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March 1st Newsletter; WTDC 40th Anniversary, LiveLikeBella 5k Walk/Run, Miami Dade College Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society, GMCC Event: Cuba, A Year in Review

Posted on March 1st, 2017 at 2:43 pm

WTDC celebrates its 40 year anniversary

 

40 years in business! On March 8, 1977, WTDC was founded by the Gazitua family as a U.S. Customs General Order Warehouse. We've come a long way since those days but still maintain our commitment to service and our employees as a family owned and operated Foreign Trade Zone and Logistics company.

 

"WTDC's future is focused on building a company that unites technology and best practices with the values we share as a family," said  Sean P. Gazitua, WTDC President & CEO.

 

Ralph L. Gazitua, WTDC Chairman and former President & CEO, reflected on the values that led to his company's success, "First is God and Family, the core of our values and our responsibility to each other. Second is Continuing Education and Wellness, a sound mind and body are essential to peak performance. Third is Community and Business, giving back and enabling others in education as well as business relationships built upon transparency. And finally, Legacy, seeing that the Gazitua family business and tradition of excellence in logistics continues in a 3rd generation under my son Sean's leadership."

 

 

 

LiveLikeBella 5k Run/Walk

 

On Saturday, February 25, WTDC employees and their families participated in the 3rd annual LiveLikeBella 5k Run/Walk at Zoo Miami. Over 2500 people attended the 5k and assisted the local charity in raising almost $150,000.

 

LiveLikeBella is a childhood cancer foundation focused on ending childhood cancer. It funds innovative pediatric cancer research, provides support for families with children in treatment, and even assists families with the purchase of of headstones and urns if the child passes away. The charity continues after Bella's passing to be an inspiration to families afflicted by cancer and to bring resources to fight childhood cancer.

 

 

LiveLikeBella.org

 

 

 

 

 

Miami Dade College Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society

 

On Friday, February 24, WTDC Chairman Ralph L. Gazitua was a guest speaker for Miami Dade College's Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society inauguration ceremony. Sigma Beta Delta recognizes the scholastic achievements by students studying business, management, and administration.

 

Mr. Gazitua is currently the Chair of the Supply Chain Management Advisory Committee for the School of Business at Miami Dade College and is pictured below with Dr. Beverly Moore-Garcia, President of  Miami Dade College Kendall Campus, and Dr. Sandra Torres, Assistant Professor at Miami Dade College - School of Business and Advisor to Sigma Beta Delta.

 

 

 

 

GMCC Event:

Cuba, A Year in Review

 

Join the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, WTDC Chairman Ralph L. Gazitua, and a panel of speakers for a discussion on the changes, advances, and regulations between the US and Cuba up until this moment. Panelists will discuss their experiences setting up and conducting business operations on the island and what the future might hold.

 

9 a.m. Registration

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

GMCC

 

Speakers

Ralph Gazitua, Chairman, WTDC

 

Alicia Lines, Regional Director, Financial Distribution  Service

 

Ritchie Lucas, Associate Publisher, Cuba Trade Magazine

 

Ana Quintana, Policy Analyst, Latin America and the Western Hemisphere, Heritage Foundation

 

Aliette Rodz, Partner, Shutts & Bowen LLP

 

Click here for event info and registration

 

March 1st Newsletter; WTDC 40th Anniversary, LiveLikeBella 5k Walk/Run, Miami Dade College Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society, GMCC Event: Cuba, A Year in Review - Read More

February 16th Newsletter

Posted on February 16th, 2017 at 4:11 pm

Reminder: WTDC will be open on President's Day, Monday, Feb. 20th

 

 

U.S.-Cuba Relations Update

 

First U.S. origin container arrives in Port Mariel for cruise industry 

 

This week Savino Del Bene-Miami (SDB) completed its first shipment of agricultural products from Port Everglades to Cuba’s Port Mariel to service the cruise ships  in Havana's  cruise terminal. SDB received a 2 year exemption from the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) for these recurring shipments. 

 

John Paul Brigneti, VP Global Logistics Cruise & Marine Solutions for Savino Del Bene Miami, added, “This shipment represents a major milestone for SDB and for the cruise industry. It is great to see this shipment come to fruition after nearly two years since first visiting Cuba and Port Mariel to understand its capabilities and operations.”

 

Seatrade Cruise News: Savino Del Bene OKd to supply Cuba cruise operaion from the US

 

John Paul Brigneti - license 'a major achievement'

John Paul Brigneti, VP Global Logistics Cruise & Marine Solutions for Savino Del Bene-Miami

 

 

U.S.-Cuba Relations Update

 

More Oceania cruises departing from PortMiami to stop in Cuba

 

PortMiami will be the departure point for 6 additional Oceania cruises in 2017. The 684 passenger cruise liner will include educational sessions about Cuban culture to qualify for an exemption to visit the island. The new journeys, available starting November 14th, will be from 6 days to 13 days in duration. The routes expand beyond Havana to include stops in Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba as well as other destinations in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean.

 

Miami Herald: Oceania cruises adds more Cuba trips from Miami with multiple stops on the island

 

 

 

The Business Forum Group launches in Doral

 

Last night Co-Founders Pete De La Torre and Tony Calatayud introduced their new business enterprise: The Business Forum Group. Doral Mayor J.C. Bermudez opened the event  at the InterContinental at Doral Miami by advocating his support for Pete and Tony's vision. Also in attendance were Councilwoman Ana Maria Rodriguez and Councilwoman Claudia Mariaca. The group is starting in Doral but plans to take its business leveraging concept focused on 12 key verticals to different communities. 

 

Click to read more on The Business Forum Group 

 

 

 

FIU Intern Nicolas Gonzalez

 

WTDC welcomes Nicolas Gonzalez! Mr. Gonzalez, FIU Class of 2019, School of International and Public Affairs, is completing his internship with WTDC Operations. Thank you Nicolas!

 

 

 

Live! from the 2017 Miami International Boat Show 

 

Join and follow us on our WTDC social media outlets today, Thursday, February 16, as our WTDC Interns Kevin Maloy and Marcello Cardillo will be corresponding from Miami International Boat Show. Thursday is Premier Day, check in to see what's new and happening at the boat show scheduled to run through this weekend, Feb. 16-20. Click for album

 

 

For Boats and Personal Watercraft, WTDC handles container and flat-rack loading, export documents, warehousing, packing and crating, customs clearance, and transportation. Contact WTDC for your next export of boats or marine supplies.

February 16th Newsletter - Read More

Febuary 1st Newsletter, U.S.-Cuba Relations Updates, C-TPAT Approved, Miami Dade College presents speaker panel 'Realities of Doing Business in Cuba', Miami International Boat Show returns to Miami Marine Stadium

Posted on February 1st, 2017 at 4:09 pm

February 1, 2017  

 

 

 

Reminder: FTZ Annual Reports 

are due on March 31, please contact WTDC if you require assistance filing 

 

 

C-TPAT Approved

 

Last week WTDC succesfully passed its C-TPAT Validation. We are proud of the warehousing and transportation procedures that we have implemented as a company and look forward to working with our partners to providing a secure supply chain.

 

 

 

 

U.S.-Cuba Relations Update:

First legal import from Cuba in 50 years arrives at Port Everglades

 

It was a busy week in South Florida regarding shipments to and from Cuba. On Tuesday, Jan. 24, the first legal shipment from Cuba in 50 years arrived in Port Everglades. The import was of an artisinal charcoal made from Cuban Marabú, an invasive species to the island. The charcoal is produced by private farmers as part of a cooperative and falls under the legal perameters established by the Obama administration.

 

Miami Herald:  Charcoal — first legal cargo from Cuba in more than 50 years — arrives at Port Everglades

 

 

U.S.-Cuba Relations Update:

Florida governor threatens to withhold state funding for ports that engage with Cuba

 

On Wednesday, Jan. 25, only a day after the first Cuban export hit Florida and the day before Port Everglades officials were scheduled to sign an MOU with Cuban port officials, Florida Governor Rick Scott expressed his displeasure with Florida ports engaging with Cuban officials. Gov. Scott threatened to withhold state funding to Florida ports that entered agreements with Cuba. As a result of Gov. Scott's comments, both Port Everglades and Port of Palm Beach canceled plans on Thursday and Friday, respectively, to sign agreements with Cuban port officials that had traveled to ink the deals.

 

Miami CBS4: Port Everglades Calls Off Pact With Cuba After Governor’s Threat

 

Miami Herald: Cuban delegation arrives amid threats by Gov. Scott to cut funding to ports that sign pacts

 

Miami Herald: Gov. Scott doesn't want Florida's ports making deals with Cuba

 

 

 

Miami Dade College presents speaker panel 'Realities of Doing Business in Cuba'

 

On Thursday, Jan. 26, WTDC Chairman Ralph L. Gazitua participated in the Miami Dade College Speaker Series seminar 'Realities of Doing Business in Cuba.' Speakers addressed the legal, political, social and economic factors surrounding exploring business opportunities between the United States and Cuba.

 

Savino Del Bene's John Paul Brigneti attended and gave a brief introduction to his company's recent approval by BIS to ship agricultural products to Cuba's Port Mariel to service the cruise ship industry. You can read more on that project here. WTDC assisted Savino Del Bene-Miami with its recent approval to become a Foreign Trade Zone. 

 

Dr. Sandra Torres, Assistant Professor, Miami-Dade College School of Business, was the moderator. Dr. Torres is administrator of an MDC Internship Program. If your company is interested in having an Intern from Miami Dade College, please click here so we can make the connection.

 

Ralph L. Gazitua, WTDC Chairman

 

John Paul Brigneti, Savino Del Bene VP Global Logistics Cruise & Marine Solutions

 

 

Pictured Left to Right:
-Alex Cuello, Probate Attorney, 
-Dr. Sandra Torres, Assistant Professor, Miami-Dade College Sc
hool of Business

-John Price, Managing Director of Americas Market Intelligence, LLC, 
-Juan Flores, Chairperson MDC School of Business Hialeah 
-Ralph L. Gazitua, Chairman, WTDC 
-John Paul Brigneti, VP Global Logistics Cruise & Marine Solutions, Savino Del Bene - Miami

 

 

Miami International Boat Show returns to Miami Marine Stadium

 

The annual Miami International Boat Show kicks off Feb. 16 and continues to Feb. 20. WTDC handles container and flat-rack loading, export documents, warehousing, packing and crating, customs clearance, and more for boats and personal watercraft. Contact WTDC for your next export of boats or marine supplies.

 

 

                                                        

 

   WTDC loading a sailboat into a container for export.

 

 

 

 

Febuary 1st Newsletter, U.S.-Cuba Relations Updates, C-TPAT Approved, Miami Dade College presents speaker panel 'Realities of Doing Business in Cuba', Miami International Boat Show returns to Miami Marine Stadium - Read More

Dec 16th Newsletter, Sean P. Gazitua named WTDC President & CEO, WTDC opens office in Sao Paulo, WTDC attends NRF17 in NYC, New Forklifts to start the New Year, US-Cuba Relations Update, Two Upcoming Cuba Speaking Engagements for WTDC Chairman Ralph L

Posted on January 16th, 2017 at 9:00 am

Sean P. Gazitua named

President & CEO of WTDC

 

WTDC proudly announces the promotion of Sean P. Gazitua as its new President & CEO. Mr. Gazitua has an extensive grasp of Foreign Trade Zone Operations and Logistics Management, having worked his way through the ranks as an Operations Manager, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and most recently Vice President of WTDC.

 

Mr. Gazitua succeeds his father Ralph L. Gazitua, now Chairman of WTDC, (as well as his uncle John Gazitua and grandfather LR Gazitua) as the third generation of Gazituas to manage the company which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2017.

Click here to send a congratulatory note to

Sean P. Gazitua, WTDC President & CEO

 

 

 

WTDC announces São Paulo office

 

WTDC proudly announces our new logistics office in São Paulo, Brazil. A local presence in São Paulo allows WTDC to better serve its customers shipping to and from Brazil, particularly with Brazil's intricate import customs and duties. Sergio Brandao Filho, WTDC Business Development Manager – Brazil Trade Lane, brings more than 20 years operating with Customs and Logistics in Brazil to our team and will manage the São Paulo office. In coordination with local partner GNH Logistics, WTDC will be able to offer seamless door to door logistics services.

 

Click here to read more

 

 

 

WTDC attends NRF Big Show

 

This week Sean P. Gazitua, WTDC President & CEO, (pictured below at left) and Sergio Brando Filho, WTDC Business Development Manager - Brazil Trade Lane (pictured below at right), are in New York, NY, at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Retail's Big Show. This annual Expo has over 500 exhibitors, 300 speakers, and 33,000 attendees.

 

 

 

 

New forklifts for the new year

 

Our new fleet of eight Clark forklifts have arrived!  WTDC's warehouse is racked two rows deep requiring extensive use of double-reach lift trucks. With five double reach lift trucks and three sit-down forklifts we are better equipped than ever to serve our customers. Thank you to our friends at National Lift Truck Service for putting this deal together!

 

 

 

U.S.-Cuba Relations Update:

Obama ends wet foot/dryfoot

 

On Thursday, Jan. 12, President Obama ended the wet foot/dry foot policy that had granted Cubans who made it to American shores without visas to be allowed to stay.

 

NY Times: Obama Ends Exemption for Cubans Who Arrive Without Visas

 

 

Two upcoming Cuba speaking engagements for WTDC Chairman Ralph L. Gazitua

 

Realities of Doing Business in Cuba

Miami Dade College, School of Business, Hialeah Campus

Thursday, January 26, 2017

5:30 p.m. EST

 

Realities of Doing Business in Cuba will feature a panel discussion with the legal, logistics, tourism, and social aspects of doing business in Cuba.

 

Click here for additional details

 

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Doing Business in Cuba

A Business Intelligence Online Webinar

Thursday, January, 26, 2017

1-2:30 p.m. EST

 

During this webinar, we will provide a practical overview on how to conduct business in Cuba, covering the following topics:
  • US Sanctions
  • Changes to US government regulations
  • A look at Cuba's political and business environment
  • Cuban new foreign investment law, structures allowed, warranties for the investors, taxation, dispute resolution mechanism available, relevant labor laws
  • Foreign direct investment
  • The New Free Zone of Mariel
  • Import-export regulations
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Immigration and customs regime
  • Trade usages and local business practices
Moderator:
Deitra Crawley, Partner, TAYLOR ENGLISH DUMA LLP
 
Panelists:
  • Ralph Gazitua, Chairman, WTDC
  • Professor Ted Henken, Associate Professor of Sociology and Latin American Studies, BARUCH COLLEGE*
  • Peter A. Quinter, Esq., Chair, Customs and International Trade Law Group, GRAYROBINSON, P.A.  
  • Dr. Janet L. Walsh, President and CEO, BIRCHTREE GLOBAL, LLC

Dec 16th Newsletter, Sean P. Gazitua named WTDC President & CEO, WTDC opens office in Sao Paulo, WTDC attends NRF17 in NYC, New Forklifts to start the New Year, US-Cuba Relations Update, Two Upcoming Cuba Speaking Engagements for WTDC Chairman Ralph L - Read More

December 29 WTDC Newsletter, PortMiami considers inland container yard, Intern Marcello Cardillo promoted to Marketing Department, WTDC Intern Keving Maloy Maloy travels abroad wth FIU, WTDC Holiday Party Recap

Posted on December 29th, 2016 at 9:38 am

JOC: Off-dock yard could speed truck turns at Miami port

 

On December 20, Journal of Commerce reported that PortMIami officials are considering a 100 acre off-dock container yard in western Miami-Dade County to alleviate congestion. As it  stands today, the 522 acre PortMiami could only handle 1.6-1.7 TEUs of projected container volume, a target within reach based on 2015's 15% growth to 1 million TEUs handled. Empty containers and chassis could be stored at the off-dock site clearing up space for future infrastructure improvements.

 

JOC: Off-dock yard could speed truck turns at Miami port (Subscription may be required)

 

 

Helping His House: Successful Annual Pajama Drive

 

Thank you to all those who donated! WTDC completed its Second Annual Pajama Drive for the  the boys and girls of HisHouse, a faith-based non-profit organization dedicated to offering safe, caring homes, and restoring joy to the lives of South Florida children from abandoned, abused, and neglected homes. If you would like to learn more about HisHouse or make a donation, we encourage you to visit their website https://www.hhch.org/about/.

 

 

 

WTDC Intern Kevin Maloy travels abroad with FIU

 

WTDC Intern Kevin Maloy, FIU School of Business '18, is spending his winter break on an 11 day FIU travel abroad program. Highlights include visits to companies such as Siemens and Migros, a visit to the US Embassy in Vienna, and plenty of holiday sightseeing. Way to go Kevin!

 

 

 

WTDC Intern Marcello Cardillo promoted to Marketing Department

 

WTDC Intern Marcello Cardillo recently completed his Internship and will join WTDC's marketing department. Mr. Cardillo has been assisting in WTDC's marketing efforts with Cuba, as he spent his formative years on the island in international school as an Italian citizen.

 

 

 

WTDC Holiday Party recap

 

In traditional Cuban Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) fashion, WTDC celebrated its Holiday Party with the roasting of a pig and plenty of food and drink for our family, customers, and friends. Happy Holidays indeed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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December 29 WTDC Newsletter, PortMiami considers inland container yard, Intern Marcello Cardillo promoted to Marketing Department, WTDC Intern Keving Maloy Maloy travels abroad wth FIU, WTDC Holiday Party Recap - Read More

Dec 15th News Letter, WTDC News: Mr. Gazitua on the radio, FTZ Spirits, Cruises approved to Cuba, WTDC Internship updates

Posted on December 15th, 2016 at 3:39 pm

Holiday Hours of Operation:

 

WTDC Closed Dec. 26 for Christmas

WTDC Closed Jan. 2 for New Year's

 

Happy Holidays from WTDC & Friends

 

 

 

Pete De La Torre radio program welcomes Ralph Gazitua

 

On Thursday, Dec. 15, WTDC President & CEO Ralph L Gazitua joined the Pete De La Torre radio program on WBRN to discuss the evolving relationship between the United States and Cuba as well as the Gazitua family legacy which includes WTDC, now in its third generation of management and ownership by the Gazitua family. Replays on Thursday, Dec. 15, at  6 p.m. and 10 p.m. A link to download the interview will be available on WTDC's blog for one week, click below to access the interview download.

 

 

 

Listen anytime, link to podcast download of the  Pete De La Torre show featuring Ralph L. Gazitua

 

 

 

FIU Masters grad Jose Ramirez completes WTDC Internship

 

Congratulations to Jose Ramirez who graduated from FIU this week with a Masters in Engineering Management, Logistics track. Originally from Venezuela, Mr. Ramirez also completed his WTDC Operations Internship this week. Thank you for bringing your amazing talents to WTDC. Best of luck, you will be missed!

 

 

 

FIU student Juliana Serafim

begins WTDC Internship

 

Welcome to the team Juliana Serafim! Juliana, FIU Class of 2018, School of Construction, Civil Engineering, is from Brasilia, Brazil, and began her WTDC Operations Internship this week. Looking forward to working with you!

 

 

 

 

A good mix: Spirits Exports and Foreign Trade Zones

 

In its Foreign Trade Zone, WTDC manages prepositioned inventory of Wine and Spirits destined for export or the Duty Free and Travel Retail sector. On a daily basis, we stage orders for the customers of our Wine and Spirits clients. As an FTZ, WTDC communicates its forms electronically to U.S. Customs, an advantage that saves both time and money.

 

WTDC clients are sent transparent and comprehensive KPIs each month on our performance as their logistics provider. WTDC clients can also view their inventory levels and create orders online anytime in Magaya, our warehouse management system.  Click here for more on FTZ Warehousing for Spirits.

 

 

 

 

U.S. & Cuba relations update:

 

Royal Caribbean & Norwegian cruises to Cuba approved

 

This week Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holding (NCLH) announced their approval to set sail from Florida to Cuba. NCLH stated that its first ship traveling to the island will be Oceania's 1,250-passenger Marina, approved for sail in March from PortMiami.

 

With short stops in Havana as part of a Caribbean itinerary,  the recently announced cruises from RCL and NCLH stand to fare better the Carnival Fathom, the first cruise ship to travel to Cuba from the U.S. Carnival announced last month that the Fathom would end its week long cruises to multiple stops in Cuba next spring.

 

USA Today: Approved! Royal Caribbean, Norwegian

are going to Cuba

 

Miami Herald: Sailing soon from the U.S. to Cuba: ships from Norwegian and Royal Caribbean

Dec 15th News Letter, WTDC News: Mr. Gazitua on the radio, FTZ Spirits, Cruises approved to Cuba, WTDC Internship updates - Read More