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Senior Vice President and Manager, Fulton International Group
Amy joined Fulton Bank’s International Group in 2002 following a career in the Japanese banking and trade industry. As department manager, she oversees product development, operations, FX trading, correspondent banking, sales and risk management. The International Group at Fulton is responsible for foreign exchange services, international payments, and Trade services for Fulton’s customer base.
Commercial Manager, Holt Logistics Corp.
Tom is a 4th generation manager at Holt Logistics Corp., a family owned business based that focuses on port, warehouse, and logistics operations in the Ports of Philadelphia and New Jersey. His main focus now is attracting new importers, exporters, and shipping lines to the port while also ensuring current customers receive the best in class service that the Port of Philadelphia is known for around the world.
Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs, BDP International, Inc.
Michael Ford specializes in import/export documentation and regulatory compliance. Michael has been associated with BDP for more than 40 years; is the Co-chair for Trade on the Export Committee, served with Customs as a member of COAC, is Chair of the Mid-Atlantic District Export Council, and a member of the Responsible Care Committee, American Chemistry Council. He also teaches an MBA international Logistics course at Saint Joseph’s University.
Director, U.S. Commercial Service - Philadelphia, U.S. Department of Commerce
Tony Ceballos oversees export programs in Pennsylvania and Delaware assisting exporters with strategic and operational planning to target international opportunities and overcome trade barriers. Tony also establishes partnerships to integrate the roles and program contributions of key federal and state trade agencies to assist firms to succeed globally. Tony is also Executive Secretary for the MidAtlantic District Export Council.
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