Owner Mark Lipschitz participates in Maryland World Trade Conference
NINA Company owner Mark Lipschitz was invited to participate in a trade roundtable at the World Trade Center in Baltimore, Maryland during a visit by Ambassador Ron Kirk, United States Trade Representative. Ambassador Kirk visited the Port of Baltimore in September 2011 to highlight the important role that exports play in economic recovery and job creation.
We're proud we were part of the discussion about the importance of international trade. The Port of Baltimore counts 120,000 jobs and the $3.6 billion in wages and salaries as part of the local impact of international trade.
Besides Mark, attendees included U.S. Representatives C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger and John P. Sarbanes, Maryland Secretary of Business and Economic Development Christian S. Johansson and Port of Baltimore Commissioner Peta Richkus.
We consistently exceed the most exacting requests - our service and attention to your international hardwood lumber needs will please you!
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Mark Lipschitz, Owner +1 410 647 8990