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Euro-Chambers Luncheon - "Current Developments at the Port of Houston"

Luncheon with the Port of Houston
 
Co-sponsored by: 
 
The British-American Business Council Houston

The French-American Chamber of Commerce

The German-American Chamber of Commerce

The Italian-America Chamber of Commerce

The Netherlands Texas Business Association
 
11:30am - Registration and cash bar
12:00 am luncheon & presentation
 
Cost: $35 for Chamber Members
 $45 for Non Members


 
Speaker Mr. James Nash
Trade Development Manager Port of Houston The Port of Houston is the largest US port for foreign tonnage and the 7th largest container port in the United States.   The Port of Houston is made up of the Port of Houston Authority and the 150-plus private industrial companies along the Houston ...

Trade Development Manager
Port of Houston


The Port of Houston is the largest US port for foreign tonnage and the 7th largest container port in the United States.   The Port of Houston is made up of the Port of Houston Authority and the 150-plus private industrial companies along the Houston Ship Channel. All together, the port authority and its neighbors along the ship channel are a large and vibrant component to our regional economy.   




James Nash is the Trade Development Manager of the Container Terminals for the Port Houston Authority (PHA). In this post, James is responsible for market research and analysis, customer marketing initiatives, new market entry strategies and strategic planning for the Trade Development division of PHA.

 

Prior to joining the port, James was the General Manager of Argosy Shipping with over 20 years of experience in the Maritime Industry.





 

 



Full Description
Organizer Becci Himes

info@babchoustonorg

When?

Thu, Sept. 17, 2009
6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

Smith & Wollensky, Clock Room
4007 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77027
US