Harley Marine

Harley Marine Services’ founder and employees play a critical role in the 30-year-old company’s growth and evolution.

By Jim Harris

In 1987, Harley Franco saw a need for a customer-focused marine transportation company serving the Pacific Northwest. With just a single leased tug and barge, Franco began fuel distribution – also known as bunkering – operations for fleets and ports located in the Puget Sound of Washington.

Boise AirportBoise Airport aims to make the city of Boise the most livable city in the country.

By Bianca Herron

Boise Airport is the largest airport in the state of Idaho, serving nearly three million people annually in the metropolitan area, including all of southwestern Idaho and parts of eastern Oregon. As benefits its important regional status, the airport has many things in its favor.

ThorcoReef PuertoMonttChile

Thorco Projects has grown to provide strong support to its clients.

By Alan Dorich

After only 13 years, Thorco Projects has established itself as a leader in the shipping industry. Managing Director of USA Brent Berg credits this to the company’s associates. “I can’t imagine a shipping company with a staff better than ours,” he says.

St Louis(Photo credit: St. Louis Lambert International Airport)

St. Louis Lambert International Airport embraces local culture and history while planning for future diversification of its services.

By Jim Harris

Passengers to St. Louis Lambert International Airport have seen a number of changes there in recent years. Between 2008 to 2014, the airport underwent a $70 million modernization and renovation of its Terminal 1, built in 1956. The project included renovating concourses and updating building systems including lights, floors, ceilings and signs.

Palm Beach Berth 17 October 2015

The Port of Palm Beach continues to make site improvements that it expects will increase volume and appeal to new markets.  

By Janice Hoppe

The Port of Palm Beach is in a state of continuous improvement as it begins a year-long redevelopment project on Berth 17 to increase production and focuses on acquiring adjacent land. “We are working on our master plan and embarking on a more strategic plan because of the way I envision the port over the next five to 10 years,” Executive Director Manuel Almira says.

The port was chartered in 1915 and is located 80 miles north of Miami and 135 miles south of Port Canaveral. Ship entrance is through an inlet channel 400 feet wide with no aerial obstructions. The Port of Palm Beach is an independent special taxing district with statutory authority to levy ad valorem millage tax, but its board of commissioners has not done so since 1974. The port operates on revenue earned by the tenants that conduct business there.

Port of Palm Beach is ranked one of the top-20 ports in the United States. The ranking is justified because of its movement of 250,000 20-foot equivalent units in 2013. “We are the most efficient port when you measure TEUs per acre,” Almira says. “We take up a relatively small amount of real estate, 162 acres.”

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Chicago, IL 60611

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