CARIBBEAN FREIGHT HANDLERS with a global reach,
we deliver your goods through multi-modal transportation (sea, air, road or rail).
Less than a container load and full container load.
Airfreight and Ocean consolidator, Shipping agent, Freight forwarder, Nvocc and Groupage specialist.
Weekly LCL ocean freight and consolidated FCL to meet our customer’s needs. World’s premier LCL providers – United Sates, Central and South America, Africa, Europe, Far East, the Mediterranean, Middle East and Oceania.Read More
Flat racks, 20 foot, 40 foot, 45 foot containers and open tops. FCL Advantages: Diverse services from major ports of the world, Shorter transit time, Transparent quotations and standard destination charges, Choice of service options, Competitive freight rates.Read More
Worldwide network of airfreight agents with representation in all the major airports and handle all types of cargo. Exclusive agent for Air Menzies International (AMI), a global neutral airfreight consolidator that is growing to become the world largest airfreight forwarder.Read More
High quality Road, Rail and Sea service throughout North America. With a highly qualified team and deep knowledge of international transport, our work begins when we analyze and choose the best logistic option for each shipment.Read More
First-class Air, Sea and Ground handling backed by our global network offices, we offer to transport your cargo in the most cost-effective manner with CFS station at Free Trade Zones/ SEZ, which are custom bonded warehouse.Read More
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A full service organization handling cargo by sea and air from anywhere in the world to Jamaica. Our service routes are North America, South America, Asia and Europe.
Shipments containing WPM that violate the rule may be allowed entry only if the Plant Quarantine Branch determines that it is feasible to separate the cargo from the non-compliant WPM. An arrangement to have the non-compliant WPM treated is required before the cargo can be released to the consignee.Read More
Over the past two years, a wave of market consolidation has transformed the global container shipping industry, leading to mergers and acquisitions between container lines, a reshuffling of shipping alliances and the expansion of shipping companies into port operations.Read More
In 2007, the E-transaction Act came into effect, providing the legal framework for secured electronic commerce. Since then, e-commerce has grown in significance, with a growing number of businesses (particularly utilities) offering the option to pay bills online or via credit card using a telephone.Read More
Online load boards; cloud-based freight marketplaces; connected containers; online customs processing. Innovation is spreading like wildfire upon the logistics world, promising to disrupt the freight forwarding process like never before.Read More