Port of Longview exceeds 2019 budget projections

Port of Longview Commissioners report that revenues exceeded 2019 budget projections. The budget projected lower revenue resulting from global market conditions that had adversely affected several grain products. However, imports of wind energy components, foreign steel and soda ash exports saw marked increases and combined to help the Port exceed the budget projections. Year-end financial results presented to commissioners at their February meeting showed operating revenue of ... [+]

Port of Longview Board Approves 2018 Budget

 The Port of Longview’s Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the 2018 Budget, which includes significant investments in the expansion of the Port’s Industrial Rail Corridor (IRC) and infrastructure development at Barlow Point. These investments capitalize on previous year’s momentum of multiyear projects that will bring increased economic growth to our ... [+]

New Director of Marine Terminal S Brings 20+ Years of Experience to Port of Longview

Bringing a wealth of maritime experience, Mark Price joins the Port of Longview as Director of Marine Terminals. Price will manage cargo operations and ensure that Port facilities operate at a high volume. “Mark is an outstanding addition to our team,” said Port of Longview Chief Executive Officer Norm Krehbiel. “His ... [+]

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