M.C. Int'l Freight Forwarder Inc. is a leading provider of Freight Forwarder, Third Party Logistics (3PL) and Transportation. Performing at the highest of industry standards that can offer you Freight Forwarder, Third Party Logistics (3PL) and Transportation services you need to stay ahead.
We are a multi-Client Public Warehouse to Dedicated Contract Warehousing with advanced third-party logistics (3PL) provider distribution and fulfillment services.
One of the advantages of using M.C. Int'l Freight Forwarder Inc is the close proximity to the Port of Miami, Port Everglades, Florida east coast (FEC) and the Miami International Airport that has allowed us to set up distribution for many international company's who ship their material in by container loads or air shipments, then our in-house transportation fleet coordinate to move the freight to be store and reship in small orders as needed by their US customers thus saving time and expense for everyone involved.
We service customers from around the globe offering the highest service at most competitive rates, from Manufacturers, Importers/Exporter to brokers that consider our warehouse facility an extension of their own operations.
We organize shipments for individuals or corporations to get goods from the manufacturer or producer to a market, customer or final point of distribution.
We are capable to move cargo ranging from raw agricultural products to manufactured goods. Freight can be booked on a variety of shipping providers, including airlines, steamship lines, trucks, and railroad.
We are fully knowledgeable in reviewing and prepare the following documents to comply with the carrier(s) or country of export, import, and/or transshipment�
Commercial Invoice - Shipper's Export Declaration - Packing List - Bill of Lading - Airway bill
We are capable to provide transloading, loading / unloding service for ocean containers of any size for goods either floor loaded, on pallets, slip sheets, fabric rolls, barrels, and much more.
Our in-house transportation department has an interchange agreement with every steamship line that arrives to Port of Miami (POMTOC), Port Everglades (PEV) and Jacksonville (JAX Port)including the rail Florida East Cost (FEC).
We help provide an extensive service to our customers facilitating the movement of parts and materials from suppliers to manufacturers, and finished products from manufacturers, and finished products from manufacturers to distributors and retailers.
Among the services we provide are
- Import / Export via Air, Sea or Land
- Cross docking
- Inventory management
- Freight forwarding
- Our own fleet for inland transportation.
With our own fleet we are capable to move full truckloads of freight directly from the point of origin to its final destination in a fashion time anywhere in the contiguous United States.
All our units are equipped with GPS tracking system to provide our customers with exact information of the location of their precious cargo.We have as well a 24/7 secured yard with +/- 800,000 sq. ft. with 600 parking spaces dedicated to storage our customers commodities such as:
- Loaded Containers
- Vehicles for Export
- Industrial Equipment and Machinery
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The dominant mode of freight transportation in the United States, trucking enjoyed its best year in 2012 since the Great Recession of 2008-09. Long-haul truckload and regional less-than-truckload carriers found a balance in supply and demand, and many gave up their past practice of chasing unprofitable freight.
Rates responded by rising early in the year, and carriers were able to sustain them into the fall, producing profits not seen since the mid-2000s. Perhaps no company illustrated carriers' success more than YRC Worldwide, which went from the brink of bankruptcy in 2011 to profitability in the third quarter, barely a year after James Welch took over as chairman and CEO.