Port Tampa Bay is congratulating president and CEO Paul Anderson on his recent appointment to chair of the Coalition for America’s Gateways & Trade Corridors (CAGTC).
Earlier this month, CAGTC elected three officers and six directors to its Board, as the group gathered in Washington, D.C., to engage in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law implementation process.
Anderson is now CAGTC’s fifth Chair, while former CAGTC Treasurer Rick Cameron, Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Development at the Port of Long Beach was elected Vice Chair.
“I am incredibly honored to be leading the Coalition for America’s Gateways and Trade Corridors as their new chairman,” said Paul Anderson, President & CEO, Port Tampa Bay. “I will build on the numerous successes the organization experienced under their previous chair, Paul Hubler, and will continue to advocate for the efficient movement of cargo by land, sea, and air. Supply chain efficiency has become a critically important issue, and CAGTC and its members are deeply committed to improving freight transportation to aid in the movement of the goods our country depends on.”