Livingston International

As anxiety rises in the global transportation market, Livingston International’s experience and services help clients prepare for change.

By Tim O’Connor

This past year has seen the United Kingdom choose to exit the European Union and a free trade opponent ascend to the office of the United States presidency. With nationalistic sentiments on the rise, this is understandably a worrying time for companies that depend on the flow of goods and materials between borders. “More of the [uncertainty] has landed on the USA doorstep with the change in administration,” says Mike Meierkort, president of international freight and transportation services for Livingston International. “That’s created a lot of anxiety and questions around the world as it relates to global trade.”

WestwayWestway Terminals rebrands itself as Contanda to move forward with its own identity and platforms that will allow it to double in size over the next five years.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

As a leader in bulk liquid storage solutions for more than 60 years, Contanda Terminals LLC (formally Westway Terminal Co.) continues to evolve and focus on what CEO Jerry Cardillo calls a transformation and growth journey that he expects will more than double its size in five years. To emphasize this change, the company has rebranded to have its own identity and platform. “It’s a new step forward and Contanda will be a leader in bulk liquid storage services around North America,” he says.

Now CourierNow Courier started a logistics brokering subsidiary to serve clients across the nation.

By Tim O’Connor

When working with a client, Now Courier first seeks to understand, then to be understood. The Indiana-based local delivery service provider doesn’t just look at a client’s website and then determine what services match their needs. Instead, Now Courier listens and crafts a customized delivery solution around the customer. “Every single customer is different,” CEO Ryan Schwalbach says. “They all have different expectations, they all have different requirements and they’re all legit.”


Port of StocktonCalifornia’s Port of Stockton focuses on facility upgrades to accommodate new products and markets as it continues to diversify its cargo mix. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

Port of Stockton brings value to its clients by being strategically located to offer rail, ground and water access in addition to being the one of the few operating ports in California with room to grow. “A combination of rail, room to grow and water is pretty much unique on the West Coast,” Marketing Director Pete Grossgart says. “A lot of ports are landlocked while we still have room to grow.”

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