New York, NY, March 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- TransGuardian CEO, Jim Moseley, COO, Madlene Moseley, and New York staff Tito Gomez, Paul Freedman, and Lou Rohde, presented innovations in distribution to the New York Jewelry Group at Manhattan’s Cornell Club.
“It’s time to rethink insured shipping,” said Jim Moseley. “We have just come from the National Postal Forum in Washington, DC, and the new technologies and services offered by the US Postal Service, along with the insurance program TransGuardian delivers through Wells Fargo Insurance, offer paradigm-shifting advantages to the diamond and jewelry industry. With online sales representing the strongest growth in this market nationwide, every company that aims to retain and enhance ROI must seize these exciting new trends. By 2015, insured logistics will be totally transformed – and TransGuardian’s’ software and insurance gives you access to those tremendous advantages today.”
“I learned that Priority Mail is a vital part of the logistics picture in this industry,” said Mr. Hidehiro Matsui of Matsui Pearl Corporation. “Our jewelers block policies won’t cover this service, but TransGuardian will. If we ship on Thursday, our retail jewelry store buyer receives it on Saturday – at a fraction of the cost of FedEx Saturday delivery. I ship heavy parcels, so the flat rate Priority boxes are also a great savings. And these services are all accountable and trackable through TransGuardian’s software. This is the kind of initiative that brings new ROI to our industry.”
“The group really enjoyed TransGuardian’s presentation,” said Joe Menzie, organizer of the event, and principal at New York’s Joseph M. Menzie, Inc. “TransGuardian is right on target with the concepts they are pioneering. I appreciate their participation in our group.”
“TransGuardian’s service offerings have delivered significant savings and service enhancements to us and our clientele,” said Angelo Palmieri, President of New York’s GCal and Gemprint.