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WIL Lines Secures Shipping and Logistics Deal with European Dry Food Importer

Dépèche transmise le 22 septembre 2009 par Business Wire

WIL Lines Secures Shipping and Logistics Deal with European Dry Food Importer

WIL Lines Secures Shipping and Logistics Deal with European Dry Food Importer

MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WIL Lines, a logistics integrator based out of South Florida finalized a deal with a European-based importer of US food and beverages. Under the terms of the agreement WIL Lines to transport 80 to 90 large shipping containers of food products per year from ports in Miami and New York to Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port.

Originally operating from their Miami office, WIL Lines began its operations in 2004 and has since experienced tremendous growth; recently opening offices and facilities in New York, New Jersey, Houston and Los Angeles. Now a nationwide enterprise, WIL Lines is leveraging their various offices to fuel their worldwide expansion.

Prompted by greater access to ports on both coasts of the U.S., WIL Lines has also expanded their network of international agents to cover major ports on every continent. These international agents work to assure that their customers’ cargo reaches its destination safely and expediently. Six agents offices are currently operating in key shipping ports across Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa.

“Through our network of worldwide agents we are able to secure the most affordable shipping rates and the fastest routes possible. We are happy to share our global expertise with our customers and find cost-effective solutions to their shipping and logistics needs,” said Richard Bouabdallah, Logistics Manager.

These international agents allow WIL Lines to more accurately track shipments to ports in the Middle East and Africa. Be it through sea, air or land, no corner of the world is out of WIL Lines’ reach.

About WIL Lines

WIL Lines is a shipment consolidator or freight forwarder who are fully licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission as a NVOCC - Non Vessel Operator Common Carrier. It functions as a “carrier” by issuing its own Bills of Lading or Air Waybills and assuming responsibility for the shipments, thereby getting best rates and fastest, most secured routes for our customers.

For more information on WIL Lines, please visit: http://www.wilshipping.com

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