Welcome to the 14th episode with our friend Steve Rothberg of Mercator International. He and I had a fascinating discussion about global infrastructure, both in the U.S. and abroad. We talked about ships and ports, railroads, and inland waterways. What didn't we cover? And maybe the conversation got a tiny bit wonky at times, but that's what makes this episode so compelling.
Steve is a partner with Mercator International LLC and joined us from Kirkland, Washington. Mercator is a management consulting firm specializing in freight, logistics, and infrastructure. Steve shared stories from a diverse portfolio of projects with which he has been involved.
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Halleluiah, we're back! And so happy to have you join us for this 13th episode. It took a little time for us to regroup, but we have a great discussion for you today. Brothers Sam Desai and Chait Desai took some time from their busy schedules to speak about their metals trading business.
RM Metals, a family business that has been around since 1986, specializes in exports of stainless steel and metal scrap all over the world. Sam and Chait describe a tumultuous time for trading these essential commodities. As they work with markets all over the globe, you can imagine the colorful stories they were able to share with us.
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We'd love to get a conversation going here about this episode as well as more general discussions about exporting. This is an important time for the export community to share what is happening in their sectors and how each of us is dealing with one of the most consequential health and economic events of our lifetime!
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