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Preparing your business and your clients for 2017 Hurricane Season

WTDC has added over 100,000 sq. ft. of bulk storage that is ideal for hurricane preparedness cargo. Hurricane Season begins June 1st and experts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predict that this Hurricane Season will be “Above Normal” suggesting that we will have more named storms and a greater chance for intense storms.


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WTDC has been providing Hurricane Season Logistics for many years.  We have containers of Generators currently in our Warehouse for storage in the event of a Hurricane hitting somewhere near South Florida, the Caribbean and/or Central America. WTDC also has a Operations Plan in the event a Hurricane is approaching...  Do You?


Just reach out to us at info@wtdc.com or 305-594-7484 for more information

Useful tips to Protect Your Business

The Florida Division of Emergency Management states that over 40% of businesses that close due to hurricanes never reopen. This official government site offers useful tips on how to protect your business and assistance resources:


www.ready.gov/business

Disaster Supplies Kit

Hurricanes and floods can call for evacuations and seriously disrupt basic utilities, causing shortages at the gas pump grocery store. Be prepared for any emergency by assembling a disaster kit with items like water, flashlights, canned food, and blankets. Click below for a full list:


www.ready.gov/kit

Companies ready inventory for busy Hurricane Season

In Miami, businesses are preparing for the 2017 Hurricane season by stockpiling inventories for a quick response. “Miami has always been the hub for emergency response, we have already received shipping containers with hundreds of generators, prepositioned for quick deployment to distributors,” said Gazitúa.


“We are working with our customers to develop contingency plans in case of any emergency. Our headquarters warehouse in Doral has the storage capacity and receiving docks needed to the handle the demands of deploying disaster relief for NGOs and private businesses.”

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