Northline has extended its connectivity beyond Australia by expanding its dedicated Global Freight Forwarding Service that provides an integrated transport solution to carry freight door to door around the world.
This comes at a time when Australia has signed free trade agreements with key trading partners South Korea and Japan, and an agreement with China is being brokered. The agreements open up new opportunities for importers and exporters.
Northline’s Global Freight Forwarding Manager Karl Heidenreich said Northline has developed an extensive unique global network to provide customers with a seamless link between international markets and our national supply chain network across Australia.
“It’s a turnkey service for clients that brings together road, rail and sea transportation into the most cost effective and efficient solution, with all freight tracked door to door using Northline’s Webtrack System.”
The Global Freight Forwarding Service also incorporates Customs Processing, Tariff Concessions, Break Bulk and Vessel Charter.