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Sweden and International Trade

By Paul Garrimone In recent years, international trade has seen record numbers.  In 2016, the total U.S. trade with foreign countries totaled $4.9 trillion – a little over half of that was imports, and, the remainder in exports.  The U.S. and the European Union have continually remained in the top three countries in the world regarding […]

How to Transport a Dinosaur in Two Simple Steps — and 60 Million Years

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs trekked the globe in search of survival, and humans wouldn’t have stood a chance in their environment. In modern times, humans trek the globe in search of evidence of dinosaurs’ eventual demise in the form of fossils and other paleontological pursuits. When it’s time to get fossils from one place […]

CAP WORLDWIDE, INC. RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL AWARD FOR EXPORT SERVICE

On May 16, 2016, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker presented CAP Worldwide with the President’s “E” Award for Export Service at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.  The President’s “E” Award is the highest recognition any U.S. entity can receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports. CAP Worldwide is an […]

43rd Annual World Trade Day

We are excited to partner with the World Trade Center Denver as it hosts the 43rd annual World Trade Day on May 19, 2016 at Infinity Park in Glendale, CO. This year’s theme is “Exploring Your Trans-Pacific Partners.” Event highlights include the opportunity to interact with people from the 11 partner countries, visit country pavilions, listen to […]

Greenhouse Delivery Donation Supports Veterans

Through its nationwide network, CAP Logistics learned about a great way to connect customers while supporting veteran workforce education and domestic agriculture. CAP Logistics recently donated a customized transportation solution to the Growing Veterans program, transporting a greenhouse from its manufacturer in Minnesota to a Washington State farm where military veterans are growing more than […]

Comments Needed by April 8 for Dry Fork Mine

The Dry Fork Mine is in the process of conducting an Environmental Assessment (EA) to add leased, permitted federal coal to its mine plan. The scoping period for the EA has begun. Information about the project can be found at: http://www.wrcc.osmre.gov/initiatives/dryForkMineA2.shtm Anything you could do to help us get the word out and comments on […]

CAP Worldwide moves over 400 tons of freight to 68+ countries

CAP Worldwide, a member of the Colorado Business Roundtable, moved massive amounts of freight to over 68 countries worldwide during the Tucson Gem, Mineral and Fossil Showcase Jan. 30 through Feb. 14, 2016. In 1955, a group of mineral collectors and rock hounds from the Tucson Gem & Mineral Society held a free exhibition, open to […]

Broncos Win Super Bowl 50 – CAP Ships the Victory Gear

Congratulations to all the Denver Broncos and all the Broncos fans out there! Winning Super Bowl 50 is a major achievement, and we will certainly be celebrating here at CAP Logistics in Denver, Colorado. Before the celebrating though, CAP had one more call to field at the end of the game. Once again, the official supplier […]

Denver Transportation Club Awards CAP Logistics

This week, The Denver Transportation Club hosted the 35th annual Operation Stimulus Conference. During the event, CAP Logistics and its founder, Gayle Dendinger, were honored with the prestigious Eagle Award. The award, which weighs over 150 pounds, was created in 1993 and is presented to a company that exemplifies excellence in transportation services, supports logistics education, and participates […]

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