By Sandy Smith PORTS’ POWER AS CONVENERS: SUPPLY CHAIN LEADERSHIP ROLE IS A NATURAL FIT The world of shipping is undergoing a sea change with consolidation,..
By Kurt J. Nagle, President & CEO, AAPA LEADING THE SUPPLY CHAIN FROM WITHIN Sometimes it’s hard to see from end to end of the supply chain. Take a..
By Michael Fickes FAST ACT IMPACT The FAST Act has provided $11 billion to build a freight transportation network. Connecting seaports to highways is a key..
By Candace Gibson FOLLOWING UP ON THE FUNDING TRAIL There are many reasons a port seeks funding for improvement projects. Perhaps its highway arteries are..
By Lori Musser INFRASTRUCTURE COORDINATION: COMPETING GLOBALLY, ACTING LOCALLY It is a tall order. Nations rely on seaports to improve national..
By Meredith Martino A DIGITAL VISION OF LEADERSHIP: USING TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE THE SUPPLY CHAIN IN LOS ANGELES Ports are used to competing with one another..
By Tom Hranac XXV LATIN AMERICAN CONGRESS OF PORTS AAPA celebrated a milestone by bringing together a record number of industry leaders for its 25th annual..
¡Esto es éxito! Puertos miembros de AAPA comparten sus historias de éxito El éxito puede ser interpretado de muchas formas. No sólo tiene que ver con..
Each issue of AAPA Seaports Magazine is available in an interactive digital edition. Read online, anytime! With the digital edition of AAPA Seaports Magazine,..
Success can be interpreted in all kinds of ways. It doesn’t just pertain to bottom lines or TEUs or crane capacity. In this article, AAPA member ports..