Ports are capturing opportunities all along the LNG supply chain, from liquefaction or regasification plants, to marine terminals, bulk and ISO-container..
FROM THE PRESIDENT’S DESK: Ports Focus on the Future — To be at a port is to witness motion. Vehicles and equipment, people and cargo, ocean waves and..
It has become increasingly challenging to be ‘all things to all people.’ Ports need to identify their strengths to pinpoint the areas where they can grow..
API Puerto Vallarta caters solely to cruise ships and tourists, but manages to make it work – partially due to its relationships with other ports on the..
Bringing the Outside In: Professionals Come to Ports with Experience, Inspiration from Non-Maritime Industries
In the last decade or so, more and more port executives have come from major shipping lines. But tapping into human capital from outside the port or shipping..
Large scale port infrastructure projects are time-consuming and expensive, but taking the right steps up front can reduce costs, shorten timetables and..
The constantly shifting landscape of world energy production is having an impact on every sector, as new technologies emerge and social priorities evolve. For..
America’s more than 300 ports are a vital part of a strong and healthy economy connecting manufacturers, businesses and farmers to the global marketplace and..
As much as individual ports may differ, major changes in the world shipping market have required changes in how all ports view themselves and their competitive..
Winning Is Not the Same as Succeeding — AAPA’s Spring Conference began this year on the night of the NCAA men’s basketball championship. For sports..