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Jaxport Looking for New CEO

Posted on January 29, 2013 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

JaxportThe Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) is looking for a new CEO, and a state representative and the current interim CEO both want the job. The position opened last month when the former CEO Paul Anderson left to take the top post at the Tampa Port Authority.

Jaxport is a full-service, international trade seaport in Jacksonville, Florida. It handles containerized cargo, automobiles, recreational boats and construction equipment, dry and liquid bulks, breakbulk commodities, and oversized and specialty cargo.

The facilities owned by Jaxport include dock and wharfs, cranes, a passenger cruise terminal, warehouses, paved open storage areas, and road connections to the public highway system. Their mission is to contribute to the economic growth and vitality of Northeast Florida by fostering and stimulating commerce through the Port of Jacksonville.

Here at Boyer Law Firm, we have assisted clients through the processes of trade, importing and exporting goods, and customs law. If you need help with any of these areas in Jacksonville or other parts of Florida, please contact us today.

Sources: Jacksonville Business Journal ; Jaxport.com

 

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Tags: Business Law in Florida | Import/Export

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