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a highly qualified management
team within the MDOT MPA, land acquisitions for cargo expansion, continued use of the private/public partnerships and the attraction of new high-value and volume cargoes.”
Huber said that the Port also needs to continually maintain its high-quality cargo-handling workforce. The Port can turn containers and vessels around in record time, and its “break-bulk staff
is second to none” thanks to the local crane operators.
Huber is confident that the Port will continue to be a force to be reckoned with in the international maritime industry for years to come. The Port
is the main force behind the local economy and generates thousands
of jobs each year. This reputation has been a catalyst for increased business, and Baltimore is a popular destination for the world’s largest cargo carriers and cruise ships.
“If you consider that a carrier entering the Chesapeake Bay must pass the ports in Virginia, there must be a strong reason for that carrier to continue to Baltimore,” Huber said. “That reason is the combination of
a strong management team and an efficient, dedicated and highly trained labor force. This combination is the Port’s biggest strength and the reason for its success.”
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