Why ICAT World Class Logistics Services
We live to collaborate. We'll meet your supply chain needs
and make sure you're informed each step of the way.
Our commitment to customer experience means both industry know-how and genuine concern for you. We care proud to be known for our devoted team—the kind of caring people who will rally around you and your business needs, every time.
There is no such thing as "cookie cutter" options at ICAT. Our solutions are customized and tailored for each individual customer and their specific logistics needs and business goals.
With highly personal relationships in place around the world and decades of experience in the international shipping industry, our team is trained to go the extra mile at every mile.
Our people are the backbone of this company. We have created a culture based on learning and transparency, and believe that each individual employee has the power and tools to provide an amazing experience to all those we touch.
Failure to deliver your important materials on time is simply not an option. Wherever your assets need to be, we will get them there through our vast network of vendors and global agents.
Our people have the experience and background to deliver the most suitable options for our customers. We specifically position each employee in their roles to maximize results.
Blog Latest Industry Insights
Keeping you updated on key industry updates and changes is crucial
to the success of your business. Stay updated with the latest news that
could potentially impact your company's supply chain or bottom line.
What a No-Deal Brexit Would Look Like
There are fewer than three weeks until the UK leaves the EU’s single market and customs union on December 31, when the current transition period
Brexit: Separation Agreement at Risk
The British Parliament is currently considering passage of “The Internal Market Bill,” which creates powers to override part of the withdrawal treaty signed with the
U.S. Customs to Eliminate Low-Value Exemptions for Imports
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is preparing a regulatory change that would eliminate the $800 de minimis exemption for imports subject to Section 301
U.S. Trade Relations with China Today
The United States is using a multi-tiered approach to address unfair economic practices by China, including punitive duties on import products and restrictions on U.S.
FEMA Updates the PPE Export Ban
On April 10, 2020, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) published a directive halting the export of five types of personal protective equipment (PPE) from
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Actions speak louder than words. We can claim to be different
all day, but nothing proves it more than our case studies that
showcase the outstanding results we've provided our clients.
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