Weekly Update from Port Tampa Bay


A message from Port Tampa Bay to our customers, tenants and community

Two Port Tampa Bay Employees Recognized with Honors during Propeller Club’s Industry Night

Two Port Tampa Bay employees took home high honors during the Propeller Club – Port of Tampa’s annual Maritime Industry Night. The event featured more than 100 Propeller Club members who gathered at the University Club of Tampa to network and celebrate leaders in our maritime industry. Port Chief Operating Officer, Brian Giuliani, took home top honors and received the Maritime Person of the Year Award, and Client Engagement Manager, Chirstyna Doege, won the Leadership Award.

The Maritime Person of the Year Award recognizes an individual who has truly gone above and beyond to support and advance the needs of their organization and the maritime community with inspiring leadership. The Leadership Award recognizes an individual who has done something to exemplify leadership among their peers, continuously exceeds goals and stands out through acts of service to their organization and the maritime community as a whole.

We are so proud of our honorees, Brian and Christyna, as well as the other winners of the evening. Congratulations!

Port Tampa Bay Partners with Ritchie Bros. on Annual Auction

This week, Port Tampa Bay is taking part in the annual Ritchie Brothers Auction, which takes place near Orlando. Ritchie Brothers takes advantage of the port’s foreign trade zone operations as a nearshoring project to bring in equipment and machinery efficiently to support their supply chain and organizational goals. We’ve assisted Ritchie Brothers with their auctions since 2016 and this year the organization celebrates 40 years in Orlando!

Learn more about the port’s Foreign Trade Zone here: https://lnkd.in/dfnnTRaH

PTB Staff to take part in RILA LINK 2024 conference 

Port Tampa Bay leaders will take part in the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) LINK 2024 conference. The annual Retail Supply Chain Conference gathers top executives in retail supply. Port Tampa Bay, along with Ports America, exhibiting to share how our proximity to the booming I-4 Corridor can help businesses expand capacity to Florida's Distribution Hub.

Port Tampa Bay emerged as Florida's top new supply chain solution for container cargo with added capacity and more expansion underway. Located in the fastest growing market in the fastest growing state we continue to expand to meet the demand of our region. Learn more: https://www.porttb.com/container

Register Today: Port Tampa Bay to host annual Golf Tournament in April 

Registration is now open for the 10th annual Port Tampa Bay’s annual Golf Tournament. This year’s event will take place Friday, April 19, 2024 at the Eagles Golf Club in Odessa. The event benefits Tampa Port Ministries and The Tampa Bay Maritime Scholarship Foundation. In addition to an enjoyable day on the links, the tournament features a 4-person scramble format, which includes on-course contests and some special challenges. After your round of golf, there is an awards banquet, with drawings for raffle prizes.

Registration details and link are available here: https://app.eventcaddy.com/events/10th-annual-port-tampa-bay-partners-golf-tournament