What the New NVOCC Status Means for Latin American Cargo and Their Clients

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Reaching a new level in service capabilities can open the door to new and better options for a company. Latin American Cargo has recently gained NVOCC status and wishes to let clients know what that means for them.

Latin American Cargo - Bringing Two Worlds Together
The NVOCC status allows LAC to ship worldwide even without a base of operations near the clients' location.

When a shipping company takes on a job, most customers don’t realize that their order is becoming a part of a vast series of networks and connects carefully designed to be as efficient as possible. Part of what the NVOCC (Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier) status does, is to give a shipper even more options and provides the opportunity for even more efficiency.

This is possible because the NVOCC status allows Latin American Cargo (LAC), and any other shipper with the same classification, to eliminate the need to have a base at the customers’ area of operation. This means that regardless of the location, LAC can take charge of the shipment so that the client does not need to switch carriers at any point. No unnecessary switches means that one company can simply take care of your cargo from start to finish.

LAC has been attempting to improve their services over the years, building their repertoire of resources to bring their clients the best possible prices. Originally, their specialization with the Latin American markets was the key to their success. However, with the NVOCC status they have gained, their versatility is increasing in ways that compliment and improve upon their previous strengths.

CEO of Latin American Cargo, Homero Herrera, has always had a vision of what shipping should look like. Uniting the Americas with specialized shipping across numerous territories and making it as if there were no borders at all was his goal. The ability to travel and ship freely was a paramount right that he sought to empower his clients to have. This new status is another step towards the freedom Homero wishes to see for his clients.

The effort to gain NVOCC status has been necessitated by the success and recent demands of LAC clients. Some businesses working with LAC have seen tremendous success over the last decade, and wish to expand their operations. By branching into different parts of the world, these successful companies are now seeking to ship across the world, and not just to Latin America.

This meant that Latin American Cargo needed to step up their performance, and the new status LAC has achieved was an obvious step towards that goal. To see if these new capabilities are making a difference on LAC pricing, you can request a quote on their website. Now, LAC is more focused on delivering a variety of services to clients wishing to ship all over the world than ever before.

About Latin American Cargo

LAC is a shipping and freighting company specializing in shipments going to and from different areas in Latin America. They are experienced with air, sea and ground transport. Their Mexfreight division, short for Mexico Freight, handles almost exclusively the transport to and from Mexico and acts primarily as a road transportation service. LAC has recently launched an informative video series and has introduced a business consulting branch designed to help clients develop strategic goals and execute them.

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