InterChange President Devon Anders was recently published in the Northern Virginia Daily with a commentary about global trade.
In the article Anders writes about the history and growth of global trade in the Shenandoah Valley and how it relates to the current business climate in the valley and beyond.
Devon Anders is also the chairman of the Valley chapter of the Virginia Maritime Association. “They give valley companies that are here not just a window into the world of international trade but access to a host of brokers, shippers, truckers and even attorneys who understand the nuance of this global industry,” Anders wrote about the VMA. “Whether it’s understanding tariffs or permits, rates or rules, laws or relationships, the Virginia Maritime Association has expertise in abundance. Their advocacy arm, whether it’s lobbying for channel dredging in Hampton Roads or road improvements in western Virginia, is second to none.”
Anders notes that the VMA will be holding an even on December 4, 2019 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Port of Virginia and the 100th anniversary of the Virginia Maritime Association in Winchester, Virginia. Those interested in attending the invitation-only event can find more information on the VMA website.
Click here to read Devon Anders’ full trade commentary on NVDaily.com.