Wait, How Many Solar Panels?
At Global Shipping Services, we ship what other freight forwarders can’t – including 10,000 solar panels to the largest private multifamily complex in New York City. This massive undertaking was recently executed by a team of logistics and delivery experts who ensured all equipment and necessary parts arrived on time and in great shape. The result was a happy client base reporting that Global Shipping operated with “100% accuracy and on-time performance”, highly exceeding their expectations. This significant, one-of-a-kind project reaffirmed Global Shipping Service’s ability to execute demanding tasks by coordinating the handling, warehousing, and delivery of approximately 10,000 solar panels to the complex’s 27,000 residents. Continue reading “Global Shipping Services Delivers 10,000 Solar Panels to Manhattan”
The United States exports billions of dollars’ worth of goods every year, and we do it on a global scale. The sheer number of items moved from country to country is massive, and each of those items must be stored, inspected, moved, and accounted for.
To ensure that items that leave the country and items that come into the country are safe and meet standards of quality before and after shipment, our government and foreign governments enforce rigorous standards through requirements for documentation and accountability for import and export procedures. The standards must be thorough; without them, the movement and shipment of dangerous goods and poor care of goods during shipment would otherwise become commonplace.
But requirements for U.S. import and export documentation and procedural standards can be a challenge to fully understand. Handling the logistics of shipments in and out of the U.S. often requires the assistance of experienced shipping logistics consultants to avoid delays and complications.
Familiarize yourself with some of the common import and export procedures and documentation below. Not all documents and procedures are necessary in all circumstances. Continue reading “Overview of Import & Export Documents and Procedures”
International shipping over the ocean is still one of the U.S.’s most well-used methods for shipping goods port-to-port. Among transportation methods, it is one of the safest and most reliable, and ships can transport relatively large amount of goods at lower financial and resource costs when compared with air transport vessels.
But changes in our understanding of fuels, environmental impact, and economy are also shifting the way the overseas freight shipping industry operates. The evolution in marine transport is significant; the industry is still responsible for the largest amount of shipped goods among developed countries.
Modern marine transportation suffers most greatly from some of these challenges:
Continue reading “Marine Transportation Meeting New Challenges”