The Columbiana County Port Authority along with their partners at OMEGA, the SOD Center, and the City of Salem welcomed the Director of the Governor's Office of Appalachia (GOA), John Carey on a tour of Columbiana County Thursday, December 2, 2021.
One of the largest loads unloaded at the Wellsville Intermodal Facility occurred in January 2019. The Ohio River
facility offloaded two ladles – one weighing 83,775 pounds and the other weighing 79,366 pounds, after they
In October 2008, twelve tractor-trailer rigs arrived at NASA Glenn in Cleveland to load eleven steel cylinders (each being 18’
wide and just under 10’ tall, and each weighing between 24,000 and 60,000 lbs.). The parts were trucked over the road by
The Columbiana County Port Authority
and the Columbiana County Economic
Development Department recently held
an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony
to showcase their new headquarters
at 7860 Lincole Place in Lisbon. The building,
which the Port Authority purchased in
On December 11, 2020, representatives of the Columbiana County Port Authority
presented Mark Lamoncha, CEO and President of Humtown Products, with a
laminated display board honoring Humtown for being awarded recently with the
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.
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.
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.