CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining Acquires New Office Space in Ogden, UT

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Inside sales and administrative services staff will occupy the new office inside the historic AmeriCan Building.

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Our new space gives us room to grow and the ability to host larger customer meetings. It will also serve as a central meeting place for our remote employees. We are pleased to be in such a unique historical building.

CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining, one of the largest providers of duty, tax and regulatory information for Global Trade Management Applications and international eCommerce, continues to expand its operations by opening a new office in Ogden, UT. The new office is in the landmark AmeriCan Building in downtown Ogden.

Opened in 1915, the American Can factory eventually expanded to include seven buildings and was a vital force in Ogden's manufacturing economy until its closure in 1979. Rechristened the AmeriCan Center in 2007, the modernized and seismically retrofitted buildings began to house businesses including Amer Sport Corp., the Ogden Front, and Cross Fit Ogden.

Ron Lackey, CEO of CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining, said, "Our new space gives us room to grow and the ability to host larger customer meetings. It will also serve as a central meeting place for our remote employees. We are pleased to be in such a unique historical building."

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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