WTDC Newsletter – March 15th, 2023
- President’s Corner
- Sean Gazitua mentioned in South Florida Business Journal
- MSC Irina: Largest container ship in the world
- WTDC’s 46th Anniversary
- PortMiami 2035 master plan
- PortMiami welcomes its first LNG cargo vessel
- Global air passenger industry recovered significantly in 2022
Last week marked WTDC’s 46th business anniversary and today the company also celebrated 6800 days accident-free! From the daily security briefing, to facility and equipment upgrades, to our recent C-TPAT recertification, an emphasis on safety and security is part of WTDC’s company culture.
Sean Gazitua, President & CEO
Sean Gazitua mentioned in South Florida Business Journal
Last week WTDC President and CEO Sean Gazitua was mentioned in two articles covering his recent appointment to the Adrienne Arsht Center Trust Board of Directors: South Florida Business Journal and the Biscayne Bay Tribune.
MSC Irina: Largest container ship in the world
This week MSC announced the debut of the world’s largest container ship: MSC Irina. With a capacity of 24,346 TEU, MSC Irina is part of MSC’s largest fleet expansion in history which also includes MSC Tessa. MSC took possession of MSC Tessa on the same day as the Irina and the vessel also boasts over 24,000 TEU capacity.
WTDC’s 46th Anniversary
On March 8th, WTDC celebrated 46 years in business! Thank you to our customers and dedicated team for continuously elevating the company to new heights.
PortMiami 2035 master plan
Last week, Miami-Dade County Commissioners awarded a total of 17.6 million to four contractors for PortMiami’s 2035 master plan – the Seaport’s Capital Improvements Program. The 2035 master plan calls for better efficiency within the current space occupied by the port.
PortMiami welcomes its first LNG cargo vessel
On Sunday, March 12, PortMiami welcomed its first cargo vessel using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel. The vessel was the first container ship in the world to be converted from diesel to LNG.
Global air passenger industry recovered significantly in 2022
The International Air Transportation Association (IATA) reported a strong recovery in the global air space, as total traffic increased 64.4% compared to 2021. All regions saw growth in air travel as restrictions eased.
WTDC is IATA certified to send air cargo on passenger airplanes and is a licensed Independent Air Carrier (IAC).
Contact WTDC for your next air shipment!