2022 Infrastructure Roundtable, Part III: Logistics, Ports, and Today’s Supply Chain

May 12, 2022 | 10:30 AM TO 12:00 PM

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Pennsylvania’s water-borne commerce industry is critical to the steady flow of goods to the Northeast corridor and to the overall health of the state and regional economy.


In the 2022 Infrastructure Roundtable Part III: Logistics, Ports and Today’s Supply Chain, an expert from the Port of Philadelphia will describe the Port’s key role in Pennsylvania’s infrastructure network, and provide a history on how the Port has overcome supply chain problems to get products moving along as quickly as possible. Then, a panel will discuss the challenges businesses face while coming out of the pandemic, innovative ways they have learned to move their products, and much more.

2022 Infrastructure Roundtable, Part III: Logistics, Ports, and Today's Supply Chain

Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy CPEs(PX177225) - Group Study 1
Continuing Legal Education Board CLEs 1
PA Registration Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists Professional Development Hours (PDH) 1

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Chris Keetch is the Director of Produce & Floral at the Giant Company. Before joining the Giant Company in 2018, he held several positions with Ahold USA for over 8 years. He holds his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Boise State University.

Sean E. Mahoney has been in the marine transportation industry for 35 years. Beginning his career at a Philadelphia based shipping agency, he credits this experience for educating him in the many aspects of international logistics and providing him a working knowledge of every marine terminal on the Delaware River. Working his way up through various positions of increased responsibility Sean is currently Director of Marketing for PhilaPort, The Port of Philadelphia. He is responsible for marketing of over a thousand acres of publicly owned port facilities along the Delaware River. Sean oversees a team of marketing professionals including representatives in Hamburg, Germany São Paulo, Brazil and Sydney Australia. He is a member of numerous international trade associations and a member of the board for The Philadelphia Chilean Chamber of Commerce. He is a graduate of Mount Saint Mary’s University receiving a B.S. in Business and Finance.