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International shipping for goods, whether breakbulk or containers, is a complex and ever-changing field. As freight forwarders, we make it our business to become specialists in our chosen fields and pass this expertise onto our clients.
This article discusses why freight forwarders are a good option to use for shipping dangerous goods, how they help and what type of things they do.
A freight forwarder is there to help you with all of the documentation that needs to be filled out and what documentation must be obtained. We show you what information you need for every stage of shipping cargo internationally.
Trusted logistics providers save time and money by supporting different business needs. They offer a range of benefits, from saved time to cost-effective services that help your business grow.
Freight brokers and freight forwarders are two agents that can help you take care of the freighting process. But what’s the difference between them? We’ll go into detail about this in our blog.
The legal ownership of your goods as they move across different countries changes. In order to know who is responsible for the goods, it is important to understand when they have ownership.
Why is the sea freight industry still struggling with demand? The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an increase in demand, and increased prices aren’t helping.
The shipping industry is changing. It’s incorporating technology and digitalising its operations due to the market’s demand for efficiency, safety, and timeliness. Read more about how this sector has changed in order to compete on this blog post.
Freight forwarders act as the middle party and are responsible for arranging for goods to be moved both nationally and internationally. To find a good freight forwarding company, ask these five questions before signing up.