People

Deckhands, captains, dockworkers, and terminal operators are just a few of the many people who help to make the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System run smoothly.

A Decade of Development – How Paul C. Lamarre III has changed Port of Monroe

Anything you have read about the Port of Monroe, Michigan, in the last decade would not be possible without the leadership of Paul C. LaMarre III. LaMarre is celebrating 10... Read More

Adam Tindall-Schlicht Named Seaway Administrator

On Friday, November 4, 2022, the White House announced President Biden’s appointment of former Milwaukee port director, Adam Tindall-Schlicht, as the next administrator of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway... Read More

Port Milwaukee Director Looks Forward to New Role

Port Milwaukee Director Adam Tindall-Schlicht believes the Great Lakes is ripe for an export revival, and he will be taking those views to an important new forum. Tindall-Schlicht was recently... Read More

IMPACT! 2023 Award

Help us recognize our industry’s influential women! INSPIRED BY THE WOMEN AROUND US, Harbor House Publishers and Great Lakes/Seaway Review are taking nominations for the IMPACT! 2023 Award, an annual... Read More

Sustaining Economic Growth

The Vital Role of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation I often say that the Great Lakes region is the workhorse that powers our nation. Driving America’s industrial and... Read More

Marie Strum Receives the Great Lakes/Seaway Review Impact! Award

By Christi Kleiner Marie Strum, chief of the Engineering and Technical Services Division for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Detroit District, is the recipient of the Great Lakes/Seaway Review’s... Read More

For the Love of Freighters

Jake Bourdage’s career is inspired by dock visits  Standing 75 feet tall with a length of 1,250 feet and width of 60 feet, the steel-framed Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad... Read More

Economic Well-Being: U.S., Canadian Ports Work Together To Promote Efficient Operation

GL/SR: “How does the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System, well-managed by allied nations Canada and the United States, contribute to economic well-being and national/regional security?”   James Weakley │ President, Lake Carriers’... Read More

HOPA Expands with Niagara Ports

Unifying a network of multimodal hubs to support supply chains in Southern Ontario Read More

Icebreaking Delays: Action Needed to Overcome Disruptions in the Great Lakes Supply Chain

Expanded icebreaking capacity isn’t a luxury. It’s necessary to keep cargo moving through the Great Lakes. An example is found in the shutdown of 750,000 tons of carrying capacity for... Read More

Q&A: Advancing Ports

What infrastructure projects are you amid or planning that will aid the port with business development? The port will introduce bulk liquid cargo to our general cargo operations in 2022.... Read More