As yard equipment and cranes that are more efficient, cleaner, safer and more inter-connected come into service, seaport workforces must be ready too. Labor is..
FROM THE PRESIDENT’S DESK: A Pause in Peak Season Right now, AAPA’s members are in the midst of what has traditionally been “peak season” for ports...
Changes in ship sizes, especially the differences in sizes, are requiring ports to consistently update the way in which these ships are received and processed..
Infrastructure updates continue to change the Western Hemisphere railroad map as well as the scope and scale of train services. In addition, business deals,..
Autonomy, ELD mandates and driver shortages are making headlines, but it is the rising number of fueling options that might have the biggest effect on ports..
Some ports and companies are taking superlatives to a new level. Inspiring and intriguing, it isn’t hard to imagine how they caught our eye as some of the..
Despite the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s embrace of technology, there remains a strong need for a trained, professional workforce at the seaports. To..
Deterioration and corrosion can have a massive effect on a port’s safety, in addition to being debilitating to the bottom line and operations. * By Buddy..
Twenty-five of AAPA’s member seaports earned awards for exemplary communications projects and programs as part of the 52nd annual AAPA Communications Awards..
* Por Sandy Smith * La industria camionera está viviendo cambios monumentales – y se esperan más en el futuro cercano. La tecnología de vehículos..