In this issue…(View the e-mail version of APP E-news)
- APP welcomes Innovative Manufacturing as newest member
- Editorial line-up filling up fast for January’s Pacific Ports Magazine
- Member News:
- Port of Newport authorizes Rogue lease amendment
- Columbia Cascade Ninety-Nines bring airmarking to Scappoose Industrial Airpark
- Port Alberni Port Authority announces 2021 port charges and tariffs
- Lynker project now also benefits at-risk community
- EA makes the first in a series of three management team promotion announcements
- Anchor QEA Blog: Redeveloping ports to support offshore wind energy
- Port’s partnership brings awareness to impacts of plastic marine debris
- New virtual photography program offered by Port of Long Beach
- Marine industry job opportunities from Shey Harding
- Albion Marine Solutions October update
- Great Lakes Dredge & Dock moves headquarters to Houston
- Port of San Diego Master Plan update reaches next major milestone
APP welcomes Innovative Manufacturing as newest member
The APP is pleased to announce that Innovative Manufacturing Inc. is the latest company to join as an Associate Member. Specializing in a wide range of anti-corrosion, insulation, sealing and repair products, Innovative’s Marine Division Manager, Adam Eweida, saw a fit with the APP given their worldwide distribution.
“The global cost of corrosion has been estimated to be as much as $2.5 trillion and the marine industry accounts for roughly 20 per cent of that figure,” he said, quoting a study from the NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) International and adding that the same study found a saving of 15 to 35 per cent of the cost of damage with the implementation of corrosion preventative measures. “The marine industry is especially vulnerable to corrosion as harsh ocean conditions result in compromised metal surfaces. Innovative Manufacturing provides solutions to protect against these deteriorating effects, especially for infrastructure like marine pilings.”
Editorial line-up filling up fast for January’s Pacific Ports Magazine
While we’re disappointed we won’t be meeting in Saipan in January for the APP Winter Conference (now cancelled due to COVID-19), work on the January issue of Pacific Ports Magazine is well underway!
If you haven’t yet heard from Philippe Critot, APP’s Sales & Marketing Rep, you will soon (or you can contact him directly at: +1 323-660-5459 (office) or +1 323-578-2452 (cell) / email@example.com).
Space for editorial is filling up fast. If you have an interesting idea for an article, please contact Jane McIvor (the sooner the better). Not a writer? That’s okay, we’re very comfortable with writing and can work with you to develop a high-quality article (contact Jane at +1 604-893-8800 (office) or +1 604-418-8546 (cell) / firstname.lastname@example.org).
Here’s a sample of topics on our editorial line-up so far:
- Port State Control: A common means of effective regulation
- International Harbour Masters Association: New President Yoss Leclerc outlines priorities
- Win/win: reducing greenhouse gases while improving equipment performance (BNAC Environmental Solutions)
- WSP project profile: Vancouver Harbour’s Centerm Expansion Project
- Port projects so far:
- Port Alberni Port Authority
- Port of Skagit
- Port of Newport (tentative)
Again, contact Jane McIvor for editorial:
+1 604-893-8800 (office) or +1 604-418-8546 (cell) / email@example.com.
Contact Philippe Critot for marketing and advertising:
+1 323-660-5459 (office) or +1 323-578-2452 (cell) / firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the APP Port Planner for 2021 for deadlines, rates and details.
Port of Newport authorizes Rogue lease amendment
November 2, 2020 — After dangling their toes in the water, Rogue Ales and Spirits is taking the next step toward offering outdoor food and drink at its House of Spirits location. On Tuesday, the Port Commission entertained and ultimately approved the necessary modification to Rogue’s lease of the property.
As part of the agreed upon lease amendment, the House of Spirits will now include 950 square feet of outdoor area located on the west side of the building, giving patrons a spectacular view of the Yaquina Bay Bridge and South Beach marina.
Columbia Cascade Ninety-Nines bring airmarking to Scappoose Industrial Airpark
November 2, 2020 – For the first time in many years, pilots can be confident they have arrived overhead the Scappoose Industrial Airpark, thanks to a freshly painted airmarking near the runway.
On Saturday, Oct. 31, 20 volunteers from the Columbia Cascade Chapter of the Ninety-Nines spelled out “SCAPPOOSE” in 20-foot white letters on the west side ramp near Taxiway B.
Port Alberni Port Authority announces 2021 port charges and tariffs
October 30, 2020 — Pursuant to section 51 of the Canada Marine Act, notice is given that effective January 1, 2021, the Port Alberni Port Authority will be holding berthage fees, direct transfer fee and harbour dues. Further information containing details about the proposal may be obtained from the Port Alberni Port Authority on request.
Lynker project now also benefits at-risk community
October 29, 2020 — As this year’s bottomfish fishery-independent survey comes to a close, the fishermen participating in the survey have met the challenges of the pandemic to once again produce an incredibly robust data set. The bottomfish caught during the survey which are highly prized by local community are normally provided as bio-samples to the life history staff at the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center for use in the fishery stock assessment, but only the otoliths (bones in the ears that can be used to determine age) and the gonads are all that is necessary for analysis while the fillets are discarded. In an effort to give back to the community in some small way, Lynker has piloted a program to donate the fillets from bottomfish bio-samples to help feed the local community, which has become a case study in ‘ohana’.
EA makes the first in a series of three management team promotion announcements
October 29, 2020 — EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., PBC (EA), a leading provider of interdisciplinary environmental services, recently promoted 17 company veterans to the position of Vice President. In this, the first in a series of three announcements, we highlight 7 officer appointments within our Client Programs structure. EA’s Client Programs professionals provide company-wide programmatic expertise to EA’s client base spanning the Federal, State and Local, and Private Sectors, as well as service expertise across key emergent and established service lines. The promotions were made possible by EA’s continued growth as an employee-owned firm and reflect the career advancement opportunities available to EA’s employee-owners.
Anchor QEA Blog: Redeveloping ports to support offshore wind energy
By Walter Dinicola, Anchor QEA Principal Engineer
October 29, 2020 — Offshore wind is a rapidly maturing renewable energy technology that is poised to play an important role in future energy systems along the coastline. If the United States is to fully develop its offshore wind energy potential, the right port infrastructure is critical. More and more coastal communities are advancing port infrastructure ventures as they compete to become centers of economic activity for the future of the offshore wind energy industry.
On a fundamental level, there are several key areas in which a port can focus its harbor strategies to be successful in supporting offshore wind farm development. As a newer industry, however, offshore wind energy calls for specialized equipment, services, and labor that ports will have to adapt to in order to be operational. Identifying the needs of the industry helps clarify the port-related requirements for offshore wind energy development and the potential utilization of available ports.
Port’s partnership brings awareness to impacts of plastic marine debris
October 29, 2020 — Cleaning beaches, saving birds, recycling resources – all in a day’s work for a special partnership of conservationists, supply chain entities and a resource reclamation firm.
This innovative effort to remove plastic waste from the environment and reclaim it as a fuel source is demonstrating the power and versatility of the supply chain.
Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawaii in Honolulu is working to protect albatrosses and other marine birds by collecting discarded plastic bottle caps.
New virtual photography program offered by Port of Long Beach
October 26, 2020 — Photoworks free online workshop series to connect amateurs, pros…
In collaboration with the Arts Council for Long Beach, the Port of Long Beach is launching PhotoWorks, a free, online workshop for those who would like to hone their photography skills under the guidance of professional photographers.
The program will run from November 2020 through March 2021, with a workshop and keynote speaker each month, and will take place online in a Facebook group hosted by the Port and the Arts Council.
Marine industry job opportunities from Shey Harding
October 23, 2020 — Shey Harding has posted a number of opportunities for employment in the marine industry. Click on any link below to be directed to more information.
Summary: Reporting to the Area Associate Director, the Labor Relations Associate will require a proficiency in labor contract administration, which may include negotiations, benefits administration, forecasting manpower needs, grievance investigation and resolution, including arbitration.
Albion Marine Solutions October update
October 23, 2020 — Albion Marine Solutions has been busy with projects around the world…
October 5: Albion Marine Solutions team has successfully completed 3D Scan for BWTS upgrading & scrubber retrofit for two vessels in USA. As the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down, our team has been ready to work. We have been of great support to our clients, colleagues and business partners during this crisis.
October 8: Albion Marine Solutions team is currently performing an onsite supervision and assisting one of our major clients with a ballast water treatment retrofit in a Singapore shipyard. The project is going along smoothly, despite COVID-19 challenges and restrictions.
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock moves headquarters to Houston
October 22, 2020 — Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. (NASDAQ: GLDD) has announced it is moving its corporate headquarters to Houston, the latest milestone for what began in 1890 as a fledgling Chicago marine construction firm and has since grown into the country’s largest provider of dredging services.
The company – whose industrial might has helped create, shape and restore many of America’s biggest ports, harbors and shorelines – operates on every domestic coastline and throughout many inland U.S. waterways, with an expansive fleet of specialized dredging vessels. It also has performed extensive international operations, mostly in the Middle East.
Port of San Diego Master Plan update reaches next major milestone
October 20, 2020 — Continuing robust public outreach efforts for its Port Master Plan Update (PMPU) process, the Port of San Diego invites the public to review and provide feedback on the Revised Draft PMPU.
The PMPU has something for everyone who enjoys San Diego Bay. A major milestone, this latest draft considers and reflects extensive and valuable community input received on the Discussion Draft released in April 2019. At this step, the Port encourages and welcomes additional public feedback and looks forward to continued community engagement that is so essential to this process.