Transporting gold is a lucrative business.
The value of the metal has soared in recent years, from about $1.5 to $2.4 an ounce in 2014 to about $20 in 2016.
But the number of companies in the business has plummeted.
Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation says, there are just three companies that transport gold to the United States, all of them based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
But these three are growing.
The company behind the new gold transport, TMX Transport, recently announced a $30 million deal to import the metal from the United Kingdom.
It will then be sent to its facility in South Carolina, where it will be stored until it’s ready to move out.
This new transport will be one of three new gold transports to be launched this year by TMX, and the third to be licensed by the federal government.
TMX says the new transports will allow the company to provide the U,S.
with a gold bullion alternative that is more secure, more environmentally friendly and more environmentally efficient than other methods of transportation.
TM X has been making its first gold imports from the U-K since at least 2007.
TM-Transport says the company is currently shipping approximately 20 tons of gold daily from the Isle of Man to the port of Plymouth, where the U will ship it.
The gold will be loaded into a container that will be transported from the port to the facility where it is transported, TM-transport said in a statement.
The new imports will allow TMX to supply the U with a global alternative to gold bullions, and they will allow them to continue to sell gold bullors that TMX has previously produced, the company said.
TM Transports began importing gold from the island of Ukraine in 2009, but the island was not allowed to import gold into the United State for at least three years.
TMTransport is an American company that owns three other gold import terminals in the U.-K.
TM transports is also the only major U.K.-based company that is licensed to ship gold to North America.
The two other major U-k.
gold import terminal companies, Transports International and TGV Gold, are not licensed to import or export gold.
TM and TM- Transport have been involved in shipping gold since at-the-sea operations for more than a decade.
They are licensed to transport gold through the U -K, which is not the same as being in the United Nations or having a passport or visa.