While a bill of lading might sound like it will protect your precious cargo as it ships from Miami, this is not entirely true. All-risk cargo insurance is what will truly protect your international shipment. When it comes to all-risk cargo insurance, it’s important to keep the following information in mind:
We are able to provide full-service customs brokerage, in order to successfully handle all the details of your import shipments. We have access to the U.S. Customs computer network through ABI (Automated Brokerage Interface). This network transmits entry information for your goods to Customs, prior to their arrival.
We provide all our clients with valuable expertise, as well as a sound understanding of U.S. Customs practices and procedures. We are also experienced with the import requirements of other government agencies, ensuring that we always clear your goods quickly and efficiently.
We specialize in facilitating all of the formalities and details associated with exporting and importing all commodity types, legally and expeditiously. Your shipments can be cleared quickly and accurately through our automated electronic interfaces. Moreover, to ensure on-time arrival at the specified destination, shipments can be pre-cleared through Customs prior to their arrival.
In order to avoid the risk of damages during transportation, we never load more than two vehicles in a single container. Prior to shipping, all vehicles will be carefully and securely blocked, braced and tied down with straps, in order to avoid movement during transportation. Most of our customers prefer this option when shipping classic, antique or high-value cars or other vehicles. Vehicles delivered to our warehouse for shipment cannot contain more than 1/8 of a tank of gas.
In order to export “self-propelled vehicles” such as automobiles, the following documents are required:
Affected Vehicles Include