Friday, January 23, 2015
Prince Rupert Port Authority takes multi-media approach on economic study
As we outlined on the blog on Tuesday, the Prince Rupert Port Authority detailed the impact that port operations deliver across Northern British Columbia. A study that highlighted the surge in Port related employment that has come to not only Prince Rupert and Port Edward, but across the entire Highway 16 corridor and beyond.
And to bring that message home, the Port has taken to info graphics and a new video presentation that highlights the job creation that the Northwest gateway to the world is providing for.
Sharing word of their visual approach through their twitter feed.
The info graphic breaks down some of the employment data by way of Person Years.
The video for its part, is a ninety second review of the impact that the Port has on the economy of Northern British Columbia. Featuring a collection workers at various port facilities and port related occupations, such as Prince Rupert Grain, Ridley Terminals and the Fairview Container Terminal, as well as those that work at other occupations in the region.
You can review the full economic impact study here.
For more items related to the Prince Rupert Port Authority see our archive page here.
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