Freight Forwarding

Freight Forwarding

You need a Freight Forwarder dedicated to finding the lowest freight cost, the fastest transit time, and the most reliable carrier available. Because we take the time to learn everything we can about your business, you can trust that we’ll treat your shipments like they are our own.

Air and Ocean Freight Transportation

C J can arrange the delivery of your freight by any mode of transportation, door-to-door, to any destination on the globe. Ask us for a quote today!

Cargo Insurance

International carriers have limited liability for losses and you cannot depend on carrier reimbursement alone if your freight is subject to a general average, or damaged or lost in transit. We can provide all-risk, door-to-door coverage for damage or loss.

Domestic Transportation

C J works with a network of trusted carriers and can arrange pick-up and delivery of your freight from the port of entry to a warehouse or to its final destination.

Export Services

C J’s export team stands ready to help you with your export shipments, offering a variety of services in addition to air and ocean freight transportation:

Export Documentation and Banking Services

C J is a full-service International Freight Forwarder. We can arrange documentation services for your export shipments.

Legalization and Consular Services

Every destination country has its own unique document requirements. C J can make sure your export documentation is compliant, avoiding costly delays.

Hazmat Certified

C J works with third parties to arrange for hazmat packing, and has hazmat certified personnel to handle documentation, to help ensure your documents are compliant.

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Your shipping questions answered

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Do I Need Cargo Insurance?

Without cargo insurance, importers are left without any real protection in the event of containers being damaged, lost, or subject to a general average. In these situations, carrier liability is nowhere close to being enough to cover costs. Cargo lines typically offer rates per pound that amount to vastly less than the cargo’s actual worth. Depending on how your bill of lading or airway bill is worded, your total reimbursement may be limited to a maximum of $500 per ocean container (or $9.07 per pound for an air shipment) in the case of a loss. Carrier liability is not insurance.

What Are Incoterms®?

International Commercial terms (“Incoterms®” for short) are a set of three-letter standard trade terms used in international contracts for the sale of goods. Incoterms are widely used in international and domestic commercial transactions, and are essential to understand prior to a shipment. Which terms you and your seller/buyer agree upon will define the responsibilities each party has for the delivery of goods under sales contracts.

The Incoterms® Rules are protected by copyright owned by ICC.  Further information on the Incoterms® Rules may be obtained from the ICC website iccwbo.org.

What is Denied Party Screening?

Denied Party Screening is a process that is done for each of our exports to make sure we are compliant with export regulations. It consists of screening the details of the shipment against lists that the government has compiled of persons, organizations, and corporations that we and/or our customers should not be doing business with.

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