Alerts
AAEI Highlights Causes of Port Congestion

Infrastructure stress and operational bottlenecks and chokepoints at U.S. port are undermining the normal flow of goods in and out of the country, according to new comments AAEI sent to the Department of Transportation (DOT). The DOT requested stakeholder input on America’s Supply Chains and the Transportation Industrial Base stemming from the Biden Administration’s February ...

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News
Swift Approval Needed for CBP Commissioner

AAEI urges the U.S. Senate to take swift action on approving a Commissioner of U.S. Customs and...

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Meet AAEI
AAEI Welcomes New Chair Julie Parks

AAEI announced the start of AAEI Chair Julie Parks’s term of leadership along with a slate of...

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Global Focus
AAEI and GSA to Develop Charter on Solving Global Port Congestion

AAEI and its counterparts in Asia and Europe who comprise the Global Shippers Alliance (GSA) are developing...

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Insights
Visit AAEI Marketplace

The AAEI Marketplace is now open. You can purchase hard copies of AAEI publications, including the newly...

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Become a Leader
MEMBER OF THE WEEK

This week’s spotlight is on Doug Jacobson of Jacobson Burton Kelley PLLC. Doug is former member of...

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Committees
Working Together for Trade

AAEI committees respond to specific global trade concerns, bringing needed information to members and members’ views to...

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