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At Green Worldwide Shipping, no one fights alone. Supporters from across the nation came together for the annual St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer during September’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  58 cities participated in raising money to support the kids and mission of St. Jude. Green Worldwide participants received company registration and donned team shirts, featuring a ‘No One Fights Alone’ message, as they completed the 5K walk through local cities. [caption id="attachment_1990" align="aligncenter" width="584"] Green New York[/caption]
As a seasoned freight salesman of almost 20 years, clients are often surprised when I discuss preventative supply chain solutions for regulatory compliance (and not just for international transportation). With the launch of their new single portal, the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has begun to seriously re-enforce and protect domestic industry from trade infringements such as anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CVD). There should be no surprise!  From buyer education, to

Where Did the Freight Peak Season Go?

Posted on September 25, 2017
Category: Freight Market, News, Shipping News
As the year winds down, carriers and shippers engage in an annual dance commonly known as the holiday peak season; but in 2017, carriers just haven’t been able to set the pace. After several years of consolidation and vessel sharing planning, carriers believe they finally landed on the framework that would bring the containerized freight market back to health.  Unfortunately, the numbers were just too close for this peak season as capacity overhang offset spot

Three Common Errors for FDA Audits

Posted on September 22, 2017
Category: Customs & Compliance
Regulatory import compliance can be stressful, especially when dealing with a partner government agency such as the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).  Reviews and audits can be complex and difficult to prepare for as new regulations and programs are implemented. The following are three of the most common issues identified during FDA audits: Product Descriptions Be sure to stay consistent and use laymen’s terms FDA recommends placing the descriptor before the product name and model

Seeing Red, Don’t Be Cross

Posted on September 20, 2017
Category: Green News
With the recent catastrophic weather events, Harvey, Irma and the devastating Western fires, many people start questioning if donations are being used properly and really going to those that need them most. We at Green thought it would take this opportunity to discuss why it chose to partner with the American Red Cross and why we feel that it is a great organization to stand behind. The American Red Cross shelters feed and provide emotional