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Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

Economics Research Associates.

Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

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Published in Los Angeles, Ca .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harbors -- Oregon -- Portland.,
  • Harbors -- Oregon -- Portland -- Economic aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKrekorian, Gene P., Oregon. Port of Portland Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14351645M

    “The mission of the Port of Portland is to enhance the region’s economy and quality of life by providing efficient cargo and air passenger access to national and global markets, and by promoting industrial development.” 4 Marine Terminals. 3 Airports. 5 Business Parks. PORT OF PORTLAND. Oakland, Calif. – Ma The Port of Oakland and Oakland International Airport will remain operational despite an Alameda County shelter-in-place order. Both facilities are essential services exempt from the order, the Port said today. The Port’s announcement followed shelter-in-place orders issued by six Bay Area counties. The orders are intended to slow the. The Port of Portland needs to diversify to compete. The Port of Portland's troubled Terminal 6 should not count on a revival of the weekly, trans-Pacific container service by multiple carriers it Author: Dees Stribling.


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Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland. by Economics Research Associates. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE PORT OF BALTIMORE, 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Port of Baltimore is a 50 foot deep-water port located on the Chesapeake Bay and consists of public marine terminals owned by the Maryland Port Administration (MPA) as well as private marine Size: KB.

economic impacts of the Port’s Industrial and Business Parks2. The impact analysis is based on a telephone survey of marine, airport and real estate tenants and Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

book providing services to the marine terminals and airports. The Economic Impact of the Piscataqua River and the Ports of Portsmouth and Newington 4 England and ports in New York, Florida, Virginia, and Maryland have made significant investments to accommodate these larger vessels.

The Port of Portsmouth has different features that currently limit the size of the ships that can navigate. Martin Associates was retained by the Port of Portland to prepare a study that presents the economic impacts Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

book the terminals and firms located within Portland Harbor. Key findings include: Approximat direct, induced and indirect jobs are supported by the Portland Working Harbor. Nea jobs are directly created by the firms located within the Portland Working Harbor. Martin Associates was retained by the Port of Portland to prepare a study that presents the economic impacts of the terminals and firms located within Portland Harbor.

Key findings include: Approximat direct, induced and indirect jobs are supported by the Portland Working Harbor. economic impacts generated by maritime activity at the Port of Portland. This study focuses on impacts generated by marine cargo handled at private and public marine facilities in the harbor area of the Port of Portland.

Impacts are estimated in terms of jobs, personal earnings, business revenue. THE LOCAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE PORT OF PORTLAND, FISCAL YEAR 1 Summary of the Economic Impacts Created by The Port of Portland The Port of Portland is a multi-modal port, overseeing both seaport and airport operations.

The Port owns and operates marine terminals along the Columbia River, Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

book in. private marine terminals located within the The public marine terminals are those owned by the Port of Corpus Christi Authority and include the Corpus Christi Public Elevator, the Public Bulk Terminal Docks 1 and 2, the Public Oil Docks, and the Public General Cargo Docks.

Ports Port The term generally refers to places alongside navigable water (e.g., oceans, rivers, or lakes) with facilities for the loading and unloading of passengers or cargo from ships, ferries, and other commercial vessels.

These facilities may be operated by different entities including state or local public port authorities, private terminal operators, and federal agencies. Washington is the most trade-dependent state in the nation, with 40 percent of jobs related to international trade.

The Port of Tacoma is considered one of the region's economic engines. A study released in highlighted the economic impact of the Port's real estate and marine. The Economic Impact Study of the Port of Boston is based on a telephone survey of port tenants and firms providing services to the marine terminals, Community economic impact of the marine terminals of the Port of Portland.

book vessels and associated passengers, and seafood processing operations. Telephone interviews were used to achieve a greater than 95 percent response Size: KB. THE LOCAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE PORT OF PORTLAND, MARTIN ASSOCIATES Page 6 Table E-1B Summary of the Economic Impacts of the Portland Harbor and Aviation System Regional maritime and aviation activity suppor total jobs in the local economy.

41, jobs are directly created by marine cargo and airport activity. The Port of Portland owns 4, acres of airport property, acres of marine terminals, 5, acres of industrial property and acres of mitigation lands in the state of Oregon.

Ownership spans from Troutdale in East Multnomah County to Hillsboro in Washington County, as well as marine terminals on the Columbia and Willamette Size: 4MB.

The Economic Impact of the Portland Harbor only included the economic impacts of the service providers and marine terminals and tenants that were dependent on the use of the marine terminals to ship and receive cargo.

Port of Portland N.E. Airport Way Portland, OR Email Us or Additional Contact Info. Mailing Address: P.O. Box Portland, OR. THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PORT OF TACOMA. PREPARED FOR: THE PORT OF TACOMA. 1 Sitcum Way. Tacoma, WA () PREPARED BY: MARTIN ASSOCIATES.

Wheatland Ave., Ste. Lancaster, PA () Septem THE LOCAL & REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE PORT OF CORPUS CHRISTI 5 Specifically, the marine cargo facilities at the Port of Corpus Christi generated the following impacts in the State of Texas in 76, jobs in Texas are in some way related to the cargo moving via the public and private marine terminals at the Port of Corpus Size: KB.

THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PORT OF HARLINGEN PREPARED FOR: Port of Harlingen Authority E. Port Rd Harlingen, TX PREPARED BY: MARTIN ASSOCIATES Wheatland Ave., Ste. Lancaster, PA () J The container market at the Port of Montreal has been growing for more than 50 years.

The MPA has been planning a new container terminal on its Contrecœur property to support the growth of the container market in Quebec and Eastern Canada. Estimated economic benefits: Close to 5, jobs during construction/one-time Impact on GDP: $ million. THE LOCAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF JACKSONVILLE PORT AUTHORITY Page 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Martin Associates was retained by the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) to estimate the economic impacts generated by marine cargo activity at the public and private marine terminals located within the Jacksonville Port District.

Port Freeport is a leading economic catalyst for the Texas Gulf Coast. The port currently ranks 19th among U.S. ports in international cargo tonnage handled. With a current channel of foot depth, soon to be widened and deepened, just 3 miles from open Gulf of Mexico waters, Port Freeport is achieving remarkable results, enjoying growth at a.

For every direct job, NWSA marine cargo activities support an additional jobs across the Washington state economy. About the study. The economic impact study was completed in by Community Attributes Inc., a Seattle-based research agency that specializes in community and economic development, strategic planning and nonprofit advisory.

The Port of Portland’s Marine Operations: The Local Economic Benefits of Worldwide Trade 2 Figure 1. Map of Portland Harbor and Port of Portland Terminals Source: Port of Portland The Portland Harbor sits at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.

It extends upstream on the Willamette River to the Steel Bridge, and upstream on the. The port is the heart, the soul, and to a large extent, the muscle of a dynamic city.

From container ships to luxury cruise ships, Portland's harbor can handle the largest seagoing vessels. At the same time, the harbor is dotted with ferries and colorful pleasure boats. Portland is home to a working waterfront, but it also has a playful side. All Port of Portland marine security badge holders must read and understand the escort provisions.

Even those with a marine security badge must have their TWIC in hand to access secure areas of the marine terminals. The only areas of the terminals where a TWIC is not required are the administration buildings at T-2 and T THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MARINE CARGO AT THE PORTS OF TACOMA AND SEATTLE I.

OVERVIEW OF THE ANALYSIS AND SUMMARY OF RESULTS Martin Associates was retained by the Ports of Tacoma and Seattle to measure the combined local and regional economic impacts generated by maritime activity at the marine terminals owned and leased by the two ports.

The Economic Impacts of the Port of Chicago 1 A report entitled The Economic Impacts of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Systemwas published on Octo (The report is available at ) Martin Associates of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was retained to prepare this study by a consortium of Canadian and U.S.

Great Lakes. THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PORT OF SEATTLE Page 2 1, firms providing services to the Seattle seaport operations, real estate tenants, and Sea-Tac International Airport. A greater than 98 percent coverage of the firms in the Seattle seaport and airport community has been achieved, underscoring the defensibility of the study.

The impacts can. Economic activity due to the movement of marine cargo, air passengers and cargo and real estate activity at the Port’s industrial and business parks contributes to the local and regional economy by providing employment and income to individuals, taxes to state, county and local governments and revenue to local and national firms engaged in producing goods and services.

The Port of Portland ("Port") extends a welcome to all users of Portland Marine Terminals 4 (T4), and 6 (T6). In order to promote a safe and efficient environment, the Port has enacted the following Security Guidelines for activity on the Port Marine Terminals 4 and 6.

These SecurityFile Size: 1MB. Expansion of cargo facility in Portland a giant step for port. The International Marine Terminal is set to double in size and connect to a rail line, leading to key competitive improvements. Portland International Airport is owned and operated by the: Commission Materials The Port of Portland Board of Commissioners meets the second Wednesday of every month at a.m.

at the Port headquarters building and is open to the public. Located miles upriver from the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Portland is Oregon’s only deep draft container port and is the state’s largest port.

More than 17 million tons of marine cargo moves through the Portland metro region each year – 13 million tons of which moves through the Port of Portland File Size: 5MB.

Risk Assessment, Management, and Mitigation for Port and Marine Terminals Projects PRESENTERS: Kat Janowicz, 3COTECH, Inc. John Pauling, CARDNO (absent) 15 Risk Assessment, Management and Mitigation 02 Port of Long Beach: Project Level Monte Carlo Analysis 0 File Size: 2MB.

Economic Development. With foot inbound/outbound shipping channels to the most advanced container terminals in all of the Americas, The Port of Virginia serves as a global gateway to commerce and a driving economic engine for the Commonwealth. bulk cargo were provided to Martin Associates by the Marine Terminals Master Plan.

POTENTIAL ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF THE SOUTH TERMINAL. Over a 20 year period, it is assumed that the container throughput will reachTEUs, from a start-up ofTEUs in Based on the Marine Terminals Master 7. Port of Portland Seismic Risk Assessment Study Final Report Hillsboro Airport.

Runway In addition to representing a large majority of the Port’s asset value and revenue production, these assets represent a significant regional economic impact. The assets account for an estimated $ million in annual Port revenue.

The Port of Portland was founded in to help Oregon remain a leader in international trade. While its facilities and functions have shifted over time, the port has maintained its core mission of building the state’s economy. As the organization celebrates its th anniversary this year, port leaders and local historians are reflecting on the organization’s rich past and looking ahead Author: Sophia Bennett.

The Port of Portland is the largest tonnage seaport in New England as well as a major seaport along the east coast of the United States.

It is also the second largest oil port on the East Coast, processingbarrels (23, m 3) of oil inmostly through the Portland–Montreal Pipe Line, and the largest foreign inbound transit tonnage port in the United States.

BLOUNT ISLAND MARINE TERMINAL. Dave Rawls Blvd. Jacksonville, FL DAMES POINT MARINE TERMINAL. New Berlin Rd. Jacksonville, FL TALLEYRAND MARINE TERMINAL. Talleyrand Ave. Jacksonville, FL DAMES. Presentation: The Economic Impact of the Port of Jacksonville – Pdf. Executive Summary: The Economic Impact of the Port of Jacksonville – Aug.

Full Report: The Economic Impact of the Port of Jacksonville – Aug. Jacksonville Harbor Deepening Study Signed Chief’s Report.The Port of Portland Management’s Discussion and Analysis 3 This discussion and analysis of the Port of Portland’s (Port) financial performance provides an overview of the Port’s financial activities for the fiscal year ended J Please read it in conjunction with the Port’s financial statements, which follow this section.

The Ebook will commission its newest amphibious transport dock, the future USS Portland (LPD 27), during a 10 a.m. PDT ceremony Saturday, Ap at the Port of Portland, Marine Terminal .