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NEW! Major US Meat Importer
Switches from West Coast to
Port Philadelphia

One of the largest meat companies in the world
has switched significant export volumes from
U.S. West Coast ports to Port Philadelphia. [...]

PRPA Announces Availability of
State-Sponsored Intermodal
Incentive Program to Encourage Container Activity at the
Port of Philadelphia

Intermodel Cargo Growth
Program Application

Port also Reports Big Gains in
Initial 2015 Cargo Activity

— Michael Lang Supply Chain Manager, Logistics Blommer Chocolates

Discussing recent West Coast port slowdown
with his staff.

IMPACT: México, Colombia, Perú
and Chile
: Opening Doors to the Pacific
Alliance Countries

2015 - 2017

Trade Mission Information and Participation Agreement

For more info, visit the IMPACT Project's website

President of Chile Makes First Visit to Philadelphia1/20/15

Pictured: PRPA Director of Communications Joseph Menta, President Bachelet, and Robert Palaima, President of Delaware River Stevedores Inc.

Port's Tioga Terminal Sees
Very Busy Two Weeks

“We enjoy seeing this level of activity, and are well equipped to handle it. With our new wood pulp account, days with multiple vessels are a more
regular occurrence.”

Pat KryszczakDelaware River Stevedores, Inc. Terminal Manager at Tioga Marine Terminal

New Automated Commercial
Environment (ACE) Cargo Release

Policy for NonAutomated Container Frieght Station (CFS), Bonded Warehouse and Terminal Facilities

Port of Philadelphia Reports Stunning 16% Jump in Cargo in 2014

Fibria Cellulose brought over 350,000 tons over
paper pulp to Tioga Marine Terminal in 2014

Port Sees Fifth Consecutive Year of
Double-Digit Cargo Growth

Philadelphia Port Terminal Development Opportunity

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to view video

Fact Sheet | Guidelines

Find more about Weather in Philadelphia, PA


Live: Interactive Ports Map

View Ships Along the Delaware River
in Philadelphia

Port Fact

Nearly $100 million committed
Delaware River Channel
Deepening Project

The Delaware River Main Stem Channel Deepening Project will receive a record $97.5 million in federal funding this year and in 2016 to continue deepening
the channel to 45 feet. The project is moving forward rapidly, and has the full
support of the Obama Administration in Washington and the Wolf Administration in Harrisburg.

The deepening of the shipping channel 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

PRPA Works in Rain or Shine,
Hot or Cold!

Tioga Marine Terminal (TMT) was busy February 25th when temperatures
reached 9 degrees.

Among the cargos unloaded that bitter cold day
were paper pulp and steel. Project cargoes were
also loaded for export, again demonstrating
Tioga's ability to get the job done in
difficult conditions.

2014 AAPA Communications Program "Award of Distinction" in Video winner for PRPA's Revolutionary Change video

Spotlight Interviews

Marco - mango exporter talks with Sean.JPG

Proud Member of the
Richmond Corridor Association

Gerard H. Sweeney, Chairman
James T. McDermott Jr., Executive Director
Robert C. Blackburn, Senior Deputy Executive Director
John F. Dempsey, Deputy Executive Director

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