JAXPORT Staff at Operate on Talleyrand Marine Terminal

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JAXPORT Workers at Perform on Talleyrand Marine Terminal

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7.27.12

JAXPORT’s staff is comprised of 150 personnel, whom handle and industry the port and program for its improvement. JAXPORT’s staff operate in a selection of places, such as terminal operations and safety cruise operations arranging and properties construction and engineering finance, administration, procurement, IT, government and external affairs, corporate communications and trade improvement and marketing.

Talleyrand Marine Terminal:
This 173-acre terminal has 4,780 linear feet (1,457m) of berthing space on 40 feet (12.2m) of deepwater.

The terminal handles containerized and breakbulk cargoes, imported automobiles and liquid bulk commodities such as turpentine and vegetable oil. Breakbulk cargoes include steel, lumber and paper, and a variety of frozen and chilled goods. Talleyrand is equipped with four container cranes, on-dock rail and 160,000 square feet of transit shed space capable of handling cargo in refrigerated, freezer or ambient situations. Additionally, a 553,000-square foot warehouse stores a range of cargoes, which includes rolls of fine and specialty papers, magazine papers and newsprint.

The Talleyrand terminal also offers two 50-LT capacity rubber tired gantry cranes, both of which straddle 4 rail spurs totaling four,800 linear feet (1,463 m). Talleyrand’s on-dock rail facilities are run by Talleyrand Terminal Railroad, Inc., which provides direct switching service for Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads. The terminal is only 25 minutes from Florida East Coast Railroad’s intermodal ramp, and is conveniently positioned within minutes of interstates I-95 and I-ten.

Photo credit: JAXPORT, Meredith Fordham Hughes

Paulo Magina

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Paulo Magina, CEO and president of the board at ANCP, the Portuguese National Agency for Public Procurement, tends to make a point at the Higher-Level Roundtable for Government Executives on Unleashing Europe’s Single Industry: How Public Procurement Can Deepen Integration, Drive Innovation and Bolster Efficiency. The event was portion of the Government of the Future Centre, a joint initiative by Accenture, the College of Europe and the Lisbon Council. Check out www.governmentofthefuture.net

Paulo Magina

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Paulo Magina, CEO and president of the board of ANCP, the Portuguese National Agency for Public Procurement, intervenes at the Higher-Level Roundtable for Government Executives on Unleashing Europe’s Single Market place: How Public Procurement Can Deepen Integration, Drive Innovation and Bolster Efficiency. The occasion was portion of the Government of the Future Centre, a joint initiative by Accenture, the College of Europe and the Lisbon Council. Visit www.governmentofthefuture.net

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