Seaports Magazine

Cambiando la cara de la industria portuaria: La fase de recuperación de la COVID-19

Por Lori Musser Como el cambio trae muchas oportunidades, los puertos marítimos tienen un año extraordinario por delante. Luego de ajustarse a los diversos factores estresantes que estropearon sus planes estratégicos cuidadosamente ideados en 2020, incluyendo la peor crisis de salubridad pública en un siglo, los puertos ahora están aplicando y afinando soluciones innovadoras. Aunque el sistema de transportes ha ...

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Noticias sobre dragado

Por Sandy Smith Las operaciones de dragado rutinarias, aunque nunca repetitivas, son un gran reto para los puertos, y los alienta a trabajar, comunicarse, planificar y perseverar juntos. En el Puerto de Alaska, el dragado es un acontecimiento anual. Bajo un contrato financiado por el Cuerpo de Ingenieros del Ejército de los Estados Unidos, más de veintiocho mil metros cúbicos ...

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PORTS + POLITICS: Cruise Ships Are a Vital Part of Our Economy and Regional Security

Restarting the cruise industry, with proper safety protocols in place, is an integral part of ensuring the massive trade and cargo operations continue to thrive to and from PortMiami – and the rest of the Western Hemisphere – as the cruise industry could help restore some of the fragile economies that are finally beginning to regain stability. By U.S. Congresswoman ...

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Q1 2021 Seaports Magazine: A Fresh Start for Ports

The theme of this issue is A Fresh Start for Ports. Just as many of us are adjusting to a new type of normal, ports are as well. But, they are also taking this opportunity to reimagine what opportunities will present themselves in the future and are adjusting plans accordingly. Features take a look at what ports have done over ...

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Future-Proofing Your Cybersecurity and IT Talent Development Strategy

By Katie Adams In the space of only a few months, COVID-19 has accelerated virtually every organization’s approach to critical areas of operations. As seaports and their multimodal transportation, distribution and logistics (TDL) sector partners and tenants evaluate long-term investments required to ensure that personnel is safe to work they are also re-evaluating their approach to talent pipeline development. “COVID ...

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PORTS + POLITICS: Precious Cargo

By Ed Royce, Policy Director, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck In a 1938 fireside chat, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt told Americans, “To reach a port we must set sail. Sail, not tie at anchor. Sail, not drift.” He was pitching his vision for defeating the Great Depression. Today, FDR’s words could take on a more literal meaning. The ports he spoke ...

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DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE: AAPA’s 2020 Communications Competition

In these fun photos, get a glimpse at the personalities that make for award-winning communications teams at American Association of Port Authorities member ports that earned recognition in AAPA’s 54th annual Communications Awards Program. Also, all winning entries are included on the Communications Awards Program web page. The recipients of the 2020 Award of Overall Communications Excellence trophies — the ...

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Behind the Scenes, Q2 2020

Alternative Fuel Tax Credit Retroactively Extended for Propane Forklifts NOAA Joins OceanX to Advance Ocean Exploration and Mapping Virtual AAPA Security Seminar in July YMI: New Study Details Importance of American Maritime Industry to National Security Read More…

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