Cross-border shipping can be complicated. From working with international customs agents to negotiating paperwork, there's a lot of room for error — which can be detrimental to your delivery deadlines.
Why can't things be simpler?
Make shipping across international borders as seamless as shipping across state borders with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS). With a C-TPAT certification, your freight will receive the highest level of security in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and other key stakeholders within the international supply chain.
Put your freight in good hands and further simplify your cross-border shipping with:
Transferring your freight from one trailer to another greatly increases the risk of damage. And transferring it to a different trailer at an international border takes your stress to a new level.
Put your mind at ease and leave it on the same equipment from start to finish with ATS’ through-trailer service. Get cost-effective cross-border shipping by eliminating the transit delays, risks and costs that come with moving freight from trailer to trailer at the border.
We help customers, just like you, ship:
Pair experience and partnerships with trusted Mexican carriers to put your freight in good hands. You can also access complete comprehensive project management services, including foreign site and route surveys, packing, crating and storage services.
Whether it's your first time bringing your freight across international borders or your 50th, it can get confusing. To help you make clear decisions, here are some of the most commonly asked questions we get about border-crossing freight services.
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Use this infographic to understand the differences and capabilities of two common cross-border shipping methods: Through-Trailer Service and Cross-Docking.
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