STOCKTON – Adam Wasserman, a partner in Global Logistics Development Partners (GLDP), will spend two days touring San Joaquin County to determine how its transportation network could be an attraction for his international clients.
Wasserman has a senior background in economic strategy, project finance, infrastructure development, ports management and legislative issues. From his 23 year career, Wasserman brings a strong knowledge about integrating transportation, global logistics, infrastructure, regional economic strategy and finance.
During Wasserman’s visit he will meet with County community and government officials involved with Community Development. Today he will tour the Port of Stockton, Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Union Pacific Railroad’s Intermodal in Lathrop as well as BNSF Railway’s Stockton Intermodal.
Following the tour, Wassermann will give a short presentation on his observations to the Business Team San Joaquin committee at the WorkNet offices in Stockton.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for San Joaquin County to be analyzed by a professional versed in location and industry trends,” noted Mike Ammann, President & CEO Of the San Joaquin Partnership.
“We are fortunate to have Adam take the time to visit with us.”
GLDP, with offices in North America and in Europe, is an investment advisory firm that specializes in matching market analytics to the development of asset value at emerging logistics and trade centers. This includes work at and near sea and inland ports, airports, transportation infrastructure and property and industrial development.