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.


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.


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!


Customs Broker, Customs Broker Miami, Customs Clearance, Freight Forwarding, Import and Export Experts, Shipping Logistics, Stories of Businesspeople

Keeping the Family Legacy Alive Through Shipping: Ali Musayev

Meet Ali Musayev, an Azeri rug maker who sells carpets at a brick-and-mortar store in Baku, Azerbaijan. Ali was born in Baku and recently inherited the business from his dad, who inherited it from his dad. His grandad Osman originally started the company hoping to escape poverty and provide for his family. When it began, the business became one of Baku’s most significant family-owned rug shops.


COVID-19, Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain

U.S. Container Imports Returning to Pre-Pandemic Levels

The decrease in imports to pre-pandemic levels may indicate a return to normality for the world of shipping.


Freight Forwarding, Import and Export Experts, Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain, Transportation

Port of Shanghai Reopened for Freight Shipping 

With the biggest port in the world fully operational, we want to make sure your cargo is transported with no problems. A1 has experience importing cargo from China such as vehicles, electronics, metal clothing, etc. We also have exported machinery, luxury items, furniture, and much more from the U.S. to China. 


COVID-19, Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics, Technology

Covid-19 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, Supply Chain, Technology, Transportation

Will 3D printing disrupt the Freight Transportation Industry?

The transportation industry has seen massive growth and development in freight movement over the last few decades. A recent topic that has become popular in the Transportation and Logistics industries


Freight Forwarding, Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain

China’s Lockdown and its effects on supply chains

Several districts in China have been on lockdown for the past few weeks due to Covid, and the impact is now being felt on global supply chains. As outbreaks began