DSC Dredge Receives Export Achievement Award
RESERVE, LA – DSC Dredge, LLC, based in Reserve, LA, was awarded the inaugural Gulf Coast Trade Alliance Export Achievement Award for Louisiana on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, during the 15th Annual Gulf Coast Trade Alliance World Trade Conference in Point Clear, AL.
During the 2-day conference DSC Dredge Director of International Sales Charles Sinunu participated in 2 panels, “Getting Started in Africa – What You’ll Need to Know,” and “Mitigating Business Risk in Africa.”
Sinunu talked about the challenges of entering the African market including corruption, regulation, bureaucracy and lack of infrastructure and local resources.
“The Gulf Coast Trade Alliance acknowledges (DSC’s) dedication and ability to advance international trade and contribute significantly to increasing Gulf Coast exports,” said Christina Stimpson, Director, International Trade, for the Mobile (Alabama) Area Chamber of Commerce.
The company was nominated for the award by Brittany Banta, the commercial officer for the New Orleans U.S. Export Assistance Center.
DSC Dredge, LLC, advances the engineering, automation, manufacturing and quality of cutter suction, clamshell and underwater pump mining dredges.
The company operates from three major manufacturing facilities located in Reserve, LA, Poplarville, MS, and Greenbush, MI.
DSC Dredge Participates in World Trade Conference
DSC Dredge Director of International Sales Charles Sinunu (center) participated in a panel discussion on entering the African market during the 15th Annual Gulf Coast Trade Alliance World Trade Conference, April 21 and 22 in Point Clear, Alabama.