Our very own president, Gary L. Gregory was honored on May 12 during
   the 2011 Maritime Leadership Symposium in Sacramento. The symposium    planning committee created an award named in honor of Gary, former    division chief for the Marine Facilities Division of the California State
   Lands Commission.

   Gary has been involved in the California maritime community for more
   than 30 years, dedicating himself to collaborative leadership in all arenas    of discussion. He epitomizes the very best in the maritime industry. It
   was fitting that he be the first honoree so named and as such, the award    will bear his name in perpetuity.

   Gary is in his second term as president of the Propeller Club of Los    Angeles-Long Beach. Congratulations Gary, an honor well deserved!

   The 2011 Maritime Leadership Symposium brings together a coalition of    maritime related organizations that includes the California Association of    Port Authorities (CAPA), California Marine Affairs and Navigation    Conference (CMANC), California Marine & Intermodal Transportation    System Advisory Council (CALMITSAC), the Harbor Association of Industry    and Commerce, the Propeller Club of Los Angeles/Long Beach and The    California Maritime Academy.

Pictured are:  Norman Fassler-Katz, Senior Consultant, Sub-Committee on California
Ports & Goods Movement, Gary L. Gregory with his Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award, named in his honor and Senator Alan Lowenthal, in the Rotunda of the State
Capitol, during the California Maritime Leadership Symposium awards ceremony. 

Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Port of Long Beach was also honored.
Pictured above are:
 
Dick Steinke, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach, Senator Alan Lowenthal,
and Port of Long Beach Commissioners Susan Wise and Dr. Mike Walter

 

  

 

   

  

Interactive Exhibits - The Port of Los Angeles allowed attendees
to experience port activities via the TransPORTer. A “crowd favorite”
returned to Sacramento? Provided by the Port of Los Angeles, the TransPORTer allowed attendees to try out a number of interactive
exhibits, including a crane operator simulation.

The 2011 Maritime Leadership Symposium brings together a coalition
of maritime related organizations that includes the California Association
of Port Authorities (CAPA), California Marine Affairs and Navigation Conference (CMANC), California Marine & Intermodal Transportation
System Advisory Council (CALMITSAC), the Harbor Association of
Industry and Commerce, the Propeller Club of Los Angeles/Long Beach
and The California Maritime Academy.

Other sponsors included Port of Long Beach, Port of Los Angeles,
Port of Oakland, Unified Port of San Diego, Maersk Line, California
State Lands, APM Terminals, AEG, Humbolt Bay Harbor, Port of
Redwood City, Port of Stockton, CITD, Port Tech, Los Angeles, Future
Ports, Pacific Maritime Magazine, Kleertech, The Journal of Commerce, California Trucking Association. CCDOTT, and California Maritime Infrastructure Bank and Authority

 

 


11th Annual California Maritime Leadership Symposium

May 11-12, 2011
Sacramento



10th Annual California Maritime Leadership Symposium Pictures



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