Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

How do Warehouses Handle Industrial Products?

Manufacturing, retail, and other service businesses use warehouses to store industrial goods for future usage. These products include raw materials, accessory equipment, operating supplies, etc.

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How to Begin Importing from China

China is the U.S.’s biggest trading partner and the largest exporter of goods internationally. Because of China’s ability to manufacture products on a large scale, importing from the country can present many opportunities. Not only is growth possible for a business, but reduced costs, large quantities of imports, and other benefits are also possible. While importing may seem attractive to first-time shippers, understanding what’s necessary is essential for the shipment’s success. This article will explain how to prepare the required documents and what to expect during your cargo’s shipping journey.

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Shipping Logistics

Exporting Medical Devices from the U.S.

The global medical device market is currently an estimated $536 billion industry. Over $159 billion is projected to come from the U.S. by the end of 2022. The exporting of medical equipment is in high demand and can help a business expand in many ways. Due to the requirements and logistics involved in the exportation process, it is ideal to find a customs broker to assist.

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Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

Introduction to Picking and Packing Cargo

After searching through a website, customers find something they like and buy the product. The website then sends the order to a warehouse or fulfillment center, usually in the form of a packing list. A warehouse worker then searches for the order in the inventory and brings it to a packing station. The order is packed and labeled in the station and then delivered to the customer.

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Economic trends, Import and Export Experts, Shipping Logistics

Inflation Remains High as Supply Chain Pressures Ease

Whether the inflation is temporary or long-term, goods still must be moved internationally. Although the supply chain pressures have eased, the crunch is not over, and the shipper should still take caution. A1 Worldwide Logistics is a trusted freight forwarding, customs brokerage and, warehousing company experienced in all aspects of supply chains.

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Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

How Are Containers Loaded/Unloaded into a Warehouse

It is not common to explain how unloaders move the cargo from a truck into a warehouse. The term used is devanning, which is the act of unloading or unpacking freight from a container.

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Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

What Products Use Warehousing Services?

When shippers bring up warehousing in conversations, a frequent topic is the merchandise they put away. While there is an extensive amount of items kept in warehouses, we can break them down into categories. This article will discuss the common types of goods stored and how warehouses handle them.

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Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

Public Warehousing Services

There are an extensive amount of benefits that renting public warehousing space can provide. One of the main advantages is the revenue that the company or individual may save. For example, needing to house inventory requires storage space, which costs money. Renting out space in a warehouse tends to be cheaper during long storage periods. Getting a warehouse can cut down transportation costs and the warehouse also moves your goods to your customers for you. Another benefit is your cargo’s security because of the technological advancements in warehousing.

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Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Warehousing

The Progression of Supply Chain Warehouses

Warehouses provide numerous services for your goods during the shipping process. Storage is a primary function that allows your goods to be kept in a secure facility for a period. The shipper may store the cargo until they are ready to sell or deliver it to a customer. Meanwhile, protecting those goods from damage or hazard is also a priority in warehousing.

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Import and Export Experts, Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain

The Importance of United States Free Trade Agreements

A FTA is an agreement that eliminates trade barriers for exporting and importing and promotes free trade between other countries. The United States currently has a free trade agreement with 20 countries, including Panama, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Morocco, Singapore, etc. Are you a business or an individual that wants to begin making shipments globally? We can help you start your shipping journey!

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