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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Can a negotiable bill of lading be telex released..?? (Sun, 29 Nov 2020)
Maybe because it is one of the most important documents in global trade, there always seems to be a degree of uncertainty around a bill of lading and questions such as this.. Many people have doubts regarding which bill of lading to issue, how many to issue.. There are also questions such as what is a Telex Release, how it works and under what circumstances a Telex Release maybe issued.. In this particular post, I will cover the circumstances under which a Telex Release maybe issued and whether a telex release can be actioned on a negotiable bill of lading.. Go to full article >>> The post Can a negotiable bill of lading be telex released..?? appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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Issue with certification agency on exports to China (Tue, 24 Nov 2020)
A question from a reader about an issue with a certification agency which lead to the reader's containers being stopped by customs in China.. Comments welcome.. Go to full article >>> The post Issue with certification agency on exports to China appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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Carriers struggle with container shortages while rollovers increase (Tue, 24 Nov 2020)
Carriers struggle to cope with equipment shortages as transshipment ports see an increase in October cargo rollovers, reveals the latest Ocean Insights data. Strong demand for container shipping space on major trade lanes from Asia to Europe and North America saw cargo rollovers increase month-on-month in October as carriers struggled to keep ocean supply chains operating smoothly. Go to full article >>> The post Carriers struggle with container shortages while rollovers increase appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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Help, shipping line won’t pre-date or back date my bill of lading (Sun, 22 Nov 2020)
Pre-Dating or Back Dating is when the shipper requests the shipping line to show the Shipped on Board date on the bill of lading as a date before the actual sailing of the vessel (example : the vessel actually sails on the 2nd of March but shipper wants the line to show the shipped on board date on the bill of lading as 28th of February).. Why would a shipper want his bill of lading to be pre-dated or back dated and why would a shipping line reject this request..?? Go to full article >>> The post Help, shipping line won’t pre-date or back date my bill of lading appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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IMO Environment Committee approves amendments to cut ship emissions (Thu, 19 Nov 2020)
Draft amendments to the MARPOL convention would require ships to combine a technical and an operational approach to reduce their carbon intensity.  Draft new mandatory regulations  to cut the carbon intensity of existing ships have been approved by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), meeting in virtual session from 16-20 November 2020.. This builds on current mandatory energy efficiency requirements to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping. Go to full article >>> The post IMO Environment Committee approves amendments to cut ship emissions appeared first on Shipping and Freight Resource.
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