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The Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) announced today panelists who will explore “What’s Next” for Jacksonville’s transportation and logistics network during the 2023 State of the Port address. Ticket and sponsorship information.
Hosted by the Propeller Club – Port of Jacksonville, State of the Port is Tuesday, March 7, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the University of North Florida’s Adam H. Herbert University Center in Jacksonville.
- Joy Purdy, News4Jax (Moderator)
- Robert Peek, Chief Commercial Officer, JAXPORT
- Captain Barrie Snyder, President, St. Johns Bar Pilots Association
- Jen Edwards, Senior Director of Sales and Agent Relations, Evans Network of Companies
- John Richardson, President/Principal, Newmark Phoenix Realty Group
Following the completion of the 47-foot harbor deepening project and a series of transformational public-private partnerships, Jacksonville’s port community is well-positioned for the future. From the expansive growth of commercial real estate to the evolution of the region’s landside and waterside logistics networks, panelists will discuss the challenges and opportunities shaping today’s supply chain.
In addition to the “What’s Next” panel discussion, JAXPORT CEO Eric Green will outline the port’s key initiatives and plans for the future in his keynote address. Topics will include strategies to leverage the port’s increased cargo-handling capabilities to grow its business, as well as trends impacting the port’s major trade lanes and cargo types.
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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