CT Strategies Partners With Coalition Of New England Companies For Trade ​

CT Strategies is proud to announce our new partnership with the Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT). CONECT is a non-profit association for companies involved in international trade and/or transportation. As an industry service provider, this membership grants us the opportunity to establish connections with importers, exporters, and transportation service providers to share experiences, innovations and industry best practices. We believe every great advancement begins with collaboration, and we are elated to join over 3000 CONECT industry members who share our belief in the power of growth through partnership.

Our membership comes right in time for CONECTS Spring Cargo Conference. Set for May 12-13th, the event will feature industry experts who will address rising challenges and solutions in intermodal transportation, E-commerce, CBP’s trade agenda and much more. Learn more about the conference and register to join the discussion.

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