The Port of Baltimore’s Federal Agency Quality Work Group signed its 2019 pledge during a Baltimore Port Alliance meeting, agreeing to serve mutual Port customers by communicating and addressing specific issues, events, incidents and concerns between federal, state and local agencies and Port customers.
Pictured are: (front row, from left) Matthew Barra, Compliance Investigator for the Consumer Product Safety Commission; David Stambaugh, former General Manager of the Baltimore Maritime Exchange; Matthew Travis, State Plant Health Director for the U.S. Department of Agriculture; and Capt. Joseph Loring, Captain of the Port for the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Maryland-National Capital Region. (Back row, from left) Natasha Pavlovich, Intermodal and Federal Agencies Liaison for the Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration; Armand Patella, Chairman of the Intermodal Council Maryland Motor Truck Association; Larry Smith, Vice President of Belts Logistics Services; Catherine Cockey, Wildlife Inspector for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; Rupert Denney, President of the Maryland Maritime Association; and Capt. Eric Nielsen, President of the Association of Maryland Pilots.