International Ocean Freight

Our large portfolio of ocean freight carriers offers flexibility of departure dates and decreases transit times.

International Ocean Freight

Increased buying power allows for market competitive pricing and higher service levels. The flexibility that we have at Crane Worldwide Logistics with rail service providers and port of entry/port of discharge allows us to create the best solution for our clients.

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Do you require international ocean freight transportation services?

As an NVOCC for both FCL (Full-Container-Load) and LCL (Less-Than-Container-Load) shipments, our ocean freight forwarding experience at Crane Worldwide Logistics, allows us to be your client advocate when negotiating with the increasingly large ocean carriers. The relationships we have with our ocean freight cargo partners allows us to create the best options for our clients, our services include:

  • Project Cargo Management and OOG for your special equipment needs
  • Transload/Palletization/deconsolidation and DC bypass are all services available

Our door-to-door service as well as our PO management and Consolidation/deconsolidation methods are all conducted with high service levels without contractual obligation. International shipping is becoming increasingly complex and we are here to partner with you to assist you with your shipment needs. 

International Ocean Freight is changing

There has been much change in the ocean carrier market, notably the consolidation of some of the major players and the upcoming IMO2020 regulations. Our relationships with our key partners can benefit your overall shipment strategy and we will work with you as your client advocate to ensure you have the best shipment profile to address your logistics needs.


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