When it comes to shipping your products worldwide, confidence is necessary when selecting your logistics partner.
Whether you’re importing products from China or exporting goods out of the United States, ICAT Logistics will manage all aspects of your cargo from packing and crating to proper documentation and successful clearance. Working with an inexperienced logistics provider can result in supply chain bottlenecks and have damaging consequences on your business.
Our international customer service team members possess a broad understanding of what ocean, air, and ground transportation entails and will construct a plan that is equipped to handle your global shipping needs. We work diligently around the clock to ensure all your import and export activities are handled with efficiency, accuracy, and tenacity.
We assist by providing:
- Ocean import and export
- Air import and export
- Customs clearance and brokerage at any global airport/seaport
- Ground distribution from any port
- Warehousing and storage solutions
- Transborder services
- Remote location filing (RLF)
- Cargo inspection and U.S. labeling
- Packing, re-packing, and crating services
- Over-dimensional loads (RO/RO)
- Purchase order (PO) management
- International document preparation
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