Clayton State graduates class of ABC’s of Customs Brokerage – next classes in June & October

I’m very proud of the collaboration that I’ve built with Clayton State University’s Center for Continuing Education. I teach a class entitled “The ABC’s of Customs Brokerage”, designed to meet the needs of logistics providers in the Atlanta area who are seeking qualified candidates to fill job openings in their businesses. Even more importantly, this […]

AirCargo 2015 – A successful trip to NOLA

As a member of the Airforwarders Association board of directors, we had one of our quarterly meetings and then our annual convention. AirCargo is held annually in a different city and this year was in New Orleans. It is jointly put on by the Airforwarders Association, Express Delivery and Logistics Association, Air-Expedited Motor Carriers Association […]

Mullins International and Logistics Workforce Partnership collaborating with United Way for groundbreaking educational program

Those of you who know me well are aware of some of the charitable work that I love to do. You also know that I teach continuing education courses at Clayton State University. Well, it has been a little bit in the making, but I’m proud to announce that we will be giving people who […]

I’m a board member for the Airforwarders Association!

Well, I think that we can all agree that THIS piece of news is one that is most welcome and for which I am extremely honored:   The Airforwarders Association is a tremendous organization full of industry veterans and is doing remarkable work on a number of fronts. They’ve fought the lithium battery issue, AES filing […]

Seeking your vote for the AfA Board of Directors.

I’m proud to say that I am running for a director’s position with the Airforwarders Association. Below is the email that was sent out to the AfA membership as voting is underway:       It would be a pleasure to know that I can count on your vote for this exciting opportunity. I have […]

Attending the GAC and receiving a tremendous honor

During my recent Government Affairs Conference trip to Washington, DC with the NCBFAA, I had the pleasure of meeting with several of our Washington representatives and even caught a photo with Congressman John Barrow. Our “March on the Hill” was to help enlighten Congress of issues that impact international trade. Some issues we discussed were […]

Mullins International in the news for Census carnet change

You may recall that I was working very hard with several trade associations to prevent the Census Department from requiring that EEI be submitted prior to departure for goods temporarily leaving the US on a carnet. Well, it’s always fun to see news like this: Good morning,  You may recall recently receiving this message a few […]

ACE Outreach Session Featuring Steve Hilson, CBP HQ on September 23rd

Without sounding like the town crier over and over again, “ACE is coming!  ACE is coming!” and as we’ve heard from CBP, now is the time for people to start testing it, insuring that their software providers are either certified or are developing and testing it, because come next November, it will become the system of […]

Yesterday was a great panel about ISF, ACAS and eBond

The Atlanta International Forwarders & Brokers Association yesterday hosted a panel along with Avalon Risk Management on three topics that are of great interest to Customs brokers and freight forwarders alike. I was honored to be a panel participant, along with Craig Clark of CBP in Washington and Lisa Gelsomini, President/CEO of Avalon Risk Management. […]

Great dates and deals available for our Lunch and Learn Series this summer!

We are heating up our educational Lunch and Learn Series for the summer with a $100.00 discount for any L&L booked in July, August or September! We have a variety of topics that are already prepared and ready to deliver.  If you don’t see one that is of interest to you or your company, we are […]