Category Archives: Global Trade

The US and its Cuba Policy Changes

Heather Noggle   December 4, 2017   Comments Off on The US and its Cuba Policy Changes

And back go we again. Cuba. Sanctions. President Donald Trump’s issuance of a National Security Presidential Memorandum on Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba on June 16 signaled a sweeping shift from the Obama-era Cuba policy that concentrated on ending the US’s longstanding sanctions program on Cuba and the… Read more »

Global Growth Resources

Heather Noggle   November 30, 2017   Comments Off on Global Growth Resources

As businesses, we all strive for growth, and with that I mean the right kind of growth.  We have to not be clunky in our efforts.  We must plan, and we must measure. Good resources on how to do that are invaluable. The move from domestic to domestic+international sales can… Read more »

Export Help

Heather Noggle   November 22, 2017   Comments Off on Export Help

The World Trade Association staffs offices in many major US cities and in 90 countries total. To learn more about how you can leverage this, visit https://www.wtca.org/ Here’s a list of locations.

Supply Chain 2017 and Beyond

Heather Noggle   November 1, 2017   Comments Off on Supply Chain 2017 and Beyond

It’s all connected, you see.  Physical goods and components cannot be teleported (yet), but visibility to your governing data can be real time. It’s technology that defines the 21st century supply chain. Other key people factors also mirror general business: constant improvement being central to that. Minimize your disconnect. Here… Read more »

Logistics and Digital Transformation

Heather Noggle   October 27, 2017   Comments Off on Logistics and Digital Transformation

The 4PL – abstract logistics management. No fleet of vehicles, no warehouses, no transport equipment: 4PL providers manage supply chains without any of their own assets. A business model that, only a few years ago, still occupied a mere niche market in the shadow of the big logistics companies is… Read more »

Fruit Imports and Policy Changes

Heather Noggle   October 20, 2017   Comments Off on Fruit Imports and Policy Changes

I was reading about the US Department of Agriculture’s Southeast In-Transit Cold Treatment Pilot program. The latest port in this program, and highlighted in this article, is the Port of Virginia.  Other participating ports are New Orleans and Port Canaveral – also mentioned in this article are Port Manatee and Port Tampa Bay. The… Read more »

Are You Screening?

Heather Noggle   October 16, 2017   Comments Off on Are You Screening?

Since mid 2003 Global Wizard has offered Denied Party Screening Services as part of the full Global Wizard software suite. “In the beginning” – our beginning – the lists we tracked and offered contained about 8,000 names.  Today that’s closer to 62,000. Commonly called Restricted Party Screening, Denied Party Screening… Read more »

Florida Ports Opening Post Irma

Heather Noggle   September 18, 2017   Comments Off on Florida Ports Opening Post Irma

Good news from Friday – here’s a list of re-opened Florida ports, many that have been operational since mid last week: Port Miami Port Everglades Port Canaveral Port of Jacksonville Tampa Bay Manatee St. Pete Full article:http://www.globaltrademag.com/global-logistics/florida-ports-open-irma    

Not Yet Exporting?

Heather Noggle   August 9, 2017   Comments Off on Not Yet Exporting?

You should be!  This video is worth 3 minutes of your time, for sure.  Check out the blog where it’s posted, too: http://www.globalsmallbusinessblog.com/2017/08/a-well-thought-out-export-business-plan.html