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Discover WSSA’s Cargo Insurance Advantages

Did you know….your cargo insurance may not be comprehensive? There may be gaps in your coverage that you don’t even know exist! A standard cargo insurance policy does NOT cover the following: Losses at port more than 15 days after discharge … Continue reading

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Hurricane Ophelia Hits Ireland

Hurricane Ophelia is sweeping in across Ireland on Monday and is expected to cause severe damage as the worst storm the country has seen in more than 50 years. 360,000 homes and businesses are already without power, and members of … Continue reading

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Wildfires threaten Vineyards in Wine Country

Today, our thoughts are with our colleagues and friends in Northern California where at least 15 wildfires raged through Napa and Sonoma counties on Tuesday, burning close to 100,000 acres already and destroying 1,500 buildings in the states famed wine … Continue reading

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    Join us tonight and celebrate a great cause! Monday, October 2, 2017 The Pierre, NYC It’s that time of year again, WSSA will be supporting the American Cancer Society at the 40th annual Wine and Spirits Industry’s Gala and … Continue reading

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Going to be in the New Jersey Area?

17th Annual Port Industry Day: Navigating a Changing Industry Monday, October 2nd, 2017 Liberty House in Liberty State Park, Jersey City, New Jersey 07305 Join us Monday, October 2nd at the 17th Annual Port Industry Day hosted by the Port … Continue reading

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Major French Unions Headed for Truckers’ Strike

A number of French unions have announced strikes for this month.  Truck drivers belonging to the CGT and Force Ouvriere, France’s second and third largest unions announced they will start a rolling strike on September 25th.   The strike is brought forth … Continue reading

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Ports and Cargo Terminals Begin to Reopen

In the wake of Hurricane Irma, most of the Southeast ports are beginning to reopen.  Port Miami, Port Everglades, Port Tampa Bay and Port of Charleston reopened yesterday, September 12th.  The US Coast Guard and the Georgia Ports Authority also … Continue reading

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