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CONTENT

P O R T S TA F F

executive director

deputy director

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Roy Quezaire

o p e r at i n g o f f i c e r

airport director

Vincent Caire

director of business development

executive counsel

director of finance

director of o p e r at i o n s

director of human resources

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Dale Hymel, Jr.

Cindy Martin

director of a d m i n i s t r at i o n

Paul Aucoin

projects officer

Linda Prudhomme Melissa Folse Grant Faucheux Brian Cox Tamara Kennedy Joel T. Chaisson

Lee “Buddy” Amedee

director of trade development

port of south louisiana 171 Belle Terre Blvd., P.O. Box 909 LaPlace, LA 70069-0909 www.portsl.com Phone: (985) 652-9278 | Fax: (504) 568-6270 globalplex intermodal terminal Phone: (985) 652-9278 a s s o c i at e d t e r m i n a l s

Phone: (985) 233-8545 The Port of South Louisiana is a member of the Ports Association of Louisiana. To become an associate member of PAL and to help further the maritime industry in Louisiana, please visit PAL’s website at www.portsoflouisiana.org or call the PAL office at (225) 334-9040.

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overview

CCI Braithwaite Storage: Foreign Trade Zone Status Bollinger Shipyard Lockport: 20 Years of FTZ Success

around the port The Louisiana Sugar Cane Industry

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what ’ s new

Port of South Louisiana Harbor Services and Marine Ops Divisions

port people Meet Kyle Graham

Dow announces plans to construct new railyard

The Port still largest tonnage in the Western Hemisphere

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Executive Regional Airport ready to fly

Entergy: Providing new customer resources

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Port Execustive Director receives World Trade Center honors

published by renaissance publishing llc

company profiles

editor art director

Jessica DeBold

Ali Sullivan

p r o d u c t i o n Emily Andras, Topher Balfer, Demi Schaffer, Molly Tullier Colleen Monaghan

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president of sales

account executive

contributing writers

Tess Jones Topher Balfer William Kalec Kevin O’Sullivan Jenny Peterson Sarah Ravits

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would like to start by expressing how deeply honored and appreciative I am for receiving the World Trade Center of New Orleans’ Eugene J. Schreiber award last month. To my surprise, I was also bestowed the honor of receiving The Order of the Plimsoll Mark. I must say that any success I have enjoyed from promoting trade for Louisiana is due, in large part, to the hard work of my supporting team — the commissioners and employees of the Port of South Louisiana. That hard work has paid off this year as the Port of South Louisiana celebrated several grand openings and expansions. In May, we held a ribbon-cutting ceremony that marked the official opening of the expansion to Warehouse #19 at Globalplex Intermodal Terminal. The $9.6 million expansion was funded in part (approximately 90 percent) by LA DOTD’s Port Construction and Development Priority Program. The Port of South Louisiana planned this extension based on the needs of BARTON International, Globalplex’s long-time tenant. Associated Terminals will continue to provide the bulk logistics services (vessel unloading, storage of raw product, product processing, finished product storage, and finished product loading and distribution) as they have done in the past. This ribbon-cutting event was held at the heels of Globalplex Intermodal Terminal marking its 25th year in operation! In August, nearly two years after its groundbreaking, Pin Oak Terminals held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to signal the beginning of operations in the new multi-product liquid marine terminal. Announced in October 2015, the project entails a $600 million capital investment in storage terminals, docks and related infrastructure along the east bank of the Mississippi River at Mt. Airy, near the St. John the Baptist-St. James parish line. Projects that are underway in St. James Parish: Yuhuang Chemical, Inc. is in the construction phase of its $1.85 billion facility and South Louisiana Methanol continues their due diligence to establish their $3.3 billion facility. In late October, the Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport commemorated the official opening of its first transient hangar. The selffunded $739,000 project began construction in the summer of 2016. The Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport’s newest addition will allow the airport to better serve the needs of general aviation and corporate aircraft. The Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport has been full of activity this year, hosting an array of fly-ins and community events through-

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pat sellars vice president

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out 2017, including a community breakfast celebrating St. John the Baptist Parish IEDC’s National Economic Development Week (May); a Pilots N Paws fly-in during which pilots volunteered to provide transportation of homeless animals to potential forever homes across the country (June); the Andouille Festival fly-in in conjunction with an FAA safety seminar [Note: the Andouille festival fly-in also attracted local television news program WGNO’s News with a Twist which filmed a segment about the local fair and the Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport] (October); plus the First Annual St. John the Baptist Parish Aviation Awareness Day (May), an educational outing for children in the community to learn about flying and aviation; an Aviation Appreciation Day (August); and the Pilots for Patients flyin (November), which provided air transportation to people with medical conditions to out-of-town medical facilities at no cost. Since mid-2016, the Port of South Louisiana has teamed up with Sean Duffy of Big River Coalition and Caitlin Cain and Jerry Hingle of the World Trade Center of New Orleans to release op-eds aimed to educate policymakers about the importance of the Port of South Louisiana to the economic well-being of the nation and the consequences from failing to dredge the mouth of the Mississippi River. With the assistance of Meltz Communications, based out of Washington D.C., the Port has co-authored and published five op-eds in influential online publications that target Washington insiders, including Forbes, Bloomberg, Real Clear Policy, Cedar Rapids Gazette, The Hagstrom Report, and Washington Examiner. Year-to-date, facilities within Port of South Louisiana’s district handled over 228 million short tons of cargo. Tonnage data thus far seems to suggest that, once again, it is on course to surpass last year’s total throughput. If so, 2017 will be another record-breaking year. The Port of South Louisiana consistently ranks above the ports of Houston, New York/New Jersey, New Orleans, Beaumont, Corpus Christi, Long Beach, Greater Baton Rouge and Mobile, making us the largest tonnage port in the Western Hemisphere. In addition, according to a new report by international shipping magazine Fairplay, the Port of South Louisiana was ranked 16 in the world. Of the nearly 5,000 ports, the Port of South Louisiana is the only U.S. port that ranks in the top 20 ports in the world! •

joseph scontrino executive vice president

p. joey murray

stanley bazile

treasurer

s e c r e ta r y

robert "poncho" roussel

kelly buckwalter

whitney hickerson

judy songy

vice president

vice president

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OVERVIEW

T R A N S P O R TAT I O N CENTER OF THE AMERICAS The state legislature established the Port of South Louisiana in 1960 to promote commerce and industrial development along the 54-mile stretch of the Mississippi River that runs through the St. Charles, St. John and St. James tri-parish regions.

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The Port is charged with a mission to promote maritime commerce, trade and development, and to establish public and private partnerships for the creation of intermodal terminals and industrial facilities.

The Port’s philosophy of development is to entice companies to set up regional operations within its boundaries. The Port serves primarily as a “landlord” port to more than 30 grain, petroleum and chemical companies. The exception to this is the port-owned world-class intermodal Globalplex facility and the new SoLaPort facility.

Within the Port’s jurisdiction, there are seven grain elevators, multiple midstreaming operations, more than 40 liquid and dry-bulk terminals, the Globalplex Intermodal Terminal and the Port’s Executive Regional Airport.

go v er n a n ce The Port is under the jurisdiction of the state of Louisiana and authorized by the state constitution. A seven-member board of commissioners directs the Port; all of them are unsalaried. Four members are appointed by the governor, with one member representing each of the associated parishes and one at-large member; the remaining members are appointed by the presidents of each parish.

w orld ’ s l a rgest port d istrict The ports of South Louisiana, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, St. Bernard and Plaquemines make up the world’s largest continuous port district. They are responsible for moving onefifth of all U.S. foreign waterborne commerce.

port area The Port covers a 54-mile stretch of the lower Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The Port begins at river mile 114.9AHP near the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and winds through St. Charles, St. John the Baptist and St. James parishes. It continues north to river mile 168.5AHP just north of the Sunshine Bridge.

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S ugarcane ou r s w eetest e x port A LI GNS Louisia na a nd its people B y K e v i n O ’ S u lli v a n

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ome people are familiar with sugarcane as the exotic treat sold at road stands for tourists to chew on, but if you’re from the heart of Louisiana, you know sugarcane as a crop that has created rivalries amongst parishes and has created livelihoods for those within them. Sugarcane is one of the most important crops grown in Louisiana and just about defines us as Louisianians. “Sugarcane has vast significance to Louisiana,” said Louisiana’s Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry, Dr. Mike Strain, “not only as a source of revenue but as part of many parishes’ identities.” All across the river parishes and into central Louisiana, communities have timeworn rivalries hinged upon who grows better sugarcane. The common identity has allowed our communities to easily amalgamate, “and for great reason,” says Dr. Strain, “we’ve been growing sugarcane for over 200 years. “Sugarcane was first brought here by the Jesuits in the 1700s,” Dr. Strain continues. “They first started growing it to make rum in what is now Jackson Square in New Orleans.” And it’s true. In 1751, Jesuit missionaries

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brought the Creole strain of sugarcane to New Orleans and began to mass produce Tafia, a rum-like drink, which at the time had a great impact on the meager New Orleans economy. However, the Creole strain was susceptible to the New Orleans frosts and put a damper on creating a sustainable market. It was not for another hundred years when cold tolerant strains were introduced to Louisiana that sugarcane flourished. “Sugarcane puts more than two billion dollars into Louisiana’s economy,” Dr. Strain stated. “Louisiana’s production of sugarcane covers more than 431,000 acres and is produced by more than 450 farmers.” Its production really sprawls across the state because of Louisiana’s rainy seasons and semitropical climate. “Sugarcane thrives in alluvial soil,” Dr. Strain said, referring to the finegrained silt formed by the running waters of the Mississippi River that make up the Louisiana coast. “That is why we grow sugarcane from Alexandria down to Plaquemines Parish and all the way to the Texas line.” The low-lying areas surrounding rivers as

well as warm autumn temperatures and late winters all play a role in Louisiana’s prolific sugarcane harvest. “We’re actually about halfway through the harvest season right now,” added Strain. “Sugarcane is always harvested from late fall to early winter. From late September until right around New Year’s, we’re harvesting every single day. When the weather starts turning cooler, the sugar content rises, and that’s when we fire up the mills.” Halfway through the harvest this year, sugarcane farmers have big shoes to fill after setting a sugar recovery record in 2016, according to the LSU Agricultural Center. Last year, producers harvested an average of 31.5 tons of cane per acre of farmland (over 13.5 million tons of sugarcane). This was a modest amount of cane produced, but after it was “grinded,” refineries were able to extract a record breaking 246 pounds of sugar for every ton of cane, resulting in more than 1.6 million tons of refined sugar. “Grinding is the process where the liquid is extracted from the sugarcane,” Dr. Strain explains. “Directly after sugarcane is harvested


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PHOTOS: Sugarcane aligns many major highways in the Port’s district as seen here along U.S. Highway 61.

it is loaded up and sent to mills where refiners extract the cane’s liquid and then process it into raw sugar.” Raw sugar is light brown in color due to the presence of molasses within its crystals. “Raw sugar is then loaded by barge or truck and sent to a ‘white sugar’ refinery where they purify the sugar into white sugar and isolate the molasses which are both bagged and shipped out by tanker and sent directly to market, or remixed into brown sugar.” There are now 11 sugar mills that grind sugarcane and two sugar refineries in Louisiana working from sunrise to sundown creating this season’s product. A lot of that product is shipped out of Louisiana. In fact, refined sugar makes up “about 10 percent of all of our exports,” added Strain, “but still a lot of it is put into our own economy.” Louisiana loves its sugar — and we have the infrastructure to share it with the entire nation. The Louisiana Sugar Refining, located in Gramercy, is a $190 million white sugar refinery capable of refining two billion pounds of white sugar. We have all seen Domino Sugar in local coffee shops, on shelves at grocery stores and

in bakeries, but we do not always remember that Domino Sugar is Louisiana sugarcane grinded and refined into white sugar at the Domino Sugar Refinery in Chalmette. Sugarcane plays a critical role in our state’s identity, from our state’s economic fortitude from exports to our international appeal toward tourists coming here for sugar smothered beignets or brown sugar melted pralines. Sugar, in a way, defines us. And just like Louisianians, the sugarcane in Louisiana is becoming

more and more resilient and tenacious. “Sugarcane is a five year crop, so it takes a strong variety of the plant and a lot of patience,” said Strain. “The outcome is a product that we all love. Agriculture as a natural resource-based industry is the foundation of our economy and sugar is a vital part of that overall foundation. If managed properly, agriculture and sugar is infinitely sustainable and will only continue to grow to provide more income, more jobs and more delicious foods in Louisiana.” •

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ALWAYS ON CALL B y W illiam K alec

The Harbor Services and Marine Ops Divisions of the Port of South Louisiana put out literal and figurative fires throughout the 54-mile stretch of the Mississippi River, ensuring commerce continues without interruption.

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hen it comes to the daily industrial ballet of moving massive quantities of cargo along the Father of Waters, the unexpected is, well, expected. So that’s why the Port of South Louisiana developed its Marine Ops Division decades ago, and continues to outfit it with more disaster-prevention vessels and equipment, enabling members to efficiently and thoroughly combat accidents and injuries that occur along

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the Mississippi River. Because river traffic never sleeps, the Marine Ops Division is able to respond 24 hours a day and is responsible for calls between Miles 114 and 168 — the Port District — of the river. Incidents that fall under the Marine Ops’ jurisdiction include: fires, explosions, search and rescue, vessel malfunctions, crew injuries, security and surveillance, assisting Coast Guard operations, basic river patrols and just about any possible disaster scenario imaginable.

“The Coast Guard doesn’t have any vessels staged in the Mississippi River, so we basically are the first line of defense, or the first responders, if you will,” said Brian Cox, Director of Operations for the Port of South Louisiana. “We will report back to the Coast Guard, and they’ll make decisions on what they want to send — whether it’s a helicopter, or maybe send some personnel out to jump on our boat to take a look.” Because of the lengthy stretch of river Marine Ops is assigned to patrol, the Port


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has upped its Fire-Tugboat roster from one vessel in 2002 to four vessels today. The third of those vessels — the PSL Responder — was chosen as one of the “10 Significant Boats of 2007” by WorkBoat Magazine. But that was then, and this is now. And today, the vessel that’s the jewel of the Port is the newly-acquired Nathan Folse — a 75-foot custom configured, Endurancemodel, multi-purpose catamaran. This ship has everything: Twin Cat C-18 diesel engines producing a top speed of 25 knots, a pilothouse with 360-degree visibility and can be pressurized and ventilated against chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear or explosive dangers, providing peace of mind knowing crews can do their jobs in disaster response scenarios. Best of all, the $3.2 million Nathan Folse can disperse 6,000 gallons of water in a minute during a fire. “I mean, it’s top of the line in every capacity,” Cox said. “It’s a vessel that is filled with state-of-the-art firefighting equipment, state-of-the-art controls, radar, global positioning. Everything on that vessel is as new as you can get. It’s really the Cadillac of the fleet.” The four fire-tugboats are stationed at Mile 138 of the Mississippi River. They patrol the river two or three days a week, although crew is on duty at all times. Same goes for the Maritime Security Operations Center (MSOC) at the Globalplex Intermodal Terminal in Reserve, which is also manned 24 hours a day. Opened in 2013, the MSOC is essentially the command and control center for the Marine Ops Division, and operators monitor local, state and federal marine radio traffic and direct the Marine Ops ships during times of emergency. The MSOC is housed in a unit that can withstand hurricane-force winds, and is situated with modern communications and surveillance instruments. “The main thing is, because of the serious nature of the calls our crew goes on, we have to equip them with anything and everything from a technology standpoint to do their jobs as best they can,” Cox said. “So we’re always looking, ‘How can we improve navigation for Marine Ops?’ ‘How can we improve training and make things safer?’ You’re always assessing how you do things and looking for ways to make it better.” •

Top & Middle: The Harbor Services division’s facility is housed riverside on a barge at Reserve, La. BOTTOM: The M/V Nathan Folse.

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FILLING THE NEED B y W illiam K alec

W ith its rail transit up in recent years, D O W anno u nces plans to constr uct a railyar d on lan d lease d from t he Port of S outh Louisiana .

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or Dow St. Charles, figuring out how to keep up with soaring input-output product volumes is, as one company official called it, “a great problem to have.” For the Port of South Louisiana, partnering with one of their valued stakeholders and helping to find mutually beneficial ways to facilitate regional economic growth are the kind of “great problems” it likes to solve. So, together, they did. In late October 2017, Dow and the Port of South Louisiana formally announced the inception of a project years in the making — a $9.5 million railyard to be built on Port property adjacent to Dow’s massive plant located in Hahnville. The project, which is currently in the

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engineering phase, is set to be constructed in 2018 and will be situated on land the Port will exclusively lease to Dow. “I think for a while, regarding that land, there were discussions about how the Port and Dow could partner,” said Kyle Graham, Dow’s Site Logistics Leader. “From those initial discussions, we started to talk on a more concrete basis on how we could develop this property into a mutually beneficial asset. Over the last five years, we’ve had some incredible volume growth — all the investments we’ve made into our plant have returned a significant volume increase, including a 40 percent increase in rail (cargo). So, that’s a great problem to have, and so we needed a place to grow.” “This railyard will give us the

capacity to absorb some of that volume growth, but always puts us in position to handle future growth.” Once fully operational next year, the new railyard will increase Dow’s railcar capacity by more than 25 percent. Roughly, the new railyard will be a storage area (no loading will take place) and house 250 railcars — about half of which will be empty and the other half holding plastic materials ready to be sent to customers via Union Pacific. “Our relationship with Dow extends back for a long time,” Port of South Louisiana’s Paul Aucoin said. “So when Dow came to us, and this project was vital, well, we were glad to help — that’s what we’re here for. This is a win-win for both of us, because our mission at the


Port is to create jobs, jobs, jobs. And when a company needs more railyard, it’s because they’re putting out more volume. And when they’re putting out more volume, that means they’re hiring more people.” “All of our stakeholders are important to us, and Dow has been a part of the Port since the 1960s and does so much for the community, so any opportunity to help out, we welcome.” The Dow plant at Hahnville has been operational for more than 50 years, and continues to be an economic jewel of the River Parishes, employing approximately 1,000 full-time employees and 1,500 contractors at a competitive wage. Annually, the collective payroll at the Hahnville plant tops $100 million. Even with such a large workforce, Dow’s plant annually posts some of the lowest injury and hazard rates in the entire country, making it an OSHA Star Site for two decades consecutively. At the 2,000-acre petrochemical manufacturing site, workers product materials that end up in a variety of household, business and consumer items — including but not limited to plastics, insecticides, film, antifreeze, jet fuel, brake fluid, paints and adhesives, textiles, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, personal care items, toothpaste, shampoo, detergents, fabric softeners and animal feeds. Currently, the Dow plant in St. Charles is capable of housing 900 railcars, meaning this expansion will push that figure into four figures. And though Dow already has a railyard on site, the engineering and construction of this new project will require some planning and forethought. “This will be a fairly large footprint we’re putting down,” Graham said. “So one of the things we have to be aware of when we’re putting down that track is it has to be able to support the proper amount of weight — 250 railcars are pretty heavy. So from a civil engineering perspective, making sure the base is built properly is very important. The other thing, from both an engineering standpoint and an environmental standpoint, is drainage. So a lot of the engineering is going into ensuring our drainage footprint doesn’t change with the railyard — making sure it can get the same amount of water out then as it does today in its current condition.” “Really, this is a great partnership (with the Port) because it gives us the capacity to keep growing in St. Charles Parish,” Graham said. “And when we’re successful and growing, that obviously benefits the Parish.” •


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S T I L L ON T OP WHEN I T COMES TO TONNAGE B y W illiam K alec

Recently released rankings confirm The Port of South Louisiana remains the Largest Tonnage Port in the Western Hemisphere — a distinction those on the inside are proud to share and determined to maintain.

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nce again, the Port of South Louisiana remains the Largest Tonnage Port in the Western Hemisphere. In 2016, 294 million short tons of cargo passed through this 54-mile stretch of the Mississippi River. But why? Well, if you ask Executive Director Paul Aucoin, he’ll give you three answers: location, location, location. And he’s got a point. It’s impossible to argue the Port’s geographical footprint on the Mississippi River — and all the natural benefits and resources that exist because of

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it — certainly contribute to the massive amounts of maritime activity happening within the Port District. But it’s also shortsighted to suggest the deep water of the Mississippi River is solely responsible for the Port’s run of recent success, because doing so would ignore the strategic efforts created and implemented throughout the years enabling the Port to fully benefit from its geographic good fortune. “The sense of pride we feel in these tonnage reports isn’t being No. 1, or being in the Top 20 tonnage ports in the world,” Aucoin said. “The pride really comes in

knowing that more tonnage means more jobs. That’s the way I look at it — every year we see an uptick in tonnage, it means we’re doing our job because more jobs are needed to handle that tonnage.” Beyond the Mississippi River, the Port’s tonnage rankings are fueled (literally) by the abundance of energy sources in and around Louisiana, and the developed infrastructure on site at the Port to funnel that power source where it’s needed. Within the Port District, there are 159 natural gas pipelines and 33 crude oil pipelines. Thanks to that already-established pipeline


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system, the Port through three quarters is already on pace this year to surpass 2016’s tonnage totals. Specifically, current cargo totals for crude oil, chemicals and fertilizers, steel products and coal/coke are all way up compared to this time last year. An economic study authored by Dr. Loren Scott, titled “Powerhouse On The River” concluded the Port of South Louisiana is responsible for 33,000 direct jobs, handles $60 billion in trade annually and has $23 billion worth of announced projects in the works. “As Paul Aucoin likes to say, ‘We are the best kept secret,’” said Linda Prudhomme, Director of Business Development for the Port of South Louisiana. “We are that little gem between Baton Rouge and New Orleans that not a lot of people pay attention to…but the shippers do. The agriculture businesses shipping cargo from the Midwest know who we are. Chinese industries know who we are — the Port that provides a great deal of service to the United States and to foreign countries.” “When these wonderful companies

located here, some as long as 40 years ago, they knew why they wanted to be here: because the Mississippi River is like the front door to the world market.” With that said, the Port of South Louisiana has done a fantastic job laying the welcome mat out to that front door, specifically through improvements made to the Globalplex complex. Recently, the quarter-century old facility has undergone and continues to undergo a massive makeover, making it more attractive for future tenants of the Port District and more useful for those currently in operation. In 2016, the Port began plans to fortify the cargo dock at Globalplex to allow for the purchase of two mobile cranes. Once the project is complete, the mobile cranes will replace the two existing cranes that have limited movement along a rail. Fortifying the cargo dock for the mobile cranes will also enable the Port to attract high-dollar “heavy-lift projects.” “We already have the Mississippi River. We always have a skilled, highlytrained workforce. We have the land and

deep-water sites. So re-investing into Globalplex is just one more asset that makes the Port of South Louisiana a viable destination for companies,” Prudhomme said. “We’re always trying to actively help industries continue their investment in this 54-mile stretch, but also attract industries to the 54-mile district, as well.” Besides doing for others, the Port is helping themselves run more efficiently by relocating their administrative offices — which are currently spread out and miles away from the heart of the Port — all under one roof at Globalplex. The move should be completed by the end of 2018. “We’re always looking forward and figuring out ways to improve,” Aucoin said. “And it doesn’t seem like much, but our administration building – or what we call our Business Development Office – is part of moving forward. I mean, right now I’m talking to you from LaPlace, which is about 10 miles from the port. So to have us there, on the river, is important. Every one of us, in the Port District, on the river, having a presence at Globalplex.” •

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With the majority of renovation projects and improvements complete, the Port of South Louisiana’s Executive Regional Airport is now fully equipped to handle both the business and leisure needs of passengers.

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n 2011, officials from the Port of South Louisiana took a good thing — a fullyfunctional local airport efficiently run by St. John the Baptist Parish — and plotted ways to make it even better. The end result: the Port of South Louisiana’s Executive Regional Airport that you see today. It’s a facility that has undergone a massive makeover in the last five to six years, transforming into an ideal alternative landing/ takeoff spot from the airport in Kenner for private aircraft travelers seeking to check on their business operations in and around the Port. “Aviation is a tool for developing local economies, and this tool has been introduced into the River Parishes region in a way never

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experienced before,” said Airport Director Vincent Caire. “The old saying that, ‘time is money’ applies here for both small businesses and major corporations. “The old airfield was quite successful, which is the reason the Port became interested in it in the first place,” Caire said. “The point to emphasize here is that the Port quickly became aware that the airport could serve the entire River Parishes Region including a number of larger economic development initiatives to come in the near future outside of the Parish. Responding to this need successfully became the mission of the airport.” Upon acquiring the operational rights to the airport in 2011, Port of South Louisiana

staff identified improvements, renovations and additions necessary to fully-utilize the facility for the clientele they intended to serve — those doing business in the area — and set a scheduled course of action to implement those changes. It is an overall vision known by the FAA as an “Airport Layout Plan.” The first phase — which was completed and dedicated in the summer of 2013 — centered upon expanding the 4,000-foot runway to more than 5,000 feet so it could accommodate larger private aircraft. The Port also extended the taxiway parallel to the runway. From there, the airport’s fueling stations received an upgrade and installed a state-of-the-art weather tracking system.


Not long after, in 2015, the Port officially opened a brand-new terminal, which offered passengers and pilots plenty of lounge and conference areas to either plan the return flight home, hold a business meeting or simply relax while executives take care of their dealings in the Port District. Rental car services along with refueling options were also added in the terminal, along with general vending. This year, the airport opened its first public transient hangar — conveniently named “Hangar 1,” referring to its status as the first non-private hangar on the field — which is suited for the aircraft of daily and overnight visitors and equipped to handle every foreseeable need of the traveler and flight crew. The $700,000 hangar protects aircraft from the array of dubious weather found in South Louisiana and features storage units for passenger property and restrooms. Caire affectionately calls the public hangar an “Aircraft Hotel.” Phases of the airport plan are being accomplished, and Caire said improvements will always continue at the facility as the demands and traveler’s needs change with time. For instance, transitioning from incandescent to LED lighting in the aircraft operating areas, as well as larger capital projects like additional public hangar space —tweaks both minor and major impovements, all done to attract more travelers. “The traffic is obviously increasing,” Caire said. “As for quantifying it, I can tell you that new traffic patterns are continuously developing. Business aircraft don’t operate on a schedule like commercial airlines, but use by corporate jets will continue to increase over time. The outstanding feature of this airport clearly demonstrated thus far, is that it is small enough to be personal to both crews and passengers, and large enough to support the majority of business jets on a service level equal to larger airports.” •

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PORT OF SOUTH LOUISIANA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR HONORED WITH WORLD TRADE CENTER OF NEW ORLEANS AWARDS

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he World Trade Center of New Orleans celebrated Louisiana International Trade Week, a week-long event that included industry panel sessions and workshops. Presenting sponsors were the Port of South Louisiana and Associated Terminals. The week’s activities culminated on Nov. 3, with the Louisiana International Trade Jubilee, a black-tie celebratory affair and fundraiser benefiting the World Trade Center of New Orleans. During the jubilee, the Port of South Louisiana’s Executive Director Paul Aucoin received this year’s Eugene J. Schreiber Award, established in memory of the late Eugene “Gene” Schreiber, which honors an individual who demonstrates exceptional knowledge and leadership in promoting international trade policy for the benefit of the State of Louisiana. Additionally, Aucoin received the World Trade Center of New Orleans’ highest honor, The Order of the Plimsoll Mark, for his contribution to world peace, trade, and understanding. “I am honored and humbled to receive these prestigious awards,” said Aucoin. “A lot of people besides myself are responsible for my receipt of them, including the commissioners and staff of the Port of South Louisiana.” Previous recipients of the Schreiber Award include Senator Mary Landrieu, Congressman Charles Boustany, Jr. MD, Hon. James Coleman, Jr. CBE, and Gary P. LaGrange. Recipients of The Order of the Plimsoll Mark include President Reagan, President George H.W. Bush, Mikhail Gorbachev, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Madeline Albright. Other awards presented that evening were: SPF Depot of Bossier City, Louisiana received the Award for Excellence in International Trade and Janine Mansour, Commercial Director for the Port of New Orleans, was the recipient of the Young and Emerging Leader Award. •

Top: Paul Aucion receives The Order of the Plimsoll Mark. Bottom: Aucion is presented the Eugene J. Schreiber Award. Photos by Peter Forest More photos from the event can be viewd on page 29.

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Castle Commodities international MArks its foreign trade zone anniversary B y J enn y P eterson

CCI Braithwaite Storage partners with Port of South Louisiana to embrace foreign trade subzone.

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n the summer of 2012, Castleton Commodities International purchased an idle parcel of property on the Mississippi River known as Port Nickel. The property was originally used to process nickel as part of the war effort during World War II. Today, that property is a bustling import destination for industrial commodities known as CCI Braithwaite Storage enjoying Foreign Trade Zone status thanks in large part to the support of the Port of South Louisiana. In order to be a more efficient storage facility for imported goods, in June 2016 CCI Braithwaite Storage applied for and received Foreign Trade Zone designation (FTZ) for the storage of industrial commodities. The storage facility, which has direct access for barges from the Mississippi River at mile marker 76, worked closely with the Port of South Louisiana on obtaining the FTZ designation and it has been an asset to both the company and its clients. For importers of goods and commodities, an FTZ site is the same as any other import and storage facility that can hold and store commodities before introducing products into the stream of commerce. However, an FTZ can provide benefits that include deferrals and reductions on taxes and import duties until the goods are introduced into the stream of commerce. In some instances, raw materials

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can be processed into finished goods at an FTZ, allowing the importer to avoid taxes and duties on the improvements altogether. CCI Braithwaite Storage believes in coming up with more efficient ways to conduct business for clients who are engaging in the import and storage of industrial commodities, and the Foreign Trade Zone provides additional efficiencies. Ms. Amanda England, Senior Vice President of Operations at CCI Braithwaite Storage, said the FTZ designation wouldn’t have been possible without the help and resources at the Port of South Louisiana. “The Port of South Louisiana was tremendously helpful in establishing a foreign trade zone subzone,” England said. “We worked very closely with them and without their assistance it wouldn’t have happened.” Other exciting things happening at CCI Braithwaite Storage include its deep water dock, with berthing LOA of 774-feet along the Mississippi River. “The facility’s biggest milestone upgrade is to the loading dock and pier,” England said. “It’s very capable of deep draft and deep water ships with a new mooring system, it’s a big accomplishment that we are very proud of.” CCI Braithwaite Storage is also looking into accessing its direct rail to and from the facility. The storage facility can be a terminus of Norfolk Southern railroad.

“We are working on a project to establish the rail to go right into the plant — and then anywhere to the United States,” England said. “Our vision for the future is to have a dock that unloads and loads vessels with the railroad right there. Being located right on the Mississippi River is a wonderful location to have a rail installment that would let us transport to the rest of the United States and would be a tremendous benefit.” The CCI Braithwaite Storage facility is a 67-acre dry bulk commodity storage facility located in Plaquemines Parish. “We work with local people who come in and handle the trucking aspect, loading and unloading and helping store the goods creating employment now and in the future,” England said. “I love working here, I love the environment and friendliness of people and the overall business climate,” she said. “I also want to highlight that we collaborate so well with the Port of South Louisiana — we can get a hold of them and ask questions anytime.” Castleton Commodities International is an international commodity merchant headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. Castleton Commodities International has offices in Houston, London, Singapore, Geneva, Shanghai and Montevideo. •


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Bollinger Shipyards Lockport 20-year ftz success story B y J enn y P eterson

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hris Remont, Vice-President of Government Programs at Bollinger Shipyards Lockport New Construction, takes pride in all of the company’s past construction projects, but especially in the 26 cutter vessels that Bollinger has built on site and delivered to the Coast Guard’s Fast Response Cutter (FRC) program. “The Coast Guard FRC is a program which has proven to protect our country’s interests and our shorelines while also providing safety rescue missions, drug interdiction and humanitarian aid as seen recently in hurricaneimpacted areas this year,” Remont said. “These boats have exceeded expectations in living up to the Coast Guard Sentinel Heroes legacies for which they are each named.” Located on Highway 308 South, Bollinger manufactures and repairs vessels for both government and commercial customers in their indoor fabrication shop area, that has a total of 629,000 square feet, with full overhead crane support and a variety of production support services.

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The Bollinger Shipyards Lockport New Construction facility is the hub of the company’s corporate, engineering, government programs and quality management systems. The facility has delivered USCG Patrol Boats, Navy Patrol Craft, oceangoing tugs, docking tugs, offshore supply vessels, lift boats, Derrick Barges, deck barges and multi-purpose support vessels. Bollinger has performed government program builds for the Coast Guard, Navy, Army, Department of Transportation and Department of Defense and also serves a number of commercial clients. A major benefit to the site is its designation as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). The company received its designation in 1998 when the Port of South Louisiana sponsored their FTZ application to become the Port’s eighth subzone under FTZ 124, which has allowed the company to serve important government clients. “We were approved during the early stages of the U.S. Coast Guard Coastal Patrol Boat Program,” Remont said. “Being in a Foreign Trade Zone, Bollinger is able to utilize resources

globally to meet program requirements, such as on the U.S. Coast Guard FRC program.” The FTZ allows imported material being used in the construction of government vessels approved for duty-free importing. “Having the FTZ assists us in maintaining consistency in documentation, which thereby improves efficiencies of obtaining the material from the port of entry,” Remont said. Bollinger employees have the knowledge and expertise to track FTZ material throughout the warehousing and construction of vessels onsite. Materials are cleared from the zone upon delivery of the vessels to the Coast Guard or into market. While duty-free importing saves costs to government clients, it can be extended to some of Bollinger’s commercial customers, Remont said. “Imported goods that are not approved for duty-free entry, based on material, cost or programs, can be brought into the FTZ zone and have the duty fees deferred until the material is released from the FTZ,” Remont said. “Bollinger facilities control all the logistic costs of moving material. The FTZ allows


C O M PA N Y P R O F I L E by Bollinger Shipyards will be the second FRC to be stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii. Previous cutters have been stationed in Florida, San Juan, PR, Cape May, NJ, Ketchikan, Alaska, and Pascagoula, Mississippi.” To build these vessels, Bollinger uses a proven, in-service parent craft design based on the Damen Stan Patrol Boat 4708. Vessels have a flank speed of 28 knots, state of the art command, control, communications and computer technology and a stern launch system. In addition to its FTZ designation, Bollinger offers additional benefits to its clients, including a commitment to continuous quality improvement. Bollinger New Construction has made significant shipyard capital improvements in production facilities, machine tool technology and production processes. Recent improvements include updates to its shipyard wide lean manufacturing processes, a new 200-ton LiftKing module transporter, new 12,000-square-foot aluminum fabrication shop, new CNC pipe bending machine capable of producing up to four-inch diameter pipe spools and new CNC steel shapes cutting capabilities. New production facilities have been built with brand new purpose-built work platforms with point of use material and warehousing to improve worker access to vessels in production. The main production building warehouse, craft shops and production offices are accessed via a paved roadway. New waterfront services include increased available power, welding gases, potable water, fire main and LAN access. “The Bollinger level and expectation of quality, as detailed in the Bollinger Quality Policy, ensures Bollinger delivers the best quality product to our customers, meeting and exceeding customer expectations,” Remont said. • Bollinger the ability to claim and track materials onsite instead of at the port of entry.” Bollinger’s frequent use of the FTZ site and familiarity with its regulations improves efficiency and ensures all materials and documentation are handled properly onsite, Remont said. “Bollinger has seen growth in the use of the FTZ zones over the last five years based on the current Coast Guard FRC program and materials used in the construction process,” Remont said. The most recent delivery of a First Response Cutter was on Nov. 9, 2017. The Coast Guard took delivery of the 154-foot patrol boat USCGC Joseph in Key West, Florida and the vessel’s commissioning is scheduled for March 2018 in Hawaii. “We are extremely proud that the Fast Response Cutters built by Louisiana craftsmen here at Bollinger Shipyards are having such a major impact on our country’s safety and security,” said Ben Bordelon, Bollinger President and C.E.O. in a news release. “This FRC built

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ENTERGY’S ONGOING ROLE IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT b y S ara h R avits

T he energy company not only provides electrical po wer , b u t it a lso elevates the entire state b y providi n g val u able reso u rces to its n ew and existing partn ers .

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s one of two Fortune 500 companies in Louisiana, Entergy plays a major role in the state’s economic development. Not only does it employ more than 4,000 workers, but it provides electricity and natural gas to more than 1.5 million customers and is consistently ranked as one of the lowest-costing electricity companies in the nation — an incentive for businesses to set up shop in the Bayou State. Ed Jimenez, director of economic development for the company, oversees a staff of 22 individuals who work with area businesses, schools and industrial and political leaders. His team comprises workers of different backgrounds: engineers, business developers, analysts and more, who all work together to facilitate growth. “As a director of the group, my main job is to provide my team with the necessary tools, knowledge,

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skills, training that help them be able to deliver the best performance to support our partners, including the Port of South Louisiana,” he said. “Everyone knows we’re a power company,” he said, “But the reality is that we do a lot of other things, and we see ourselves as a private sector partner, able to help any organization at the state level, regional level, Port level, and a local level.” “We help organizations in the areas where they lack resources — often people resources [workers] and financial resources. We like to help our partners ‘fill the gap.’” One way that it helps attract new businesses to the state is through its streamlined online resource, LouisianaSiteSelection.com. The website is easily navigable and provides an abundance of information, including regional demographics, site availability, and other property information.

“It’s a valuable tool,” Jimenez said. Jimenez points out that his division has several specific strategies, the first of which is helping partners with product development. “We help our partners identify industrial sites [via the aforementioned website], and get them certified,” he said. Entergy also strives to “continuously streamline our work processes so that we can be a world-class project management team,” he said. “We want to make sure that we are not creating bottlenecks in the process.” The company also wants to continue to develop and maintain long-term relationships with partners. “We’re here for them in the long run,” said Jimenez. Additionally, Entergy focuses on how to identify retention and expansion opportunities with existing


industrial customers, as well as providing economic development partners with research and technology products that enhance their productivity. He notes that the petrochemical and chemical industries have experienced tremendous growth, and “that Entergy has continued to work with the Port of South Louisiana as there is ongoing need for logistics and infrastructure. The Port plays an ‘incredible role’ in us being able to attract new capital investments and create new, high-paying jobs,” said Jimenez. “Without these ports the companies just wouldn’t come here. They have to move their products all over the world, and it starts with having efficient inbound and outbound logistics especially via ocean-going vessels.” Entergy also plays an important role in the education and nonprofit sectors by providing financial contributions through its foundation. Jimenez said it actively helps and improves the workforce in local communities. The company’s charitable foundation also serves as a way to provide support to K-12 schools, nonprofits, higher-education centers and more so that they can work on providing a qualified work force in order for the state to continue to attract business. He said that the company paid $350 million in state and local taxes in 2014. Economists have done the math and found that this amount equates to sending over 34,000 students to Louisiana public schools. Plus, for every five jobs that the company creates, another 16 jobs are created in the economy. With two new power plants under construction in Louisiana, Jimenez said they have continued to make great progress as a leading employer and low-cost electricity provider. “We want to continue to improve the work force,” he said. “We also want to go out and continue to attract foreign direct investment by bringing companies outside the United States to Louisiana. “Finally, we want to continue supporting policies and initiatives that improve our state’s competitive advantage; dredging the Mississippi river, improving business tax climate uncertainty, investing in the transportation infrastructure—all these are important.” Overall, said Jimenez, Entergy is a proud Louisiana company that will continue to work to support and help create more new job and capital investment opportunities for its customers, communities and partners. “We’re a nimble organization, so wherever we can help we will try our best.” •


PORT PEOPLE

Standing by Our Veterans B y T op h er B alfer

Featured P ort Perso n Kyle Gr ah am s u pports f ellow veter an s i n the R i v er R egion community and beyo n d

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yle Graham remembers the exact day his future was decided. He remembers the exact moment. His father, a Pennsylvania state trooper, was the first responder at the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11, 2001, and Graham said that was when he understood what he had to do. His life, along with thousands of others, was suddenly changed. “That’s when I decided,” Graham said. “I realized that I wanted to serve my country.” In high school, he was a wrestler and a football captain, already showing an inclination toward leadership. He watched as his older brother attended the U. S. Air Force Academy and, seeing how

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formative the experience was for him, Graham was motivated to apply to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Admission at West Point is no easy feat: candidates must receive a nomination from a member of Congress, in addition to proving their mettle in academics, extracurriculars and community service. Intimidating as the process might have been, Graham was admitted, and he said West Point taught him how to have “a foundation of trust,” a lesson he said he never stops learning. “I earned a mechanical degree from West Point, but they also taught me leadership,” he said. “I learned how to be part of a team.” Currently Site Logistics Leader with

Dow, Graham graduated from West Point in 2006, followed by several months of additional training. But the escalation of responsibility for Graham did not stop there; in fact, it only intensified further when he was deployed to Iraq that same year. Starting out as a Tank Platoon Leader on a team that maintained M1A1 tanks, Graham moved up the ranks to become a Troop Executive Officer within two years. Within five, he was Troop Commander, responsible for guiding and supporting a team of 110. The work was rigorous and exhausting, but Graham continued to grow; as he did, he made sure that his fellow soldiers grew with him. “You are not successful unless your team


C O M PA N Y P R O F I L E is successful. Leadership is about clearing the obstacles for your team to achieve their goals,” he said. “My job was to inspire, support, protect, coach and develop. So I didn’t have to stand up and scream. We just understood what we had to do as a team.” Graham said that when he looks back now on his time in Iraq, what lingers for him is the connection he made with his fellow soldiers. “The experience was about the people,” Graham said. “That’s really what mattered the most.” Graham even recounted a fond memory of he and several other soldiers reading the final Harry Potter book when it was released in 2007. He was in Baghdad at the time, but as a self-proclaimed lover of fantasy, Graham said he couldn’t wait to hear the end. “It was amazing that we could all just enjoy a story out there,” he said. “It’s a way to escape.” And so it makes sense that after his five and a half years in the Army, those relationships Graham formed with his fellow soldiers would continue to influence his future. He wanted to keep building on the same values of trust and teamwork that were so critical at West Point and in Iraq. Graham had further solidified his admiration for his country and those dedicated to protecting it — but on the other side of his service, he came to realize that immersion into civilian life was not so simple. Though he managed to get back on track fairly quickly by taking a position as Maintenance Group Leader at Dow Chemical Company, Graham felt a sense of responsibility to the soldiers who did not have such an easy time of it. “Just think — all the experiences you had, you really can’t talk to anyone about,” he said. “No one at home knows what you mean when you talk about operating a tank, or anything like that.” At Dow Chemical, Graham wanted to make sure that he did his part to support his fellow vets, both inside and outside the company. Other Dow sites across the country already had existing support systems called Vet-Net, which provides members of the armed forces with employment opportunities, networking development and educational resources, in addition to community outreach for local veterans. According to the Dow website, the group aims to “preserve, promote and acknowledge the virtues of military service.” Graham was passionate about getting involved with Louisiana’s own Vet-Net

Opposite Page: The Dow St. Charles Operations Site Leader serving Dow St. Charles Veterans during the 2017 Veterans Day appreciation lunch; Headshot and photo of Kyle Graham In Iraq on the Tigris River in 2007. tOP: A group from the Dow St. Charles Operations Veterans Network supporting the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Home Memorial Day Celebration. Middle: Dow St. Charles Operations event with the Dow Number 3 NASCAR Car with the 2017 Veterans body on it. Bottom: The Dow St. Charles Operations Veterans Network.

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community, and fortunately for him, there was plenty of opportunities to make that happen. He was able to travel to the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Home, where Dow sponsored a Memorial Day celebration, and he has had the opportunity to connect with and inspire those who paved the way ahead of him. “Vets have a great skill set. They’re committed, and they support their team,” he said. “They’re trained to do incredible things at a young age. They are dedicated, they are great workers, and that makes them valuable. It’s a great way for us to give back.” The impact of Graham’s efforts have been recognized by his coworkers as well; Andrew Fry, the former facility manager at Dow, praised Kyle’s style of selfless leadership. “Kyle is a good leader with vision,” Fry said. “He has his own viewpoints, but he is willing to listen and consider viewpoints that contradict his. He was a good friend and someone whom I enjoyed working with.” Fry also said that Kyle’s efforts with VetNet were of particular importance to him. Having worked with the support group on his own, Fry said that Graham immediately

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became an asset when he joined the company. “Kyle volunteered to help set up the Texas chapter [of Vet-Net],” Fry said. “He got it up and running quickly, and it quickly became one of the most active chapters. He moved to Louisiana a couple of years ago and instantly started to help that chapter. This is not Kyle’s main job but instead is a secondary, volunteer role. He hasn’t asked for recognition but works for the betterment of his fellow veterans.” Graham said that he merely wanted to strive to inspire inclusion, and to “just say thank you.” Graham also represented his company and Vet-Net at the 2016 Invictus Games, a competition comprised solely of wounded and ill veterans. The annual competition was founded by Prince Harry in 2013 following a trip to the Warrior Games, where he realized the true physical and psychological benefits that sporting competitions could offer. At the Orlando Games, Graham saw over 500 veterans from more than a dozen nations demonstrate just how far they had come, an experience he said was powerful and moving. “It really just teaches that despite whatever

obstacles you’re faced with, you can overcome them,” he said. “It just shows how incredible these people are, and what they can do even after they’re faced with adversity.” After all that he has done, Graham remains humble; his motivations are unchanged. He feels inspired to continue his efforts for personal growth, and he feels compelled to nurture those he encounters along the way. “As I grow and mature, I feel there’s a lot of people who want to do good, and I’m in a position to help. Vets have a great opportunity to build a bridge,” he said. Bridges, it seems, are a specialty of Graham’s. Every part of his history is colored with the relationships he formed, the lessons he learned from those relationships, and the efforts he has made to pass those lessons along. “If you can coach and nurture people, you have a responsibility to do that — to help the next generation be successful,” he said. Kyle Graham has come a long way from that day in 2001, and he has done precisely what he set out to do — but he isn’t finished yet. •


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P O R Tr a i t s As part of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (in partnership with the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council), an eight-member delegation of maritime officials, port managers, and business representatives from Australia, Indonesia, Kenya, Madagascar, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Zimbabwe, visited reccently to gather information about the Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) program.

Port of South Louisiana Commission Treasurer P. Joey Murray, III and Executive Director Paul Aucoin (center) ceremoniously open Executive Regional’s (KAPS) first transient hangar, joined by St. John the Baptist Parish Assessor Lucien Gauff, (fourth from the left), LA DOTD Assistant to the Secretary for Policy Chance McNeely (fifth from the right), and St. John the Baptist Parish President Natalie Robottom as well as Port Commissioners staff and others attending the event.

As the nation’s largest grain exporter, the Port was visited by members of the U.S. Soybean Export Council and a group of Chinese delegates who were touring U.S. Ports.

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Louisiana International Trade Jubilee

Pictured (L-R): Patti Crockett, Joel T. Chaisson, Commissioner Whitney Hickerson, Paul Aucoin, Commission President D. Paul Robichaux, Linda Prudhomme, and Commissioner Stanley Bazile. Port of South Louisiana Group.

Pictured: Paul Aucoin (left) and Port of South Louisiana Commission President D. Paul Robichaux.

Pictured: Paul Aucoin and Mr. ans Mrs. Mike Olivier (Comitee of 100).

Pictured (L-R): Gary Porrier (Associated Terminals), Todd Fuller (Associated Terminals), Paul Aucoin, David Fennelly (Associated Terminals), D. Paul Robichaux (Port of South Louisiana), Zeljko Franks (Associated Terminals).

Pictured: Paul Aucoin (center) with his daughters Leah Regard (left) and her husband Eric Regard and Shelley Winters (right) and her husband Michael Winters.

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The Port hosted retiring Honorary Consul General, Ms. Constance C. Willems and newly appointed Honorary Consul General of the Netherlands (in New Orleans), Ms. Deidre McGlinchey last month at the Port’s Guest House on the Globalplex facility. Pictured (L-R): Brian Cox, PSL Director of Operations; Esther van Geloven; Deidre McGlinchey; Constance Willems; Linda Prudhomme, PSL Director of Business Development; Gera Sneller; Patti Crockett, PSL Executive Assistant to Executive Director Paul Aucoin; and Roy Quezaire, PSL Deputy Director.

Port of South Louisiana Parish President’s Economic Development Meeting, in attendance Pictured L-R: Linda Prudhomme, Port of South Louisiana Director of Business Development; Jerry Jones, St. John the Baptist Parish Director of Economic Development; Paul Aucoin, Port of South Louisiana Executive Director; Natalie Robottom, St. John the Baptist Parish President; Corey Faucheux, St. Charles Parish Director of Economic Development, Timothy “Timmy” Roussel, St. James Parish President; and Michelle NailorOctave, St. James Parish Chief Administrative Officer.

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The 2nd Annual Andouille Fly-In was held in October. Executive Regional welcomed guests from as far away as Victoria, TX (pictured here) who came to the area to experience the local flavor that is so unique to South Louisiana.


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Ochsner’s Flight Care Team was present for the recent Pilots for Patients Fly In held at the Port’s Executive Regional Airport.

Executive Director Paul Aucoin and Stephanie Oswald of WGNO TV act out a skit for the station’s News with a Twist show.

Paul Aucoin is seen here being interviewed for the News with a Twist segment on WGNO by reporter Stephanie Oswald. The interview which took place at the Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport was done to promote the Andouille Fly-In which coincides with the annual St. John the Baptist Parish Andouille Festival.

Philip Thomas, Founder and President of Pilots for Patients, speaks to a crowd of guests who flew in and drove in for our first Pilots for Patients Fly-In to learn about the benefits of this organization. The goal of Pilots for Patients is to eliminate the financial, medical or logistical burdens of travel for patients seeking treatment at distant medical facilities. For more information go to their website: www.pilotsforpatients.org

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Globalplex Intermodal Terminal address:

155 West 10th Street, Reserve, La. 70084 P.O. Box 909, LaPlace, La. 70069 p h o n e : 985-652-9278 fa x : 985-653-0798 e - m a i l : info@portsl.com w e b : www.PortSL.com c o n ta c t ( s ) : Paul Aucoin, Executive Director; Roy Quezaire, Deputy Director l o c at i o n : River mile 138.5 e q u i p m e n t : Two Manitowoc 2250 rail-mounted gantry cranes; 100,000-pound capacity weighing scale for trucks; 100,000 square foot warehouse; 72,000-square-foot, and 40,000-square-foot transit shed; and a 177,000 square foot paved open storage pad d o c k : 204 ft. x 660 ft. with upstream and downstream mooring dolphins. allow for dockage of panamax size vessels; 700 ft x 65 ft finger pier general cargo operators associated terminals ph : 985-536-4520 mailing address:

Globalplex Bulk Dock mailing address:

P.O. Box 909, LaPlace, La. 70069 985-652-9278 fa x : 985-653-0798 e - m a i l : info@portsl.com w e b : www.PortSL.com c o n tac t ( s ): Paul Aucoin, Executive Director; Roy Quezaire, Deputy Director l o c at i o n : River mile 138.5 f u n c t i o n : Transfer and store bulk, primarily cement fluorspar limestone and wood chips e q u i p m e n t : An 800 tons-per-hour continuous Carlsen ship unloader, a 1,800 tons-per-hour ship-loading system, 100,000 tons of cement storage in two storage domes, 70,000 tons of storage for flourspar in an A-frame building and approximately nine acres of paved open storage for wood chips and other products. d o c k :507’ x 44’ with upstream and downstream mooring buoys to allow for panamax-size vessels phone:

ADM Reserve address:

2032 La. Highway 44, Reserve, La. 70084 985-536-1151 fa x : 985-536-1152 w e b : ADMWorld.com c o n ta c t ( s ) : Mike Landry, generale manager of commercial operations l o c at i o n : River mile 139.2 f u n c t i o n : Grain export elevator. o t h e r : Fully automated phone:

Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport A d d r e s s : P.O. Box 909, La Place, La. 70069-0909 A d d r e s s : 355 Airport Road, Reserve, La. 70084 p h o n e : 985-652-9295 ext. 8510/8512 w e b : portsl.com/airport-services e m a i l : psl-era@portsl.com c o n ta c t : Vincent Caire, Airport Director l o c at i o n : N30° 05.25’, W30°34.97 mailing

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Plains Marketing L.P. address:

6410 Plains Terminal Road, St. James, La. 70086 t e r m i n a l m a n a g e r : Craig Ellinwood p h o n e : 225-265-2353 fa x : 225-265-3171 w e b : PAALP.com l o c at i o n : Mile marker 158.6 f u n c t i o n : Storage of petroleum products.

SoLaPort West Bank industrial site acquired for development into an industrial park located adjacent to Dow in St. Charles Parish. c o n ta c t : phone:

Paul Aucoin (985) 652-9278

Pin Oak Terminals address:

4006 Highway 44 Mt. Airy, La. 70076 c o n ta c t : Tricia LeBoeuf p h o n e : 985-224-2038 fa x : 985-535-2634 w e b : PinOakTerminals.com l o c at i o n : Mile marker 144.1 f u n c t i o n : Storage of petroleum products.

PSL Westbank St. James c o n ta c t :

Paul Aucoin (985) 652-9278 Property acquired for development. phone:

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L I S T I N G S B Y C AT E G O R Y AI R CARGO AG E NTS Agility Project Logistics and Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, Suite 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-1000 F: 504-465-1023 E: projects@agility.com www.agility.com W. R. Zanes and Company of Louisiana, Inc. Diane Schexnayder 223 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-524-1301 F: 504-524-1309 E: norleans@wrzanes.com www.wrzanes.com AI RPORT

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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Iftikhar Ahmad P.O. Box 20007 New Orleans, LA, 70141 P: 504-303-7500 F: 504-465-1264 E: garyr@flymsy.com Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport Vincent Caire, Airport Director 355 Airport Road Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-652-9295 ext. 8510 E: vcaire@portsl.com www.portsl.com Alumina Ref inery Noranda Alumina, LLC Todd Bland, Procurement and Logistics Manager Ed Durce, Emergency Response Coordinator FSO 111 Airline Highway (US 61) Gramercy, LA, 70052-3370 P: 225-869-2153, 225-869-2263 F: 225-869-2111 E: todd.bland@noralinc.com www.norandaalumina.com ASSOCI ATI ONS/ ORGAN I ZATIONS American Association of Exporters and Importers Marianne Rowden 1717 K St., NW, Suite 1120 Washington,D.C., 20006 P: 202-857-8009 F: 202-857-7843 E: hq@aaei.org www.aaei.org American Association of Port Authorities Kurt Nagle 1010 Duke St. Alexandria, VA, 22314 P: 703-684-5700 F: 703-684-6321 E: info@aapa-ports.org www.aapa-ports.org 36

companies listed on the following pages do business with the port of south louisiana

American Waterways Operators, Inc Tom Allegreti 801 North Quincy, Suite 200 Arlington,VA, 22203 P: 703-841-9300 F: 703-841-0389 www.americanwaterways.com Greater New Orleans Barge Fleeting Association, Inc. Karl Gonzales, President PO Box 232 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 504-737-6993 F: 504-737-6997 E: karl@gulfsouthmarine.com www.gnobfa.com Greater New Orleans, Inc Michael Hecht, President & CEO 1100 Poydras St., Suite. 3475 New Orleans, LA, 70163 P: 504-527-6900 F: 504-527-6970 www.gnoinc.org Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association Jim Stark, President PO Box 321649 Cocoa Beach, FL, 32932 P: 901-490-3312 E: jstark@gicaonline.com www.gicaonline.com Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Mayra E. Pineda President & CEO 1515 Poydras St., Suite 1010 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-885-4262 F: 504-887-5422 E: president@hccl.biz www.hccl.biz Inland Rivers Ports and Terminals, Inc. Aimee Andres East Alton,IL, 62024 P: 618-468-3010 E: admin@irpt.net www.irpt.net International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans Cathy Vienne 1908 Clearview Parkway, Suite 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: iffcbano@bellsouth.net www.iffcbano.org Louisiana Maritime Association Capt. Ronald Branch, President P: 504-899-5535 E: ron.branch@ louisianamaritime.org

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Louisiana International Trade Center Ruperto Chavarri 2926 World Trade Center New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-568-8222 F: 504-599-1152 E: rchavarr@uno.edu Louisiana Maritime International Chamber of Commerce Cathy Vienne 1908 Clearview Pkwy. Suite. 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: lmicc@bellsouth.net Mississippi Valley Trade and Transport Council Lisa McGoey, Executive Director 365 Canal St., 1190 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-566-1001 E: lmcgoey@mvttc.com www.mvttc.com New Orleans Board of Trade, LTD. Brett Bourgeois, Executive Director 365 Canal St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-525-3271 E: nobot@bellsouth.net New Orleans Steamship Association Sean Duffy 3939 N. Causeway Blvd, Suite 102 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-833-4190 F: 504-833-4191 E: maritime@gsma.us Ports Association of Louisiana (PAL) Gary P. LaGrange, Executive Director Candace Griffin, Association Manager 666 N Third St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70808 P: 225-334-9040 F: 225-334-9044 E: candaceatpal@gmail.com www.portsoflouisiana.org River Region Chamber of Commerce Chassity McComack, Executive Director 390 Belle Terre Boulevard LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-359-9777 F: 985-359-9778 E: chassity@ riverregionchamber.org www.riverregionchamber.org Southern U.S. Trade Association Bernadette Wiltz 701 Poydras St., Suite 3845 New Orleans, LA, 70139 P: 504-568-5986 F: 504-568-6010 E: bernadette@susta.org www.susta.org

The Propeller Club of the U.S. Port of New Orleans Cathy Vienne 1908 Clearview Pkwy, Suite 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: propclubnola@bellsouth.net World Affairs Council of New Orleans Peggy Armstrong 2045 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 539 New Orleans, LA, 70122 P: 504-300-9144 E: info@wacno.org www.wacno.org World Trade Center of New Orleans Caitlin Cain 365 Canal St., Suite 1120 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-529-1601 F: 504-529-1691 E: info@wtcno.org www.wtcno.org Av iation attorney s Chaffe McCall, LLP Daniel Tadros, Partner 1100 Poydras St. 2300 Energy Centre New Orleans, LA, 70163-2300 P: 504-585-7000 F: 504-585-7075 E: tadros@chaffe.com www.chaffe.com BARGE LINES, FLEETING, TUG/HARBOR SERVICES AEP River Operations Mark V. Czarnecki, Senior Sales Representative 6582 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5069 F: 314-239-1003 C: 636-530-4129 E: mvczarnecki@ aepriverops.com www.aepriverops.com

American River Transportation Company Jason Porter P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.adm.com

American River Transportation Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com


Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com Bayou Fleet, Inc. Robin Durant P.O. Box 446 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-6403 F: 985-783-6413 E: rbd@bayoufleet.com www.bayoufleet.com Bisso Towboat Company Scott Slatten 13969 River Road Luling, LA, 70070 P: 504-861-1411 F: 504-861-3545 www.bissotowing.com Blessey Marine Services, Inc. Clark Todd 1515 River Oaks Road East Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-734-1156 F: 504-734-1195 E: ctodd@blessey.com www.blessey.com C River Logistics A SSA Marine Company Pam Cascio, President Lori Olivier, Operations Manager 2955 Ridgelake Drive, Suite 202 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-832-0500 F: 504-832-8110 E: pam.cascio@c-riverlogistics. com, lori.olivier@criverlogistics.com www.ssamarine.com Canal Barge Company H. Merritt Lane III, President 835 Union St., Suite 300 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-581-2424 F: 504-584-1505 E: TerminallingInfo@ canalbarge.com www.canalbarge.com Cargo Carriers, Inc. Joshua Perry, Asst Gulf Operations Manager 2292 LA Highway 44 Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-1501 E: ccresdispatch@cargill.com

Carline’s Geismar Fleet Brad Parks, President PO Box 1360 Gonzales, LA, 70707 P: 225-343-1951 F: 225-473-6676 E: info@carlinecompanies.com www.carlinecompanies.com Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 F: 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com Cenac Towing Company, Inc. Dustin Walker P.O. Box 2617 Houma, LA, 70361 P: 985-872-2413 F: 985-851-3585 E: dustin.walker@cenac.com www.cenac.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190 East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Erik Cooper, Managing Director Northern Marine Operations 9114 Stevedoring Road Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-239-4931 F: 225-239-4931 E: erik.cooper@ cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Ceres Consulting, LLC Jeff Lee 3808 Cookson Road East St. Louis, IL, 62201 P: 225-937-7893 F: 618-271-7927 E: jeffl@ceresbarge.com www.ceresbarge.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Peter Murray, Managing Director Southern Marine Operations 665 Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-7285 E: peter.murray@ cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Chem Carriers Towing, LLC Frank Banta, Managing Owner 1237 LA Highway 75 Sunshine, LA, 70780 P: 225-642-0060 F: 225-642-5100 E: logistics@chemcarriers.com www.chemcarriersllc.com

Crescent Towing Company Keith Kettenring, Chief Operating Officer 1240 Patterson St. New Orleans, LA, 70114 P: 504-227-7000 F: 504-361-5391 E: nola@crescenttowing.com www.crescenttowing.com

Continental Underwriters Teddy Boone, President H. Elder Brown III, Vice President 2235 N. Highway 190 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-898-5300 F: 985-898-5324 E: tboone@cultd.com, ebrowniii@cultd.com www.cultd.com

Deloach Marine Services, LLC Trenton DeLoach P.O. Box 576 Port Allen, LA, 70767 P: 225-336-9933 F: 225-336-9936 E: TrentonDeLoach@ deloachmarine.com www.deloachemarine.com E.N. Bisso and Son, Inc. William H. McDonald 1 Walnut St. New Orleans, LA, 70118 P: 504-828-3296 F: 504-831-6701 E: wmcdonald@enbisso.com www.enbisso.com

Eagle Marine Industries, Inc. Dale Sondgeroth #1 Riverview Ave. Sauget, IL, 62201 P: 618-875-1153 F: 618-875-1505 E: dale.sondgeroth@ eaglemarineindustries.com East Side River Transportation James McEvilly, President 15 Bronze Pointe Swansea, IL, 62226 P: 618-277-4481 F: 618-277-4495 Enterprise Marine Service, LLC Eric Ricker, Director of Operations P.O. Box 3817 Houma, LA, 70361 P: 985-858-560 F: 985-872-4968 E: earicker@eprod.com Florida Marine Transporters Louis Develle, Operations Manager 2360 5th St. Mandeville, LA, 70471 P: 985-629-2082 F: 985-629-2110 E: info@flmarine.com www.floridamarine.com Heartland Barge Management Brian Mueller, President 1007 North Main St. Columbia, IL, 62236 P: 618-281-451 F: 618-281-4545 E: Brian.mueller@hlcompanies.com www.hl-barge.com Higman Marine, Inc. George H. Thomas, President 1980 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 1101 Houston, TX, 77056 P: 713-552-1101 F: 713-552-0732 E: higman@higman.com www.higman.com Ingram Barge Company Brian Rafferty, Vice President of Dry Cargo & Logistics 4400 Harding Road Nashville, TN, 37205 P: 615-298-820 F: 615-298-8213 E: Brian.Rafferty@ IngramBarge.com www.ingrambarge.com Ingram Barge Company Russ Lampkins David North P.O. Box 533 Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-479-7200 F: 985-479-7261 E: Russ.Lampkins@ IngramBarge.com, david. north@IngramBarge.com www.ingrambarge.com w w w. p o r t s l . c o m | W i n t e r 2 0 1 7

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K.C. Boat Company, Inc. Terry Meyward, President Terry Eymard P.O. Box 731 Marrero, LA, 70073 P: 504-341-8555 504-341-0709 Kirby Inland Marine Ann Bone, Office Manager P.O. Box 1537 Houston, TX, 77251 P: 713-435-1000 F: 713-435-1510 www.kirbycorp.com Kirby Ocean Transport Frank Wiseman, Operations Manager 2011 Engineers Road Belle Chase, LA, 70037 P: 225-201-3105 F: 504-391-2295 E: frank.wiseman@kirbycorp.com www.kirbycorp.com

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L and L Marine Transportation Lee Leboeuf, Owner P.O. Box 931 Harvey, LA, 70059 P: 504-366-287 F: 504-362-2428 Louisiana Carriers, LLC Russell Plaisance, Manager Tommy Plaisance, Operations Manager P.O. Box 1626 Larose, LA, 70373 P: 985-693-5858 F: 985-693-4386 E: tjp504@aol.com, tommyp@lacarriers.net www.lacarriers.net M G - Transport Services, LLC Paul Woods, Executive Vice President 3838 N. Causeway Boulevard, Three Lakeway Center, Suite 3080 Metairie, LA, 70002-8339 P: 504-836-708 F: 504-836-7086 E: dispatch@mgtransport.com www.mg-transport.com M. G. Maher and Company Paula Maher, President 365 Canal St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-581-332 F: 504-529-2611 www.mgmaher.com Magnolia Marine Transport Company Stan Humphreys, President Lee Lampton, Traffic P.O. Box 308 Vicksburg, MS, 39181 P: 800-696-592 F: 601-638-8475 www.magnoliamarine.com 38

Maquette Transportation Company John Eckstein, President 5525 Mounes St. Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-733-5845 E: jeckstein@marquettetrans.com www.marquettetrans.com

Riverland Resources, Inc. Dave DeLuca, Sales Representative 1404 Corporate Square Boulevard Slidell, LA, 70458 P: 985-847-955 F: 985-847-9461

Marine Centre Alan Savoie, Vice President P.O. Box 1028 Destrehan, LA, 70047 P: 985-783-6605 F: 985-783-1468 E: alan.savoie@ coopertsmith.com

Robert B. Miller and Associates, Inc. R. Butler Miller, President 230 S. Bemiston Ave., Suite 1230 St. Louis, MO, 63105 P: 314-863-2122 F: 314-863-2225 E: butler@millerbarge.com www.millerbarge.com

Moran Towing Corporation John Nee, Sales Manager 2049 S. Railroad St. Lutcher, LA, 70071 P: 504-524-8093, 504-400-1779 F: 225-869-5354 E: John.Nee@morantug.com www.morantug.com

SCF Marine, Inc. Myron McDonough, Vice President 727 North First St., Suite 600 St. Louis, MO, 63102 P: 314-436-7559 314-436-0499

Oakley Barge, Inc. Josh Childress, Vice President Katie Lowry, Accountant P.O. Box 17880 N. Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-467-6941 F: 501-945-6970 E: jchildress@bruceoakley.com, klowry@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880, Suite 3700, Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-087 F: 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Olympic Marine Company Peter Frane 51 North Gore Ave. Webster Groves, MO, 63119 P: 314-961-2233, 314-822-5111 F: 314-961-2299 E: peterfrane@sbcglobal.net Osprey Lines Charles Duet, VP 365 Canal St., Suite 1450 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-569-2166 F: 504-569-2166 E: projects@ospreyline.com www.ospreyline.com Otto Candies, LLC P.B. Candies, Operations Manager P.O. Box 25 Des Allemands, LA, 70030 P: 504-469-7700 F: 504-469-7740

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Southern Towing Company Kevin Conway 1874 Thomas Road Memphis, TN, 38134 P: 901-386-2644 901-386-1119 E: k.conway@southerntowing.net www.southerntowing.net St. John Fleet, LLC Brian Huber Drew Detillier P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 985-535-2049 E: bhuber@stjohnfleet.com, ddetillier@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com Summit Transportation Services, LLC Scott M. Puettmann, Manager PO Box 440309 St. Louis, MO, 63144 P: 636-458-8882 636-273-1265 E: scott@summittransllc.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com United Bulk Terminals Alan Newman, Logistics Coordinator 14537 LA Highway 15 Davant, LA, 70040 P: 504-333-7339 F: 504-908-0072 C: 504-682-5678 E: ashley.barton@ unitedbulkterminals.com www.unitedbulkterminals.com

Upper St. Rose Fleeting Allen Savoie, Fleet Manager P.O. Box 90 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-6605 F: 985-783-1468 E: allen.savoie@ cooperconsolidated.com

Valero St. Charles Refining Taryn Rogers, Public Affairs P.O. Box 518 Norco, LA, 70079 P: 985-764-5731 F: 985-764-4609 E: taryn.rogers@valero.com www.valero.com Weber Marine, Inc. John Weber, Vice President 10148 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3547 225-562-7355 E: john@webermarine.com www.webermarine.com Bu n k ering /Refueling Custom Fuel Services Kala Shihady, Sales  Manager 4400 Harding Pike Nashville, TN, 37205 P: 270-441-1678, 800-982-3367 F: 615-695-3534 E: Cfs.inquiry@customfuel.com www.customfuelservices.com John W. Stone Oil Distributor, LLC John Stone, Jr., President P.O. Box 2010 Gretna, LA, 70054 P: 504-366-3401 F: 504-392-2262 E: twillis@stoneoil.com www.stoneoil.com Martin Energy Services J P Jones, Terminal Manager 100 B Florida St. River Ridge, LA, 70123 P: 504-832-8640 E: river.ridge@martinmlp.com www.martincompanies.com Bu o y S ystems/ Mid - S trea m Faci lities AEP River Operations Mark V. Czarnecki 6582 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5069 F: 314-239-1003 C: 636-530-4129 E: mvczarnecki@aepriverops.com www.aepriverops.com


Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, Suite 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-100 F: 504-465-1023 E: projects@agility.com, seagullops@agility.com www.agility.com American Commercial Barge Lines Bryan Christy, VP, Gulf Operations Jeff Kindl 5800 River Road Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-733-7870 F: 504-733-7934 www.bargeacbl.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations Marine Operations Manager P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 504.934.4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com Bayou Fleet, Inc. Robin Durant, President P.O. Box 446 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-640 F: 985-783-6413 E: rbd@bayoufleet.com www.bayoufleet.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190, East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com CEM EN T PL A N T

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Wendell Landry, Managing Director Stevedoring Operations 3027 Highway 75 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-473-4288 F: 225-473-6161 E: wendell.landry@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com DCL Mooring and Rigging Scott Folse, Sales Executive 4400 N. Galvez St. New Orleans, LA, 70117 P: 504-944-3366, 800-228-7660 F: 504-947-8557 E: sfolse@dcl-usa.com, sales@dcl-usa.com www.dcl-usa.com St. John Fleet, LLC Chuck Jeandron Brian Huber P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 F: 985-535-2049 E: cjeandron@stjohnfleet.com, bhuber@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com United Bulk Terminals Alan Newman, Logistics Coordinator 14537 LA Highway 15 Davant, LA, 70040 P: 504-333-7339, 504-908-0072 C: 504-682-5678 E: ashley.barton@ unitedbulkterminals.com www.unitedbulkterminals.com Weber Marine, Inc. John Weber, Vice President 10148 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3547 225-562-7355 E: john@webermarine.com www.webermarine.com

Continental Cement Trey Sholar, Terminal Manager 10650 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-7471 F: 225-562-7475 E: trey.sholar@ continentalcementco.com www.continentalcementco.com Chartering A gents / Cargo Bro k e rs Bertel Shipping Company Robert Bertel, President 523 N. Alexander St. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-488-3984 F: 504-488-3986 E: operationsnola@ bertelshippingco.com www.bertelshippingco.com Celtic International Joe Tilley, Vice President 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-368-0980 F: 225-368-0988 E: ops@celtic-international.com www.celtic-international.com Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 F: 281-860-0104 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com Gulf Inland Marine Kevin Hunt, Manager P.O. Box 730, 2341 South Darla Ave. Gonzales, LA, 70707 P: 225-647-2770 - 24 Hours 225-647-2778 E: operations@gulfinland.com www.gulfinland.com

International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans Cathy Vienne, Association Director 1908 Clearview Parkway, 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: iffcbano@bellsouth.net www.iffcbano.org Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875 F: 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Pacific Gulf Marine, Inc. Todd Johnson, President P.O. Box 6479 New Orleans, LA, 70174 P: 504-362-8121 F: 504-364-6484 E: tbj@pac-gulf.biz www.pac-gulf.biz

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American River Transportation Company Archer Daniels Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.adm.com

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Panalpina, Inc. Steven Ticknor, SVP Country Head of Energy Solutions USA 201 Evans Road, Suite 301 New Orleans, LA, 70123 P: 504-218-1900 F: 504-733-2217 E: steven.ticknor@panalpina.com www.panalpina.com Intermarine, LLC Dave Simoneaux, Claudia Bernat, Sales, Americas One Canal Place 365 Canal St., Suite 2400 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-529-2100, 504-571-1107 F: 281-872-4444 E: leah.martinez@intermarine. com, claudia.bernat@ intermarine.com www.intermarine.com Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 F: 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com Dan-Gulf Shipping, Inc. Niels Busse, President 3117 7th St., Suite 300 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-830-3900 F: 504-830-3909 E: dgs@dan-gulf.com www.dan-gulf.com w w w. p o r t s l . c o m | W i n t e r 2 0 1 7

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CONSULTING ENGINEERS Waldemar S. Nelson Kenneth Nelson, President 1200 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-523-5281 F: 504-523-4587 E: ken.nelson@wsnelson.com www.wsnelson.com CONTAINER EQUIPMENT

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985-856-1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com

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Conglobal Industries Michelle Bradley, General Manager Troy Rose, Sales Manager 10090 Almonaster Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70127 P: 504-246-7853 F: 504-242-4867 E: mbradley@cgini.com trose@cgini.com www.cgini.com Larsen Intermodal Services David Larsen 12301 Old Gentilly Road New Orleans, LA, 70129 P: 504-243-1991 F: 504-243-6665 E: dave@larsenintermodal.com www.larsenintermodal.com Pro Box Steve McVille, President 3807 Oates Road Houston, TX, 77013 P: 713-671-0646 F: 713-671-0758 E: steve.mcville@proboxinc.com www.proboxinc.com Schenker, Inc. 120 Mallard St., Suite 140 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-464-4320 504-464-4399 www.dbshenkerusa.com Container Sa l es/ Leasing Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 F: 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com 40

Conglobal Industries Michelle Bradley, General Manager Troy Rose, Sales Manager 10090 Almonaster Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70127 P: 504-246-7853 F: 504-242-4867 E: mbradley@cgini.com, trose@cgini.com www.cgini.com Larsen Intermodal Services David Larsen 12301 Old Gentilly Road New Orleans, LA, 70129 P: 504-243-1991 F: 504-243-6665 E: dave@larsenintermodal.com www.larsenintermodal.com Pro Box Steve McVille, President 3807 Oates Road Houston, TX, 77013 P: 713-671-0646 F: 713-671-0758 E: steve.mcville@proboxinc.com www.proboxinc.com TAL International Container Corporation Ania Mierzejewska Manager, Roll Trailers 20 Commerce Drive, Suite 240 Cranford, NJ, 7016 P: 908-721-8846 E: ania.mierzejewska@ talinternational.com www.talinternational.com TCI Trucking Jeff Louis, President 3900 France Road Parkway New Orleans, LA, 70126 P: 504-734-0561 F: 504-734-7901 E: jlouis@tcitrucking.com www.tcitrucking.com C U STOM B R O K ERS Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, Suite 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-1000 F: 504-465-1023 E: projects@agility.com, seagullops@agility.com www.agility.com Alter Logistics Company Thomas Streight, Vice President, Sales 2117 State St., Suite 300 Bettendorf, IA, 52722 P: 563-344-5100 F: 563-344-5102 E: toms@alterlogisitics.com www.alterlogistics.com International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans Cathy Vienne, Association Director 1908 Clearview Parkway, Suite 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: iffcbano@bellsouth.net www.iffcbano.org

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Irwin Brown Company, The John Hyatt, Vice President 212 Chartres St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-586-0378 F: 504-525-8527 E: johnthyatt@ibrown.com www.ibrown.com J. W. Allen and Company, Inc. Gerald Becnel, President Kristi App Box 34, 200 Crofton Road Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-464-0181 ext. 111 F: 504-464-0182 E: kristi@jwallen.com, info@jwallen.com www.jwallen.com M. G. Maher and Company Paula Maher, President 365 Canal St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-581-3320 F: 504-529-2611 www.mgmaher.com Mallory Alexander International Logistics Ryan Hurlbut, Manager 3850 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 1825 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-837-4703 F: 504-834-0899 E: ryanh@mallorygroup.com www.mallorygroup.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Page and Jones, Inc. Michael Higgins, Manager 1000 Riverbend Boulevard L St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-464-1200 F: 504-464-1227 E: mhiggins@pagejones.com www.pagejones.com Panalpina, Inc. Steven Ticknor, SVP Country Head of Energy Solutions USA 201 Evans Road, Suite 301 New Orleans, LA, 70123 P: 504-218-1900 F: 504-733-2217 E: steven.ticknor@panalpina.com www.panalpina.com Somner Express P.O. Box 5 Memphis, TN, 38101 P: 800-748-1391, 901-521-8238 F: 901-525-2232 E: larryjr@somnerexpress.com www.somnerexpress.com

The Kearney Companies David Kearney, President P.O. Box 3799 New Orleans, LA, 70177 P: 504-831-0266 F: 504-831-7669 E: dkearney@ kearneycompanies.com www.dkearneycompanies.com W. R. Zanes and Company of Louisiana, Inc. Diane Schexnayder, President 223 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-524-1301 F: 504-524-1309 E: norleans@wrzanes.com www.wrzanes.com Design Engineering ( Ci v i l / En v ironmental) Hartman Engineering, Inc. Jared Monceaux, P.E., President 527 W Esplanade Ave., Suite 300 Kenner, LA, 70065 P: 504-466-5667 F: 504-466-6166 E: mail@harteng.com Matrix PDM Engineering, Inc A. Kevin Fry, P.E., Industry Leader, Grain and Marine 3510 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 515 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-293-3900 F: 504-293-3999 E: kevinfry@matrixpdm.com www.matrixpdm.com PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 F: 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com Di v ing Contractors Specialty Diving Marshall Whitmer 24358 Gliderport Road Loranger, LA, 70446 P: 985-542-8770 F: 985-345-7602 E: mwhitmer@sdive.com www.sdive.com D RED G I NG DSC Dredge, LLC Robert Wetta 156 Airport Road Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-479-1355 F: 985-479-1367 E: rbwetta@dscdredge.com


DRY BULK TERMI N A l S Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, Suite 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-1000 F: 504-465-1023 E: projects@agility.com, seagullops@agility.com www.agility.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com

Bayou Steel Group Rob Simon, CEO 138 Highway 3217 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-4900 F: 985-652-0336 bayousteelgroup.com Cargill Incorporated Jeremy Seyfert, Facility Manager 2154 LA Highway 44 Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-1502 F: 985-536-1515 E: pat_gathman@cargill.com www.cargill.com Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 F: 504-587-1101 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com

Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals, Inc. Randy Comeaux, General Manager 7116 LA Highway 22 Sorrento, LA, 70778 P: 225-675-5387 F: 225-675-8259 E: terminals@kindermorgan.com www.kindermorgan.com

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

Mosaic - Uncle Sam Steve Susick, Plant Manager 7250 LA Highway 44 Uncle Sam, LA, 70792 P: 225-474-9700 225-474-1344 www.mosaicco.com

Continental Cement Trey Sholar, Terminal Manager 10650 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-7471 F: 225-562-7475 E: trey.sholar@ continentalcementco.com www.continentalcementco.com Convent Marine Terminal Mickey Gauldin, Plant Manager 7790 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5200 F: 225-562-9948 E: cmt_ops@suncoke.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Wendell Landry, Managing Director Stevedoring Operations 3027 Highway 75 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-473-4288 F: 225-473-6161 E: wendell.landry@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190, East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com Evonik Stockhausen, Inc. Daniel Fricker, Site Manager 3606 LA Highway 44 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-6701 F: 985-535-6712 E: daniel.fricker@evonik.com north-america.evonik.com

Mosiac Phosphates Company Steve Susick, Plant Manager 9959 LA Highway 18 St. James, LA, 70086 P: 225-562-3501 F: 225-562-2797 www.mosaicco.com Noranda Alumina, LLC Todd Bland, Procurement and Logistics Manager Ed Durce, Emergency Response Coordinator FSO 111 Airline Highway (US 61) Gramercy, LA, 70052-3370 P: 225-869-2153 F: 225-869-2111 E: todd.bland@noralinc.com, edward.ducre@noralinc.com www.norandaalumina.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President of Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Nucor Steel Louisiana LLC Robert Cousins, Material Handling Port Supervisor 9101 LA Highway 3125 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-331-4000 E: robert.cousins@nucor.com www.nucor.com Oakley Barge, Inc. Josh Childress, Vice President Katie Lowry, Accountant P.O. Box 17880 N. Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-467-6941 F: 501-945-6970 E: jchildress@bruceoakley.com, klowry@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Occidental Chemical Company Convent Steve Welch, Plant Manager Herb Jones 7377 LA Highway 3214 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-9200 F: 225-562-9219 www.oxy.com

Occidental Chemical Company - Taft Louis Palmer, Plant Manager Rick Ritter 266 LA Highway 3142 Taft, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-7200 F: 985-783-1897 www.oxy.com Pinnacle Polymers Pieter Swanepoel, Vice President, Operations One Pinnacle Ave. Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2000 F: 985-535-2615 E: pieter.swanepoel@ pinnaclepolymers.com www.pinnaclepolymers.com PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 F: 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com Rain CII Brian Taylor, Plant Manager 1140 East Jefferson Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 225-869-8010 F: 225-869-8304 www.raincii.com

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Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Marketing & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504.934.4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

St. John Fleet, LLC Chuck Jeandron P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 F: 985-535-2049 E: cjeandron@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@ terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com United Bulk Terminals Alan Newman, Logistics Coordinator 14537 LA Highway 15 Davant, LA, 70040 P: 504-333-7339 F: 504-908-0072 C: 504-682-5678 E: ashley.barton@ unitedbulkterminals.com www.unitedbulkterminals.com Weber Marine, Inc. John Weber, Vice President 10148 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3547 F: 225-562-7355 E: john@webermarine.com www.webermarine.com w w w. p o r t s l . c o m | W i n t e r 2 0 1 7

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Yara North America Phil Massie, Facilities Manager 10214 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-7477 225-562-7470 E: phil.massie@yara.com www.yara.com Zen-Noh Grain Corporation Eric Slater, General Manager Operations 8886 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3571 225-562-5335 Electric Utility/Power

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Entergy Louisiana, LLC Little Gypsy Plant Glenn Savoie, Plant Manager 17420 River Road Montz, LA, 70068-9008 P: 985-653-3801 F: 985-653-3805 E: gsavoie@entergy.com www.entergy.com Entergy Louisiana, LLC Waterford 1 and 2 (Fossil) Dana Boyd, Plant Manager 17705 River Road Killona, LA, 70057-2009 P: 985-783-4001 F: 985-783-4010 E: dboyd1@entergy.com www.entergy.com Entergy Louisiana, LLC Waterford 3 Nuclear Don Brenton, General Manager, Plant Operations 17265 River Road Killona, LA, 70057 P: 504-464-3120 F: 504-464-3262 E: dbrento@entergy.com www.entergy.com ENVI RON MENTA L CON SULTI NG

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E q u ipm ent & Freight B ro k ers American Machinery Movers, Inc. Dennis J. Scandurro, Sr., President 247 Iris Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-834-4930, 888-266-6683 504-834-0367 E: amm@amm-move.com www.amm-move.com Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com Ceres Consulting, LLC Jeff Lee, Bulk Cargo Sales 3808 Cookson Road East St. Louis, IL, 62201 P: 225-937-7893 618-271-7927 E: jeffl@ceresbarge.com www.ceresbarge.com Cross Road Centers 32 East Airline Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-712-3472 F: 504-712-3476 E: crcloads@ crossroadcenters.com www.crossroadcenters.com

AECOM Technical Services, Inc. Joseph Berlin 7389 Florida Blvd Baton Rouge, LA, 70806 P: 225-231-6396, 225-231-6396 E: joseph.berlin@aecom.com

Frisards Trucking Martin J. Frisard, President P.O. Box 1524 Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 800-588-7911 F: 225-869-5144 E: martinf@frisards.com, dispatch@frisards.com www.frisards.com

PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com

Maritime and Commodity Services, LLC Robert Drew, Managing Partner Gilbert Wright, Managing Partner 621 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-866-0014 F: 504-866-0016 E: nola@marineinspection.com www.maritimeandcommodity.com

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MG&B Mark Greenberg, President Owner P.O. Box 664 Mandeville, LA, 70470 P: 985-893-7878, 800-256-2185 F: 985-893-7878 E: mark@mgbservices.com www.mgbservices.com Olympic Marine Company Peter Frane 51 North Gore Ave. Webster Groves, MO, 63119 P: 314-961-2233 F: 314-961-2299 E: peterfrane@sbcglobal.net Robert B. Miller and Associates, Inc. R. Butler Miller, President 230 S. Bemiston Ave., 1230 St. Louis, MO, 63105 P: 314-863-2122 314-863-2225 E: butler@millerbarge.com www.millerbarge.com St. John Fleet, LLC Chuck Jeandron P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 985-535-2049 E: cjeandron@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com Eq u ip ment Leasing / S a l e / Renta l /S erv ice American Machinery Movers, Inc. Dennis J. Scandurro, Sr., President 247 Iris Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-834-4930, 888-266-6683 504-834-0367 E: amm@amm-move.com www.amm-move.com Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 F: 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Wendell Landry, Managing Director Stevedoring Operations 3027 Highway 75 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-473-4288 F: 225-473-6161 E: wendell.landry@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190, East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com DSC Dredge, LLC Robert Wetta 156 Airport Road Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-479-1355, 985-479-1367 E: rbwetta@dscdredge.com

Louisiana Cat Troy Matherne, General Product Support Manager 3799 West Airline Highway Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 866-843-7440 F: 985-536-0950 E: info@louisianacat.com www.louisianacat.com Scioneaux, LLC Michael Scioneaux, President 643 Central Ave. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-4368 F: 985-536-4369 E: scioneauxllc@gmail.com Excavation Contractor Scioneaux, LLC Michael Scioneaux, President 643 Central Ave. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-4368 F: 985-536-4369 E: scioneauxllc@gmail.com Specialty Diving Marshall Whitmer 24358 Gliderport Road Loranger, LA, 70446 P: 985-542-8770 F: 985-345-7602 E: mwhitmer@sdive.com www.sdive.com F O REI G N CO N S UL AT E S Consulate of Albania Bret Clesi, Honorary Consul 201 St. Charles Ave., Suite 2401 New Orleans, LA, 70170 P: 504-598-0106 F: 504-598-0138 E: bclesiburns.com


Consulate of Austria Phlip D. Lorio III, Honorary Consul 1100 Poydras St. 2300 Energy Centre New Orleans, LA, 70163 P: 504-581-5141 F: 504-566-1201 E: plorio@dkslaw.com Consulate of Bangladesh Thomas B. Coleman, Honorary Consul 321 St Charles Ave., 2nd Floor New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-586-8300 F: 504-525-9537 E: tbc@colemanoffice.com Consulate of Barbados Peter Coleman, Honorary Consul 403 Baronne St. New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-529-5708 F: 504-529-5127 E: alisedurand@gmail.com

Consulate of Belize Edmund Wright, Honorary Consul 601 Poydras St., 12th Floor New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-347-6230 F: 504-392-3809 E: mundo86@hotmail.com Consulate of Brazil David Schulingkamp Honorary Consul 1615 Poydras St., 1255 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-561-6206 F: 504-529-2611 E: david.schulingkamp@ mgmaher.com Consulate of Bulgaria David Korn, Honorary Consul 4 Grand Teton Ct New Orleans, LA, 70131 E: David.Korn@phelps.com Consulate of Canada Patricia C. Denechaud, Honorary Consul 1010 Common St., Suite 3010 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-561-1191 F: 504-304-6532 E: canadanola@gmail.com Consulate of Chile Angel Carreras, Honorary Consul P.O. Box 60046 New Orleans, LA, 70160 P: 504-528-3364 F: 504-528-3487 E: apcarreras@hotmail.com

Consulate of Cyprus Thomas Mantis, Honorary Consul P.O. Box 15803 New Orleans, LA, 70175 P: 504-568-9300 F: 504-568-0056 E: tommantis@cox.net Consulate of Czech Republic Kenneth Zezulka, Honorary Consul 328 Terry Pkwy Terrytown, LA, 70056 P: 504-456-1336 F: 504-455-1565 E: khzezulka@aol.com Consulate of Denmark John Fay, Honorary Consul 1100 Poydras St., Suite 2900 New Orleans, LA, 70163 P: 504-586-8305 F: 504-523-1967 E: jfay@faynelsonfay.com Consulate of Dominican Republic Joaquin Balaguer, Honorary Consul 400 Poydras St., Suite 1520 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-522-1843 F: 504-522-1007 E: codonos@bellsouth.net Consulate of Finland Philip Claverie, Honorary Consul 365 Cnaal St., Suite 2000 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-584-9223 F: 504-568-9130 E: philip.claverie@phelps.com Consulate of France Gregor Trumel, Honorary Consul 701 Poydras St. Suite 310 New Orleans, LA, 70139 P: 504-569-2870 F: 504-569-2871 E: gregor.trumel@ diplomatie.gouv.fr Consulate of Germany Susanne Veters, Honorary Consul 3800 Florida Ave., Suite 202 Kenner, LA, 70065 P: 504-585-7588 F: 504-400-7615 E: sveters@mcglinchey.com Consulate of Haiti Sylvain Francois, Honorary Consul 7 Neron Place New Orleans, LA, 70118 E: sylvainfran@hotmail.com Consulate of Honduras Marcela Mejia, Honorary Consul 650 Poydras St., Suite 1250 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: marmejia66@yahoo.com

Consulate of Hungary Herbert Hughes, Honorary Consul 201 St. Charles Ave. 50th Floor New Orleans, LA, 70170 P: 504-897-5628 F: 504-842-1242 E: danny@dannyhughes.com

Consulate of Mexico Carlos Ponce Martinez, Honorary Consul 901 Convention Center Blvd. Suite 119 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: cponce@sre.gob.mx Consulate of Monaco Calvin Fayard, Honorary Consul 519 Florida Ave. SW Denham Springs, LA, 70726 E: Calvin@fayardlaw.com

Consulate of Iceland Greg J. Beuerman, Honorary Consul 643 Magazine St., Suite 405 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-524-3342 F: 504-524-3344 E: gbeuerman@e-bmf.com

Consulate of Nicaragua Carlos Sampson, Honorary Consul 620 North Carrollton Ave New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 713-875-2289 F: 504-236-8166 E: casnica@yahoo.com

Consulate of Ireland James McKay III, Honorary Consul 1317 Jay St. New Orleans, LA, 70122 E: jfm@la4th.org Consulate of Italy Frank Maselli, Honorary Consul 537 S. Peters St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: fm@maselliproperties.com Consulate of Japan Donna D. Fraiche, Honorary Consul 201 St Charles Ave. Suite 3600 New Orleans, LA, 70170 E: dfraiche@barkerdonelson.com Consulate of Kazakhstan Paris Theriot, Honorary Consul 650 Poydras St. Suite 2715 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: kazakh.consul@live.com

Consulate of Senegal Len Robinson, Honorary Consul 1105 Andrews Ave. Metairie, LA, 70005 E: ricusa2003@aol.com

Consulate of Lesotho Morris Reed, Honorary Consul 4735 Carondelet St. New Orleans, LA, 70115 P: 504-822-4357 F: 504-827-7096 E: morriswreed@yahoo.com Consulate of Lithuania Jacquelyn Clarkson, Honorary Consul 2448 Chelsea Dr New Orleans, LA, 70131 E: jacquelynclarkson@gmail.com

Consulate of Mali Nancy Marinovic, Honorary Consul 365 Canal St., Suite 2720 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: nancyenplanar@cox.net

Consulate of Panama Georgina Aispurua, Honorary Consul 2615 Energy Centre 1100 Poydras New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-525-3458 F: 504-524-8960 E: info@consulateofpanama.com Consulate of Portugal William H. Hines, Honorary Consul 365 Canal Place, 15th Floor New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-582-8272 F: 504-582-8583 E: bhines@joneswalker.com

Consulate of Korea William H. Langenstein, III, Honorary Consul 320 Julia St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-585-7000 F: 504-566-0843 E: langenstein@chaffe.com

Consulate of Luxembourg Gary Mannina, Honorary Consul 304 Claiborne Court New Orleans, LA, 70121 P: 504-895-0962 E: manninagaryi@yahoo.com

Consulate of Norway James Baldwin, Jr., Honorary Consul 650 Poydras St. Suite 2660 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-588-2981 F: 504-566-9804 E: jimb@coastalcargogroup.com

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Consulate of Belgium Roland Vandenweghe, Honorary Consul 618 Main St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70801 P: 504-585-0151 F: 504-566-0210 E: roland.vandenweghe@ arlaw.com

Consulate of Croatia James O. Coleman, Honorary Consul 321 St. Chalres Ave. 10th Floor New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: joc@imtt.com

Consulate of Serbia Gregory Rusovich, Honorary Consul 6660 Riverside Drive, Suite 102 Metaire, LA, 70003 P: 504-582-4162 E: grusovich@tdintlgroup.com Consulate of South Africa Keith Doley, Honorary Consul 1554 North Broad Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 E: kadoley@aol.com Consulate of Spain J. Luis Banos, Jr., Honorary Consul 400 Poydras St., Suite 1100 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-525-4951 F: 504-525-4955 E: luis@orx.com

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Consulate of St. Vincent & the Grenadine James R. Sutterfield, Honorary Consul 16716 Amberwood Dr. Baton Rouge, LA, 70810 E: jrs@swslaw.com Consulate of Suriname Roy Rodney, Jr, Honorary Consul 4529 Mohican St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70805 E: rjr@rodneylaw.com Consulate of Sweden Cecilia Kjellgren, Honorary Consul 1340 Poydras St., Suite 1710 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-586-0092 F: 504-586-0088 E: ceciliakjellgren@cox.net Consulate of Switzerland Alexandra E. Mora, Honorary Consul 322 Lafayette St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: amora@alexmora.com

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Consulate of Tanzania Suzanne Terrell, Honorary Consul 365 Canal St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: sterrell@hanrylaw.com Consulate of Thailand Henry M. Lambert, Honorary Consul 5801 Citrus Blvd Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-522-2021 504-523-1704 E: hml1942@aol.com Consulate of the Netherlands Constance Willems, Honorary Consul 701 Poydras St., Suite 4500 New Orleans, LA, 70139 E: cwillems@mcglinchey.com Consulate of the Phillipines Robert Romero, Honorary Consul 365 Canal St., Suite 2000 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: philhoncon.la@gmail.com Consulate of the United Kingdom James J. Coleman, Jr, Honorary Consul 321 St. Charles Ave., 10th Floor New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: jjcjr@colemanoffice.com Consulate of Ukraine Edward T. Hayes, Honorary Consul 1100 Poydras Ave. Suite 1700 New Orleans, LA, 70163 P: 504-585-7500 504-585-7775 E: ehayes@leakeandersson.com Consulate of Uruguay Cesar Lurati, Honorary Consul 755 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: consul@ uruguayneworleans.org 44

Consulate of Venezuela Karina Pacheco Parilli, Honorary Consul 400 Poydras St., Suite 2145 New Orleans, LA, 70130 E: consulado@neworleans. embavenez-us.org Foreign Trade Zone 124

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504.934.4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com Baker Hughes Keith Daigle 100 1st St. Morgan City, LA, 70380 P: 985-702-9661 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985-856-1288 www.bakerhughes.com Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. Craig Roussel, Executive Vice President-CAO P.O. Box 250 Lockport, LA, 70374 P: 985-532-2554 F: 985-532-7225 E: craigr@bollingershipyards.com www.bollingershipyards.com Candies Shipbuilders Carol Effler, Controller 1100 Oak St. Houma, LA, 70363 P: 985-879-3346 F: 985-876-6343 E: carol@caandiesshipbuilders.com CCI- Braithwaite Amanda England 3607 English Turn Road Braithwaite, LA, 70040 P: 504-682-4335 E: amanda.england@cci.com www.cci.com Danos Jay York 3878 West Main St. Gray, LA, 70359 P: 985-219-3313 www.danos.com Excalibar Minerals Scott Richard 4602 S. Lewis St. New Iberia, LA, 70560 P: 337-369-8090 www.newpark.com

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Foreign Trade Zones Board U.S. Department of Commerce Andrew McGilvray, Executive Secretary 1401 Constitution Ave. NW Room 21013, Room 21013 Washington, D.C., 20230 P: 202-482-2862 F: 202-482-0002 E: ftz@trade.gov www.trade.gov/ftz Globalplex Intermodal Terminal Lisa Braud, FTZ Manager 171 Belle Terre Boulevard Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-652-9278 F: 985-652-9518 E: lbraud@portsl.com www.portsl.com Halliburton Energy Carol Lambourg 1699 Highway 24 Larose, LA, 70373 P: 985-693-5527 www.halliburton.com

North American Shipbuilding, LLC Kaci Landry, Foreign Trade Zone Manager P.O. Drawer 580 Larose, LA, 70373 P: 985-601-4072 F: 985-693-1384 E: kaci.landry@chouest.com www.chouest.com Pin Oak Terminals Tricia LeBouef P.O. Box G Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 504-533-8783 www.pinoakterminals.com

Valero Refining New Orleans, LLC Mark Hudson, Foreign Trade Zone Specialist P.O. Box 696000 San Antonio, TX, 78269 P: 210-345-2460 F: 210-345-2263 E: mark.hudson@valero.com www.valero.com Freight For warders

LOOP, LLC Morgan Wolfe, Vice President of Operations Chauncey Serigny, Jr., Foreign Trade Zone Supervisor 137 Northpark Boulevard Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-276-6217, 985-276-6237 F: 985-276-6280 E: mbwolfe@loopllc.com, caserigny@loopllc.com www.loopllc.com M-I, LLC Irene Fahnders 2150 LA Highway 662 North Amelia, LA, 70340 P: 281-877-4919 F: 832-351-4188 E: ifahnders@slb.com www.slb.com

Blue Water Shipping Company Matt Boucree, President John Coyle, Vice President 4739 Utica St. Metairie, LA, 70006 P: 504-455-8462 F: 504-455-8650 E: missriver@ bluewatershipping.com www.bluewatershipping.com Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 F: 504-587-1101 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com

Marathon Petroleum Company Lindsay Simoneaux, Foreign Trade Zone Coordinator P.O. Box AC Garyville, LA, 70052 P: 985-535-7444 F: 985-535-7474 E: lsimoneaux@ marathonpetroleum.com www.marathonpetroleum.com

International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans Cathy Vienne, Association Director 1908 Clearview Parkway, Suite 203 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-779-5671 E: iffcbano@bellsouth.net www.iffcbano.org

Motiva Enterprises, LLC Kathryn Terry P.O. Box 4525 Houston, TX, 77210-4525 P: 713-241-5948 F: 281-898-7896 E: kathryn.terry@shell.com

The Irwin Brown Company John Hyatt, Vice President 212 Chartres St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-586-0378 504-525-8527 E: johnthyatt@ibrown.com www.ibrown.com


J. W. Allen and Company, Inc. Gerald Becnel, President Kristi App Box 34, 200 Crofton Road Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-464-0181 ext. 111 F: 504-464-0182 E: kristi@jwallen.com, info@jwallen.com www.jwallen.com M. G. Maher and Company Paula Maher, President 365 Canal St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-581-3320 F: 504-529-2611 www.mgmaher.com Mallory Alexander International Logistics Ryan Hurlbut, Manager 3850 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 1825 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-837-4703 F: 504-834-0899 E: ryanh@mallorygroup.com www.mallorygroup.com

MG&B Mark Greenberg, President Owner P.O. Box 664 Mandeville, LA, 70470 P: 985-893-7878, 800-256-2185 985-893-5222 E: mark@mgbservices.com www.mgbservices.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Page and Jones, Inc. Michael Higgins, Manager 1000 Riverbend Boulevard L St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-464-1200 F: 504-464-1227 E: mhiggins@pagejones.com www.pagejones.com Panalpina, Inc. Steven Ticknor, SVP Country Head of Energy Solutions USA 201 Evans Road, 301 New Orleans, LA, 70123 P: 504-733-6622 504-733-2217 E: steven.ticknor@panalpina.com www.panalpina.com Schenker, Inc. 120 Mallard St., Suite 140 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-464-4320, 504-464-4399 www.dbshenkerusa.com

The Kearney Companies David Kearney, President P.O. Box 3799 New Orleans, LA, 70177 P: 504-831-0266 F: 504-831-7669 E: dkearney@ kearneycompanies.com www.dkearneycompanies.com W. R. Zanes and Company of Louisiana, Inc. Diane Schexnayder, President 223 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-524-1301 F: 504-524-1309 E: norleans@wrzanes.com www.wrzanes.com G enera l C argo Ter m inal s

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations Marine Operations Manager P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com

Department of Homeland Security/TSA Randall A. Reddin, Asst. Federal Secuiorty Director 120 Mallard St., Suite 200 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-472-9399 E: Randall.Reddin@tsa.dhs.gov

Cajun Distribution Services, Inc. Sally Palmer-Pastor, Vice President of Operations Bob Pastor, President Sally Palmer-Pastor 600 St. George Ave. P.O. Box 10708 E New Orleans, LA, 70181 P: 504-734-8824 F: 504-733-3192 E: sally@cajundistribution.com, bob@cajundistribution.com, www.cajundistribution.com

Department of Transportation & Development Dr. Shawn Wilson, Secretary 1201 Capitol Access Road Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 P: 225-379-1232 E: dotdcs@la.gov www.dotd.la.gov

Continental Underwriters Teddy Boone, President H. Elder Brown III, Vice President 2235 N. Highway 190 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-898-5300 F: 985-898-5324 E: tboone@cultd.com & ebrowniii@cultd.com www.cultd.com Globalplex Intermodal Terminal Roy Quezaire, Deputy Director 171 Belle Terre Boulevard LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9278 F: 985-652-9518 E: rquezaire@portsl.com www.portsl.com St. John Fleet, LLC Chuck Jeandron P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 F: 985-535-2049 E: cjeandron@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com Zen-Noh Grain Corporation Eric Slater, General Manager Operations 8886 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3571 225-562-5335

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@ associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com

Department of Economic Development Don Pierson, Secretary 617 North Third St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 P: 800-450-8115 F: 225-342-3000 E: don.pierson@la.gov www.opportunitylouisiana.com

Baldwin Transfer Ty Crowder, Vice President, Sales & Marketing P.O. Box 2925 Mobile, AL, 36652 P: 800-873-3391 F: 251-438-3028 E: ty@baldwintransferco.com www.baldwintransferco.com

Department of Homeland Security Custom and Border Patrol Protection Vernon T. Foret, Area Port Director 423 Canal St., Room 260 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-670-2391 F: 504-670-2123 www.cbp.gov

government agencies

Eighth Coast Guard District (dp) Captain Thomas Kaminski, Chief of Prevention 500 Poydras St., Suite 1341 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-671-2105 F: 504-671-2269 www.uscg.mil d8 Federal Aviation Administration Kelvin Solco, Southwest Regional Adminstrator 10101 Hillwood Parkway Fort Worth, TX, 76177 P: 817-222-5001 www.faa.gov

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Mentz Maritime Agency, Inc William Mentz 401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Suite 206 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-834-2001 504-617-6584 E: mentzmar@bellsouth.net

Somner Express P.O. Box 5 Memphis, TN, 38101 P: 800-748-1391, 901-521-8238 901-525-2232 E: larryjr@somnerexpress.com www.somnerexpress.com

Federal Bureau of Investigation Jeff Sallet, Special Agent in Charge 2901 Leon C. Simon Boulevard New Orleans, LA, 70126 P: 504-816-3000 F: 504-816-3306 ww.fbi.gov Federal Maritime Commission Eric O. Mintz, Area Representative PO Box 813609 Hollywood, FL, 33081 P: 504-466-6380 F: 954-563-5630 E: emintz@fmc.gov www.fmc.gov Foreign Trade Zones Board U.S. Department of Commerce Andrew McGilvray, Executive Secretary 1401 Constitution Ave. NW Room 21013, Room 21013 Washington, D.C., 20230 P: 202-482-2862 202-482-0002 E: ftz@trade.gov www.trade.gov/ftz Lafourche Basin Levee District Randy Trosclair, Executive Director P.O. Box 670 Vacherie, LA, 70090 P: 225-265-7545 F: 225-265-7648 E: rtrosclair@lbld.us.com

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Louisiana Economic Development Don Pierson, Secretary 1051 North 3rd St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 P: 225-342-4323 F: 225-342-5349 www.opportunitylouisiana.com Pontchartrain Levee District Monica Gorman, Executive Director P.O. Box 426 Lutcher, LA, 70071 P: 225-869-9721 F: 225-869-9723 E: mgorman@leveedistrict.org www.leveedistrict.org Port of South Louisiana Paul G. Aucoin, Executive Director 171 Belle Terre Boulevard LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9278 F: 504-568-6270 E: paucoin@portsl.com www.portsl.com

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St. Charles Parish Larry Cochran, Parish President 15045 River Road P.O. Box 302 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-5000 www.stcharlesparish-la.gov St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office Greg Champagne, Sheriff 260 Judge Edward Dufresne Parkway Luling, LA, 70070 P: 985-783-6237 F: 985-783-6497 www.stcharlessheriff.org St. James Parish Timmy Roussel, Parish President P.O. Box 106 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-2260 F: 225-562-2279 E: timmy.roussel@stjamesla.com www.stjamesla.com St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office Willy Martin, Sheriff P.O. Box 83 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-2200 F: 225-562-2380 E: sheriff@stjamesla.com www.stjamessheriff.com St. John the Baptist Parish Natalie Robottom, Parish President 1801 West Airline Highway LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9569 F: 985-652-4131 www.sjbparish.com St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office Mike Tregre, Sheriff 1801 West Airline Highway LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9513 F: 985-652-7413 E: anmduronslet@ stjohnsheriff.org www.stjohnsheriff.org 46

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cathleen Kelly, Secretary Public Affairs Office 7400 Leake Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70018 P: 504-862-2201 F: 504-862-1724 E: PAO@mvn02.usace.army.mil www.mvn.usace.army.mil U.S. Border Patrol J.D. Richards, Chief Patrol Agent 423 Canal St., 409 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-376-2800 F: 504-376-2821 www.cbp.gov U.S. Coast Guard Eighth District Captain Wayne Arguin, USCG Sector New Orleans 200 Hendee St. New Orleans, LA, 70114 P: 504-365-2215 F: 504-365-2216 www.uscg.mil U.S. Customs and Border Protection James Welch, Port Director 110 N. Airline Highway Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 225-869-3765 F: 225-869-8909 E: james.j.welch@cpb.dhs.gov www.cbp.gov U.S. Department of Agriculture APHIS PPQ Patrick Gilmore, Facilities Director 1100 Robert E Lee Boulevard New Orleans, LA, 70124 P: 504-288-6592 U.S. Department of Commerce ITA New Orleans U.S. Export Assistance Center John Henry Jackson, International Trade Specialist 423 Canal St., Suite 419 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-589-6546 F: 504-589-2337 E: office.neworleans@trade.gov www.export.gov/louisiana U.S. Food and Drug Unit 628 N. 4th St. Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 P: 225-342-7517 F: 225-342-7672 www.dhh.la.gov U.S. Maritime Administration Division of Gulf Operations Dee Varshney, Ship Operations Maintenance Officer 500 Poydras St., Suite 1223 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-589-2000 F: 504-589-6593 E: dee.varshney@dot.gov www.dot.gov

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USDA, AMS, FGIS George Banks Sr., Assistant Field Operations Manager P.O. Box 640 Destrehan, LA, 70047 P: 985-235-5042 F: 985-764-0732 E: george.d.banks@usda.gov www.usda.gov grain e l e vator ADM Destrehan James Greer, Superintendent Mike Landry, Vice President Export Operations P.O. Box 97 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 985-764-7586 F: 985-764-1888 E: james.greer@adm.com www.adm.com ADM Paulina Floyd Sutton, Superintendent P.O. Box 97 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 985-536-1151 F: 985-536-1152 E: randall.boeckmann@adm.com www.adm.com ADM Reserve Floyd Sutton, Superintendent P.O. Box 97 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 985-443-6644, 985-536-1151 F: 985-536-1152 E: floyd.sutton@adm.com www.adm.com

ADM Grain Ama Scott Walsh, Superintendent P.O. Box 97 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-8245 F: 504-431-7275 E: scott.walsh@adm.com www.adm.com Bunge North America, Inc. Cal Williams, Director, Gulf Operations 12442 River Road Destrehan, LA, 70047 P: 985-764-6516 F: 314-292-4943 E: cal.williams@bunge.com www.bunge.com Cargill Incorporated Jeremy Seyfert, Facility Manager 2154 LA Highway 44 Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-1502 F: 985-536-1515 E: pat_gathman@cargill.com www.cargill.com

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 F: 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Oakley Barge, Inc. Josh Childress, Vice President Katie Lowry, Accountant P.O. Box 17880 N. Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-467-6941 F: 501-945-6970 E: jchildress@bruceoakley.com, klowry@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875 F: 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@ terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com Total Supply, LLC Arlene Tranchina, Manager Penny Hawkes, Sales Representative 677 West 10th St. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-3130 F: 985-536-3128 E: arlene@totalsupplyllc.com penny@totalsupplyllc.com www.totalsupplyllc.com Zen-Noh Grain Corporation Eric Slater, General Manager Operations 8886 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3571 F: 225-562-5335


Industria l/ S afet y Supp lies Herbert S. Hiller Kevin Schultz, Director of Business Development 401 Commerce Point Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-736-0008 F: 504-736-0030 E: kschultz@hillercompanies.com www.hillerfire.com Total Supply, LLC Arlene Tranchina, Manager Penny Hawkes, Sales Representative 677 W. 10th St. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-3130 F: 985-536-3128 E: arlene@totalsupplyllc.com, penny@totalsupplyllc.com www.totalsupplyllc.com Liquid Bulk Terminals

Chevron Pipeline Kris Drake, Team Leader 248 LA Highway 306 Paradis, LA, 70080 P: 1-877-596-2800 F: 985-758-0233 www.chevronpipeline.com Convent Marine Terminal Mickey Gauldin, Plant Manager 7790 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5200 F: 225-562-9948 E: cmt_ops@suncoke.com Dow St. Charles Operations Johhny Chavez, Site Leader P.O. Box 50 Hahnville, LA, 70057-0050 P: 985-783-3266 F: 985-783-3399 www.dow.com Dupont Ivan Caldwell, Plant Manager 586 LA Highway 44 LaPlace, LA, 70068-6908 P: 985-536-5129 F: 985-536-5675 www.dupont.com

Air Products and Chemicals 12465 LA Highway 70 East Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-7627 F: 225-562-7533 www.airproducts.com

Dupont Burnside Plant Joseph Debiaso, Plant Manager 3460 LA Highway 44 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-473-8618 F: 225-473-5988 www.veolia.com

Americas Styrenics, LLC Steve Koontz, Plant Manager P.O. Box 78 St. James, LA, 70086-0078 P: 225-331-3200 F: 225-331-3269 www.amstyrenics.com Argos Marine, LLC Captain Cesar Lurati P.O. Box 304 Jefferson, LA, 70011-3494 P: 504-455-1681 E: argosmarinellc@gmail.com Cargill, Inc. Liquids Terminal Jimmy Stuart, Plant Superintendent 2262 LA Highway 44 Reserve, LA, 70084-6328 P: 985-536-1531 F: 985-536-1525 www.cargill.com Center Point Terminal Company, LLC Brian Eilers, Terminal Manager P.O. Box 128 Port Allen, LA, 70767 P: 225-383-9211 F: 225-383-3348 E: beilers@worldpointlp.com www.worldpointlp.com

Ergon St. James Shane Rougee, Terminal Manager P.O. Box 69 St. James, LA, 70086 P: 225-265-8020 F: 225-265-2823 E: shane.rougee@ergon.com www.ergon.com International Matex Tank Terminals Renee Gurdain, Plant Manager P.O. Box 159 St. Rose, LA, 70087-0159 P: 504-468-3997 F: 504-469-8699 www.imtt.com John W. Stone Oil Distributor, LLC John Stone, Jr., President P.O. Box 2010 Gretna, LA, 70054 P: 504-366-3401 F: 504-392-2262 E: twillis@stoneoil.com www.stoneoil.com

LOOP, LLC Morgan Wolfe, Vice President of Operations Chauncey Serigny, Jr., Foreign Trade Zone Supervisor 137 Northpark Boulevard Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-276-6217, 985-276-6237 F: 985-276-6280 E: mbwolfe@loopllc.com, caserigny@loopllc.com www.loopllc.com Marathon Petroleum Company Tracy Case, Plant Manager P.O. Box AC Garyville, LA, 70052 P: 985-535-2241 F: 985-535-7188 Monsanto Company Jeffery Delaney, Security Supervisor P.O. Box 174 12501 River Road Luling, LA, 70070-0174 P: 985-785-8211 985-785-3874 www.monsanto.com Motiva Enterprises, LLC Norco Brett Woltjen, General Manager P.O. Box 10 Norco, LA, 70079 P: 504-465-7111 F: 504-465-6310 Nalco Champion an Ecolab Company Carl Pasquarelli, Plant Manager 3628 LA Highway 44 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2221 F: 985-535-4150 www.nalco.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us

Petroleum Fuel and Terminal Company Robert Moreau, Plant Manager 4084 LA Highway 44 Garyville, LA, 70051-0863 P: 985-535-6256 F: 985-535-6123 E: rmoreau@apexoil.com www.apexoil.com Plains Marketing Doug Fulkerson, Terminal Manager 6375 LA Highway 18 St. James, LA, 70086 P: 225-474-3900 F: 225-265-3171 E: drfulkerson@paalp.com www.paalp.com

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Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-1000 F: 504-465-1073 E: ops@seagullmarine.com, seagullops@agility.com www.agility.com

Occidental Chemical Company Taft Louis Palmer, Plant Manager Rick Ritter 266 LA Highway 3142 Taft, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-7200 F: 985-783-1897 www.oxy.com

Praxair, Inc. Carl Cantrelle, Plant Manager 261 LA Highway 3142 Hahnville, LA, 70057-2609 P: 985-783-1365 F: 985-783-6667 E: carl_cantrelle@praxair.com www.praxair.com

Shell - Convent Hugues Bourgogne, General Manager P.O. Box 37 Convent, LA, 70723-0037 P: 225-562-7681 F: 225-562-6810 www.motivaenterprises.com

NuStar St. James Terminal Mike Northcutt, Terminal Manager PO Box 157 Saint James, LA, 70086-0157 P: 225-746-2117 F: 225-265-2116 E: mike.northcutt@ nustarenergy.com www.nustarenergy.com

Shell Norco Manufacturing Complex Brett Woltjen, Site Manager P.O. Box 10 Norco, LA, 70079-0010 P: 504-465-7111, 504-465-6310 E: brett.woltjen@shell.comk www.shell.com

Oakley Barge, Inc. Josh Childress, Vice President Katie Lowry, Accountant P.O. Box 17880 N. Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-467-6941 F: 501-945-6970 E: jchildress@bruceoakley.com, klowry@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com

Shell Pipeline - Capline Robert Hill, Manager Tory Poche, Dock Coordinator P.O. Box 63 Saint James, LA, 70086-0063 P: 225-265-1103 F: 225-265-1116 E: t.poche@shell.com www.shell.com

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Valero St. Charles Refining Taryn Rogers, Public Affairs P.O. Box 518 Norco, LA, 70079 P: 985-764-5731 F: 985-764-4609 E: taryn.rogers@valero.com www.valero.com

Valero Asphalt Terrence Geason, Plant Manager P.O. Box 72 Donaldsonville, LA, 70346-0072 P: 225-473-1390 F: 225-473-5735 E: terrence.geason@valero.com www.valero.com

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American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations Marine Operations Manager P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com Cajun Distribution Services, Inc. Sally Palmer-Pastor, Vice President of Operations Bob Pastor, President Sally Palmer-Pastor 600 St. George Ave. P.O. Box 10708 E New Orleans, LA, 70181 P: 504-734-8824 F: 504-733-3192 E: sally@cajundistribution.com, bob@cajundistribution.com, sally@cajundistribution.com www.cajundistribution.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190 East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com 48

Dan-Gulf Shipping, Inc. Niels Busse, President 3117 7th St., Suite 300 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-830-3900 F: 504-830-3909 E: dgs@dan-gulf.com www.dan-gulf.com Frisards Trucking Martin J. Frisard, President P.O. Box 1524 Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 800-588-7911 F: 225-869-5144 E: martinf@frisards.com, dispatch@frisards.com www.frisards.com Gulf Inland Marine Kevin Hunt, Manager P.O. Box 730 2341 South Darla Ave. Gonzales, LA, 70707 P: 225-647-2770 F: 225-647-2778 E: operations@gulfinland.com www.gulfinland.com J.W. Allen & Company, Inc. Gerald Becnel, President Kristi App, V.P. Business Development Box 34, 200 Crofton Road Building 7D, Suite 800 Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-464-0181, 504-464-0181 F: 504-464-0182 E: jerry@jwallen.com, info@jwallen.com www.JWAllen.com

Marine Consulting AECOM Technical Services, Inc. Lou Costa 1515 Poydras St., Suite 2700 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-529-4533 F: 504-522-0554 E: louis.costa@aecom.com www.aecom.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations Marine Operations Manager P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com Ceres Consulting, LLC Jeff Lee, Bulk Cargo Sales 3808 Cookson Road East St. Louis, IL, 62201 P: 225-937-7893 F: 618-271-7927 E: jeffl@ceresbarge.com www.ceresbarge.com

Marine Inspection, LLC Robert Drew, Managing Partner Gilbert Wright, Managing Partner 621 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-866-0014 F: 504-866-0016 E: nola@marineinspection.com www.marineinspection.com Maritime Endeavors Shipping Company Marios Malikoutis, Operations 3500 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 1500 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-837-7700 F: 504-837-8482 E: ops-nola@mescltd.com www.mescltd.com Matrix PDM Engineering, Inc A. Kevin Fry, P.E., Industry Leader, Grain and Marine 3511 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 515 Metairie, LA, 70003 P: 504-293-3900 F: 504-293-3999 E: kevinfry@matrixpdm.com www.matrixpdm.com Mentz Maritime Agency, Inc William Mentz 401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Suite 206 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-834-2001 F: 504-617-6584 E: mentzmar@bellsouth.net

Maritime and Commodity Services, LLC Robert Drew, Managing Partner Gilbert Wright, Managing Partner 621 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-866-0014 F: 504-866-0016 E: nola@marineinspection.com maritimeandcommodity.com

CH2M Susan Millet, Facilities Operations 1515 Poydras St., Suite 1515 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-593-9421 F: 504-593-9460 E: susan.millet@ch2m.com www.ch2m.com

Mentz Maritime Agency, Inc William Mentz 401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Suite 206 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-834-2001 F: 504-617-6584 E: mentzmar@bellsouth.net

DSC Dredge, LLC Robert Wetta 156 Airport Road Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-479-1355 F: 985-479-1367 E: rbwetta@dscdredge.com

Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President Pan American Building 601 Poydras St., Suite 1860 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-648-3560 F: 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com

PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 F: 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com

Hartman Engineering, Inc. Jared Monceaux, P.E., President 527 W Esplanade Ave., Suite 300 Kenner, LA, 70065 P: 504-466-5667 F: 504-466-6166 E: mail@harteng.com

N-Y Associates, Inc. Frank Nicoladis, President 2750 Lake Villa Drive, Suite 100 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-885-0500 F: 504-885-0595 E: fnicoladis@n-yassociates.com www.n-yassociates.com

Herbert S. Hiller Kevin Schultz, Director of Business Development 401 Commerce Point Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-736-0008 F: 504-736-0030 E: kschultz@hillercompanies.com www.hillerfire.com

PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 F: 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com

Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com

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Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President 301 Main St., Suite 800 Baton Rouge, LA, 70825 P: 225-336-2075 F: 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com


Sabine Surveyors, Ltd. Doug Bernard, Manager, Business Development 2424 Edenborn, Suite 620 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-831-9100 F: 504-832-9159 E: Doug.Bernard@ Sabinesurveyors.com www.sabinesurveyors.com Southern Sails of Louisiana James Baldwin 1029 Robert St. New Orleans, LA, 70115 P: 504-897-6827 F: 504-587-1101 E: j.baldwin@sailsla.com www.sailsla.com Specialty Diving Marshall Whitmer 24358 Gliderport Road Loranger, LA, 70446 P: 985-542-8770 F: 985-345-7602 E: mwhitmer@sdive.com www.sdive.com

Boh Bros Construction Company, LLC Jeff Plauche, Vice President of Business Development 730 S. Tonti St. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-827-7608 F: 504-827-7682 E: jplauche@bohbros.com www.bohbros.com Canal Barge Company H. Merritt Lane III, President CEO 835 Union St., Suite 300 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-581-2424 F: 504-584-1505 E: TerminallingInfo@ canalbarge.com www.canalbarge.com Weber Marine, Inc. John Weber, Vice President 10148 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3547 F: 225-562-7355 E: john@webermarine.com www.webermarine.com

AECom (formerly URS Corporation) Mike Patorno, Vice President, Operations 1515 Poydras St., Suite 2700 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-586-8111 F: 504-522-0554 E: mike.patorno@aecom.com www.aecom.com AECOM Technical Services, Inc. Joseph Berlin 7389 Florida Blvd. Baton Rouge, LA, 70806 P: 225-231-6396, 2252316396 E: joseph.berlin@aecom.com CH2M Susan Millet, Facilities Operations 1515 Poydras St., Suite 1515 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-593-9421 F: 504-593-9460 E: susan.millet@ch2m.com www.ch2mhill.com Hartman Engineering, Inc. Jared Monceaux, P.E., President 527 W Esplanade Ave., Suite 300 Kenner, LA, 70065 P: 504-466-5667 F: 504-466-6166 E: mail@harteng.com Keystone Engineering, Inc. George Comeaux Jr., Director of Business Development 111 Rue Jean Lafitte, Suite 202 Lafayette, LA, 70508 P: 337-254-3606 E: gcomeaux@keystoneengr.com www.keystoneengr.com Lanier and Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc. Jay Rutherford, Marketing 4101 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA, 70115 P: 504-895-0368 F: 504-895-0566 E: jayrutherford@lanierengineers.com www.lanier-engineers.com Matrix PDM Engineering, Inc A. Kevin Fry, P.E., Industry Leader, Grain and Marine 3512 N. Causeway Blvd., Suite 515 Metairie, LA, 70004 P: 504-293-3900 F: 504-293-3999 E: kevinfry@matrixpdm.com www.matrixpdm.com Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President 301 Main St., Suite 800 Baton Rouge, LA, 70825 P: 225-336-2075 F: 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com

Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President Pan American Building 601 Poydras St., Suite 1860 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-648-3560 F: 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com N-Y Associates, Inc. Frank Nicoladis, President Michael F Nicoladis, Senior Vice President 2750 Lake Villa Dr., 100 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-885-0500, 504-885-0500 F: 504-885-0595 E: fnicoladis@n-yassociates.com, mnicoladis@n-yassociates.com www.n-yassociates.com Sabine Surveyors, Ltd. Doug Bernard, Manager, Business Development 2424 Edenborn Suite. 620 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-831-9100 F: 504-832-9159 E: Doug.Bernard@ Sabinesurveyors.com www.sabinesurveyors.com

Alter Logistics Company Thomas Streight, Vice President, Sales 2117 State St., Suite 300 Bettendorf, IA, 52722 P: 563-344-5100 F: 563-344-5102 E: toms@alterlogisitics.com www.alterlogistics.com Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 F: 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com

Carline’s Geismar Fleet Brad Parks, President PO Box 1360 Gonzales, LA, 70707 P: 225-343-1951 F: 225-473-6676 E: info@carlinecompanies.com www.carlinecompanies.com Ceres Consulting, LLC Jeff Lee, Bulk Cargo Sales 3808 Cookson Road East St. Louis, IL, 62201 P: 225-937-7893 F: 618-271-7927 E: jeffl@ceresbarge.com www.ceresbarge.com

DCL Mooring and Rigging Scott Folse, Sales Executive 4400 N. Galvez St. New Orleans, LA, 70117 P: 504-944-3366, 800-228-7660 F: 504-947-8557 E: sfolse@dcl-usa.com, sales@dcl-usa.com www.dcl-usa.com Herbert S. Hiller Kevin Schultz, Director of Business Development 401 Commerce Point Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-736-0008 F: 504-736-0030 E: kschultz@hillercompanies.com www.hillerfire.com Herbert S. Hiller Kevin Schultz, Director of Business Development 401 Commerce Point Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-736-0008 F: 504-736-0030 E: kschultz@hillercompanies.com www.herbertshiller.com

Marine Eq u ip ment / S u ppl ies

Bosco Brothers Ricky Bosco, President 711 Apple St. Norco, LA, 70079 P: 985-764-1253 F: 985-764-7207

Chem Carriers Towing, LLC Frank Banta, Managing Owner 1237 LA Highway 75 Sunshine, LA, 70780 P: 225-642-0060 F: 225-642-5100 E: logistics@chemcarriers.com www.chemcarriersllc.com

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Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com

MARINE ENGINEERS/ TRANSPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING

Lebeouf Bros Towing, LLC Cecil Neal, Vice President of Operations P.O. Box 9036 Houma, LA, 70361 P: 985-594-6691 F: 985-594-5253 www.lebeouftowing.com

Louisiana Cat Troy Matherne, General Product Support Manager 3799 West Airline Highway Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 866-843-7440 F: 985-536-0950 E: info@louisianacat.com www.louisianacat.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Robert B. Miller and Associates, Inc. R. Butler Miller, President 230 S. Bemiston Ave., Suite 1230 St. Louis, MO, 63105 P: 314-863-2122 F: 314-863-2225 E: butler@millerbarge.com www.millerbarge.com

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Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com Total Supply, LLC Arlene Tranchina, Manager Penny Hawkes, Sales Representative 677 West 10th St. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-3130 F: 985-536-3128 E: arlene@totalsupplyllc.com, penny@totalsupplyllc.com www.totalsupplyllc.com MARI TI ME ATTO R NE Y S

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Chaffe McCall, LLP Daniel Tadros, Partner 1100 Poydras St. 2300 Energy Centre New Orleans, LA, 70163-2300 P: 504-585-7000 F: 504-585-7075 E: tadros@chaffe.com www.chaffe.com Liskow and Lewis 701 Poydras St., Suite 5000 New Orleans, LA, 70139 P: 504-581-7979 F: 504-556-4108 www.liskow.com Metal Recycling/ Scrap Purchasing All Scrap Metals Chris Costanza, Sales Marketing Vincent Costanza, Owner/Manager Suite #7 Veterans Boulevard Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-471-0241 F: 504-471-0245 E: chris@allscrapmetals.net, vincent@allscrapmetals.net www.allscrapmetals.net Non- Vessel Ow ning Common Carriers J. W. Allen and Company, Inc. Gerald Becnel, President Kristi App Box 34, 200 Crofton Road Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-464-0181 ext. 111 F: 504-464-0182 E: kristi@jwallen.com, info@jwallen.com www.jwallen.com Mallory Alexander International Logistics Ryan Hurlbut, Manager 3850 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 1825 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-837-4703 F: 504-834-0899 E: ryanh@mallorygroup.com www.mallorygroup.com 50

Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Panalpina, Inc. Steven Ticknor, SVP Country Head of Energy Solutions USA 201 Evans Road, Suite 301 New Orleans, LA, 70123 P: 504-218-1900 F: 504-733-2217 E: steven.ticknor@panalpina.com www.panalpina.com Schenker, Inc. 120 Mallard St., Suite 140 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-464-4320 F: 504-464-4399 www.dbshenkerusa.com Ocean Carrier Bouchard Transportation Hank Dean 58 South Service Road, Suite 150 Melville, NY, 11747 P: 631-390-4900 F: 631-390-4905 E: dispatcher@ bouchardtransport.com Dan-Gulf Shipping, Inc. Niels Busse, President 3117 7th St., 300 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-830-3900 F: 504-830-3909 E: dgs@dan-gulf.com www.dan-gulf.com Hornbeck Offshore Transportation Randy Tredinch, Vice President, MPSV & Specialty Operations 103 Northpark Boulevard, Suite 300 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-727-2000 F: 985-624-1213 E: Sales@hornbeckoffshore.com www.hornbeckoffshore.com Kirby Offshore Marine Chuck Ferrer, Vice President - KOM Sales 55 Waugh Drive, Suite 1000 Houston, TX, 77007 P: 713-435-1182 F: 713-435-1426 E: chuck.ferrer@kirbycorp.com www.kirbycorp.com MACS Maritime Carrier Shipping, LLC. Leisha Stinchcombe, Accounts & Finance Manager 5200 Hollister, Suite 200 Houston, TX, 77040 P: 877-425-7447 E: ratesusa@macship.com www.macship.com

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Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us OIL FIELD SERVICES M-I, LLC Joseph Marinella 2150 LA Highway 662 North Amelia, LA, 70340 P: 985-918-1006 F: 832-351-4188 www.slb.com services miswaco Sabine Surveyors, Ltd. Doug Bernard, Manager, Business Development 2424 Edenborn Suite 620 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-831-9100 F: 504-832-9159 E: Doug.Bernard@Sabinesurveyors.com www.sabinesurveyors.com packaging & blending American Machinery Movers, Inc. Dennis J. Scandurro, Senior President 247 Iris Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-834-4930, 888-266-6683 F: 504-834-0367 E: amm@amm-move.com www.amm-move.com

Cross Road Centers 32 East Airline Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-712-3472 F: 504-712-3476 E: crcloads@ crossroadcenters.com www.crossroadcenters.com Globalplex Intermodal Terminal Roy Quezaire, Deputy Director 171 Belle Terre Boulevard LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9278 F: 985-652-9518 E: rquezaire@portsl.com www.portsl.com St. John Fleet, LLC Chuck Jeandron P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 F: 985-535-2049 E: cjeandron@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com TCI Trucking Jeff Louis, President 3900 France Road Parkway New Orleans, LA, 70126 P: 504-734-0561 F: 281-388-2309 E: jlouis@tcitrucking.com www.tcitrucking.com PEST CONTROL/ FUMIGATION

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504.934.4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 F: 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

Research Fumingation Company, LLC Andrew Coleman, Louisiana Division P.O. Drawer BE Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-4932 F: 985-536-8380 E: acoleman@ researchfumigation.com www.researchfumigation.com pipelineS Boardwalk Louisiana Midstream, LLC Risley St. Germain 3499 I-10 Frontage Road Port Allen, LA, 70767 P: 225-282-0381 F: 225-282-0399 E: riz.stgermain@bwpmlp.com www.bwlamidstream.com Locap Tim Thibodaux, Operations & Maintenance Supervisor 6695 Locap Road Saint James, LA, 70086 P: 225-265-8355 F: 985-632-1368 www.locapllc.com


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LOOP, LLC Morgan Wolfe, Vice President of Operations Chauncey Serigny, Jr., Foreign Trade Zone Supervisor 137 Northpark Boulevard Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-276-6217, 985-276-6237 F: 985-276-6280 E: mbwolfe@loopllc.com, caserigny@loopllc.com www.loopllc.com NuStar St. James Terminal Mike Northcutt, Terminal Manager PO Box 157 Saint James, LA, 70086-0157 P: 225-746-2117 F: 225-265-2116 E: mike.northcutt@nustarenergy.com www.nustarenergy.com

Shell Pipe Line Russel Foster, Operations Supervisor P.O. Box 340 Norco, LA, 70079-0340 P: 504-465-6954 F: 504-465-6167 www.shell.com Specialty Diving Marshall Whitmer 24358 Gliderport Road Loranger, LA, 70446 P: 985-542-8770 F: 985-345-7602 E: mwhitmer@sdive.com www.sdive.com Texas Brine Pipeline Chad Morales, Louisiana Aerial Manager 60705 LA Highway 404 P.O. Box 545 Whitecastle, LA, 70788 P: 225-545-6085 F: 225-545-5393 E: cmorales@texasbrine.com www.texasbrine.com Williams Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Diane Casalena 2988 LA Highway 964 Jackson, LA, 70748 P: 225-654-2047 ext. 2105 F: 225-658-0477 E: diane.casalena@williams.com www.co.williams.com

C N Railway Jim Binder, Manager, Business Development & Real Estate 2151 N. Mill St. Jackson, MS, 39202 P: 601-592-1913 F: 601-592-1914 E: jim.binder@cn.ca www.cn.ca Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774, 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Kansas City Southern Railway Steve Evans 427 W 12th St. Kansas City, MO, 64105 P: 816-983-1372 E: sevans@kcsouthern.com www.kcsouthern.com en-us Union Pacific Railroad 5245 River Road Avondale, LA, 70094 P: 504-342-3655, 504-342-3680 www.up.com river pilots

Associated Branch Pilots Captain Michael Lorino, Jr., President 3813 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 100 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-831-6615 F: 504-831-4536 E: info@barpilot.com www.barpilot.com

seaman’s ministry Global Maritime Ministries, Inc. Robert Roussel, Port Chaplain 1372 LA Highway 44 Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-6060, 985-210-953 F: 985-536-6059 E: info@portministry.com www.PortMinistry.com

Crescent River Port Pilots Association E. Michael Bopp, President 8712 LA Highway 23 Belle Chasse, LA, 70037 P: 504-392-8001 (24 hour), 504-392-7598 E: tiva.chavez@ crescentpilots.com www.crescentpilots.com

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New Orleans Baton Rouge Steamship Pilots Captain Stephen H. Hathorn, President 2805 Harvard Ave., Suite 102 Metairie, LA, 70006 P: 504-219-2600 F: 504-456-6456 E: hathornsh@nobrapilots.com neworleansbatonrougepilots.com Ro l l O ff Container S erv ice All Scrap Metals Vincent Costanza, Owner/Manager #7 Veterans Boulevard Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-471-0241 F: 504-471-0245 E: vincent@allscrapmetals.com www.allscrapmetals.net Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 F: 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com Southern Haulers George Roberts, Vice President, Operations 2157 County Road 16 Calera, AL, 35040 P: 800-537-4621 F: 205-668-4012 E: groberts@ southernhaulersllc.com www.southernhaulersllc.com Sand & Stone Scioneaux, LLC Michael Scioneaux, President 643 Central Ave. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-4368 F: 985-536-4369 E: scioneauxllc@gmail.com

AEP River Operations Mark V. Czarnecki, Senior Sales Representative 6582 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5069 C: 314-239-1003 F: 636-530-4129 E: mvczarnecki@aepriverops.com www.aepriverops.com Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Grant Wattman, President 115 Canvasback Drive, 100 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-465-1000 F: 504-465-1023 E: projects@agility.com, seagullops@agility.com www.agility.com

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Plains Marketing Doug Fulkerson, Terminal Manager 6375 LA Highway 18 St. James, LA, 70086 P: 225-474-3900 F: 225-265-3171 E: drfulkerson@paalp.com www.paalp.com

Baldwin Transfer Ty Crowder, Vice President, Sales & Marketing P.O. Box 2925 Mobile, AL, 36652 P: 800-873-3391 F: 251-438-3028 E: ty@baldwintransferco.com www.baldwintransferco.com

Associated Federal Pilots and Docking Masters of LA, LLC Captain Steven R. Paquette, Chief Manager Lisa Adams, Office Manager 4500 York St., 204 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-456-0787, 504-456-0987 E: fedpilot@federalpilots.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniels Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.adm.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488, 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com Bayou Fleet, Inc. Robin Durant, President P.O. Box 446 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-6403 F: 985-783-6413 E: rbd@bayoufleet.com www.bayoufleet.com w w w. p o r t s l . c o m | W i n t e r 2 0 1 7

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Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. Eric Bollinger, Executive Vice President, Marketing & Sales 8365 LA Highway 308 South Lockport, LA, 70374 P: 985-532-2554 F: 985-532-7225 E: sales@bollingershipyards.com www.bollingershipyards.com Chem Carriers Towing, LLC Frank Banta, Managing Owner 1237 LA Highway 75 Sunshine, LA, 70780 P: 225-642-0060 F: 225-642-5100 E: logistics@chemcarriers.com www.chemcarriersllc.com

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Continental Underwriters Teddy Boone, President H. Elder Brown III, Vice President 2235 N. Highway 190 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-898-5300 F: 985-898-5324 E: tboone@cultd.com, ebrowniii@cultd.com www.cultd.com

Lebeouf Bros Towing, LLC Cecil Neal, Vice President of Operations P.O. Box 9036 Houma, LA, 70361 P: 985-594-6691 F: 985-594-5253 www.lebeouftowing.com North American Shipbuilding, LLC Kaci Landry, Foreign Trade Zone Manager P.O. Drawer 580 Larose, LA, 70373 P: 985-601-4072 F: 985-693-1384 E: kaci.landry@chouest.com www.chouest.com St. John Fleet, LLC Lenny Loupe Kenny Davis P.O. Box 96 Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 985-535-2046 F: 985-535-2049 E: kdavis@stjohnfleet.com, lloupe@stjohnfleet.com www.stjohnfleet.com Weber Marine, Inc. John Weber, Vice President 10148 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-3547 F: 225-562-7355 E: john@webermarine.com www.webermarine.com steamship agents

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Erik Cooper, Managing Director Northern Marine Operations 9114 Stevedoring Road Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-239-4931 F: 225-239-4931 E: erik.cooper@ cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

Cooper Consolidated, LLC Peter Murray, Managing Director Southern Marine Operations 665 Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-7285 F: 985-652-7285 E: peter.murray@ cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com Florida Marine Transporters Louis Develle, Operations Manager 2360 5th St. Mandeville, LA, 70471 P: 985-629-2082 F: 985-629-2110 E: info@flmarine.com www.floridamarine.com 52

Agri Port Services Al Sharp, President/NA 120 Mallard St., Suite 150 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 985-764-1105 F: 985-764-0472 E: asharp@agriportservices.com, apsmgt@agriportservices.com Bertel Shipping Company Robert Bertel, President 523 N. Alexander St. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-488-3984 F: 504-488-3986 E: operationsnola@ bertelshippingco.com www.bertelshippingco.com Biehl and Company Brant Alexander, Port Manager 2400 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 420 Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-838-3600 F: 504-838-3637 E: brant.alexander@biehlco.com, ops.neworleans@biehlco.com www.biehlco.com Blue Water Shipping Company Matt Boucree, President John Coyle, Vice President 4739 Utica St. Metairie, LA, 70006 P: 504-455-8462 F: 504-455-8650 E: missriver@bluewatershipping.com www.bluewatershipping.com

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Celtic International Joe Tilley, Vice President 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-368-0980 F: 225-368-0988 E: ops@celtic-international.com www.celtic-international.com

General Steamship Corporation Robert Toups, District Manager 3330 West Esplanade Ave., Suite 201 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-833-7777 F: 504-833-3130 E: nolops@gensteam.com www.gensteam.com

Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 F: 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com

Gulf Harbor Shipping, LLC Daryl H. Van Derwood, President 2000 Old Spanish Trail, Suite 100 Slidell, LA, 70458 P: 985-661-8005 F: 414-921-5013 E: dhvanderwood@ gulfharbor.com; neworleans@ gulfharbor.com www.gulfharbor.com

Central Gulf Lines, Inc. Peter M. Johnston, Executive Vice President 11 Northwater St., Suite 18290 Mobile, AL, 36602 P: 251-243-9100, 800-826-3513 F: 251-243-9111 E: General.Inquiries@intship.com www.intship.com

Gulf Inland Marine Kevin Hunt, Manager P.O. Box 730, 2341 South Darla Ave. Gonzales, LA, 70707 P: 225-647-2770 F: 225-647-2778 E: operations@gulfinland.com www.gulfinland.com

Dan-Gulf Shipping, Inc. Niels Busse, President 3117 7th St., Suite 300 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-830-3900 F: 504-830-3909 E: dgs@dan-gulf.com www.dan-gulf.com

Host Agency Chris Kitsos, Senior Vice President 365 Canal St., Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-469-0731 F: 504-467-2877 E: NewOrleans@hostagency.com www.tparkerhost.com

Fillette, Green Shipping (USA) Corporation Clifton St. Pierre, President 4760 Ponchartrain Drive Slidell, LA, 70458 P: 504-581-7468 F: 504-835-1233 E: nola@fillettegreen.com www.fillettegreen.com

Inchcape Shipping Services Ron Soldani, General Manager 2450 Severne Ave., Suite 108 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-599-8700 F: 504-5998727 E: iss.neworleans@ iss-shipping.com www.iss-shipping.com

GAC Shipping (USA), Inc. Sal Lee, Port Manager 3500 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 340 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-833-0061 F: 504-833-0408 E: neworleans@gac.com, neworleans@gac.com www.gac.com

Intermarine, LLC Dave Simoneaux, Vice President, Americas Division One Canal Place, Suite 365 Canal St., Suite 2400 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-529-2100 F: 281-872-4444 E: dave.simoneaux@ intermarine.com www.intermarine.com

General Maritime Transportation Services, Inc. Michael Maloz, President Michael Flad, Vice President 105 Campus Drive East Destrehan, LA, 70047 P: 985-764-6838 F: 985-764-6858 E: gmtnola@gmtnola.com www.gmtnola.com

K and C Shipping Greg Daney, Operations Manager, New Orleans 917 North Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-486-0994 F: 504-482-1060 E: kcship@kcship.com www.kcship.com


Maritime Endeavors Shipping Company Marios Malikoutis, Operations 3500 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 1500 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-837-7700 F: 504-837-8482 E: ops-nola@mescltd.com www.mescltd.com Mentz Maritime Agency, Inc William Mentz 401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Suite 206 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-834-2001 F: 504-617-6584 E: mentzmar@bellsouth.net

Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc. Kerry Meyers, General Manager 4412 Trenton St., Suite B Metairie, LA, 70006 P: 504-828-1168 F: 504-834-2750 E: nola@moranshipping.com, nola@moranshipping.com www.moranshipping.com Naftilos Shipping Captain George Zervoundis, President 5109 Haring Court Metairie, LA, 70006 P: 504-875-2323 F: 504-875-3030 E: ops@naftilosshipping.com www.naftilosshipping.com Newship, Inc. Martin Evans, Vice President, Gulf 2750 Lake Villa Drive, Suite 303 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-836-7060 F: 504-836-7061 E: ops.nola@newshipusa.com www.newshipusa.com Nord-Sud Shipping, Inc. Jeff Berthelot, President 1940 Jefferson Highway Lutcher, LA, 70071 P: 225-869-7450 F: 225-869-7451 E: nola@nordsudshipping.com www.nordsudshipping.com Norton Lilly APS Dylan Walker 120 Mallard St., Suite 150 St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 985-764-1105 F: 985-764-0472 E: agriops@agriportservices.com www.nortonlillycom

Nova International Shipping Services Michael Stark, General Manager 111 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 710 Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-831-3771 F: 504-834-8650 E: novanola@cargill.com Revelle Shipping Agency Dale Revelle, President 1312-C Lakewood Drive Slidell, LA, 70458 P: 985-641-0444 F: 985-641-0483 E: revelle@revenola.com www.revenola.com Riley-Sherman Shipping Agency, Inc. Carolyn Sherman, President 1420 Annunciation St., Suite 3213 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-588-1447 F: 281-993-1765 E: nola@rssaonline.com www.rssaonline.com Sea Mark Management Captain Hin Hongkui, Manager 3525 North Causeway Boulevard, Suite 720 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-849-1260, 504-832-0388 E: smnola@cosco-usa.com Southport Agencies, Inc. Kevin LaGraize, President CEO 2700 Lake Villa Drive, Suite 180 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-455-9718, 504-455-9710 E: agency@southport-nola.com www.southport-online.com Transmarine Navigation Corporation Paul Clancey, District Manager Tom Pumphret, Operations 110 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 201A Metairie, LA, 70005 P: 504-529-4646 F: 504-416-2866 PC: 504-940-7119, TP: 504-529-3466 E: neworleans@transmarine.com www.transmarine.com Tricon Steamship Agents P.O. Box 910 Gonzales, LA, 70707-0910 P: 225-644-0284 F: 225-644-8098 E: operations@triconss.com www.triconss.com

Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Inc. Steve Martin, Agency Manager 6200 Humphreys St., Suite J Harahan, LA, 70123 P: 504-739-7100 F: 504-729-4145 E: wss.neworleans@wilhelmsen.com 6200 Humphreys St. www.wilhelmsen.com stevedores AEP River Operations Mark V. Czarnecki, Senior Sales Representative 6582 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5069 F: 314-239-1003 C: 636-530-4129 E: mvczarnecki@aepriverops.com www.aepriverops.com Alter Logistics Company Thomas Streight, Vice President, Sales 2117 State St., Suite 300 Bettendorf, IA, 52722 P: 563-344-5100 F: 563-344-5102 E: toms@alterlogisitics.com www.alterlogistics.com

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniel Midland Company Jason Porter, Vice President, Operations Marine Operations Manager P.O. Box 656 Ama, LA, 70031 P: 504-431-1488 F: 504-431-1488 504-431-1484 E: jason.porter@adm.com www.admlogistics.com

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985.856.1288 E: dlopez@associatedterminals.com www.associatedterminals.com C River Logistics A SSA Marine Company Pam Cascio, President Lori Olivier, Operations Manager 2955 Ridgelake Drive, Suite 202 Metairie, LA, 70002 P: 504-832-0500 F: 504-832-8110 E: pam.cascio@c-riverlogistics.com, lori.olivier@c-riverlogistics.com www.ssamarine.com

Ceres Consulting, LLC Jeff Lee, Bulk Cargo Sales 3808 Cookson Road East St. Louis, IL, 62201 P: 225-937-7893 F: 618-271-7927 E: jeffl@ceresbarge.com www.ceresbarge.com Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70002 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 F: 504-587-1101 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

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Mid-Gulf Shipping, Company, Inc Eric Toft, President Robert Socha, VP Business Development 4760 Pontchatrain Drive Slidell, LA, 70458 P: 504-835-1212 F: 504-835-1233 E: r.socha@midship.net, r.socha@midship.net www.midship.net

Norton Lilly International S5 NOLA Tim Dardar, Port Manager 111 Veterans Boulevard, Suite 1820 Metaire, LA, 70005 P: 504-581-4141 F: 504-581-2122 E: no-ops@nortonlilly.com www.nortonlilly.com

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 F: 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

Continental Underwriters Teddy Boone, President H. Elder Brown III, Vice President 2235 N. Highway 190 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-898-5300 F: 985-898-5324 E: tboone@cultd.com, ebrowniii@cultd.com www.cultd.com Convent Marine Terminal Mickey Gauldin, Plant Manager 7790 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5200 F: 225-562-9948 E: cmt_ops@suncoke.com

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Cooper Consolidated, LLC Billy Fitzpatrick, Managing Director Sales & Logistics 1127 Highway 190, East Service Road Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-871-2510 F: 985-871-2510 E: billy.fitzpatrick@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com

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Cooper Consolidated, LLC Wendell Landry, Managing Director Stevedoring Operations 3027 Highway 75 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-473-4288 F: 225-473-6161 E: wendell.landry@cooperconsolidated.com www.cooperconsolidated.com Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875 F: 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com United Bulk Terminals Alan Newman, Logistics Coordinator 14537 LA Highway 15 Davant, LA, 70040 P: 504-333-7339 F: 504-908-0072 C: 504-682-5678 E: ashley.barton@ unitedbulkterminals.co www.unitedbulkterminals.com Storage (Covered & Ground) Argos Marine, LLC Captain Cesar Lurati P.O. Box 304 Jefferson, LA, 70011-3494 P: 504-455-1681 E: argosmarinellc@gmail.com 54

Associated Terminals, LLC Dawn L Lopez, Vice President/ Mkt & Public Relations 9100 Safety Drive Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-399-3010 F: 504-934-4657 C: 985.856.1288 www.associatedterminals.com Baldwin Transfer Ty Crowder, Vice President, Sales & Marketing P.O. Box 2925 Mobile, AL, 36652 P: 800-873-3391 F: 251-438-3028 E: ty@baldwintransferco.com www.baldwintransferco.com Bayou Fleet, Inc. Robin Durant, President P.O. Box 446 Hahnville, LA, 70057 P: 985-783-6403 F: 985-783-6413 E: rbd@bayoufleet.com www.bayoufleet.com Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 F: 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com Cajun Distribution Services, Inc. Sally Palmer-Pastor, Vice President of Operations Bob Pastor, President 600 St. George Ave. P.O. Box 10708 E New Orleans, LA, 70181 P: 504-734-8824 F: 504-733-3192 E: sally@cajundistribution.com, bob@cajundistribution.com www.cajundistribution.com Canal Barge Company H. Merritt Lane III, President CEO 835 Union St., Suite 300 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-581-2424 F: 504-584-1505 E: TerminallingInfo@ canalbarge.com www.canalbarge.com

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Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70002 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 F: 504-587-1101 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 F: 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 F: 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com Convent Marine Terminal Mickey Gauldin, Plant Manager 7790 LA Highway 44 Convent, LA, 70723 P: 225-562-5200 F: 225-562-9948 E: cmt_ops@suncoke.com Cross Road Centers 32 East Airline Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-712-3472 F: 504-712-3476 E: crcloads@ crossroadcenters.com www.crossroadcenters.com Globalplex Intermodal Terminal Roy Quezaire, Deputy Director 171 Belle Terre Boulevard LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-9278 F: 985-652-9518 E: rquezaire@portsl.com www.portsl.com Larsen Intermodal Services David Larsen 12301 Old Gentilly Road New Orleans, LA, 70129 P: 504-243-1991 F: 504-243-6665 E: dave@larsenintermodal.com www.larsenintermodal.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us

Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875 F: 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 F: 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com United Bulk Terminals Alan Newman, Logistics Coordinator 14537 LA Highway 15 Davant, LA, 70040 P: 504-333-7339 F: 504-908-0072 C: 504-682-5678 E: ashley.barton@ unitedbulkterminals.com www.unitedbulkterminals.com Sugar Refinery/ Packaging Facilities Imperial Sugar Company Jerry Tolito, Plant Manager P.O. Box 3360 Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 225-869-5521 225-869-8991 www.imperialsugar.com Louisiana Sugar Refinery Larry Faucheaux, CEO & General Manager P.O. Box 625 Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 225-869-4949 225-869-4371 E: mandy.capello@lsrsugar.com www.lsrsugar.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-772 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo/Hull Inspectors Celtic Marine Corporation Kevin Boneno, Assistant Vice President, Sales & Marketing 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard, Celtic Centre Building 1 Baton Rouge, LA, 70816 P: 225-752-2490 225-752-2582 E: kboneno@celticmarine.com www.celticmarine.com


Lanier and Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc. Jay Rutherford, Marketing 4101 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA, 70115 P: 504-895-0368 504-895-0566 E: jayrutherford@lanierengineers.com www.lanier-engineers.com Marine Inspection, LLC Robert Drew, Managing Partner Gilbert Wright, Managing Partner 621 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-866-0014 504-866-0016 E: nola@marineinspection.com www.marineinspection.com

Sabine Surveyors, Ltd. Doug Bernard, Manager, Business Development 2424 Edenborn Ste. 620 Metairie, LA, 70001 P: 504-831-9100, 504-832-9159 E: Doug.Bernard@ Sabinesurveyors.com www.sabinesurveyors.com services Specialty Diving Marshall Whitmer 24358 Gliderport Road Loranger, LA, 70446 P: 985-542-8770, 985-345-7602 E: mwhitmer@sdive.com www.sdive.com TANK STORAGE Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director - Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172, 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com Locap Tim Thibodaux, Operations & Maintenance Supervisor 6695 Locap Road Saint James, LA, 70086 P: 225-265-8355, 985-632-1368 www.locapllc.com

Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880, 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875, 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com Petroleum Fuel and Terminal Company James Herring, Plant Manager 4084 LA Highway 44 Garyville, LA, 70051-0863 P: 985-535-6256 985-535-6123 E: rmoreau@apexoil.com www.apexoil.com Pin Oak Terminals Danny Guidry P.O. Box G Garyville, LA, 70051 P: 504-533-8783 www.pinoakterminals.com Plains Marketing Doug Fulkerson, Terminal Manager 6375 LA Highway 18 St. James, LA, 70086 P: 225-474-3900 225-265-3171 E: drfulkerson@paalp.com www.paalp.com Terminal designers AECom (formerly URS Corporation) Mike Patorno, Vice President, Operations 1515 Poydras St., 2700 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-586-8111 504-522-0554 E: mike.patorno@aecom.com www.aecom.com

Hartman Engineering, Inc. Jared Monceaux, P.E., President 527 W Esplanade Ave., 300 Kenner, LA, 70065 P: 504-466-5667 504-466-6166 E: mail@harteng.com Keystone Engineering, Inc. George Comeaux Jr., Director of Business Development 111 Rue Jean Lafitte, Suite 202 Lafayette, LA, 70508 P: 337-254-3606 E: gcomeaux@keystoneengr.com www.keystoneengr.com Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President Pan American Building 601 Poydras St., Suite 1860 New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-648-3560 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com Moffatt and Nichol Jonathan Hird, PE, Vice President 301 Main St., Suite 800 Baton Rouge, LA, 70825 P: 225-336-2075 225-336-2076 E: jhird@moffattnichol.com www.moffattnichol.com PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com Testing Labs Devan Inspection Larry Deas 40198 LA Highway 942 Darrow, LA, 70725 P: 225-746-0822 225-746-0824 E: ldeas@devaninspection.com www.devaninspection.com

Lubriport Laboratories, Inc. Floyd Friloux, Jr., President Anne Friloux, Secretary Treasurer 1650 Airline Drive Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-464-1734 504-464-1292 E: ffriloux@lubriport.com, afriloux@lubriport.com www.lubriport.com Marine Inspection, LLC Robert Drew, Managing Partner Gilbert Wright, Managing Partner 621 N. Carrollton Ave. New Orleans, LA, 70119 P: 504-866-0014 504-866-0016 E: nola@marineinspection.com www.marineinspection.com PSI Ayodele Love, Business Development Manager, South Louisiana 724 Central Ave. Jefferson, LA, 70121 P: 504-733-9411 504-733-9415 E: ayodele.love@psiusa.com www.psiusa.com

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Marine Technical Surveyors, Inc Tommy Prejean, Owner Manager Larry Chris, Owner Manager P.O. Box 509, 2382 LA Highway 1 Donaldsonville, LA, 70346 P: 225-473-1700 225-473-8020 E: tommyp@mtsusa. net, chris@mtsusa.net www.mtsusa.net

LOOP, LLC Morgan Wolfe, Vice President of Operations Chauncey Serigny, Jr., Foreign Trade Zone Supervisor 137 Northpark Boulevard Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-276-6217, 985-276-6237 985-276-6280 E: mbwolfe@loopllc.com, caserigny@loopllc.com www.loopllc.com

CH2M Susan Millet, Facilities Operations 1515 Poydras St., 1515 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-593-9421 504-593-9460 E: susan.millet@ch2m.com www.ch2mhill.com

SAI Gulf, LLC Tim Hale, President 330 Belle Terre Boulevard, Suite 205 La Place, LA, 70068 P: 985-359-6993 985-359-6994 E: saigulf@saigulf.com www.saigulf.com Trucking companies Acme Trucking P.O. Box 943 Morgan City, LA, 70381 P: 985-385-1221 985-385-3496 E: genecran@acmetruck.com Baldwin Transfer Ty Crowder, Vice President, Sales & Marketing P.O. Box 2925 Mobile, AL, 36652 P: 800-873-3391 251-438-3028 E: ty@baldwintransferco.com www.baldwintransferco.com Boasso America Corporation Dave Hotard, Director Business Development & Sales 100 Intermodal Drive Chalmette, LA, 70043 P: 504-799-2172 504-277-0113 E: dhotard@ boassoamerica.com www.boassoamerica.com

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Cajun Distribution Services, Inc. Sally Palmer-Pastor, Vice President of Operations Bob Pastor, President 600 St. George Ave. P.O. Box 10708 E New Orleans, LA, 70181 P: 504-734-8824 504-733-3192 E: sally@cajundistribution.com, bob@cajundistribution.com www.cajundistribution.com Cheetah Transport Ben Hartman, President 8201 La Porte Freeway Houston, TX, 77012 P: 281-388-2300 281-388-2309 E: ben@cheetahtransportation. net www.cheetahtransportation.net

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Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Jeffrey B Allen, Vice President, Operations Kris Reed, Sr. Logisitics Manager 1555 Poydras St., Suite 1600 New Orleans, LA, 70112 P: 504-587-1160, 504-587-1135 504-587-1101 E: jba@coastalcargogroup.com, kjr@coastalcargogroup.com www.coastalcargogroup.com Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Ryan Engle, Commercial Manager, Inland Terminals 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN, 47130 P: 812-218-6774 812-218-0519 E: Ryan.Engle@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

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Frisards Trucking Martin J. Frisard, President P.O. Box 1524 Gramercy, LA, 70052 P: 800-588-7911 225-869-5144 E: martinf@frisards.com, dispatch@frisards.com www.frisards.com Kloeckner Metals Brian Michalow, General Manager 2005 Grassland Parkway Alpharetta, GA, 30004 P: 770-751-1172 770-751-1273 E: BMichalow@ kloecknermetals.com www.kloecknermetals.com Larsen Intermodal Services David Larsen 12301 Old Gentilly Road New Orleans, LA, 70129 P: 504-243-1991 504-243-6665 E: dave@larsenintermodal.com www.larsenintermodal.com MG&B Mark Greenberg, President Owner P.O. Box 664 Mandeville, LA, 70470 P: 985-893-7878 F: 985-893-5222 E: mark@mgbservices.com www.mgbservices.com Norbert Dentressangle Jacobson Companies Brian G. Saucier, Vice President, Business Development Contract Logistics Services Chemical 308 Oak Island Drive Mandeville, LA, 70448-1947 P: 985-727-7782 www.norbert-dentressangle.us

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company Robert Boswell, Gulf Services Manager 665 LA Highway 628 LaPlace, LA, 70068 P: 985-652-1200 985-652-2509 E: Robert.Boswell@cgb.com www.ctlconline.com

Oakley Trucking Justin Oakley, Vice President Manley Denton, Director of Operations P.O. Box 17880, 3700 Lincoln Ave. North Little Rock, AR, 72117 P: 800-662-0875, 501-945-5710 E: dawno@bruceoakley.com, mdenton@bruceoakley.com www.bruceoakley.com

Cross Road Centers 32 East Airline Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-712-3472 504-712-3476 E: crcloads@ crossroadcenters.com www.crossroadcenters.com

Roger Henson Trucking, LLC Shirley Henson, Owner 130 Municipal Plaza Drive Bolivar, TN, 38008 P: 731-659-2222 F: 731-659-2619 E: info@hensontrucking.com www.hensontrucking.com

Fed Ex Freight East Chris Cunnigham, Terminal Manager 311 James Drive East St. Rose, LA, 70087 P: 504-468-9320 504-468-9363

Scioneaux, LLC Michael Scioneaux, President 643 Central Ave. Reserve, LA, 70084 P: 985-536-4368 F: 985-536-4369 E: scioneauxllc@gmail.com

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Shelton Trucking Service Allison Shadrick, Operations/ Logistics Manager P.O. Box 68 Altha, FL, 32421 P: 800-877-3201 F: 850-762-3201 E: ashadrick@ sheltontrucking.com www.sheltontrucking.com Somner Express Larry P.O. Box 5 Memphis, TN, 38101 P: 800-748-1391, 901-521-8238 F: 901-525-2232 E: larryjr@somnerexpress.com www.somnerexpress.com Southern Haulers George Roberts, Vice President, Operations 2157 County Road 16 Calera, AL, 35040 P: 800-537-4621, 205-668-4012 E: groberts@ southernhaulersllc.com www.southernhaulersllc.com TCI Trucking Jeff Louis, President 3900 France Road Parkway New Orleans, LA, 70126 P: 504-734-0561, 504-734-7901 E: jlouis@tcitrucking.com www.tcitrucking.com World Wide Export Tim Pontier, President 103 East 3rd St. Bevington, IA, 50033 P: 515-462-9900 F: 515-462-9902 www.worldwideexport.net warehouseman Baldwin Transfer Ty Crowder, Vice President, Sales & Marketing P.O. Box 2925 Mobile, AL, 36652 P: 800-873-3391, 251-438-3028 E: ty@baldwintransferco.com www.baldwintransferco.com Cajun Distribution Services, Inc. Sally Palmer-Pastor, Vice President of Operations Bob Pastor, President 600 St. George Ave. P.O. Box 10708 E New Orleans, LA, 70181 P: 504-734-8824, 504-733-3192 E: sally@cajundistribution.com, bob@cajundistribution.com www.cajundistribution.com

Continental Underwriters Teddy Boone, President H. Elder Brown III, Vice President 2235 N. Highway 190 Covington, LA, 70433 P: 985-898-5300, 985-898-5324 E: tboone@cultd.com, ebrowniii@cultd.com www.cultd.com Cross Road Centers 32 East Airline Kenner, LA, 70062 P: 504-712-3472, 504-712-3476 E: crcloads@ crossroadcenters.com www.crossroadcenters.com Larsen Intermodal Services David Larsen 12301 Old Gentilly Road New Orleans, LA, 70129 P: 504-243-1991, 504-243-6665 E: dave@larsenintermodal.com www.larsenintermodal.com TCI Trucking Jeff Louis, President 3900 France Road Parkway New Orleans, LA, 70126 P: 504-734-0561 281-388-2309 E: jlouis@tcitrucking.com www.tcitrucking.com Terral River Service, Inc. Neil Martin, Vice President, Sales 10100 Highway 65 South Lake Providence, LA, 71254 P: 318-559-1500 318-559-1524 E: nmartin@ terralriverservice.com www.terralriverservice.com The Kearney Companies David Kearney, President P.O. Box 3799 New Orleans, LA, 70177 P: 504-831-0266 504-831-7669 E: dkearney@ kearneycompanies.com www.kearneycompanies.com W. R. Zanes and Company of Louisiana, Inc. Diane Schexnayder, President 223 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans, LA, 70130 P: 504-524-1301 504-524-1309 E: norleans@wrzanes.com www.wrzanes.com


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ALPHABETICAL LISTING Acme Trucking Trucking Companies

ADM Destrehan Grain Elevator

ADM Paulina Grain Elevator

ADM Reserve Grain Elevator

ADM Grain Ama Grain Elevator

AECom (formerly URS Corporation) Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Terminal Designers

AECOM Technical Services, Inc. Environmental Consulting Marine Consulting Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

AEP River Operations Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Shipyard Repair Facilities Stevedores

Agility Project Logistics Seagull Marine, Inc. Air Cargo Agents Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Dry Bulk Terminals Liquid Bulk Terminals Shipyard Repair Facilities Custom Brokers

Equipment & Freight Brokers Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Packaging & Blending

American River Transportation Company Archer Daniels Midland Company Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Shipyard Repair Facilities Stevedores Dry Bulk Terminals General Cargo Terminals Logistics Marine Consulting

American Waterways Operators, Inc Associations Organizations

Americas Styrenics, LLC Liquid Bulk Terminals

Argos Marine, LLC Liquid Bulk Terminals Storage (Covered & Ground)

Associated Branch Pilots River Pilots

Associated Federal Pilots and Docking Masters of LA, LLC River Pilots

Biehl and Company

Cargill, Inc. Liquids Terminal

Steamship Agents

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Bisso Towboat Company

Cargo Carriers, Inc.

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Blessey Marine Services, Inc.

Carline’s Geismar Fleet

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Marine Equipment Supplies

Blue Water Shipping Company Freight Forwarders Steamship Agents

CCI- Braithwaite

Boardwalk Louisiana

Celtic International

Midstream, LLC Pipelines

Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Steamship Agents

Boasso America Corporation

Celtic Marine Corporation

Container Sales Leasing Equipment & Freight Brokers Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Marine Equipment Supplies Roll Off Container Service Storage (Covered & Ground) Tank Storage Trucking Companies

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Cargo/Hull Inspectors Chartering Agents/Cargo Brokers Equipment & Freight Brokers Steamship Agents Surveyors, Adjustors,

Company, LLC Marine Contractors

Center Point Terminal

Bollinger Shipyards, Inc.

Company, LLC Liquid Bulk Terminals

Foreign Trade Zone 124 Shipyard Repair Facilities

Central Gulf Lines, Inc.

Bosco Brothers

C N Railway

CH2M

Railroads

Marine Consulting Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Terminal Designers

Baker Hughes

All Scrap Metals

Foreign Trade Zone 124 General Cargo Terminals

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Stevedores

Metal Recycling Scrap Purchasing Roll Off Container Service

Baldwin Transfer

Alter Logistics Company Custom Brokers Marine Equipment Supplies Stevedores

American Association of Exporters and Importers Associations Organizations

American Association of Port Authorities Associations Organizations

American Commercial Barge Lines Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities

Railroads Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies Warehouseman

Ceres Consulting, LLC

Grain Elevator

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Air Products and Chemicals

Steamship Agents Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Equipment & Freight Brokers Marine Consulting Marine Equipment Supplies Stevedores

Bouchard Transportation

Steamship Agents

Cenac Towing Company, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Marine Equipment Supplies

Associated Terminals, LLC

Foreign Trade Zone 124

Boh Bros Construction

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities container equipment Dry Bulk Terminals Foreign Trade Zone 124 General Cargo Terminals Packaging & Blending Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground)

Agri Port Services

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American Machinery Movers, Inc.

Ocean Carrier

Bunge North America, Inc.

C River Logistics A SSA Marine Company

Cajun Distribution Services, Inc.

Chaffe McCall, LLP Aviation Attorneys Maritime Attorneys

Cheetah Transport

General Cargo Terminals Logistics Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies Warehouseman

Trucking Companies Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Marine Equipment Supplies

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Shipyard Repair Facilities Storage (Covered & Ground)

Canal Barge Company

Shipyard Repair Facilities

Bayou Steel Group

Candies Shipbuilders

Bayou Fleet, Inc.

Dry Bulk Terminals

Bertel Shipping Company Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Steamship Agents

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Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Marine Contractors Storage (Covered & Ground) Foreign Trade Zone 124

Cargill Incorporated Dry Bulk Terminals Grain Elevator

Chem Carriers Towing, LLC Chevron Pipeline Liquid Bulk Terminals

Coastal Cargo Company, LLC Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Dry Bulk Terminals Freight Forwarders Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies


Conglobal Industries

Consulate of Hungary

Consulate of Tanzania

Dan-Gulf Shipping, Inc.

Container Equipment Container Sales Leasing

Foreign Consulates

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Iceland

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Thailand Foreign Consulates

Chartering Agents/Cargo Brokers Logistics Ocean Carrier Steamship Agents

Consulate of the Netherlands

Danos

Dry Bulk Terminals Grain Elevator Packaging & Blending Railroads Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies

Consulate of Albania Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Austria Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Bangladesh Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Barbados Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Belgium Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Belize Consulate of Brazil Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Bulgaria Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Canada Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Chile Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Croatia Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Cyprus Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Czech Republic Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Denmark Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Dominican Republic Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Finland Foreign Consulates

Consulate of France

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Italy Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Japan Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Kazakhstan Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Korea Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Lesotho Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Lithuania Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Luxembourg Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Mali Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Mexico Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Monaco Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Nicaragua Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Norway Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Panama Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Portugal Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Senegal Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Serbia Foreign Consulates

Consulate of South Africa

Foreign Consulates

Foreign Trade Zone 124

Consulate of the Phillipines

DCL Mooring and Rigging

Foreign Consulates

Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Marine Equipment Supplies

Consulate of the United Kingdom

Deloach Marine Services, LLC

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Ukraine Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Uruguay Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Venezuela Foreign Consulates

Continental Cement Cement Plant

Continental Cement Dry Bulk Terminals

Continental Underwriters Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services General Cargo Terminals Shipyard Repair Facilities Stevedores Warehouseman

Convent Marine Terminal

Department of Homeland Security Custom and Border Patrol Protection Government Agencies

Department of Homeland Security/TSA Government Agencies

Department of Transportation & Development Government Agencies

Devan Inspection Testing Labs

Dow St. Charles Operations Liquid Bulk Terminals

DSC Dredge, LLC

Dry Bulk Terminals Liquid Bulk Terminals Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground)

Dredging Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Marine Consulting

Cooper Consolidated, LLC

Dupont

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Dry Bulk Terminals Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Logistics Shipyard Repair Facilities Stevedores

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Dupont Burnside Plant Liquid Bulk Terminals

E.N. Bisso and Son, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Eagle Marine Industries, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Consulate of Spain

River Pilots

East Side River Transportation

Crescent Towing Company

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of St. Vincent

Consulate of Germany

Consulate of Suriname

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Cross Road Centers

Foreign Consulates

Equipment & Freight Brokers Packaging & Blending Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies Warehouseman

Consulate of Honduras

Consulate of Switzerland

Custom Fuel Services

Foreign Consulates

Foreign Consulates

Bunkering/Refueling

Foreign Consulates

Government Agencies

Crescent River Port Pilots Association

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Haiti

Department of Economic Development

Foreign Consulates

& the Grenadine Foreign Consulates

Foreign Consulates

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Sweden

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

Foreign Consulates

Consulate of Ireland

Eighth Coast Guard District (dp) Government Agencies

Entergy Louisiana, LLC Little Gypsy Plant Electric Utility Power

Entergy Louisiana, LLC Waterford 1 and 2 (Fossil) Electric Utility Power

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Entergy Louisiana, LLC

Greater New Orleans, Inc

Waterford 3 Nuclear Electric Utility Power

Associations Organizations

Enterprise Marine Service, LLC Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Ergon St. James Liquid Bulk Terminals

Evonik Stockhausen, Inc. Dry Bulk Terminals

Excalibar Minerals Foreign Trade Zone 124

Fed Ex Freight East Trucking Companies

Gulf Inland Marine Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Logistics Steamship Agents

Gulf Intracoastal Canal Association Associations Organizations

Associations Organizations Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders

International Matex Tank Terminals Liquid Bulk Terminals

Foreign Trade Zone 124

Hartman Engineering, Inc.

Jacobson Companies

Government Agencies

Hartman Engineering, Inc.

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Hartman Engineering, Inc.

Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers Logistics

Federal Maritime Commission Government Agencies

Fillette, Green Shipping (USA) Corporation Steamship Agents

Florida Marine Transporters Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Shipyard Repair Facilities

Foreign Trade Zones Board U.S. Department of Commerce Foreign Trade Zone 124 Government Agencies

Frisards Trucking Equipment & Freight Brokers Logistics Trucking Companies

GAC Shipping (USA), Inc. Steamship Agents

General Maritime Transportation Services, Inc. Steamship Agents

General Steamship Corporation Steamship Agents

Global Maritime Ministries, Inc. Seaman’s Ministry

Globalplex Intermodal Terminal

Marine Consulting

Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning

Hartman Engineering, Inc. Terminal Designers

Heartland Barge Management Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Herbert S. Hiller Industrial/Safety Supplies Marine Consulting Marine Equipment Supplies

Consulting Engineers, Inc. Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo Hull Inspectors

Larsen Intermodal Services Container Equipment Container Sales Leasing Storage (Covered & Ground) Trucking Companies Warehouseman

Lebeouf Bros Towing, LLC Marine Equipment Supplies Shipyard Repair Facilities

Liskow and Lewis Maritime Attorneys

J. W. Allen and Company, Inc.

John W. Stone Oil Distributor, LLC Bunkering/Refueling Liquid Bulk Terminals

Locap Pipelines Tank Storage

LOOP, LLC Foreign Trade Zone 124 Liquid Bulk Terminals Pipelines Tank Storage

K and C Shipping

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Steamship Agents

Airport

K.C. Boat Company, Inc.

Louisiana Carriers, LLC

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Kansas City Southern Railway

Louisiana Cat

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Railroads

Keystone Engineering, Inc.

Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Marine Equipment Supplies

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Associations Organizations

Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Terminal Designers

Louisiana Economic Development

Hornbeck Offshore Transportation

Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals, Inc.

Higman Marine, Inc.

Government Agencies

Ocean Carrier

Host Agency Steamship Agents

Imperial Sugar Company

Dry Bulk Terminals

Louisiana International Trade Center

Kirby Inland Marine

Associations Organizations Louisiana Maritime Association

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Sugar Refinery Packaging Facilities

Kirby Ocean Transport

Inchcape Shipping Services

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Steamship Agents

Ingram Barge Company Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Foreign Trade Zone 124 General Cargo Terminals Packaging & Blending Storage (Covered & Ground)

Inland Rivers Ports and Terminals, Inc.

Greater New Orleans Barge Fleeting Association, Inc.

Chartering Agents Cargo,Ocean Carrier Steamship Agents

Associations Organizations

Lanier and Associates

Irwin Brown Company, The Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders

Halliburton Energy

Custom Brokers

Government Agencies

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

Steamship Agents

Design Engineering (Civil/ Environmental)

Federal Aviation Administration

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Gulf Harbor Shipping, LLC

International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans

Associations Organizations

Intermarine, LLC

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Louisiana Maritime International Chamber of Commerce Associations Organizations

Louisiana Sugar Refinery Kirby Offshore Marine

Sugar Refinery Packaging Facilities

Ocean Carrier

Lubriport Laboratories, Inc. Kloeckner Metals

Testing Labs

Trucking Companies

M G - Transport Services, LLC L and L Marine Transportation Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

M-I, LLC Lafourche Basin Levee District Government Agencies

Foreign Trade Zone 124 Oil Field Services


M. G. Maher and Company Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders

MACS Maritime Carrier Shipping, LLC.

Mid-Gulf Shipping, Company, Inc Steamship Agents

Mississippi Valley Trade and Transport Council Associations Organizations

Ocean Carrier

Magnolia Marine Transport Company Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Mallory Alexander International Logistics Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers

Moffatt and Nichol Marine Consulting Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Terminal Designers

Monsanto Company

Steamship Agents

Norton Lilly International

Dry Bulk Terminals

S5 NOLA Steamship Agents

Mosiac Phosphates Company

Nova International

Foreign Trade Zone 124

Shipping Services Steamship Agents

Nucor Steel Louisiana LLC Dry Bulk Terminals

NuStar St. James Terminal

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Liquid Bulk Terminals Pipelines

N-Y Associates, Inc.

Oakley Barge, Inc.

Marine Technical Surveyors, Inc

Marine Consulting

Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo Hull Inspectors

N-Y Associates, Inc. Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning

Equipment & Freight Brokers Logistics

Naftilos Shipping

Maritime Endeavors

Nalco Champion an Ecolab Company

Steamship Agents

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Dry Bulk Terminals Liquid Bulk Terminals Trucking Companies Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers Grain Elevator Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground) Tank Storage

Occidental Chemical

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Company Convent Dry Bulk Terminals

New Orleans Baton Rouge

Occidental Chemical

Steamship Pilots River Pilots

Company Taft Dry Bulk Terminals Liquid Bulk Terminals

Design Engineering (Civil/ Environmental) Marine Consulting Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning

New Orleans Board of Trade, LTD.

Olympic Marine Company

Mentz Maritime Agency, Inc

Association Associations Organizations

Matrix PDM Engineering, Inc

Freight Forwarders Logistics Marine Consulting Steamship Agents

MG&B Equipment & Freight Brokers Freight Forwarders Trucking Companies

Foreign Trade Zone 124 Tank Storage

Associations Organizations

New Orleans Steamship

Newship, Inc. Steamship Agents

Noranda Alumina, LLC Alumina Refinery Dry Bulk Terminals

Dry Bulk Terminals

Liquid Bulk Terminals Pipelines Tank Storage

Pontchartrain Levee District Government Agencies

Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport Airport

Port of South Louisiana Government Agencies

Ports Association of Louisiana (PAL) Associations Organizations

Praxair, Inc. Liquid Bulk Terminals

Pro Box Container Equipment Container Sales Leasing

PSI Design Engineering (Civil/ Environmental) Dry Bulk Terminals Environmental Consulting Logistics Marine Consulting Terminal Designers Testing Labs

Rain CII Dry Bulk Terminals

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Equipment & Freight Brokers

Research Fumingation Company, LLC

Osprey Lines

Revelle Shipping Agency

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Otto Candies, LLC Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

Dry Bulk Terminals

Motiva Enterprises, LLC - Norco

Bunkering/Refueling

Pin Oak Terminals

Plains Marketing

Marine Inspection, LLC

Martin Energy Services

Terminal Company Liquid Bulk Terminals Tank Storage

Norton Lilly APS

Motiva Enterprises, LLC

Shipping Company Marine Consulting Steamship Agents

Petroleum Fuel and

Pinnacle Polymers

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Maritime and Commodity Services, LLC

Steamship Agents

Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers

Foreign Trade Zone 124 Shipyard Repair Facilities

Mosaic Uncle Sam

Marine Consulting Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo Hull Inspectors Testing Labs

Nord-Sud Shipping, Inc.

Panalpina, Inc.

Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc.

Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Marine Centre

Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Maquette Transportation Company

Foreign Trade Zone 124 Liquid Bulk Terminals

Page and Jones, Inc.

Dry Bulk Terminals Freight Forwarders Liquid Bulk Terminals Marine Equipment Supplies Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers Ocean Carrier Storage (Covered & Ground) Sugar Refinery Packaging Facilities Tank Storage Trucking Companies

North American Shipbuilding, LLC

Steamship Agents Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Marathon Petroleum Company

Norbert Dentressangle

Pest Control/Fumigation

Steamship Agents

Riley-Sherman Shipping Agency, Inc. Steamship Agents

Pacific Gulf Marine, Inc.

River Region Chamber of Commerce

Chartering Agents Cargo Brokers

Associations Organizations

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Riverland Resources, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Robert B. Miller and Associates, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Equipment & Freight Brokers Marine Equipment Supplies

Roger Henson Trucking, LLC Trucking Companies

Sabine Surveyors, Ltd.

Southport Agencies, Inc. Steamship Agents

Specialty Diving Diving Contractors Excavation Contractor Marine Consulting Pipelines Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo Hull Inspectors

St. Charles Parish

SAI Gulf, LLC

St. James Parish

SCF Marine, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Schenker, Inc. Container Equipment Freight Forwarders Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers

ALPHABETICAL LISTINGS

Associations Organizations

Marine Consulting Marine Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning Oil Field Services Surveyors, Adjustors, Cargo Hull Inspectors Testing Labs

Scioneaux, LLC Equipment Leasing Sale Rental Service Excavation Contractor Sand & Stone Trucking Companies

Sea Mark Management Steamship Agents

Shell - Convent Liquid Bulk Terminals

Government Agencies

St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office Government Agencies

Government Agencies

St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office Government Agencies

St. John Fleet, LLC Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Dry Bulk Terminals Equipment & Freight Brokers General Cargo Terminals Packaging & Blending Shipyard Repair Facilities

St. John the Baptist Parish Government Agencies

St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office Government Agencies

Summit Transportation

The Kearney Companies

Valero Asphalt

Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Warehouseman

Liquid Bulk Terminals

The Propeller Club of the U.S. Port of New Orleans Associations /Organizations

Total Supply, LLC Grain Elevator Industrial/Safety Supplies Marine Equipment Supplies

Transmarine Navigation Corporation Steamship Agents

Tricon Steamship Agents Steamship Agents

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Government Agencies

U.S. Border Patrol Government Agencies

U.S. Coast Guard Eighth District Government Agencies

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Government Agencies

U.S. Department of Agriculture APHIS PPQ Government Agencies

U.S. Department of Commerce ITA New

TAL International

Government Agencies

Container Corporation Container Sales Leasing

Union Pacific Railroad

Liquid Bulk Terminals

Shelton Trucking Service Trucking Companies

Somner Express Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Trucking Companies

Southern Haulers Roll Off Container Service Trucking Companies

Southern Sails of Louisiana Marine Consulting

Southern Towing Company Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Container Sales Leasing Packaging & Blending Trucking Companies Warehouseman

Terral River Service, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Dry Bulk Terminals Grain Elevator Logistics Marine Consulting Marine Equipment Supplies Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground) Warehouseman

Texas Brine Pipeline Pipelines

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Air Cargo Agents Custom Brokers Freight Forwarders Warehouseman

Waldemar S. Nelson Consulting Engineers Transportation & Infrastructure Planning

Weber Marine, Inc. Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems MidStream Facilities Dry Bulk Terminals Marine Contractors Shipyard Repair Facilities

Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Inc. Steamship Agents

Williams Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Pipelines

World Affairs Council of New Orleans

Associations Organizations

Shell Pipe Line

TCI Trucking

W. R. Zanes and Company of Louisiana, Inc.

U.S. Food and Drug Unit

Services, LLC Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

Shell Pipeline - Capline

Foreign Trade Zone 124

Associations Organizations

Complex Liquid Bulk Terminals Pipelines

Valero Refining New Orleans, LLC

Orleans U.S. Export Assistance Center Government Agencies

Government Agencies

Shell Norco Manufacturing

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Southern U.S. Trade Association

U.S. Maritime Administration Division of Gulf Operations

Railroads

United Bulk Terminals Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Buoy Systems Mid-Stream Facilities Dry Bulk Terminals Stevedores Storage (Covered & Ground)

Upper St. Rose Fleeting Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services

USDA, AMS, FGIS Government Agencies

Valero St. Charles Refining Barge Lines, Fleeting, Tug, & Harbor Services Liquid Bulk Terminals

World Trade Center of New Orleans

World Wide Export Trucking Companies

Yara North America Dry Bulk Terminals

Zen-Noh Grain Corporation Dry Bulk Terminals General Cargo Terminals Grain Elevator


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Every End is a New Beginning As 2017 comes to an end, we would like to wish all of our customers, colleagues and friends a very Happy and Blessed Christmas, and a Safe and Prosperous New Year. Courtyard on the Globalplex grounds next to the Guest House.

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