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Trade Shows Continue to Gear Up: Are you ready to play?

Trade shows continue to gear up as safety and travel concerns decline over time. BTX Global Logistics is ready for the new surge with expert, on-time exhibit pickup and delivery services and a newly designed collateral that will help ensure you are prepared as well. 

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The State of Logistics: A Hopeful Outlook for the Future

Making predictions for the state of logistics in 2022 would be shortsighted if we don’t consider the major circumstances surrounding us in the past 2 years. Let’s widen our collective lenses and look at where we are, how we got here and where we hope to go.

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Limited Quantity Labeling Changes Now in Effect for Ground Shipments

The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) phase-out of the Other Regulated Materials-D (ORM-D) classification for small quantities of hazardous materials shipped via ground ended on Dec. 31, 2020. As of January 1, 2021, shippers must mark and label packages according to the new DOT regulations for limited quantities to avoid the rejection of their packages.

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Ground Transportation: Be Prepared for Transit Delays June 5-7, 2018


Every year, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) conducts tens of thousands of commercial motor vehicle inspections during its annual International Roadcheck. This year’s CVSA International Roadcheck starts today, June 5, and ends on June 7, 2018. During this 72-hour inspection blitz, everyone should be prepared for transit delays.

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BTX Global Logistics Appoints GLS as its eFreight Message Gateway


BTX Global Logistics has recently signed a Global Message Gateway Agreement with Global Logistics System (HK) Company Limited (GLS). Through the connection to the GLS EzyCargoTM platform, all BTX branch offices can exchange standard International Air Transport Association (IATA) air cargo messages and shipment data with its connecting airlines worldwide in the most efficient and cost-effective way.

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Ground Shipping: Deliveries Restricted, Banned in Key Areas of NYC


It all started in 2008 when New York City’s Department of Transportation (DOT) released the agency’s “Sustainable Streets” strategic plan to reduce traffic congestion and increase street safety for pedestrians and drivers in the City’s busiest areas. Since then, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan has been implemented phase-by-phase throughout the years. Among the City’s many initiatives are new curbside regulations and restrictions that will affect deliveries being made to designated areas in NYC beginning in 2018.

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BTX Global Logistics Collaborates with Imap Global Logistics in a Future-Facing Diversity Arm

BTX Global Logistics has teamed up with Imap Global Logistics to launch an exciting new Diversity Arm, aimed at expanding business relationships across the transportation industry.

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BTX Global Logistics Crosses the Border with BTX Toronto

BTX Global Logistics extended their footprint this month with the launch of BTX Toronto. In crossing the border, BTX emphasizes their commitment to bringing the best freight options for customers across the globe.

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BTX hosts Connecticut Governor in Aviation Supply Chain Visit

As Connecticut lawmakers approved a labor agreement in which Sikorsky Aircraft promised to retain 7,500 jobs in the state — and potentially hire as many as 1,000 more workers — BTX Global Logistics in Stratford hosted a visit from Governor Dannel Malloy, as well as Stratford Mayor John Harkins and Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim. The state and local executives were keen to discuss what impact the deal might have on a company such as BTX, a local business actively engaged in the Sikorsky supply chain.

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BTX Global Logistics wins 2016 Top Workplaces Award

BTX Global Logistics, an award winning, full-service logistics company, can add a new—and very special—feather to its cap: it has recently been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by Hearst Media Services.

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