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Bomar up at Port of Vancouver USA

The Port of Vancouver USA has appointed Mike Bomar as its director of economic development.

Bomar previously served as president of the Columbia River Economic Development Council, led the Southwest Washington Contractors Association, and worked in government affairs for the Building Industry Association of Clark County.

When Bomar joins on May 1, his responsibilities will include: sustaining strategic partnerships, developing economic and job opportunities, while enhancing regional prosperity through commercial and industrial development, transportation and land use planning.

www.portvanusa.com

Bomar up at Port of Vancouver USA

April 20 - The Port of Vancouver USA has appointed Mike Bomar as its director of economic development.

Bomar previously served as president of the Columbia River Economic Development Council, led the Southwest Washington Contractors Association, and worked in government affairs for the Building Industry Association of Clark County.

When Bomar joins on May 1, his responsibilities will include: sustaining strategic partnerships, developing economic and job opportunities, while enhancing regional prosperity through commercial and industrial development, transportation and land use planning.

www.portvanusa.com

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Peel Ports invests in Great Yarmouth

February 19 - The UK’s port of Great Yarmouth, part of the Peel Ports group, has taken delivery of an LHM280 mobile harbour crane from Liebherr.
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Record unit at Bilbao

February 15 - The port of Bilbao, Spain, has loaded its heaviest-ever cargo: a 2,450-ton (2,223-tonne) ship-to-shore (STS) crane.
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Blue Water appointed at Anaklia

February 12 - Anaklia Development Consortium (ADC) is investing USD2.5 billion to develop a deepsea port at Anaklia, Georgia.
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FMT extends Indiana-Burns agreement

February 11 - The port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, located in the USA, has extended its partnership with stevedore and marine terminal operating company, Federal Marine Terminals (FMT), until at least 2023.
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