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Executive Moves: JAXPORT and Duluth Seaway

Port authorities in Florida and Minnesota hire industry veterans to fill key positions.

Executive Moves: JAXPORT and Duluth Seaway

Port authorities in Florida and Minnesota hire industry veterans to fill key positions.

Executive Moves: JAXPORT and Duluth Seaway

Port authorities in Florida and Minnesota hire industry veterans to fill key positions.

 
JAXPORT has named Jacqueline Glass as its new director of procurement services.
   Glass has more than 25 years of experience as a supply chain professional focused on strategic sourcing and contract negotiation. Most recently she served as the senior manager of procurement for the Jacksonville Transportation Authority.
   In her new role, Glass also will be responsible for JAXPORT’s Small and Emerging Business program, which promotes equal access to all capital and procurement contracts.

   The Duluth Seaway Port Authority has hired Dean Lembke as facilities manager.
   Lembke will serve as the agency’s liaison with tenants, service and government agencies, private contractors and other property users to derive safe and efficient use of port authority-owned land, structures, equipment and other assets.
   He previously was a site supervisor with North Shore Track overseeing rail construction and maintenance projects. During his tenure as a senior project coordinator for Krech Ojard and Associates, Lembke provided 20 months of onsite construction oversight during the port authority’s $18 million redevelopment of the Clure Terminal.
New challenges are ahead of us, but that’s what makes the air cargo industry an exciting place to be.
Spot container rates from Shanghai to Europe clocked in at $979 per TEU as of Jan. 11, while rates from Shanghai to the Mediterranean stood at $980 per TEU, both of which dropped 1.7 percent from a week prior, according to the Shanghai Containerized Freight Index.
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