Posts Tagged: International

Drayage and Transloading Services for Imports

Drayage and Port Solutions

Are you curious about drayage and transloading services for your imported goods? Do you need drayage service for your imports? What is transloading and how can it help you save money on transportation? Logistics Plus drayage and port services help address these questions and any many more. What is drayage? The word drayage is specifically used… Read more »

Exporting Tips

Exporting-101

Exporting can seem like a daunting task to many small- and medium-sized businesses, but it can also be a great way to expand your customer base and grow your sales. Make no mistake, exporting can be a challenge. You have to take the time to select the right product, understand the applicable rules and regulations in both… Read more »

Logistics Plus Attends World’s Largest Freight Forwarding Event

WCA Conference Abu Dhabi 2016

Representatives from Logistics Plus are joining fellow freight forwarders from around the globe at the industry’s largest and most important business conference of the year — the 2016 WCA Worldwide Conference in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Abu Dhabi is at the heart of the fastest growing logistics region in the world. It is a modern and exciting city and has… Read more »

Do you speak my language?

Translate

Nǐ xūyào fānyì yīmén wàiyǔ? Tapā’īṁ vidēśī bhāṣā anuvāda garna āvaśyaka cha? ¿Necesita traducir un idioma extranjero? Do you need to translate a foreign language?   If you need help with in-person, on the phone, or document translations services, then you need Logistics Plus Linguistic Solutions (LPLS).  In addition, LPLS can assist with multi-cultural marketing and… Read more »

10 Keys to Successful Importing

According to a U.S. Department of Commerce report, over 185,000 U.S. companies imported foreign goods in 2012, an increase of more than 10 percent from 2009.  The majority of these businesses were small or medium-sized companies that may, in fact, lack the necessary resources to be a successful importer. If your business imports – or is… Read more »

Logistics Plus Connects the Middle East to the World

One of the primary promises we make to our customers is to deliver their products to the right place, on time and intact. This has enabled Logistics Plus to earn a reputation for great service while growing on a global scale. After establishing offices in the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa, Logistics Plus has added… Read more »

Understanding Incoterms

Incoterms® refer to a series of rules that define the responsibilities of sellers and buyers (business-to-business) when they purchase and ship goods internationally. These could include various costs and performance tasks which all businesses involved agree to handle. Background Incoterms were originally designed by the International Chamber of Commerce, in order to establish a more… Read more »

20 Years of Project Cargo Expertise

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Logistics Plus is your global headquarters for freight forwarding and project cargo expertise! Other companies may claim to have expertise handling project cargo, but we’ll put our 20 years of project cargo experience up against anyone. Project cargo, also called project forwarding or project logistics, is a specialized field of transportation and logistics that requires specific… Read more »

Air Freight Forwarding versus Ocean Freight Forwarding

Air-versus-Ocean

Logistics Plus (LP) provides logistics services within and across all national borders and using all modes of transportation. Air freight forwarding and ocean freight forwarding services come into play more often than not on international shipments. On the LP International team, Emily Grein is our lead air freight specialist and Kristen Smith is our lead… Read more »

U.S. Trade with India Continues to Grow

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The United States International Trade Commission just released its updated “The Year in Trade 2014” report. The report, which covers global trade trends and activities, indicated that the value of U.S.-India two-way merchandise trade has increased 5% since 2013. In 2014, merchandise exports to India were valued at $21.6 billion. Leading U.S. exports to India included diamonds,… Read more »