POHA

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AcronymDefinition
POHAPort of Houston Authority
POHAPulmonary Oedema of High Altitude (respiration)
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Wael Al Sarhan, senior vice president - marketing and communication, Bahri, said: "Houston is home to one of the busiest ports in the world and Bahri is considered one of the most important clients to Port of Houston Authority due to the strong relationship between Bahri and the port that extends back more than three decades."
Wael Al-Sarhan, Senior Vice President -- Marketing and Communication, Bahri, said: "Houston is home to one of the busiest ports in the world and Bahri is considered one of the most important clients to Port of Houston Authority due to the strong relationship between Bahri and the port that extends back more than three decades.
The Port of Houston Authority is the largest container port in the Gulf of Mexico.
From the American side, Port of Houston Authority chairman of the board of commissioners James T.
She previously served as communications manager for the Port of Houston Authority, the second largest port in the United States.
27 July 2009 - Finnish lifting equipment maker Konecranes Oyj (HEL: KCR1V) said today it will deliver nine rubber tired gantry (RTG) cranes to the US Port of Houston Authority (PHA).
Baker is controller of the Port of Houston Authority.
He also serves as vice chairman of the Port of Houston Authority, the largest port in the country in terms of foreign tonnage, as well as on several education and charity boards.
Elsewhere in Texas, Jim Edmonds, chairman, Port of Houston Authority, notes that containerized cargo has rapidly become the most significant commodity in the shipping industry, and will continue to grow as a percentage of world trade--especially between the U.S., Mexico and Latin America.
After more than five-years, the Port of Houston Authority has received a unanimous favorable decision from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals concerning the more than $100 million in costs associated with the relocation of pipelines that cross the Houston Ship Channel.
Jim Edmonds, chairman of the Port of Houston Authority Commission, favors passage of CAFTA.