Category: Company News

Jim McShane joins the team

Export Solutions is pleased to welcome Jim McShane to our growing team of trade compliance experts. Jim will serve as a Sr. Consultant, Trade Compliance, and will be responsible for providing expert advice, consultation and services to our clients.

Growing for the future

Whether it’s the economy, unemployment, stock portfolios, the height of our children, or the expansion of our waistlines – we’re all interested in growth. At Export Solutions, we believe that the strength of our organization lies with our people, and our growth follows from that strength. With that, I’m happy to announce the addition of two excellent trade compliance specialists to our team.

Export Solutions featured in Inc. magazine story

Don Buehler, president of Export Solutions, was recently interviewed by Jeremy Quittner from Inc. magazine, as part of a story which focuses on the regulatory challenges faced by small/medium businesses who export their products and services outside of the United States. The story, titled “Know Your Customers, Or Else” also highlights one of Export Solutions’ clients – Cincinnati Thermal Spray (CTS).

Spotlight On: Joining Technologies

In this blog series, Export Solutions focuses on a different client to highlight their company history, products, services and business philosophies. This month we feature: Joining Technologies -- a 19-year-old company from East Granby, Connecticut.


Spotlight On: CTS

For more than 30 years, CTS has provided its customers with a wide range of advanced coatings and surface modification services. The company helps solve some of industry’s toughest problems related to wear, corrosion, erosion, abrasion and thermal conductivity.

Two New Members of the Team

We recently welcomed two new members to our team. Say “hello” to Marci Gentry and David Walloch! Marci brings more than 14 years of trade compliance expertise from a variety of Fortune 500 companies. David is a seasoned sales professional who will lead all of our Sales/Marketing efforts going forward.