Package Forwarding Defined
Package forwarding is a term that has been newly appointed to an area within the logistics industry responsible for managing the flow of goods between retail merchants, often online retailers, and consumers outside the country boundaries of the merchant.
The emergence of online commerce has ushered in the need for intermediary logistics providers capable of handling massive volumes of customer support, a fundamental requirement of ecommerce environments, along with highly sophisticated warehouse management systems to efficiently manage the steady flow of goods in and out of distribution facilities.
According to Wikipedia, "Package forwarding is an international shipping service offered by shipping companies to international online shoppers who want to do cross-border online shopping. Package forwarding is becoming more and more popular among international shoppers nowadays because of the high growth rate of e-commerce websites and shipping limitations of most such websites..."
Critical to the health and vitality of this industry is guidance and oversight by industry representatives like the IFPFA, NCBFFA, IATA, FIATA, and NVOCC.
From inception, American eBox has firmly stood for the ethical and secure management of cargo, maintaining stewardship of industry principals as defined by IFPFA.
If our members need an ocean container filled with tractor parts, we can do it.
If our members need a fleet of cars sent via ocean or sea, we can do it.
If our members need an iPhone delivered in 72 hours, we can do it.
We are American eBox, your Freight and Package Forwarding Partner!
Parcel Forwarding is our expertise!