Hauling commodities by air, sea, or road often involves legal, financial, and logistical complexities that can be challenging for shippers and forwarders. Dedola explains the most common of these hurdles and their practical solutions.
There are many reasons why companies importing goods to the US eventually switch from using eForwarders to traditional freight forwarders. This article goes into detail based on feedback from previous eForwarder clients that switched to Dedola for air freight and ocean freight imports.
Companies are looking to Vietnam as an alternative manufacturing hub for goods to import to the US and elsewhere.
Companies are challenging Section 301 Chinese Tariffs.
Dedola Global Logistics has been helping importers bring in PPE before and during the pandemic. We are the experts on importing PPE and can help in all facets.
Dedola is a leading freight forwarder with an unmatched and reliable network in Europe.
We have all the processes in place for a seamless transition to superior service. Here’s what you do, step by step to switch freight forwarders.
Read about 5 prevalent issues facing importers that may indicate it’s time to switch.
International shipping is subject to delays, communication problems, loss, and damage. Although most shipments are seamless, some will face challenges. Most problems are preventable. Here’s how the 4 most common issues can be resolved.
Importers must make sure that all paperwork is complete, correct, and has accurate contact information so that US Customs can follow up with any questions.
Coming to the end of May and a few months into the COVID 19 US lockdown, air freight rates are still volatile. We’ve written a blog about the state of air freight.
Goods are shipped and received worldwide every day. They travel by air, water, land, and rail on...
China is home to some of the world’s largest shipping ports, including Shenzhen, Guangzhou,...
Efficient global logistics relies on the right combination of services, with vendors and shippers...
Up-to-date news related to port closures and reopenings, and ocean and air carrier change announcements.
International shipping is a complicated business. Whether you are an importer, exporter, or...
Not all importers realize the importance of marine insurance (otherwise known as cargo insurance). It protects you from damage, theft, or loss while in transit.
To guarantee that you are making the best (and safest) choice in your forwarder, opt for a C-TPAT certified forwarder.
Starting in January 2018, the United States began imposing strict tariffs on foreign countries, primarily China.
When it comes to choosing the right international freight forwarder for your shipping needs, cost plays a factor in your decision.
Break the status quo to bring importers and exporters a dependable, first-class international and domestic freight shipping experience.