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LCL Shipment Procedures: From A-Z

LCL shipments preparation – the perfect package!
A crucial part of sending an LCL ocean freight shipment is preparation. Before comparing container shipping prices, knowledge is the power to know how to package your merchandise to prevent pitfalls and repeat common mistakes.

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LCL shipment

LCL shipments preparation – the perfect package!

LCL shipments preparation – the perfect package!
A crucial part of sending an LCL ocean freight shipment is preparation. Before comparing container shipping prices, knowledge is the power to know how to package your merchandise to prevent pitfalls and repeat common mistakes.

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Military Canons! Defense During War Times!

What Happens to the Global Supply Chain When War Breaks Out?

Europe-Asia supply routes
The horrendous humanitarian crisis has already made clear that the Russia-Ukraine battle will have sweeping implications for many supply chains. Specifically, those who are in the line of fire – so to speak, are ground-based freight networks transferring goods between Europe and Asia by rail and road.

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LCL shipping – get to know the basics

Whether you’re new to shipping or just tired of being kept in the dark, you have to know what LCL shipping is all about. The process has its share of steps along the way, but it’s not as complicated as you may think.
One thing is for sure, with the right provider by your side, the process of LCL shipping is smooth sailing!

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What is LCL / FCL?

What you need to know about LCL shipping

Importing products into the US? Up to your neck with ISF filing, Entry summary (Entry 7501), and all CBP regulations to clear customs asap? Great, but what if they arrive damaged and not fit for your customers? What happens to your supply chain? Make sure you have marine insurance!

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Aerial view Container ships at industrial ports in the business of import, export, logistics

Will the Global Supply Chain take an Olympics gold?

Importing products into the US? Up to your neck with ISF filing, Entry summary (Entry 7501), and all CBP regulations to clear customs asap? Great, but what if they arrive damaged and not fit for your customers? What happens to your supply chain? Make sure you have marine insurance!

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