GT USA Partners With Cocoa Beach Chamber Of Commerce, Will Be A New Trustee
By Space Coast Daily // October 13, 2016
Chamber partners with more than 1,500 businesses
ABOVE VIDEO: GT USA is investing $100 million in Canaveral Cargo Terminal’s (CCT) new state-of-the-art container terminal, infrastructure, equipment and people. CCT is the only dedicated container terminal at Port Canaveral.
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – GT USA, operators of Canaveral Cargo Terminal, is pleased to announce its partnership with the Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce as a new trustee of The Chamber.
“As active members of the community, GT USA is proud to support The Chamber and to work with its leadership to develop and enhance business success in the region,” said Peter Richards, CEO of GT USA.
“We chose to make Florida, specifically Port Canaveral, our home in the United States because we believe strongly in the future of Central Florida as a hub for trade.
We are dedicated to making a positive impact on the local economy and serving as good neighbors.”
The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice of business, focused on enhancing the quality of life in the community and acting as a catalyst for business success and job growth.
The Chamber partners with more than 1,500 businesses in the area.
The Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber CEO Jennifer Sugarman welcomed GT USA as a trustee partner and acknowledged Joe Cruise, GT USA commercial manager, at the Chamber’s recent New Partner Welcome Orientation event.
The Canaveral Cargo Terminal, developed on 20 acres with two berths and two gantry cranes to serve large vessels, is the only dedicated cargo container terminal at Port Canaveral.
GT USA recently expanded its supply chain capabilities with the addition of more than 40,000 square feet of covered storage now available at the Marlin Street Warehouse at the port.
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