TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Livingston International, an international trade compliance and customs broker company, announced the launch of its new brand positioning to reflect its expertise and continued commitment to simplify trade for its clients. The company also premiered a new website, www.livingstonintl.com, which has been completely refreshed to support its new positioning.
“Livingston provides clarity in a world of trade complexity, so business can grow further, faster and smarter. Our industry is very complex and continues to change, but our expertise, solutions and the excellent service we provide continue to simplify that for our clients,” said Livingston Global Sales and Marketing SVP John LaMancuso. “We make our clients feel secure that details of their importing and exporting activities are taken care of, giving them the freedom and confidence to grow their business. Our new brand position and website demonstrate what we do - simplify trade.”
Anticipated confirmation of several major free-trade agreements, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership, will have a tremendous impact on international trade and give Canadian and U.S. exporters better access to global markets. By staying up–to-date on new trade agreements and regulations and working with a partner like Livingston to simplify their processes, companies can take advantage of these new markets and opportunities.
“Businesses today experience growing pressures from local, regional and global competitors. They are looking for partners that can help them maneuver quickly, adapt to change and simplify the complexity of new markets,” LaMancuso said.
Livingston’s global headquarters is in Toronto. The company opened its U.S. headquarters in Chicago in 2015 to support its continued growth into the U.S. market. Earlier this year, Livingston announced the restructuring of its Global Trade Management division to ensure clients have access to the services, technology and training that will help them compete in the global market.
Livingston International focuses on customs brokerage and trade compliance, offering international trade consulting, global trade management and freight forwarding. It provides clarity in a world of trade complexity, so business can grow further, faster and smarter. Livingston employs over 3,200 staff at 125 key border points, sea ports, airports and other strategic locations across North America, Europe and Asia. www.livingstonintl.com