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Brainstorming With Adaptive Learning

Changing times call for changes in how we learn. Simulation, webinars and virtual lessons are all examples of how the port industry is adapting to changing times and technology to pursue self-improvement.

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Staying One Step Ahead of Cyberattacks

Ports are shoring up against ransomware and cyberattacks, as the increasing frequency and sophistication of attacks represent a top security concern and the threats are constantly evolving.

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Ports Are Vital to U.S. Dairy’s Vitality

Guest Article: To read this article in the full digital version of Seaports, click here. By Krysta Harden, President and CEO, U.S. Dairy Export Council Outside the food and agriculture sector, not many people realize just how much U.S. dairy farmers and manufacturers rely on export markets – nor how much the world depends on the United States to provide ...

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Anchorage Daily News: Our Ports Need Investment Now

Carl Uchytil Chris Connor Mario Cordero By Carl Uchytil, Port Director, Port of Juneau Chris Connor, President & CEO, AAPA Mario Cordero, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach; Chairman, AAPA On August 10, the U.S. Senate passed an important $1.3 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package. During the process, AAPA members and staff were actively engaged with lawmakers to ensure that ports ...

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Powering Workforces with Partnerships

Ports continue to forge deep connections with industry partners, labor unions, government, schools and communities to ensure a talented, upskilled and diverse workforce for the future.

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