(Click above for video)PRPA Chairman, Gerard H. Sweeney
discusses the importance of seaports and the
• New Services to Heat up Reefer
Cargo Growth at Philadelphia Port
• Major US Meat Exporter
Switches from West Coast to
• State-Sponsored Intermodal
Incentive Program to Encourage Container Activity
• Port Reports Big Gains in
Initial 2015 Cargo Activity
IMPACT: México, Colombia, Perú
Opening Doors to the Pacific
2015 - 2017
Trade Mission Information and
For more info, visit the IMPACT Project's website
I-95 Revive and Traffic Information for Port Phila. Truckers
Have you heard our current
Port Philadelphia radio spot?
(L - R) Sean Mahoney, PRPA; Pam Martin, Molimar Export Consultant;
First Secretary of
the Cuban Interests Section
in Washington, D.C.
Juan Lamiqueiro Leon, Deputy
Chief of the Section; and Robert Blackburn, PRPA
Senator Robert Casey, Jr
visits Packer Avenue Marine Terminal to discuss port activity
and the Delaware River Channel Deepening Project
Senator Casey with PRPA Executive Director
James T. McDermott Jr., terminal operator Leo
Jerry Sweeney at Packer Avenue Marine Terminal - Port of Philadelphia.
Senator Casey (D-PA) touted the value of port activity and discussed his continued support of the Delaware
Deepening Project, along with
the project's 2017 completion goals.
Now Accepting Applications
or More Centralized Examination
All applications must be received
by 5:00 PM on June 1, 2015
Port of Philadelphia Reports Stunning 16% Jump in Cargo in 2014
Port Sees Fifth Consecutive Year of
Live: Interactive Ports Map
View Ships Along the Delaware River
Nearly $100 million committed
to Delaware River
The Delaware River Deepening Project will receive a record $97.5 million
in federal funding this year
in 2016 to continue deepening
the channel to 45 feet.
The project is moving forward
rapidly, with full
Obama Administration in
Washington and the
Administration in Harrisburg.
The channel deepening not only
allows the Port of Philadelphia to maintain its competitiveness for
global maritime commerce, it opens doors for new opportunities and the cargoes and jobs that go with them.
Photo of the Month
Packer Ave Marine Terminal, April 2015APL Shanghai brought imports
from the West Coast of South America
Port Philadelphia and shipped
US exports back to Panama,
Colombia, Chile and Peru.
Philadelphia Port Terminal Development Opportunity
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