The American Great Lakes Ports Association represents the public port authorities on the United States side of the Great Lakes.
Great Lakes port executives gather at the U.S. Capitol for the Association's first Washington fly-in on March 4-5, 2020.
At the AGLPA 2019 summer meeting. Port of Toledo CEO, Paul Toth, receives a Pacesetter Award from Tom Lavigne, Associate Administrator, Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.
Brown County Executive, Troy Streckenbach, welcomes AGLPA members to Green Bay.
Glad to be in Green Bay for AGLPA annual summer meeting! Go Packers!
In Erie, PA today for the 2018 AGLPA annual summer meeting. Pictured are Port of Toledo CEO, Paul Toth (holding plaque) and VP for Business Development, Joe Cappel (second from left), receiving the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation's Pacesetter Award.
Craig Middlebrook, Acting Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (left) presents the agency's Pacesetter Award to Governor Holcomb and Ports of Indiana Executive Director, Vanta Coda (right).
Maritime industry leaders meet today with Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb at the state capitol in Indianapolis. Glad to have this opportunity to brief the Governor on several issues, including the importance of constructing a new large lock at the Soo.
At the 2019 Great Lakes Waterways Conference. Five Great Lakes port executives speak on the challenges to growing business. Shown are (left-right) Paul LaMarre, Director of the Port of Monroe; Adam Schlicht, Executive Director of the Port of Milwaukee; and Bill Scriber, Executive Director of the Port of Oswego Authority.
At the 2019 Great Lakes Waterways Conference in Cleveland with Colonel Aaron Resigner of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Clayton Harris, Executive Director of the Port of Chicago.
Speaking before community leaders in Muskegon, Michigan, Port of Milwaukee Executive Director, Adam Schlicht, highlights opportunities for cross-lake trade between the two cities.
In Chicago today, co-hosting a stakeholder meeting on Great Lakes cruise activity and U.S. Customs and Border Protection clearance procedures at Great Lakes ports. Many thanks to our partners - the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation and the Conference of Great Lakes Governors and Premiers.
Great Lakes port directors gather in Duluth on July 11th for their annual summer meeting.
Check out our guest editorial advocating for port development in Muskegon.
mlive.com Muskegon's maritime infrastructure is enviable: a harbor at full Seaway depth of 27 feet, seawalls in good condition, land available for future development, and most important - an engaged and supportive community. These attributes should not be taken for granted.
Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur participates in The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership's first Capitol Hill briefing. AGLPA is a proud sponsor of The Partnership - a binational program to promote the benefits of marine transportation in the Great Lakes region.
Monroe Port Director Paul LaMarre briefs media at the 2015 Highway H2O Conference in Toronto.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence meets today with Ports of Indiana Executive Director Rich Cooper and Great Lakes Seaway maritime industry leaders, including Seaway Administrator Betty Sutton; Interlake Steamship Co. President, Mark Barker; American Steamship Co. VP, Mark Pietrocarlo, Fednav CEO, Mark Pathy, and AGLPA Executive Director, Steve Fisher.
Congratulations to Port of Oswego for receiving the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation's Pacesetter Award! Port Chairman Terry Hammill and Port Director Zelko Kirincich receive the award from Administrator Betty Sutton.
Check out the latest issue of Seaway Review magazine and read how Great Lakes ports can be leveraged for economic development.
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