When a U.S. principal party in interest (USPPI) ships freight to a foreign principal party of interest, these can either be "routed" or "standard" export transactions. Usually, routed transactions are best to avoid if you're shipping from the U.S. to a foreign country. That said, in some scenarios routed export shipping can make more sense than its alternative.
In this video, you'll learn what standard and routed export international shipments are and when each of these transactions makes the most sense. Though this video is a great starting point, make sure to consult a trusted transportation company with any questions you have.
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