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Page International promotes Brianne Chadziutko to Senior Manager of Exports

Page International promotes Brianne Chadziutko to Senior Manager of Exports

Page International, Inc., a Savannah-based worldwide logistics service provider, recently promoted Brianne Chadziutko to senior manager of exports.

In that role, she will manage Page’s international ocean freight forwarding departments, as well as all air export operations, cargo surveying, and export compliance.

Chadziutko began her career at Page as a member of its Ocean Export Documentation department, working her way up to team leader, before eventually becoming a manager in the Bookings and Traffic department.

Originally from Manalapan, N.J., Chadziutko graduated magna cum laude from University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in international business and finance.

 

Source: RISI

 

10 most logistically-friendly countries of 2016

10 most logistically-friendly countries of 2016

Every year, the World Bank Group produces a Logistics Performance Index that ranks 160 countries on their proficiency at trade logistics. Each country is measured in terms of its supply chain performance in such areas as infrastructure, quality of service, shipment reliability, and border clearance efficiency. The index is based on a survey of more than 1,200 logistics professionals.

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Mallory Alexander expands with new office & warehouse in Miami

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Mallory Alexander International Logistics has opened a new office and warehouse in Miami, Florida, USA to serve the region’s vibrant import and export sector.

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Alexander Global Logistics Opens First Office in Sweden

We are very happy to announce that starting from September 1st 2016 Alexander Global Logistics Sweden will join the AGL family.

Mr. Kent Niklasson will be leading the office. Kent will be based in Lysekil and is in charge of marketing and sales in Sweden. The purpose of our new office is to support the AGL break bulk activities in shipping all kinds of general cargo, project cargo, and pulp & paper.

 
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