Ports America is a busy place that loves to cross-train people. There are good people there and good friends to be made. If you work in billing, which I did, you travel to your ports, which is really cool. They want every biller to go to the port and really see hands-on what they are billing for and know the people face-to-face that you otherwise only communicate with by e-mail and phone. The people are nice. You work and communicate a lot with people in other departments in the building and can make good friends with anyone there. People there know what they are doing and work hard. For me, that's a great work environment. You can speak to any supervisor. They don't necessarily know what your specific billings entail, but there is always someone who knows who to go to or what to do. There were plenty of times that a co-worker turned to me out of the blue and asked me if there was anything they could take off of my desk for me. There is a lot of good stalk there.