The ADCCI delegation had visited the Port of Houston Authority and met with top officials.
What does POHA stand for?
POHA stands for Port of Houston Authority
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- Port Henry (Amtrak station code; Port Henry, NY)
- Potential of Hydroxide
- Power of Hydroxide (ion value)
- Power-On Hours (life expectancy of electrical/electronic equipment)
- Probability of Hail (meteorology)
- Process on Help-Request (SAP)
- Production Overhead (various companies)
- Project Open Hand (California)
- Pull Out of Hole (oil drilling industry)
- Pursuit of Happiness
- Pulmonary Oedema of High Altitude (respiration)
- Pacific Occupational Health Clinic (San Francisco, CA)
- Partial Odd Harmonic Current
- Penn-Ohio Holistic Center (Sharpsville, PA)
- Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc.
- Pittsburgh and Ohio Central Railroad
- Planet Organic Health Corp.
- Polaroid Holding Company
- Polycyclic Organic Hydrocarbon
- Principal Organic Hazardous Constituent
Samples in periodicals archive:
She previously served as communications manager for the Port of Houston Authority, the second largest port in the United States.
In 2007, Brazil ranked as our largest coffee importer, followed by Columbia and Mexico, demonstrating Latin America's continued significance to the Houston Port Region's economy," said Jim Edmonds, Port of Houston Authority chairman.
After more than five-years, the Port of Houston Authority has received a unanimous favorable decision from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning the more than $100 million in costs associated with the relocation of pipelines that cross the Houston Ship Channel.
4 million contract from the Port of Houston Authority for the design, installation and integration of a sophisticated intelligent video security surveillance system (IVSS).
For the seventh consecutive year, and the 10th year over the past 11, the Port of Houston Authority operating revenue reached a record high in 2006.
The full-day event has included such activities as a harbor tour and discussion of the economics of the Port of Houston and the Port of Houston Authority, and a tour and business case discussion at an ExxonMobil refinery.
Hughes ruled that the Port of Houston Authority is responsible for 100 percent of the costs to relocate pipelines affected by the Port's joint project with the U.