We hold contracts with the majority of steam ship lines, in order to offer you a wide-ranging portfolio of lanes, transit times, guaranteed capacity and space, and quality of service you’ll need to grow your business.
Weekly NVOCC Consolidations form the USA to Latin America and the Caribbean.
Door-to-door service for FCL, LCL, RORO, and Break Bulk.
Complementary LCL service to Europe and Asia.
Management of special projects.
Our vertical markets:
Chemicals and Resins.
Commodities and raw materials.
Interworld Freight offers you reliable air freight services for all your high priority consignments.
We have daily-consolidated shipments to Latin America and the Caribbean, along with daily flights to Europe and Asia.
Our airfreight services include:
Dangerous goods shipments.
Oversized and overweight shipments.
Delivery Options include:
Door-to-Door excluding duties/taxes. (DDU)
Door-to-Door including duties/taxes. (DDP)
In order to satisfy your domestic transportation needs, we at Interworld Freight have at your disposal a diverse set of options for the movement, distribution, and management of all your shipments.
Our Domestic Transportation Services Include:
Comprehensive Services (FTL, LTL, Intermodal, FCL, & Project Cargo)
Safe and insured transportation.
Management of all kinds of merchandise.
Container drayage services.
Courier service and parcels shipments.
Interworld Freight counts on 65,000 sqft of personally owned warehousing to offer services such as the following:
Consolidations, Buyers Consols.
BEC and CFS warehousing.
Handling of dangerous goods, oversized and overweight shipments.
Repackaging, Palletazing, and Crating.
We count on special partnerships with many different CFS warehouses throughout the United States, which allows us to offer consolidation services and of merchandise in many major cities like NY, HOU, CHI, LAX, MIA, etc.
Expert advisors that can offer you the necessary direction to handle your import and export procedures, according to the required laws of each country, accompany all of our international freight services.
For this reason, in import and export services we currently offer to our customers:
• Customs brokerage for nationalization of loads.
• Declaration of export (SED).
• Validation of loads in transit (BONDED).
• Guides release (Doc Release).
• Guides filing (ISF Filing) for obtaining permits.
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Florence is arriving to The Carolinas. Rain bands with tropical-storm-force winds are moving onshore on the outer banks of North Carolina. The Carolina coasts can expect winds topping 80 mph late Thursday afternoon.
As of 8 ET Thursday morning, the center of Florence was about 170 miles east-southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina, and about 220 miles east of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Florence's center will approach the North and South Carolina coasts late Thursday and Friday, but it's unclear exactly when and where and it will make landfall. As the storm moves inland, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland will also be in peril.
Strong winds will send rising water inland from the coastline of the Carolinas. The storm surge could rise up to 13 feet -- that's water inundating homes up to the first-floor ceiling, the National Hurricane Center said.
At least 800 flights along the US East Coast have been canceled Thursday through Saturday ahead of the storm.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Effective 8 p.m. Wednesday, the Coast Guard Captain of the Port Charleston set port condition Yankee for Ports of South Carolina. These ports and facilities are currently closed to all commercial traffic and all transfer operations while Yankee remains in effect.
Port facilities are advised to review their heavy weather plans and take all necessary precautions to adequately prepare for the expected conditions.
If and when port condition Zulu is set, meaning sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours, vessel movement shall be restricted, and all movements must be approved by the captain of the port.
You can view the latest details regarding Hurricane Florence on the National Hurricane Center’s website and on https://weather.com/
Please take into account that all the cargo in transit around the affected area, will be delayed until the situation is under control and the ports, rail services and trucking operations re start their functions normally.
We will continue to keep you informed on a frequent basis as we get more details on the storm’s track.