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Port Authority Charging Station

The Columbiana County Port Authority announces the launch of its new electric vehicle charging station available to the Public at “no charge” and located at the Port Authority’s headquarters located at 7860 Lincole Place, Lisbon OH.

CEO Indcuted Into Ohio Commodores

Penny J. Traina, executive director of the Port Authority since March 2016, was inducted Nov. 22 into the Executive Order of the Association of Ohio Commodores, founded in 1966 by the late Gov. James A.

Complete Count Committee

The Columbiana County Port Authority is part of the Complete Count Committee to assist with increasing awareness to help motivate residents to respond to the 2020 Census. The success of the census depends on the community involvement at every level.

Congressman Johnson tour Intermodal Facility

On May 1, 2018, Congressman Bill Johnson toured the Wellsville Intermodal Facility located at 2400 Clark Avenue, Wellsville, Ohio. 

NEO Additive Manufacturing Cluster

On Jan. 31, 2018, the Northeast Ohio Additive Manufacturing Cluster held its first quarter meeting at Humtown Products at the Port Authority’s Network Operation Center at 120 Industry Street, Leetonia, Ohio.

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Available Properties

Property under Port Authority control includes the Wellsville Intermodal Facility, East Liverpool industrial buildings, Salem industrial buildings, Leetonia Trade Park (industrial park), and Signal rail terminal. Additionally the Port Authority keeps a list of most available industrial property that is on the market in the County.
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Regional Advantages

Ohio’s inland river system provides access to the Gulf of Mexico via both the Mississippi River and the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway. The Port of New Orleans, Louisiana serves the Mississippi and the Port of Mobile, Alabama serves the Tenn-Tom. North America’s fastest growing trade partner is South America on the ”all water route”. The widening of the Panama Canal will open up the Gulf to Asian originated container traffic. The Cleveland-Pittsburgh corridor is the fourth largest population market in the U.S. and the only major market geographically centered in the middle of five of the U.S.’s major population markets plus those in Canada.
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