Port Executive Roundtable
Changes in port leadership bring new viewpoints, approaches, energy
Diversification has been a theme in the Great Lakes/Seaway system in recent years as ports look to expand their business. In order to prepare for new cargoes and ships, there needs to be more investment in infrastructure and business development.
In 2018, there was a significant shift in regional port leadership. In this special section, we ask these new and relocated port directors about their roles and approaches to increasing the system’s competitiveness, including:
- Evolving trade patterns
- Current tariffs
- Increasing costs
- Port-specific solutions
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- Provide thoughtful analysis
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