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MARCH 2017 - IT’S THE INDUSTRY

The TPM (Trans-Pacific Maritime) Conference was held in Long Beach, CA this year, and over 2,000 industry experts gathered to consider the future of the ocean transportation industry. As one might expect, the conference featured competing ideas about what this future should look like, but there were essentially two points of agreement. First, the ailing ocean transportation industry is in need of great change. Second, this need for change suggests massive untapped potential . . .  Read the full newsletter by clicking the link below.

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FEBRUARY 2017 - ARE YOU MOVING?

It’s estimated that about 40 million U.S. domestic and international household moves will occur in 2017. In addition to the stress of finding a home or apartment, the right schools and a local community that suits your lifestyle, the most important issue you’ll decide upon, is the mover you’ll choose to help in the relocation. Having moved internationally on 3 separate occasions, I can attest that it is especially important to find a company that can handle the additional paper work associated with customs and excise clearance and differing load limits just to name a few obstacles . . .  Read the full newsletter by clicking the link below.

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JANUARY 2017 - THE NEW YEAR

A peek at the past gives us clues as to what we can expect in this New Year. A decade ago in 2007, the iPhone was introduced and Netflix started streaming movies and shows. The next year saw the development of the Blockchain concept with better encryption and the removal of the middleman from financial transactions. Uber was created in 2009, leaving the taxi and limo services scrambling ever since. In 2010, the iPad debuted . . .  Read the full newsletter by clicking the link below.

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DECEMBER 2016 - SEASONS'S GREETINGS

On behalf of everyone at Global Maritime Transportation Services, Inc. we wish to take a moment to wish you and yours the very best for the holiday season . . .  Read the full newsletter by clicking the link below.

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