A Year in Review with BTX Global Logistics: Highlights of 2018


2018 was an exceptional year for BTX Global Logistics, a global shipping and logistics organization headquartered in Shelton, Conn. The year was marked by exponential growth across all levels of the business including staffing, the opening of new regional branches and the expansion of service offerings.

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From IBM Selectrics to Blockchain Technology: A Walk Down Memory Lane


Technology plays such an important part in all of our successes. IT capabilities are considered by our clientele to be just as important as shipments arriving on time and damage-free to their destinations. However, once upon a time, we operated very differently.

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Freight Forwarder BTX Global Logistics Inaugurates World Headquarters


BTX Global Logisticsa global freight forwarding and logistics company, inaugurated its new world headquarters at 12 Commerce Drive, Shelton, last week. BTX Global Logistics is a full-service transportation and logistics organization that specializes in time-sensitive, heavyweight freight by air, land and sea.

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Freight Forwarder BTX Global Logistics to Host Grand Opening Event


BTX Global Logistics, a global freight forwarding and logistics company, is pleased to announce the grand opening of its state-of-the-art world headquarters in Shelton, Conn. The celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 27, at 4:00 p.m. 

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BTX Global Logistics Opens Shipping & Logistics Branch in Nashville Area


BTX Global Logistics is excited to announce the grand opening of its newest shipping and logistics service center – BTX-Nashville (BTX-BNA). Located in Old Hickory, Tenn., BTX-Nashville offers customers a full menu of domestic and international heavy-weight freight options along with specialized services and e-commerce solutions.

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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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Planning to Protect Customers from Service Delays in Cargo Delivery


Last year, we saw an incredible paradigm shift in capacity with regards to global supply chains. In the United States, e-commerce traffic took our normal capacity away in November and December due to record level volumes. Severe backlogs with our core vendors forced BTX Global Logistics and others in our industry to look elsewhere to move cargo just about anywhere.

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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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Ocean Shipping...A Reflection on the Industry through the Years

I often hear ocean shipping referred to as being unchanged since the days of the early Phoenicians. I am happy to say I have only witnessed a small sliver of time as it relates to the history of shipping, however a time which has brought about tremendous change nonetheless.

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