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Customs Regulations 

'Positive' Customs Regulations May Create Problems for Importers

Government is replete with instances of “Let’s make things more complicated for those who follow the law… that will stop illegal things from happening!” Welcome to the updated Lacey Act. (I’ll bet you were thinking I was going to write about something else …) The 2008 Farm Aid ... Read more

Port Updates 

Is Savannah Poised to be the New Midwest Gateway?

Comparing one of the largest ports in the U.S. with an iconic baseball movie might seem like a stretch, but in the spirit of “Field of Dreams,” the Port of Savannah has become a model for other ports around the world who seek to expand their infrastructure and attract shippers ... Read more

Automotive Sales 

While US Auto Sales Improve, The Shipping Industry Cheers

US consumers have apparently found the cure for the winter blues, and it comes with that unmistakable new car smell. The ‘Big 8’ automakers' monthly sales figures are now public, and March 2014 numbers tell us that US auto dealers saw their best sales month since February 2007. ... Read more


Demand for Refrigerated Containers Heats Up

“Summer time and the livin’ is easy…..” well, it can be if your temperature-sensitive cargo is transported correctly. Otherwise, that shipment of meat or fruit could turn into something rotten. Global demand for refrigerated containers is heating up. According to Drewry, ... Read more

Latest Blog Posts

Section 232 and 301 Tariff FAQ's

Section 232 and 301 Tariff FAQ's

The words 'Trade war' aren't something to toss around lightly, However when President Trump made the initial Proclamations citing Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 it was ...

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IMO Low-Sulfur Fuel Mandate FAQ's

IMO Low-Sulfur Fuel Mandate FAQ's

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has mandated ocean carriers begin using low-sulfur fuels by January 1, 2020 and that date is fast approaching. We have discussed the ...

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How can you Mitigate Disruptions in Transporting your Cargo

How can you Mitigate Disruptions in Transporting your Cargo

It is true that no supply chain is immune from disruptions; however, there are steps you can take to mitigate disruptions in transporting your cargo and minimize the impact to your ...

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