Cross-border shipping differs from domestic parcel or freight shipping in a number of ways, from customs paperwork to carrier requirements to security clearances. In this post, we’ll give you advice on the best way to choose a freight shipping carrier and prepare all the necessary documents.
Which are the biggest hurdles you might face during a commercial office relocation, and how can you assure that your office clears them? In this post we will take a look at common office move problems and how to avoid them.
Pallets are typically shipped through less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping. To help make sure your pallet is securely packed and prepared, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common pallet shipping mistakes—and how you can avoid them.
If you or your company have been leasing equipment or machinery and have come to the end of your lease, or you no longer find yourself in need of it, it’s time to return your equipment. We’re here to help you unpack some of that language and figure out what exactly you need to do to get your leased equipment back on time.
From specialized components to full engines and transmissions, auto parts are often heavy and irregularly shaped, which can make them seem difficult to ship. Good news for gearheads: shipping auto parts over a long distance isn’t as complicated as you might think.
Whether you're helping a new hire move or you're transferring an employee from one office to another, relocating your employees can be a big investment. There are 3 factors to consider when you're deciding if a moving or shipping partner is a good fit for your company. Read more on UrbanBound.