Deringer Expands LCL Consolidation Offering with Shanghai to LA Route

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Leading logistics service provider, A.N. Deringer, Inc., announced the latest addition to its import freight forwarding products: a weekly less than container load (LCL) consolidation from Shanghai to Los Angeles.

This consol serves those with ultimate destinations along the West Coast or as the mini-land bridge gateway for East Coast bound freight.

Leading logistics service provider, A.N. Deringer, Inc., announced the latest addition to its import freight forwarding products: a weekly less than container load (LCL) consolidation from Shanghai to Los Angeles. This LCL “consol” offers competitive rates and a quick terminal to terminal transit time of 12 days.

Deringer has long offered freight forwarding for this trade lane, but the LCL consolidation provides another alternative. Matt Parrott, Director of Transportation, said, “Deringer’s additional freight forwarding products have provided new and existing customers more cost savings opportunities. This consol serves those with ultimate destinations along the West Coast or as the mini-land bridge gateway for East Coast bound freight.”

Customers realize significant savings when using one company for Customs brokerage and freight forwarding, such as reduced demurrage and document transfer fees. Complementing the Shanghai to LA LCL freight forwarding service, Deringer also provides pre-carriage, Customs brokerage, distribution, on-carriage, and cargo insurance services. Deringer’s online tool, eShipPartner® Supply Chain Manager, provides purchase order to proof of delivery visibility. Please visit Deringer’s website for additional information or call 888-612-6239.

About Deringer
A.N. Deringer, Inc. is a leading provider of international supply chain solution services including International Freight Forwarding, Warehousing & Distribution, Customs Brokerage, Logistics Consulting, Cargo Insurance, Duty Drawback, and Meat Inspection. Deringer combines over 30 US offices with a global agency network to facilitate the movement of cargo throughout the world.

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