Freight Forwarding, Supply Chain, Transportation

NVOCC vs. Freight Forwarders

While NVOCCs and freight forwarders both have their benefits, the answer depends on the shipment being made by the shipper. The most significant distinction is that NVOCCs are only for maritime shipping, while forwarders move cargo differently. If a business moves goods by the ocean, NVOCCs can provide personalized services and help shippers avoid the intermediary fee. This is because they are independent carriers instead of agents. Forwarders benefit from allowing different ways to transport goods. Businesses with international supply chains can take advantage of having their entire freight journey handled. Forwarders also have extra services not provided by NVOCCs, such as warehousing and customs clearance.


Economic trends, Import and Export Experts

Increased Dollar’s Effect on International Shipping

With the dollar currently at solid levels, it may be a perfect time for U.S. shippers to import goods. However, the shipping process is complex and may confuse first-time shippers. A third-party logistics company can help because they handle the shipment for the shipper. Contact A1 Worldwide logistics


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.


Customs Broker, Freight Forwarding, Import and Export Experts

Are you in the US and importing Colombian products?

Clear and Move your Merchandise with A1 Worldwide Logistics. We have a team of experts ready to guide you through the import process. We can help with: Custom Clearance – 


Customs Broker, Customs Broker Miami, Freight Forwarding, Import and Export Experts

How to Import Vehicles into the U.S.

When importing automobiles into the U.S., there are various steps and regulations that one can expect. Knowing what to anticipate can save you time, money, and energy. This article will


COVID-19, Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics, Technology

Covid Shipping Surge and the Panama Canal

The increased capability of Panama Canal has proved to be a key component in the context of the shipping surge generated by the pandemic.


Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics

Top Freight Container Shippers

The current international freight shipping market is seeing a sizeable distribution of spot prices. When shipping containers, a spot price is a cost for moving freight shipments to a certain


Freight Forwarding, Supply Chain, Transportation

CMA CGM to Stop Increasing Freight Spot Rates

CMA CGM, one of the biggest ocean freight movers recently announced its plan to freeze its rising spot rates through February 1st, 2022. This may come as a surprise to


Freight Forwarding, Supply Chain, Technology

Evergreen Acquired Biggest Freight Vessel

Released onto the world’s seas on July 30, 2021, the Ever Ace has officially named the largest freight container ship in the world. Costing over $150 million to create, The


Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics, Transportation

Delays in Freight Persist

In 2021, the international freight market has seen various disruptions that have led to container prices skyrocketing. It was recently announced that a company would have to pay an ocean