- Customs Clearance in any Port in the U.S.A.
- Air Freight to and from any Airport worldwide (IATA)
- Ocean Freight – both Full Container and Less than Container Loads (NVOCC/OTI)
- Domestic Trucking Services
- Motorcycle Shipping
- Hazardous Goods / Dangerous Goods Shipping
- Inbond Transportation and Documentation
- Specialty Commodity Shipping
- Export Documentation and AES Filing
- Vehicle Title Processing for Exportation
- Food and Drug Administraion, United States Department of Agriculture, Department of Transporation, Federal Communications Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Entries
Importer Security Filing “10+2” Program
United States Customs and Border Protection has announced a new rule, known as the Importer Security Filing (ISF) or more commonly called 10+2; which requires cargo information, for security purposes, to be transmitted to the agency at least 24 hours before goods are loaded onto an ocean vessel for shipment into the U.S. 10+2 is pursuant to section 203 of the SAFE Port Act, and requires importers to provide 10 data elements to CBP, as well as 2 more data elements from the carrier.