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Over the years, we have been able to clear customs of various goods from around the world.
We strive to provide a fast, straightforward service on every assignment, to make things as easy as possible for our customers. We'll be with you every step of the way, providing you with a service that meets your needs.
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We know that perishable goods require special attention throughout their journey. As transit specialists for perishable goods, we ensure a controlled supply chain, including specific customs procedures, while guaranteeing that the cold chain is maintained.
As an authorized freight forwarder in the textile sector, we ensure complete and efficient management of your shipments. Our experienced team is fully conversant with customs regulations and international standards for the transport of textiles.
We understand the unique requirements associated with transporting food products, such as sensitivity to temperature conditions, compliance with sanitary standards and strict deadlines.
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We're well aware of the challenges and constraints you may face in the transport business. That's why we do our utmost to offer you a reliable, punctual and transparent service.
We ensure that your goods are collected, transported and delivered safely and on time.
With our expertise in national and international customs regulations, you can avoid errors and costly delays. Working closely with customs authorities, we guarantee efficient handling of your goods.
Our commitment to your satisfaction translates into superior service, based on expertise and transparency. Simplify your import-export operations with our customs clearance service.
Our technology-driven approach enables us to offer real-time traceability of your logistics operations. With a tracking system, you can monitor the status of your shipments at any time, enabling you to stay informed and make informed decisions.
Our experienced team has mastered logistics best practices. We work closely with you to understand your needs and design customized solutions that meet your objectives.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The role of a freight forwarder is to facilitate the transport of goods across borders, by taking care of all logistical formalities and procedures. The freight forwarder coordinates shipments, manages customs documents, organizes transport and supervises transit operations.
The main difference between a forwarder and a freight forwarder lies in their role and legal responsibility. A forwarder acts as a logistical intermediary on behalf of his customer, managing the administrative and operational aspects of international transport. By contrast, a freight forwarder acts in his own name and assumes legal responsibility for the shipment. He buys and sells goods on behalf of third parties, incurring his own financial and legal liability.
The term "forwarder" refers to a company specializing in international transport and logistics. A freight forwarder acts as an intermediary between shippers (exporters) and receivers (importers), taking care of the organization, coordination and management of goods shipments.
There are different types of forwarder, depending on their specialization and field of activity. Some forwarders concentrate on sea freight, others on air freight, while some offer multimodal services covering several modes of transport. There are also forwarders who specialize in specific sectors, such as perishables, chemicals or dangerous goods.
Customs and transit are two concepts linked to international trade, but they have distinct roles. Customs is a government authority responsible for controlling the movement of goods across borders and enforcing customs regulations, including the collection of customs duties. Transit, on the other hand, refers to the transportation of goods through one or more transit countries on their way to their final destination. Transit generally involves specific formalities and procedures to ensure the smooth and orderly passage of goods from one country to another, in compliance with current customs regulations.
The qualities of a good freight forwarder include in-depth expertise in international transport and logistics, knowledge of customs regulations and logistics procedures, excellent time management and good communication skills. A good freight forwarder must also be reliable, offer exceptional customer service and be able to find tailor-made solutions to meet specific customer needs.
The main difference between a forwarder and a carrier lies in their roles and responsibilities. A freight forwarder is an entity specialized in the management and coordination of international transport and logistics operations. It acts as an intermediary between the customer and the various carriers (sea, air, land) to organize and optimize shipments. A carrier, on the other hand, is responsible for physically moving goods from one point to another, using the appropriate means of transport.
As a general rule, it is the customer who hires and pays the forwarder for his services. The forwarder charges a fee for the complete management of the shipment, including transport coordination, customs formalities, insurance and other related services. Freight forwarder charges vary according to the nature of the shipment, the distances involved, the modes of transport used and any additional services requested by the customer.
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