- published: 21 Dec 2010
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The jobs impact from Port of Portland's airports, marine terminals and industrial properties.
The port of Portland is dredging the Columbia river by Longveiw and the Cowlitz river. Port of Portland owns and operates the Dredge Oregon which maintains the Columbia River navigation channel, Dredging the channel provides ships with a safe and reliable transit route. The dredge operates around the clock, typically from June through January each year, working from the Columbia River bar near Astoria and inland to Portland Harbor .
Did you know that the Port of Portland is one of the leading vehicle distribution hubs in North America? We always love working with the Port, especially when they fly us around the city for aerial footage and let us bring out the motorized slider for some awesome time lapse shots!
Presented on November 3, 2000 Mike Thorne, executive director, Port of Portland "Executive Director Mike Thorne's retirement at the end of the year leaves the Port of Portland at a crossroads. Whichever direction it chooses, one thing is certain: the new executive director will have some big shoes to fill. During his 10-year tenure, Thorne oversaw a dramatic evolution of Port operations. The Portland International Airport, export-import marine terminals, and riverfront industrial properties ballooned in size and value. It is a critical time for the Port. The pressures of the area's rapid growth and severe pollution in the Portland harbor will continue to make Port oversight difficult. The new executive director will inherit some controversial issues, including growth at the Portland...
Destination Video for the Port of Portland in Great Britain The Atlantic Alliance is a marketing project bringing together 15 ports along Europe's Atlantic and northern coasts. The member ports range in both physical size and cruise market penetration but aim to encapsulate the "best of Europe in 15 ports". This will be done through a focus on customer service delivering to the cruise lines consistent, common quality soft standards across all member ports. http://www.atlanticalliance.eu/