Seaports Magazine - Winter 2014 - (Page 14)

»FEATURE OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND FOR PORTS AMID SHIFTING TRADE LANES Growing markets, shifting manufacturing centers and major infrastructure projects keep global trade lanes in flux By Meredith Martino 14 AAPA SEAPORTS MAGAZINE E ight years ago, AAPA hosted a workshop in partnership with the U.S. Maritime Administration designed to give attendees a look at "Shifting International Trade Routes," especially those anticipated to occur because of the newly-begun expansion of the Panama Canal. The program proved extremely popular, and AAPA has repeated the program in Tampa, FL, each January since then. It has become a staple in AAPA's

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Seaports Magazine - Winter 2014

AAPA Headquarters
From the President’s Desk
What Will Ports Look Like in the Future?
Opportunities Abound for Ports Amid Shifting Trade Lanes
The Port Executive of the Future
Port of Houston Hosts Seaport Leaders for AAPA’S Annual Convention
Always Striving for Excellence
U.S. Must Continue to Strengthen Port and Waterways Infrastructure
Winners Honored in AAPA’s 2014 IT, Environmental Improvement and Communications Awards Programs
Keeping your Cyber Systems Healthy Now and in the Future
Why You Should Love Your Local Environmentalist
U.S. Needs to Play ‘Catch Up’ on Infrastructure Investment
Index of Advertisers

Seaports Magazine - Winter 2014