Family Customs

By Eric Johnson | Saturday, August 22, 2015 Iconic Baltimore customs broker and logistics services company Shapiro turns 100. There’s a trite old saying that the first generation business owner builds the company, the second generation makes it a success,

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Don’t Underestimate the Little Guys

By Chris Gillis |Saturday, August 22, 2015 There’s been a lot of attention in the news these days about how large logistics services providers are buying up similarly large to midsized counterparts to add to their portfolios. Check out the

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Shapiro Selects Brian Baker as the 2015 Recipient of its Annual Student Scholarship

Shapiro’s Educational Committee announced the winner of their annual student scholarship program. The scholarship, open to all Shapiro employees’ children, is granted after a rigorous evaluation process comprised of academic achievement records, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement and

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Woman-Owned Customhouse Broker and Freight Forwarder Turns 100

  Shapiro, a leader in global transportation and regulatory compliance, celebrated its 100th year of serving the logistics community with customers, vendors, employees, and family and friends by hosting a series of events including an evening gala at the Baltimore Museum of Industry;

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Shapiro Firm Celebrating 100 Years as Baltimore Customs Broker Leader

The company’s Aug. 12-13 “celebration of 100 years of innovation, heart, results and fun” is to include tours of the firm’s new headquarters, an evening event at the Baltimore Museum of Industry and a logistics and supply chain panel discussion featuring more than a dozen industry experts, concluding with the Propeller Club of Baltimore’s annual crab feast.

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