Join Citizens for a Healthy Bay April 26 to remove invasive species at the Port’s Gog-le-hi-te Wetlands.

More than 350 customers, business leaders and community members joined us April 9 at the Port of Tacoma 2014 Annual Breakfast to hear how unprecedented change in the international shipping industry is forcing ports and shippers to think and act differently.

Tacoma was among six ports selected to receive funding for clean air projects through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) grant program.

The Port of Tacoma recognized its strong, supportive relationships with customers and stakeholders by honoring three with the third annual Summit Awards for their outstanding contributions to Port business and the Pierce County community.

With the Senate declining to act on a transportation package for the second year in a row, what's

Permanent jobs and economic development opportunities make the completion of SR 167 a smart investment for the state. It can also help with immediate job creation.

State Route 167 is a critical freight connection and the need to complete the highway has not gone away. This is especially true for the agriculture sector, which relies on the Port of Tacoma as an important gateway to international markets.

Breakbulk cargo and auto import volumes posted gains through February at the Port of Tacoma, but container volumes continued to lag.

The April 9 Port of Tacoma Annual Breakfast will celebrate the Year of the Horse by “Charging into the competitive landscape.”

Hear how unprecedented change in the international container industry is forcing ports and shippers to think and act differently.

During an interview today on TV Tacoma’s CityLine, Jason Jordan, environmental programs director, talked about how the Port’s environmental initiatives support economic development and job creation.

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