Soli DG, Inc. is a terminal management and marine consulting firm based out of Maine. They have partnered with the association to provide IAMPE members with consulting services at special rates.
The Inland Rivers, Ports, and Terminals (IRPT) trade association is the IAMPE’s go-to for everything
brown-water related. The IAMPE has worked with the IRPT to expand into the inland river market. With the guidance and knowledge base of the IRPT, the IAMPE has been able to create the Inland Maritime Port Executive program–a first-of
-its-kind program that specifically focuses on the challenges and
needs of brown-water ports.
The Maritime Exchange of the Delaware River and Bay is a non-profit trade association that advocates port and marine business in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The IAMPE has partnered with the Maritime Exchange to offer educational programs a discounted rates for Maritime Exchange members.
HDR Inc. is one of the premier world-wide engineering and architecture firms. With their help in providing course facilities through course sponsorships, the IAMPE has been able to host seminars across North America – from Maine to Alaska.
The Maine Port Authority (MPA) has been a long-time partner of the IAMPE. The MPA has consistently
provided the IAMPE with classroom space and hosted port tours for seminar attendees at the International Marine Terminal in Portland, ME.
The Greater Houston Port Bureau (GHPB) and the IAMPE have partnered to expand the IAMPE’s offerings to the Houston region. The GHPB assists the IAMPE in marketing efforts in the Houston region and provides classroom space for IAMPE courses administered in that region. The IAMPE reviews GHPB’s educational offerings and determines if any are eligible for IAMPE certification or IAMPE continuing education hours.
MARPRO Associates International is a transportation consulting firm based out of Portland, Maine. MARPRO has partnered with the association to provide IAMPE members consulting service at special rates.
The IAMPE and the Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business & Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy (MMA-LSS) have partnered to support each other's educational offerings. MMA-LSS has reviewed and accredited the IAMPE’s Maritime Port Executive (MPE) program. Through this partnership, graduates of the MPE program will receive academic credit towards MMA-LSS programs. Conversely, graduates of MMA-LSS’s
Global Logistics & Maritime Management and International Logistics Management programs will receive Maritime Port Manager (MPM) Certification.
The North Atlantic Ports Association (NAPA) is a trade association of commercial seaports located between the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Canadian Maritime Provinces. The IAMPE and NAPA have partnered to ensure the professionals in the maritime industry have access to continuing education and training appropriate needs of the industry.
Port Tampa Bay is the largest port in Florida, handling all major cargo categories from containers, to bulk, to cruise passengers. The IAMPE recognizes Port Tampa Bay as a designated port management education center in supporting the association’s goal of maritime personnel professional development.
The Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators (AAHPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to serve marine oriented interests in Alaska. Their efforts in promoting the IAMPE has been critical in helping the IAMPE bring its educational offerings to Alaska.
The Port of New York and New Jersey is the largest port on the United States East Coast and is the third largest in the nation. The IAMPE recognizes the Port New York and New Jersey as an education partner in supporting the association’s goal of maritime personnel professional development.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) is the managing authority for the major ports of Georgia, including the Port of Savannah – the fourth busiest container terminal in the United States. The IAMPE recognizes the GPA as an education partner in supporting the association’s goal of maritime personnel professional development.
The Port of Alaska, operated by the Municipality of Anchorage, handles imported cargoes that make their way to 85 percent of all Alaskan homes and businesses. The IAMPE recognizes the Port of Alaska as an education partner in supporting the association’s goal of maritime personnel professional development.
The Connecticut Port Authority (CPA) is the entity responsible for developing and marketing Connecticut’s ports and maritime economy in general. The IAMPE recognizes the CPA as an education partner in supporting the association’s goal of maritime personnel professional development.