RELIABILITY, AFFORDABILITY, TIMELY, SIMPLICITY

 

 

We support and work with our clients throughout the whole logistics process with real live people on standby, communicating with our extremely experienced overseas agents to ship your goods from point A to point B timely and efficiently.  We are licensed NVOCC meaning we have more schedule flexibility and can offer the most competitive rates.  

 

 

 

 

NVOCC

 

NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier) Freight Forwarder provides ocean freight services as a "carrier" with or without it's own vessels and are able to issue their own House Bill of Lading.  NVOCC can offer freedom and flexibility with finding the right vessel and sailing schedule that fits your needs and budget.

 

 

FMC Licensed

 

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is a US federal agency responsible for regulating US ocean borne international transportation.  Licensed NVOCC's can negotiate contracts with steam ship lines and issue their own house bill of lading.  Furthermore, they are bonded which provides a safety net and more support in case of emergencies due to the strict regulations set by the FMC.

 

 

BE PART OF OUR NETWORK

Join our young team and be one of our experts. Work in an agile environment.

 

Available position

 

Client Service and Consulting Manager, Parsippany, NJ

 

Responsibilites : Research market conditions in South East Asia and the U.S. for container shipping/freight forwarding company.  Gather information about competitors' prices, sales, methods of marketing and routing.  Analyze and prepare reports of customer preferences, needs in steamship transportation industry.  Devise methods to collect data about contract prices, scheduling prices for shipment to and from South East Asia and the U.S.

Hours: 40hrs/wk.

Requirements: Bachelor Deg in Marketing req'd. 2 yrs experience in position or as a manager in container shipping or freight forwarding industry.

Salary: $46,280/yr

Report to: Hana International Logistics DBA Hana Freight LLC. kenny@hanashipping.com

 

 

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It is alarming when news of suicide attempts, violence and desperation becomes commonplace. This is, unfortunately, the state of affairs today with seafarers who are tired, on the brink of mental breakdowns (some have already gone over) and very desperate - this desperation is manifesting through various incidents. Priyanka Ann Saini covers some of these points in this article. Go to full article >>> The post Suicides, assaults and pleas for help as crew change crisis worsens appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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APL England reaches China for repairs (Mon, 13 Jul 2020)
On the 24th of May 2020, APL England, a container ship experienced a temporary loss of propulsion during heavy seas about 73 kilometres south-east of Sydney causing around 50 containers to fall overboard and leading to the collapse of around 74 containers within the stacks on board the ship.. After much debate and controversy over AMSA's action holding the master of the ship personally responsible for the incident, the empty APL England was released on 19th of June and allowed to sail from Australia to undertake repairs in China..  The APL England arrived in China (Zhoushan) on the 4th of July and remains under AMSA detention while the vessel undergoes repairs.. Go to full article >>> The post APL England reaches China for repairs appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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Carrier refuses to show commercial information on the bill of lading (Sun, 12 Jul 2020)
Carrier refuses to show commercial and sales information relating to the cargo on the bill of lading.. Are they being pedantic or are they right..?? Go to full article >>> The post Carrier refuses to show commercial information on the bill of lading appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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India contemplates National Logistics Law to boost logistics sector (Thu, 09 Jul 2020)
With a view to promoting the growth of the logistics sector in India, the commerce ministry is considering replacing the multimodal transportation of goods act with a full-fledged national logistics law. The announcement was made during a webinar organised by industry chamber PHDCCI . This move comes in the background of the fragmented nature of the sector, which has been an area of concern for a long time. A Press Release dated July 4th stated, “Digitization of Logistic Sector will help bring efficiency and realize the vision of Aatma Nirbhar Bharat (Self-Reliant India).” Go to full article >>> The post India contemplates National Logistics Law to boost logistics sector appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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Governments pledge action for seafarers at crucial crew change summit (Thu, 09 Jul 2020)
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has welcomed the commitment of 12 countries to facilitate crew changes and achieve key worker designation for seafarers, following a virtual ministerial summit hosted by the UK Government on 9 July. This step represents significant progress to help resolve a growing crisis facing the maritime industry, and enable hundreds of thousands of stranded seafarers to go home or join ships. Go to full article >>> The post Governments pledge action for seafarers at crucial crew change summit appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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