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Director’s Log

2020 has been a year of challenges for everyone, including the Port of South Louisiana, thanks to the world-wide Covid-19 pandemic. In March, Louisiana...

PORTraits

Honoring our community and partners In Memorium: Mr. James “Raymond” Fryoux, represented St. Charles Parish on the Port of South Louisiana Commission from 2008-2015. Mr....

People of the Port

Lester Millet III Lester Millet III has held the positions of Policy & Planning Director and Safety Risk Agency Manager for the Port of...

Bridging the Discovery Divide

It’s no secret that the Mississippi River — and the commerce, culture and opportunity it affords the maritime industry — is one of the...

River Parish companies give back

In good times and bad times, those who do business at the Port of South Louisiana have always stepped up to the plate, and...

Port Director Calls for Investment in Maritime Infrastructure

As Louisiana moves through the phases of business reopening and societal reintegration, local stakeholders are turning their sights toward recovery and are urging the...

The Natco Way

You might be hearing the words “pivot” and “adapt” more and more these days, as businesses small and large find ways to position themselves...

Partnering for Preparedness

When the Port of South Louisiana hosted the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) during the first week of March, aiming to discuss...

Sky-High Sights

The Port of South Louisiana Executive Regional Airport (KAPS), which serves as the aerial gateway to the largest tonnage port in the western hemisphere,...

River Parish Tourism, A New Day …a New Way

While the world got put on “PAUSE,” Buddy Boe and the staff at River Parishes Tourist Commission took a strategic, proactive approach toward promoting...

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