Deringer's Direct LCL Consolidation from Taiwan to Chicago Offers Time/Cost Savings
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 10:54
A.N. Deringer, Inc., a leading logistics service provider, announces the continued expansion of its international transportation services. Deringer introduces its direct less than container load (LCL) consolidation service from Keelung and Kaohsiung, Taiwan, to Chicago, Illinois. This LCL "consol" offers competitive rates and quick transit time to Chicago. Once de-vanned in Chicago, freight is expeditiously discharged, and cleared through Customs before shipping to points throughout the Mid-West, including Detroit, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and Cleveland, as well as other areas along the East Coast, such as New York City.
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The weekly LCL consolidation service offers reduced transit time (18 days
to Chicago) and competitive rates. Deringer provides purchase order to proof of delivery service, from pick up in Taiwan through Customs clearance and delivery in the US. Jake Holzscheiter, President and CEO, commented, "The continuing expansion of our consolidation services represents significant changes for Deringer and a great example of Deringer's evolution. We are able to leverage our partnerships in the trade, as well as our expertise, to offer a valuable product that saves companies time and money."
Please visit Deringer's online product fact sheet for additional information or call 888-612-6239.
A.N. Deringer, Inc. is a leading provider of international logistics services including Freight Forwarding, Warehousing & Distribution, Customs Brokerage, Logistics Consulting, Cargo Insurance, and Meat Inspection. Deringer combines over 30 US offices with a global agency network to facilitate the movement of cargo throughout the world.