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The Coalition for America's Gateways and Trade Corridors (CAGTC) this week re-elected four board members and marked the organization's 16th anniversary.Re-elected to the board are John Creighton, co-chair of the Northwest Seaport Alliance; Kerry Cartwright, director of goods movement at the Port of Los Angeles; John Greuling, president and chief executive officer of Will County Center for Economic Development; and Bob Ledoux, vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at Florida East Coast Railway."CAGTC's leadership and membership continue to provide an important national voice advocating for the freight network's critical role supporting U.S. economic competitiveness in the global marketplace," said CAGTC Chairman Tim Lovain in a press release.Since its founding 16 years ago, CAGTC has supported the development of a multimodal freight-specific grant program that distributes money to projects on a competitive basis using economic criteria.
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