The logistics specialists have been at the forefront of the expansion of global logistics and have been instrumental in many of the major expansions of maritime services for the past decade.
LSI has been working to expand the reach of its fleet and is focused on expanding its footprint in the United States and internationally.
Lipsey is also looking to add more international personnel in order to provide more support to its international operations, which is critical to its long-term growth.
In the next six months, the company plans to expand its fleet from two to seven vessels, adding more than 30 new jobs and boosting its revenue by $1 billion to $5.6 billion.
The company will also add about 100 employees and hire 20 more people this year.
“Our international operations are growing rapidly and we’re confident that we’ll be able to continue our growth in the coming years,” Lipsey Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Lipsey said in a statement.
When asked about his company’s growth plans, Lipsey CEO and co-founder Steve Pare told ESPN that it was “extremely challenging” to see “only half” of its current workforce leave in the next year.
“There’s a lot of people that are leaving,” he said.
Pare, who is also a member of the board of directors for the National Fishery Management Council, said that the company was in a position to continue its expansion, but that “we have to be smarter” with its future growth strategy.
He said that “our global footprint will continue to grow, but we have to think differently about how we do that.”
Lipssey has been hiring people in areas of the world that have a large number of fishing vessels and fishing boats that have been built around a single ship.
Last year, the US Navy expanded its fleet by 10 percent, from 6 to 10 vessels, bringing the total number of vessels in the fleet up to a total of more than 100 vessels.
With the increased presence, the Navy will also be able better integrate the US fleet with other countries, and to allow more flexibility in how it operates.
Paring said that his company was also looking at expanding into other regions and expanding its capacity in the Middle East and Africa.
However, Pare said that it would not be an easy decision for Lipseys management.
At the end of the day, “we’re going to be making those decisions,” he added.
During the same interview, Pared said that he was “looking at a couple of different ways” to continue the expansion plan, including adding more staff in other roles within the company, which would allow Lipsey to have more flexibility for future expansions.
As the US marine industry continues to expand, it’s important to consider the future of the company and the company’s plans.