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AAPA Seaports Magazine, December 2018: Behind the Scenes

AAPA Seaports Magazine, December 2018: Behind the Scenes

FROM THE PRESIDENT’S DESK: Ports Behind the Scenes *  By Kurt J. Nagle, President & CEO, American Association of Port..

Bringing Projects to Life

Bringing Projects to Life

To grow, seaports have to selectively invest and update. But they can’t do it alone. They call on firms – ranging from global EPCs..

The Art of the Deal

The Art of the Deal

When it comes to port negotiations, what turns ‘maybe’ into ‘yes’? Sometimes, a seemingly insignificant driver can bring a deal..

Technology: Your New Right Hand?

Technology: Your New Right Hand?

Ports interested in streamlining their operations and encouraging the creation of more transparent, more efficient supply chains for..

The Changing Faces of Leadership

The Changing Faces of Leadership

Ports are embracing diversity in gender and background experience, creating new opportunities and outlooks, especially at the..

AAPA Annual Convention Collage

AAPA Annual Convention Collage

The “Jewel of the Pacific” – Valparaíso, Chile – was the site of the AAPA 107th Annual Convention. Held in October, the event..

PORTS + POLITICS: Maritime Commerce and Growth Rely on a Strong System

PORTS + POLITICS: Maritime Commerce and Growth Rely on a Strong System

Maritime commerce relies not on one single port or terminal, but a system of harbors, ports and waterways that help move goods from..

107 Convención Anual

107 Convención Anual

* Por Tom Hranac * La AAPA se reunió en Sudamérica por primera vez en su historia para celebrar la 107 Convención Anual, del 7 al..

El arte del pacto: Cuando de negociaciones portuarias se trata, ¿qué convierte un ‘quizás’ en un ‘si’?

El arte del pacto: Cuando de negociaciones portuarias se trata, ¿qué convierte un ‘quizás’ en un ‘si’?

* Por Sarah B. Hood * ¿Qué hace que una persona decida firmar un contrato? En veces, un detalle aparentemente insignificante puede..

Tecnología: ¿Tu nueva mano derecha?

Tecnología: ¿Tu nueva mano derecha?

* Por Mary Lou Jay * Los puertos interesados en agilizar sus operaciones y fomentar la creación de cadenas de abastecimiento más..

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