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Why Moving Freight Around Guam Is Different Than Anywhere Else

As 15,000 Instagram posts with the hashtag #OnlyonGuam suggest, there are plenty of things unique to the island. As our Tamuning-based team will tell you, this idea extends to many aspects of what we do at DeWitt Guam, including moving freight around the island. To give you a few examples of how moving freight around Guam might be a little different than in other destinations, we’ve put together a quick list for you. Whether you’re interested in Guam trucking—or you simply want to deepen your understanding of how logistics on Guam work—we’ll walk you through a couple of the challenges we encounter, as well as […]

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Stay Prepared During Typhoon Season by Understanding Guam’s Conditions of Readiness

Two factors make it important for Guam residents to keep themselves in a constant state of readiness where tropical cyclones are concerned: Tropical storms and typhoons can affect Guam any time of year, although they’re most likely from late June through December. In the days just before a storm is likely to hit, supplies can get low quickly, so if you keep your emergency store stocked throughout the year, you’re more likely to have what you need, when you need it. Your best tool for staying informed and prepared when it comes to storms are Guam’s Conditions of Readiness, which you will hear referred to […]

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A Closer Look at Guam’s Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) System

On April 30, 2020, Guam adopted the Pandemic Condition of Readiness (PCOR) system. This four-tiered approach, set out in the Guam Recovery Panel of Advisors’ Chalan Para Hinemlo plan, establishes the criteria for the lifting of mandates and restrictions imposed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the PCOR system may be new, the concept is not. In establishing the PCOR, the government of Guam adapted the familiar four-level approach of the Typhoon Condition of Readiness (TCOR) system for preparing for the arrival of a tropical storm or typhoon. Ultimately, the PCOR system and the accompanying Chalan Para Hinemlo (“Road to Recovery”) plan, has four […]

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The 3 Approaches to Executing Successful FF&E Projects—and the Pros and Cons of Each

When you’re looking to refresh your space with a new set of furniture, furnishings or equipment, one of the first things you’ll likely consider is how much help you’ll need. Will this be a project that you can handle with your in-house team, or will you need to outsource this project to an entirely different team? Most of the clients we work with—which have included retail stores, military bases, hotels, restaurants and more—take one of three approaches to their FF&E projects. To help you decide which one is right for your next FF&E project, we’ll walk you through all three. By investigating all the potential […]

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