Prologis Receives Cargo Anchor Award
Pictured left to right: Don Meyer, Port of Tacoma Commissioner; Peter Steinbrueck, Port of Seattle Commissioner; Rick Kolpa, Prologis; Jake Maxwell, Prologis.

Prologis recently received the Cargo Anchor Award from the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA). Prologis’ Jake Maxwell, director, Construction and Development, and Rick Kolpa, senior vice president and market officer, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

The Cargo Anchor Award recognizes businesses that drive economic activity for the Puget Sound region. It is given to businesses and projects that increase cargo volume in the Seattle/Tacoma gateway.  

Prologis was nominated for two projects: Prologis Park Tacoma, a 1.3 million square foot logistics park, and Prologis Georgetown Crossroads, a 590,000 square foot multistory infill distribution center near Seattle and the first of its kind in the United States.

“The Cargo Anchor Award recognizes contributions that companies make to the long-term success of the Northwest Seaport Alliance gateway while promoting trade and economic development in the region,” Jake explained. “Winners are selected based on their measurable net contribution to increasing marine cargo volume in the gateway and related jobs generated from specific initiatives, improvements or investments.”

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