IAM Membership: Moving Forward, Together
The International Association of Movers represents more than 2,000 companies in over 170 countries. More than movers, these companies are partners and innovators in the delivery of moving, forwarding, shipping, logistics and related services. IAM affiliation increasingly signifies strength, trust, diversity, ethics, reliability and accountability.
Transitional period of Brexit fallout set at 20 months
This week, the European Union (E.U.) and the U.K. government made another small step toward tackling the implications of Brexit for companies operating throughout the supply chain by agreeing on a specific amount of time to have a “transitional period” so all parties can get used to the new rules.
Crowley: Six Months After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s Road to Recovery is Being Made by Sea
It’s been called the most logistically challenging relief effort the United States has ever managed. When nearly Category 5 Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, it left a wake of destruction that residents and emergency responders are still reckoning with. Government officials knew of Crowley’s reputation and capabilities from the company’s previous rapid expeditionary response efforts around the world.
Crews Cleaning Up Containers at Port of Karachi After Ship Scrapes Another
Authorities in Pakistan’s southern port of Karachi have launched an effort to retrieve 21 containers knocked overboard after a ship moving into its berth brushed against a stationary vessel, officials said on Tuesday.
British Ports Association: Likely Brexit Deal Looks Like ‘No Deal’ for Ports
Following Monday’s agreement between UK and EU negotiators on the terms of a transition deal and ahead of the EU Council meeting later this week, the British Ports Association has published a strategic report calling for a pragmatic deal with the EU on both customs and regulatory recognition that allows both British and European businesses to get their goods across borders as quickly as possible.
Big Mess at Port of Karachi After Container Ship Sideswipes Moored Vessel
Dozens of shipping containers have fallen into the water at Pakistan’s busiest deepwater port containership collided with a moored vessel during berthing on Monday. The incident occurred at the South Asia Pakistan Terminals facility in the Port of Karachi, where officials say approximately 55 to 60 containers fell into the water as a result of the incident, according to local media.
The Portal's Mar/Apr Issue: MOVERS DOING GOOD
- HEADLINES / Terry R. Head
- Proud to Be a Mover?
- PORTAL FOCUS: MOVERS DOING GOOD
- Answering the Call of Those in Need / Joyce Dexter
- Contributors: Appenzeller-Transpack GmbH • Suddath • Arpin Van Lines • Cartwright International • Global Packing Mudancas Internacionals • La Rosa del Monte • Move For Hunger • National Van Lines • Schmidt Global Logistics BV • The Pasha Group • The Paxton Companies • Western Express • Terry Head • Will Kohudic • Julia O’Connor
- IAM Is Here to Help
- Walt Peniuk: Racing to the Here 2 Help Starting Line
- IAM Young Professionals (IAM-YP)
- Doing Good for Society and the Environment / Daniela Krumdiek
- Movers: Helping the World / Carlos Avalos
- YMC2018: A Gathering You Don’t Want to Miss!
- Military/Government Update
- DOD to Introduce New “Personal Property Prototype” System / Charles L. White
- IAM Looking Back
- IAM Hall of Honor History and Sweep Class Inductees / Rick Curry
- Portal Profile
- Aruba International Relocations: A Company on a Mission / Joyce Dexter
- Executive Suite
- The Case for Collaborate Leverage / Ray da Silva
- Customer Care Sets You Apart / Diane Ilieva
- Getting the Most Out of Your Company’s Data / Jason Hopkins
- Washington Update / Jim Wise and Bryan Vickers, PACE, LLC