PCC


The Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers & 
Freight Forwarders Associations, Inc.
 
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Innovative Trade Solutions for the 21st Century!
Navigating the Trade Winds for Success.
 
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Learn: Improve your business and your career with workshops, panels, roundtable discussions and town hall meetings on timely topics. Stay informed about the latest industry issues and trends.
 
Participate and Communicate: Support your industry and let your voice be heard by US regulators and legislators on issues that affect your business. Volunteer for a Pacifc Coast Council or WESCCON committee. Find out how you can make a difference.
 
Network: WESCCON offers the best opportunity to meet people in the global logistics industry. Whether by attending or exhibiting, by finding contacts in the Directory of Registrants, or promoting your name as a sponsor, participation in WESCCON gives you the contacts you need. As we often hear from our WESCCON participants, there is no other conference in this industry that offers the educational, networking and social programs for such a reasonable registration fee.
 

PCC Is made up by all broker/forwarder members of the San Diego, Los Angeles, Northern California, Columbia River and Washington State brokers & forwarders associations.
The Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Assns. Inc. (PCC) was established to further the interests of Pacific Coast freight forwarders and customs brokers, their customers, U.S. exporters and importers, and the entire international trade community. 

It is the primary goal of the PCC to foster the unimpeded flow of international trade along the U.S. Pacific Coast, and to assure the productive participation of forwarders and brokers.
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