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IAM's DAB Hour: What are the DoD rules that govern international shipments that DABs should know?

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Contributors

  • Daniel Bradley

    Director | Government & Military Relations
    International Association of Movers
    Dan Bradley joined the International Association of Movers (IAM) in June, 2018 as their Director, Government & Military Relations. In this role, he serves as the primary contact between the Association and its membership with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and other U.S. federal agencies with whom the IAM Membership conducts business, and which have enforcement and regulatory authority over the moving, forwarding and relocation industries.

    Bradley is a former DoD logistician with a broad background in domestic and international transportation operations, including operational level transportation movements and command headquarters policy, guidance, and oversight of freight, personal property, and unit deployment functions. He spent eight years at the Surface Deployment & Distribution Command (SDDC) as a Department of the Army Civilian filling multiple positions.

    Key to his new role at IAM, Bradley also served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Personal Property (SDDC), where he was responsible for DoD’s Personal Property Program. There, he led 90 personnel in over 12 geographically separated locations to manage the movement of household goods and privately-owned vehicle shipments worldwide.

    Bradley retired from the US Air Force in 2010 after 20 years of active duty as a Transportation and Logistics Readiness Officer.

  • Michael Gonzalez

    Michael Gonzalez has been with Denali Group since 2004 and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer. The company has agencies in Anchorage/Fairbanks and Seattle that handle DOD, national accounts, COD and O&I. Denali Group also operates as a forwarder primarily focusing on military DOD business domestically and internationally. Michael is currently serving as Vice Chair on Independent Movers MSC, Board of Director MSC, and Member at Large on the Alaska Movers Association. He also serves as a member of the IAM Government Traffic Committee, IAM US-DAB Taskforce, National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) and Government Traffic MSC.

  • Jake Pieroni

    Jake Pieroni is the owner and President of Central Van Lines, a freight forwarder specializing in the international movement of military household goods and unaccompanied baggage in the US military's Defense Personal Property Program (DP3). Central Van Lines is headquartered in Torrance, CA with a total of 10 local and remote employees in California, Indiana, and North Carolina. Jake exited a career in electrical engineering at Raytheon in 2005 to take an opportunity in the international relocation industry, eventually leading to his acquisition of Central Van Lines in 2015, growing it to a leading DP3 Transportation Service Provider. Jake is also a sophomore IAM Board Member, serving since 2019, and he currently chairs the Technology and Communications Committee.

  • Donald Klein

    Donald Klein is the President of Allstates Worldwide Movers, Inc. a household goods freight forwarder. While a college student, he started in the industry, 1965 -66, working summers for Burnham World Forwarders, an international freight forwarder, as a documentation clerk. Then, for last two years of college, he worked for Richardson Transfer & Storage, Salina, KS in their Safety & Compliance department.

    In 1968, after college was a teacher for the New York City Board of Education for four years at which time he was selected to be the school’s union delegate. During the summers, nights and weekends, he worked for the family business, Allstates Van Lines Corp. As such, he learned many different phases of the moving and storage business. Main function was serving primarily as a back up estimator and preparing required reports for the Interstate Commerce Commission, who regulated the moving industry.
    In 1972, he went to work for full time for Allstates Worldwide Movers, Inc., and was eventually promoted to Vice President. During that time, he became very active in the Household Goods Forwarders Association of America, Inc. which is now IAM. He served as a Board member for six years and represented industry in negotiations with the military setting policy in different areas. Always was an advocate for the small forwarder and tried to protect their interests whenever new policies came down. In 2008, was inducted into the IAM Hall of Honor’s first class of sixteen inductees; five of which were alive at the time; a truly humbling honor.

    In 1985, he also became president of Allstates Transfer & Storage, Inc. a domestic 48 state van lines, operating thirty trucks operating around the United States. That company was primarily a large COD mover out of the NYC metropolitan area; but, it was also a local DPM contractor at Ft. Hamilton; represented over twenty five TSPs for origin and destination work, did local and corporate moving as well.

    From 1996 to 2014 was also president of White Glove Transportation, Inc., a fine furniture warehouse distribution company, operating six warehouses in the NYC metropolitan area, serving the designer and decorator industry doing work for the “rich and famous people”.

    Current focus is just on the international military business. In my 56 years in the industry, I have seen many changes and hope to continue to be able to help this industry grow and prosper as we are faced with many new challenges.

April 21, 2021
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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