Port of Pascagoula
Mark McAndrews has been Port Director in Pascagoula since March 2001.
His maritime career, which extends over 35 years, involves public and private sector experience including stevedoring/maritime terminals, marine operations and public port administration.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Marine Transportation from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, is a U. S. Coast Guard licensed Merchant Marine Officer and retired as Captain in the Navy Reserve.
Mark is a member of numerous industry and civic organizations. He was recently elected 2016-2017 Chairman of the Board of the American Association of Port Authorities’ (AAPA). He currently serves on the AAPA U.S. Legislative Policy Council, the Executive Committee and is Chairman of the U.S. Delegation. Mark is Chairman of the Gulfports Association of the Americas (GPAA), and is active in state and local maritime organizations, serving on the Executive Committee of the Mississippi Coast Foreign Trade Zone, the Board of Directors of Mississippi Water Resources Association and the Mississippi Intermodal Council.
Conference Session 5: Green Energy Panel
Tuesday, 26 September, 2017
How is EU Directive 2020 impacting the wood pellet and woodchip market? What impacts are being felt because of the Brexit vote? Who are the primary sources for the product? These are just some of the questions our panel will explore.