Ocean Freight Forwarder Services
Ocean transportation is a critical part of many supply chains. That means you need access to a reliable ocean freight forwarder service that gets your product delivered on time. However, navigating how to get your product from Point A to Point B can be a complicated process, from determining the best ocean freight routes to figuring out the most efficient way to get your product to your warehouse.
As an experienced ocean freight forwarder, Dedola Global Logistics is your logistics partner. Whether you’re shipping full container loads or less than container loads, our full suite of ocean shipping and logistics options is at your disposal. Our vast network of industry contacts and freight forwarder expertise enable us to provide customized logistics solutions to meet your needs. We streamline your shipping process, getting your product into your customer’s hands in the fastest and most-efficient way possible.
Shipping From Port
Once your product reaches port, you can take delivery of your goods, or utilize our extensive trucking, air freight and/or rail services to ensure your products get to their final destination seamlessly and without delays.
Tracking Tools You Need
When you partner with Dedola, you’ll always know when your ocean freight shipment is due to leave or arrive with our innovative TrakIt system. Through your TrakIt account, you can easily access online shipment tracking and customized reports, even down to an individual purchase order, item number or SKU. Find out more about TrakIt.
A Trusted Ocean Freight Forwarder
We are a member of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) and participate in U.S. Custom’s C-TPAT program (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism).
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