Freightcenter Assists Greek Invasion of National Geographic Museum

June 23, 2016 | By FreightCenter Team | Under | No Comments

There are times when companies contact FreightCenter for help shipping a few pallets of goods here and there. Then there are times when they need help organizing daily, weekly or even monthly freight shipping. But only once has someone contacted us to help transport a Trojan Horse. That, someone, was the National Geographic Society. Illumivation Studios, a long-time […]

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The TPM: What You Need to Know

May 5, 2016 | By FreightCenter Team | Under | No Comments

We already know that the U.S. trucking industry is under constant pressure from new government agencies, new or modified regulations, changing tax structures and increased competition. It’s also important to understand the affects these things have on another sector of the transportation industry: international freight shipping. At the 16th Annual Journal of Commerce’s Trans-Pacific Maritime (TPM) Conference many […]

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Freight Shipping Season Begins

March 31, 2016 | By FreightCenter Team | Under , | No Comments

January to March is notoriously slow for the transportation industry. But, as soon as the snow starts melting things start to kick back into gear. While FreightCenter is headquartered in sunny Florida where we don’t have to worry about such things as snow…or winter, we do provide freight shipping services to customers nationwide. That means we welcome […]

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2016 Transportation Industry Outlook

Growing presence of 3PLs 2016 will be a big year for many 3rd party logistic companies. Up until recently, “cutting-edge” and logistics weren’t two words you would normally see together. Shipping freight is becoming more streamlined with every passing year. Consumers can expect booking freight to be much like picking a flight or booking a […]

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Freightcenter Supports Bond Provision in Transportation Legislation

July 26, 2012 | By FreightCenter Team | Under | No Comments

FreightCenter strongly supports an industry regulation addressed in the 27-month transportation bill recently approved by Congress and signed by President Obama. The provision, which takes effect in July 2013, mandates freight brokers and forwarders to carry a minimum $75,000 surety bond. In an effort to preemptively support this provision, FreightCenter increased its surety bond requirement in […]

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