If something important is happening that affects trade anywhere in the world, clients of Universal Logistics read about it in one of two ways:
"A lot of things can influence the transit of imports and exports," said Mark Glionna, Vice President – Client Relations & Business Development. "It could be a weather event, a labour interruption, new government legislation, a terrorist act or something else unexpected. Whatever it is, we are committed to getting the news to our clients as soon as possible."
Tip #50 – Save on smaller shipments by consolidating courier-type orders and using distribution hubs
Instead of sending multiple international courier packages on a daily basis, consolidate weekly and ship by the pallet to a distribution warehouse.