CaroTrans Strengthens China
CaroTrans, a leading global NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier) and ocean freight consolidator, today announces the deepening of its overall China-U.S. LCL (less than container load) service network with a new partner in Northern China, World Jaguar. This collaboration successfully extends CaroTrans’ existing network of owned offices throughout China and adds a broad scope of direct, weekly services from Qingdao and Tianjin to the U.S. including:
Qingdao to Los Angeles (2x/week), Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Seattle, San Francisco, and Houston
Tianjin to Los Angeles, Chicago and New York
Headquartered in Qingdao, World Jaguar is a well-established NVO in this important trade region and has the most direct LCL services to the U.S. from Qingdao.
CaroTrans now offers comprehensive coverage of all major China ports with a total of 35 direct, weekly LCL consolidation services from China to the U.S. LCL services are offered from Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Xingang, Guangzhou, and Ningbo to points throughout the U.S.
Richard Wu, president of World Jaguar said, “By collaborating with CaroTrans, we bring together like companies that are committed to putting the customer first. CaroTrans offers a proven, well-respected infrastructure of service and support in the U.S. including an extensive network of 14 local branch offices and 24 freight stations.”
“This cooperation with World Jaguar strengthens our combined network to enhance the transpacific transportation services we offer. We are committed to continuously expanding our service portfolio to address our customers’ global transportation requirements,” said Greg Howard, global CEO of CaroTrans.
CaroTrans U.S. to China LCL service network includes direct, weekly services from Los Angeles, Chicago and New York to all major ports in China.
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