NVOCC Ocean Freight

Find international ocean transportation capacity where and when you need it: with over forty years of experience as an NVOCC, our highly responsive service team will tailor the ocean freight forwarding solution that’s right for your business.
  • Global buying power for competitive market prices
  • Capacity to ensure that your ocean laden cargo is booked and on the water so you can meet your customer demands
  • Experience in the ocean trade industry to anticipate changes in the market and help you make the best business decisions
  • Informational tools to give you the visibility you need to ensure your customers have your product when they need it

Global Capacity & Flexibility

Our extensive global presence means that we can pick up and deliver your goods anywhere in the world. LEGACY Supply Chain Services is part of a Top 15 freight forwarding agent network, operating in over 190 countries throughout the world..

  • Extensive global agent network in China, India, European Union, Latin America, Australia, and the Pacific Rim
  • Additional buying power through direct steamship contracts
  • Import, export, and foreign-to-foreign services
  • Door-to-door, port-to-port, door-to-port and drop ship services available from most origins to most destinations

Less Than Container Load (LCL)

  • Multi-vendor / multi-origin / multi-country consolidation
  • Direct consolidated shipments from most major origin port cities
  • Multiple consolidation points within major origin cities
  • Import, export, and foreign-to-foreign ocean freight forwarding services

Full Container Load (FCL)

  • Daily sailings from major origin port cities
  • Contract pricing with multiple ocean carriers
  • Custom container loading with special requirements, including thermal blanket wrap, bracing, and refrigeration

Services to Fit Your Needs

  • Import, export, and foreign-to-foreign ocean freight forwarding services
  • Inland multimodal door services
  • Expedited ocean transport

To learn more about our NVOCC services, please contact us today.

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