Seaports Magazine - Spring 2015 - (Page 24)

»FEATURE THE VALUE OF AWARDS FOR PORTS Recognition from the government, community peers and industry partners showcase best practices By Kathy A. Smith R eceiving awards and recognition from peers, regulatory, governmental and community organizations can go a long way to continually improving a port's track record in several areas. "Awards showcase best practices," said Aaron Ellis, public affairs director of the The Port of Los Angeles' LA Waterfront Downtown Harbor Landside and Rail Improvement project, which received the 2014 Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association. 24 AAPA SEAPORTS MAGAZINE

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Seaports Magazine - Spring 2015

AAPA Headquarters
From the President’s Desk
Building a Strong Brand
Laying a Foundation for Success
How Tenants and the Freight Community Bring a Brand to Life
The Value of Awards for Ports
Ensuring Cost-Efficient Transportation to Global Markets
‘Welcome to Our Port’
Port of Port Arthur’s Camp Sea Port Sails into the Future
Advocating Seaports Issues Before Policymakers
Index of Advertisers

Seaports Magazine - Spring 2015