New survey by Martin Associates and study by AAPA look at the economic value of ports and critical need for infrastructure investment in the future By AAPA..
Technology trends in automation are changing how work is done at ports and terminals By Kathy A. Smith As automation begins to play a larger role at port..
By Lori Musser Brute strength and a cast-iron stomach were prerequisites for a port or maritime job in days gone by, but today’s employees are more likely to..
The legislation, passed in May 2014, opened the door to new infrastructure projects and job growth By Nina Rao When the Water Resources Reform and Development..
Port Saint John President and CEO Jim Quinn has deep roots in the port, the community and AAPA By Sarah Sain Jim Quinn jokes that he has saltwater in his..
Ports recognize that who they are and what they stand for is as critical as how they look By Meredith Martino Many ports live and die by their numbers:..
Corporate social responsibility projects throughout Latin America set the region on a course for success By Tom Hranac While port operations remain and will..
Recognition from the government, community peers and industry partners showcase best practices By Kathy A. Smith Receiving awards and recognition from peers,..
View past digital editions of AAPA Seaports beginning with the Spring 2013 issue on our archives page. All issues after Spring 2013 are available in an..
Securing Seaports: A Shared Responsibility Safe and secure seaport facilities are fundamental to protecting national borders and citizens, for moving goods..