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Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) CEO Eric Green will deliver an update on the port’s growth and plans for the future during the Propeller Club – Port of Jacksonville’s 2023 State of the Port address. The annual event will take place on Tuesday, March 7 at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.
State of the Port attracts hundreds of professionals throughout the transportation and logistics community, and previous events have sold out. Click here for ticket and sponsorship information.
Following the completion of the 47-foot harbor deepening project and a series of transformational public-private partnerships, this year’s State of the Port will explore “what’s next” for Northeast Florida’s transportation and logistics community. CEO Green will outline the port’s key growth strategies in his keynote address. In addition, a panel of experts will explore industry trends impacting the supply chain, including growing demand for commercial real estate and the increased capabilities a deeper harbor creates for the state’s businesses and consumers.
“As Florida’s largest container port, JAXPORT’s growth positively impacts citizens and businesses throughout our state,” said JAXPORT Board Chair J. Palmer Clarkson. “The investments that have been made in our port position us for long-term success, ensuring we can provide supply chain reliability and jobs for our community for decades to come.”
2023 State of the Port address
Tuesday, March 7
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
UNF University Center
12000 Alumni Drive, Jacksonville, FL, 32224
State of the Port is hosted by the Propeller Club of the United States – Port of Jacksonville, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the maritime industry in the U.S. and abroad. The Jacksonville Propeller Club is the longest-running Propeller Club in the nation.
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