One of the trade secrets of freight forwarding is that the fastest – and most economical – shipping route for freight is often not a straight line. That is certainly the case for U.S. bound freight shipped from the United Kingdom or Europe.
A straight line takes you into busy – and expensive – U.S. ports where freight is often delayed. The better and faster route goes through Canada when you factor in the
service in Canadian ports and lower inland transportation costs. That’s right. You can ship your U.S. bound freight faster and at less cost by shipping through Canada.
Get all the details now by contacting our Manager, Transportation Consulting Services, Jaime Cruz or use our Contact Us page to request more information on our services for U.S. bound freight.