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OCEAN FREIGHT


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.

We offer:
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:
Automotive Industry.
Chemicals and Resins.
Telecommunication Equipment.
Commodities and raw materials.
Retail Goods.
Building materials.

AIR FREIGHT


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.
Transhipments services.

Delivery Options include:
Door-to-Airport.
Door-to-Door excluding duties/taxes. (DDU)
Door-to-Door including duties/taxes. (DDP)

DOMESTIC SERVICES


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)
Quick Quotes.
Safe and insured transportation.
Management of all kinds of merchandise.
Container drayage services.
Courier service and parcels shipments.

WAREHOUSING


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.
Transloading.
Pick-pack.
Inventory Management.

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.


IMPORT AND EXPORT


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.



HURRICANE FLORENCE UPDATE #5

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Hurricane Florence has now weakened to a tropical depression and is expected to weaken further today before re-intensifying on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Florence is expected to produce excessive rainfall as the storm turns from the Carolinas over the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England early this week.

An additional two to five inches (five to 13cm) of rain is expected with isolated area of 8 inches (20cm) possible through Tuesday in the Carolinas and Virginia.

The storm is forecast to head towards New England on Tuesday, travelling over New Jersey and out towards the Atlantic Ocean.

Flash flood warning are in effect across a large portion of southern and western North Carolina, portions of far northeast South Carolina and southwest Virginia.

An additional two to five inches (five to 13cm) of rain is expected with isolated area of 8 inches (20cm) possible through Tuesday in the Carolinas and Virginia.

The NWS also warned of at least two further days of possible flash flooding in North Carolina before conditions are forecast to improve.

Florence’s winds have dropped to about 30mph (45kph), with weakening forecast over the next 24 hours before intensifying again as an extratropical low-pressure center.

 

Ports Operations:

CHARLESTON, S.C.— As of 5 p.m., Saturday, the Coast Guard Captain of the Port (COTP) reopened the Port of Georgetown without restrictions.

Due to potential effects from Hurricane Florence throughout the Georgetown area, mariners are urged to transit with caution considering the possibility of aids to navigation discrepancies or other hazards to navigation.

The Port of Georgetown has been closed since September 13 prior to Hurricane Florence impacting South Carolina.

"The Coast Guard in South Carolina is committed to a swift recovery from the storm with search and rescue operations and safety of life as our ongoing priority," said Capt John Reed, Sector Charleston commander. "Our next priority is to resume the flow of maritime commerce stability through the ports of South Carolina."

 

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.