CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining Names Hanson Head of M&A Committee

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Steven Hanson will be responsible for chairing the Mergers and Aquisitions committee for the newly merged organization

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Steve Hanson's deep experience starting and operating fast growing companies will certainly assist us in planning our own growth.

CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining named Steven Hanson head of the M&A committee.

This new position comes as the result of the merger and reorganization of trade compliance companies CUSTOMS Info, LLC and Global Data Mining, LLC. Hanson will be responsible for chairing the Mergers and Acquisition committee for the newly merged CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining organization.

Hanson brings with him 27 years of entrepreneurial and private business experience. He has served as Director of many national trade associations and closely held companies. He has been involved with CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining for the past 8 years first as an investor, and eventually as an advisor.

Customs Info Global Data Mining is now one of the largest providers of duty, tax and regulatory information for Global Trade Management Applications and international eCommerce companies in the United States. CI has continues to show double digit growth annually since 2004.

Ron Lackey, CEO of CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining said, “Steve Hanson's deep experience starting and operating fast growing companies will certainly assist us in planning our own growth.”

CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining help businesses optimize global trade management (GTM) systems and streamline global trade compliance automation. We provide the world’s most comprehensive trade data repository delivered via web-based subscription, API web services or as data to populate any GTM or Landed Cost application. We are the largest provider of duty and tax content for international e-commerce with hundreds of e-commerce sites utilizing our data to provide accurate landed cost information. Our data and services provide faster deliveries and fewer border delays. We help multi-national companies increase the informational value of trade data and the productivity of global trade staff to reduce operating costs, improve customs compliance, accelerate supply chain speed and maximize the return on investment of this corporate function. Areas of expertise include customs classification research, customs auditing and trade data analytics/business intelligence.

Working in conjunction with GTM applications, our strategic partners include SAP, Oracle, MIC and other trade software partners. Please visit http://www.customsinfo.com for more information.

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