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LatCham leads Baltic delegation to Port of Baltimore
May 13, 2009
By Gustav Plato
LatCham, is leading a delegation of Baltic companies to the Port of Baltimore, Maryland.  As part of the Supply Chain Venture Forum, Baltic companies including ports, rail, shipping, logistics, warehousing, and technology companies are heading to Baltimore today to learn more about entering the US market and to meet with Maryland based companies.

Today's visits are scheduled to include the following presentations:

  • Robert Walker, Managing Director, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED)

  • James White, Executive Director, Maryland Port Administration (TBC)

  • Arturs Bergholcs, Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia

  • Gustav Plato, President, Latvian Chamber of Commerce in the Americas

  • Signe Pringle, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED)

  • Philip Holden, Raytheon Company

Following the presentations, the Baltic companies are heading off to a
tour of the Port of Baltimore and this will be followed by meetings
with Maryland based companies.

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