» Maritime - Port Authorities
  • Coalition for Secure Ports - The Coalition's mission is to educate policymakers and the public on the significant progress made to improve maritime security since the tragic events of 9/11, and to advocate for further actions by the U.S. government - in cooperation with private sector stakeholders - to enhance port and cargo chain security
  • AAPA - American Association of Port Authorities
  • Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority - The Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority (DWCPA) was established to plan, develop, and promote Detroit as a freight transportation and distribution hub for U.S. Midwest and southwestern Ontario businesses and their customers and vendors, for the purpose of fostering economic growth in the City of Detroit, Wayne County, and the State of Michigan
  • Georgia Ports Authority - Created in 1945 by an act of the Georgia state legislature, the Georgia Ports Authority is an instrumentality of the State of Georgia and a public corporation existing for the express purpose of developing, maintaining and operating ocean and inland river ports within the state. While fostering international trade for state and local communities, the Georgia Ports Authority promotes Georgia's agricultural, industrial and natural resources and is dedicated to maintaining the natural quality of the environment
  • Port of Everett - The Port of Everett can handle a small 25 foot sailboat as well as a 1,000 foot container
    ship with comprehensive loading and unloading facilities, a full service marina, stores, restaurants and more!
  • Port of Corpus Christi - Strategically located along the Texas coast on the Gulf of Mexico, the Port of Corpus Christi provides modern, multi-purpose facilities that are ideal for a variety of cargoes
  • Port Canaveral - Central Florida's gateway to the Atlantic and the world's only quadramodal port