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The Role Of The CCO (Chief Client Officer), And …

Whether you are a valued client, a trusted strategic partner or simply someone looking for information on how to save on your logistics expenditures, you will benefit from my new role of Chief Client Officer. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Anthony Nuzio, Jr. the new CCO here at ICC Logistics. Yes, I am the son of ICC s founder, Tony Nuzio. ICC is a family owned and operated business that has been providing its clients with the support and services to reduce rising shipping costs for the past 40 plus years. I spent the early part of my career at ICC as an Auditor and Analyst and now I m proud to be back on the team after 12 years working in client relations for Mayflower Transit and United Van Lines. ICC s goal has always been to create an environment of transparency where you feel comfortable with the level of work we are doing for you and where you never have to question the reason you came to ICC in the first place. In my new role, you will now have the opportunity to connect with another person looking out for your needs, a listening ear, a helpful hand, getting you to the right place, with the right team members and helping you get the answers you need, when you need them. My background in client relations didn t come by accident. It happens to be what I m good at. It s what I do, and quite frankly, it s part of my DNA.

You see, simply, I like people. I like to talk to people, but most importantly, I love to listen. It s who I am. Listening is how you know your customer. I want to hear from you. I want to know things like

Are we doing everything we said we would do when you signed on the dotted line?

Are you getting the most out of your relationship with ICC? Are you fully aware of the vast array of services ICC can offer you? Most importantly Are you 100% satisfied with the relationship between you, your company and ICC? If the answer is no, let s talk about getting that satisfaction rating to 100%.

Our commitment to you is our best asset. You see, as a family business, You, our customer, our partner you are part of our family. So let s get to know each other

You ll be hearing from me soon and as always, feel free to contact me at the number or email below.

Cheers to your continued success!

ANJr
Anthony Nuzio, Jr., Chief Client Officer
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Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Honolulu Holds Change-of …

Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Honolulu Holds Change-of ...HONOLULU Lt. Cmdr. Todd Wimmer relieved Lt. Cmdr. Clay McKinney as commanding officer of the Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit in Honolulu during a change of command ceremony Friday.

The change of command is a time-honored tradition aboard ships and shore commands. It represents a total transfer of responsibility, authority and accountability from one individual to another. The core of the event is the formal passing of command in the presence of the entire crew, leaving no doubt as to who has assumed the mantle of authority. CEU Honolulu was established in 1990 having evolved from Maintenance and Logistics Command Pacific Shore Maintenance Detachment. As commanding officer of CEU Honolulu he is responsible for field execution of the Coast Guard Civili Engineering and Environmental Programs including all project planning, design, construction, and contracting in support of operations and shore infrastructure in the Coast Guard s 14 District. Wimmer is a 2002 graduate of the Coast Guard Academy with a bachelor s in civil engineering and served in various positions aboard ship and at shore facilities. He is a civil engineer and holds a Master s Degree in civil engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and is a licensed Professional Civil Engineer registered with the State of Alaska. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional under the U.S. Green Building Council.

McKinney will continue his Coast Guard career in Washington D.C. and will be joining Vice President Joe Biden s staff. He has served in the Coast Guard since his graduation from the Coast Guard Academy in 2003. While in command of CEU Honolulu the unit was honored with the 2014 Cowart Award as the Coast Guard s best civil engineering organization.

USPS' Upcoming Price Change – Are Prices Really …

Adam Lewenberg, the President of Postal Advocate Inc., has recently posted an article about the anticipated changes in USPS postage rates and how it can affect mailing vendors budgets. For the first time in almost a century, USPS rates are going down on April 10, 2016. An average savings of 4.1% is projected. Some mailing vendors have already started implementing the new rates to ensure systems compliance. USPS is supposed to align their rates with the Consumer Price Index (which today is in the 0-2% range) however the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) has required USPS to reverse the 4.3% exigent surcharge they had approved last January 2014 because USPS is expected to collect the $4.6 billion cap on additional funds by this April. Once this benchmark is reached, the surcharge will be lifted and customers will be saving.

Mail Classes Rate Change and Expected Savings

  • First Class Mail For retail, stamp rates will go down by $.02 for letters, $.04 for flats and $.09 for parcels. Savings is expected to be 4% for every weight break. And for a medium volume mailer using a presort service, the new rate will be $.013 per piece.
  • Standard Mail The expected savings will be between 2.4 6.1%, which mailers can use to send out higher volumes that can bring in more sales.
  • Special Services Savings of 0-4.1%. The price of Certified Mail with Return Receipt will now be $6.47 compared to $6.74 for a one ounce letter.

The USPS postal rate change is an advantage for the millions of mailers who will see savings instead of increases for the first time in their lives a change for the better that will surely be remembered!

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