Port Hueneme Hosts Paul ‘Chip’ Jaenichen

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Monday, February 24, 2014
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The Port of Hueneme, claimed to be one of the most productive and efficient commercial trade gateways for niche cargo on the West Coast, is to be visited by the Acting Maritime Administration (MARAD) Chief, Paul ‘Chip’ Jaenichen.

The Port informs that Mr. Jaenichen is to tour the port and visit with working waterfront port customers at 1000 hrs. on February 24, 2014.

About the Port of Hueneme
The Port is governed by 5 locally elected Port Commissioners. The Port moves $8 billion in goods each year and consistently ranks among the top ten U.S. ports for automobiles and fresh produce.  Port operations support the community by bringing $1.1 billion in economic activity and creating 10,226 trade-related jobs.  Trade through the Port of Hueneme generates more than $69 million in annual state and local taxes which funds vital community services. 

 


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