2022 Port Log Fall



Cargo is moved off a docked vessel at the Port of South Louisiana.


Port of South Louisiana staff celebrated the start of football season with snoballs and a Football Team Day. Flying Wings of Louisiana visiting Beacon Aviation...

Entergy Goes Green

As global industries and businesses look toward the future, a common–and critical–trend is emerging: a growing dedication to clean energy. Within the Port of...

Progress at the Port

When Paul Matthews became the newest Port of South Louisiana Executive Director in January 2022, he was tasked with carrying on a mission that...

What’s in a Name?

The Cypress In ancient times, the cypress has been a symbol for eternal life and were thought to have supernatural powers, in part because it...

A Tale of Two Cranes

On August 18, the Port of South Louisiana officially dedicated and named its two newest Konecranes  Gottwald Model 6 Portal Harbor Cranes for its public...

Meet Ryan Burks

Tell us about yourself.  I’m a native of St Charles Parish, raised in New Sarpy and Destrehan. I’m a product of the St. Charles Parish...

Students Today, Leaders Tomorrow

If the massive amounts of various raw materials and refined products that come and go up and down the Mississippi River are the lifeblood...


The state legislature established the Port of South Louisiana in 1960 to promote commerce and industrial development along the 54-mile stretch of the Mississippi...


In South Louisiana, Fall is the most exciting time of the year, with football and festivals in full swing. It’s also a time of...

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