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What does AAPA stand for?

AAPA stands for American Association of Port Authorities


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Assembly Delegates: bj Altschul, APR, Director, External Relations, Montgomery County Humane Society Rebecca Andersen, APR , Partner, Pacific Bridge Marketing John Clemons, APR, IABC Fellow , President, Clemons Communications Aaron Ellis, APR , Director, Communications, American Association of Port Authorities Rochelle Ford, APR , Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs, School of Communications, Howard University Tia Mason Howard, APR, Communications Specialist, SAIC Sabrina Kidwai , Senior PR Manager, ASAE Jill Kurtz, APR Michelle Leff Mermelstein, APR, Wireless Device Public Relations Group Manager, Sprint Mitchell Marovitz, APR , Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Maryland University College Pam Mooring, APR , Communications Manager, D.
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) are joining forces to buildgreater awareness of the need to significantly boost federal investment in the nation's ports and waterways infrastructure.
ports and waterways move almost 99% of the country's international trade by volume and 61% by value, according to America's Ports Today, a February 2006 brief from the American Association of Port Authorities.
All the deep draft ports have met the MTSA requirements, or mandates, for protecting their facilities, but port security is relative to the threat levels that a port or even a country might have," noted Aaron Ellis, communications director for the American Association of Port Authorities in Alexandria, Va.
Ellis was most recently director of communications for the American Association of Port Authorities in Alexandria, Va.
According to the American Association of Port Authorities, one container can hold 4,403 VCRs or 267,000 video games or 10,000 pairs of shoes.