You’ve established relationships with carriers across North America, but now your business is going global. It feels like you’re starting from scratch to find the right vessels to haul your cargo and create relationships with customs agencies. That’s why you need an international shipping partner like ATS International to help you along the way. We’ll find the most cost-effective journey for your cargo, so it arrives safely and on time.
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Many international shipping companies simply find available equipment and vessels to haul your cargo and risk damage as they’re transferred from one mode of transportation to another. As an asset-based Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) in major U.S. domestic offshore trade lanes to Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, Hawaii and Alaska, we’ll minimize risk and put your cargo on one of our company-owned trailers — where it will stay from the moment it’s picked up domestically until it’s delivered to its final destination.
Plus, as a C-TPAT-certified international logistics provider, we strive to bring the highest level of security to your freight in collaboration with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) and other key stakeholders within the international supply chain.
Moving your unique and specialized cargo can be challenging when it doesn’t fit into a standard international container. That’s why we offer roll-on/roll-off shipping services to ensure secure transit for your open-deck cargo. If you prefer your cargo be shipped loose, look to our breakbulk shipping options, including the innovative Breakbulk Boxx™.
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