AAPA Seaports Advisory

American Association of Port Authorities

L.B. Foster Company
Dominion Pipe & Piling
Innovative Signal Analysis provides high performance signal and image processing solutions.

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With favorable approval from the Chief of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and inclusion in the first draft of the House legislation, widening and deepening of Port Canaveral harbor will begin this fall. The Port of Everett Commission voted at its September 10 meeting to accept the Mukilteo Tank Farm from the U.S. Air Force. Port Manatee and The Pasha Group are partnering to develop and market a full-service, multipurpose roll-on/roll-off terminal near the entrance to Tampa Bay.

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Containerized cargo volume at the Port of Long Beach reached 630,292 TEUs in August, a 16 percent increase from a year ago and its highest monthly total since October 2007. The U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation reports U.S. Great Lakes ports spent August working on infrastructure projects and securing new cargo shipments. The Virginia Port Authority reports container throughput at its Hampton Roads terminals totaled 198,329 TEUs in August, up 5.1 percent from a year ago.

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The editors of Graphic Design USA last week notified Washington, D.C.-based Rubin Meyer Communications, creator of AAPA’s new "Endangered Seaports: The Big Picture" infographic, that the illustrated port industry fact sheet will receive a 2013 Certificate of Excellence award, in the Posters classification. The national design award honors outstanding new work by advertising agencies, graphic design firms and in-house graphics departments, spotlighting creativity in print, packaging, point-of-purchase, internet, interactive and motion graphics.

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Strata Systems, Inc.
The Port of Bellingham is partnering with the Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) in an effort to make the Bellingham Bay shoreline more fish friendly. Port Metro Vancouver on September 18 announced two initiatives to improve municipal waterways, including a five-year program to remove derelict structures and vessels from Fraser River municipalities and a planned partnership with the City of Port Moody aimed at ensuring safer, cleaner recreational boating.

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Transportation Security Associates, LLC
Transportation executive Vanta E. Coda II was officially appointed to the position of executive director at the September 19 meeting of the Port Authority Board of Commissioners' meeting in Duluth.

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Washington State Auditors had no issues with the 2012 financial documents pertaining to the Port of Bellingham’s $45 million budget.

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Stinis Holland BV
New Employment Listings:
Environmental Capital Planner - Port of Portland (OR)

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Port Manatee, Pasha Partner to Serve Mexico-Florida Transport of Vehicles - Manatee, Florida

Foltz: GPA Adds Cargo, Customers in FY2013 - Savannah, Georgia

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