Export Insights: USA. Register for MIN’s online seminar
Marine Industry News’ second online seminar, in conjunction with Global Marine Business Advisors (GMBA), entitled Export Insights: USA, takes place next week on the 25th May.
Sponsored by PSP Logistics, it’s at 14:00 BST and is free to attend. Register for Export Insights: USA.
The session is being presented by Thomas Dammrich, who has spent over twenty years leading the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and has over thirty years of experience as a CEO. Dammrich is currently advising organisations on business strategy and has broad experience in organisational development and trade. He will cover the United States boating market, give tips on exporting and look at ways to help businesses run smoothly in the USA.
“I am looking forward to speaking in this GMBA seminar,” says Dammrich. “The GMBA is a global network of marine industry veterans with a wealth of tacit knowledge and understanding of the marine industry. They have insights on many of the issues facing the marine industry today and in the future, as well as the major markets for recreational boating worldwide.”
“For many years at PSP Logistics we have been helping our clients ship their marine equipment and yachts from all over the world to the USA,” says Shaun Parsons, director at PSP Logistics. “We have long established partners on both the east and west coast, in different time zones, so are able to communicate frequently, help with customs clearance and provide a very flexible personal service. We ship to all the major boat shows and also offer chartered water-to-water services from the EU. We are delighted to be supporting this event and look forward to sharing some insights.”
Register now to attend MIN, GMBA and PSP Logistics online seminar: Export Insights: USA.
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