rsstwitterfacebookyoutubeLinkedIn

About Us

Helping our clients in getting their goods to destination professionally and economically.
6500 300 #3399CC

Customs Brokerage

Industry focused customs brokerage means higher value….
00 225 #000000

Ocean Cargo

A good forwarder can be an asset to a shipper. Do you feel the same about your forwarder?
6500 300 #3399CC

Freight Forwarding

Rates are important, but the people handling the cargo movement are equally relevant.
00 300 #3399CC

Warehousing & Distribution

Importers don’t need to look any further. Expert warehousing by Profreight has all the solutions for your goods handling.
00 300 #000000

Domestic Trucking

Delivery of the goods to local destination is often the loosest link in supply chain… not with Profreight.
00 250 #3399CC

Cargo Insurance

Proper insurance coverage should not be guess work. Consult with Profreight regarding your best cargo insurance options.
6500 300 #000000

Supply Chain

A full basket of services bring high value to the supply chain management for our clients.
6500 300 #000000
Quick news:6000

International
Freight

Shipping solutions that work for all types of global shipping needs

Customs
Brokerage

Corporate Broker for major importers with industry focus

Warehousing
& DistributionWarehouse and Distribution

Complete inventory control and domestic shipping/distribution

Top News
Global Entry Now Available at Pre-Clearance Airports
TSA Calls for 100 Percent Screening of Inbound Cargo by December
CBP Reschedules ACE Ocean/Rail Manifest Rollout Due to Unplanned ACS Outage
CBP Now Hiring CBP Officers, Border Patrol Agents for Southwest Border
Latest News

Longshore union, shippers see slow progress in U.S. West Coast port talks

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The union for 20,000 dockworkers and a group of their employers at 29 U.S. West Coast ports say they are making slow but steady progress in months-long contract talks seen by the shipping industry as a contributing factor in chronic cargo backups. Read more

U.S. Department of Transportation Eliminates $1.7 Billion Annual Paperwork Burden for U.S. Trucking Industry

WASHINGTON – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced today that, effective Dec. 18, 2014, professional truck drivers will no longer have to comply with a burdensome daily paperwork requirement, saving the trucking industry an estimated $1.7 billion annually without compromising safety. Read more

Pages:1234...2627Next »