference held in Seattle, Washington.

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