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Helping our clients in getting their goods to destination professionally and economically.
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Customs Brokerage

Industry focused customs brokerage means higher value….
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Ocean Cargo

A good forwarder can be an asset to a shipper. Do you feel the same about your forwarder?
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Freight Forwarding

Rates are important, but the people handling the cargo movement are equally relevant.
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Warehousing & Distribution

Importers don’t need to look any further. Expert warehousing by Profreight has all the solutions for your goods handling.
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Domestic Trucking

Delivery of the goods to local destination is often the loosest link in supply chain… not with Profreight.
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Cargo Insurance

Proper insurance coverage should not be guess work. Consult with Profreight regarding your best cargo insurance options.
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Supply Chain

A full basket of services bring high value to the supply chain management for our clients.
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Top News
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Latest News
October 3, 201417 days ago

Inadequate resources blamed for truck congestion at ports

Port operators, users say cargo delays caused by inefficient system.

The root cause of mounting congestion problems at major U.S. container ports can be traced to low ocean shipping rates that lead to poor service trickling down through the supply chain, according to transportation service and equipment providers at a Federal Maritime Commission field hearing Wednesday in Baltimore. Read more

October 3, 201417 days ago

United States and Brazil Reach Agreement to End WTO Cotton Dispute

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1, 2014 – Today, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced that the United States and Brazil have reached agreement to settle the longstanding Cotton dispute in the World Trade Organization (WTO). Read more

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