To our customers & prospective ones, book your air & ocean shipments whether consolidating or full container loads earlier than usual to deal withthe end of the year holidays & backlogs experienced with carriers every year.

Call ETC Intl. Freight System to prevent a lock down of your cargo. Good logistics don’ t stop for holidays.

ETC Management.


Sourced by JOC


The Art of Boxship Supply and Demand 
Asked recently to explain an ocean container market in which freight rates and liner profits have collapsed this year after soaring in 2010, the Asia-based CEO of a Top 20 container line channeled best-selling business management author Tom Peters: “If you’re not confused, you’re not following.”

International maritime: Maersk Adds Three European Ports to Daily Maersk 
Maersk Line will add three European ports its Daily Maersk “conveyor belt” service between Asia and Europe, seeking to counter the recently announced alliance between rivals CMA CGM and Mediterranean Shipping Co.

North China Port Traffic Grows as Production Shifts 
The migration of manufacturing in China inland and north to avoid higher labor costs in the south is now being reflected at the country’s ports, said container lines and analysts.

India’s Cochin Gains Second Direct Container Service  
MOL is adding a call at the Vallarpadam International Container Transshipment Terminal in India’s Port of Cochin, bringing the number of direct weekly services to DP World’s new container facility to two.

Government + Regulation: Senate Panel Approves Multimodal, Truck Safety Bills 
A Senate committee approved measures on Wednesday that would establish a multimodal freight program, mandate electronic onboard recorders on all trucks, and tighten hazardous materials regulation.

Five Carriers Consolidate Asia-South America Services 
Hamburg Sud and Maersk Line will combine a Asia-South America service with a service operating by CMA CGM, CSAV and China Shipping Co., starting later this month.

Truckload Rate Index Rises 8.5 Percent 
Truckload linehaul rates rose 8.5 percent year-over-year in November, according to Cass Information Systems and investment research firm Avondale Partners.

Logistics & economy: Thai Floods Causes Shortfall in PC Shipments  
Shortages of hard disk drives caused by the flood in Thailand will result in a shortfall of 3.8 million shipments exports of PCs in the first quarter of 2012, according to a new IHS forecast.

International Maritime: MSC to Launch West Coast-Australia Service  
Mediterranean Shipping Co. will begin direct service from Oakland and Long Beach to Australia and New Zealand, starting later this month.

Government + regulation: FMC Looks to Allow NVOs to Jointly Contract Shippers 
The Federal Maritime Commission agreed Thursday to move forward with a long-stalled proposal that would allow unrelated non-vessel-operating common carriers to jointly offer contracts to shippers.

Air + Expedited: Korean Air Cargo Tumbles in Third Quarter 
Korean Air’s cargo traffic fell 5.9 percent in the third quarter, and the world’s largest international freight airline said it expects a deep slowdown in high-tech shipments out of Asia to persist.



ETC International Freight System sales & operations will be available with a skeleton crew following ThankGiving this Friday November 25th 2011 from 9:30 AM through 3:30 PM. This is in response to our foreign customers in the USA having a chance to get their air or ocean freight questions or traffics handled on the spot.

Sourced through JOC

Occupy Movement Calls for Shutdown of West Coast Ports 
The Occupy Movement is calling for a shutdown of all West Coast ports on Dec. 12, but they will have to pursue their goal without the cooperation of the powerful International Longshore and Warehouse Union.

LaHood Warns Super Committee Failure Will Hit Transport Programs 
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood decried the failure of the congressional super committee to reach an agreement on budget reductions on Monday, warning the collapse of the effort could lead to major cuts in transportation and infrastructure programs.

Antwerp Builds Major Lock to Handle Larger Ships  
Antwerp has begun construction of a major lock that will allow the inland Belgian port to keep pace with the increasing size of containerships and boost its competitive position in the Le Havre-Hamburg port range.


Port of LA Exports Rise 28.1 Percent to Record High 
The Port of Los Angeles in October saw imports rise 5.5 percent from the same period a year ago and exports jump 28.1 year-over-year, an all-time monthly high

Truckload Rates to Rise 10 Percent in 2012, FTR Says 
Shippers are likely to face steep increases in truckload rates in the next two years, followed by a recession in 2014 or 2015, a transportation economist warns.

Rail – Four Unions Reach Agreement with Rails 
Major U.S. railroads have new tentative agreements with four of the 11 unions needed to avert a potential nationwide strike or lockout in December.

U.S. Intermodal Shipments 
September year-over-year traffic growth was led by 11.4 percent growth in 53-footers, although 20-footers dipped 0.6 percent and 40-footers were off 3.6 percent. Sequentially September 53-foot traffic upticked 0.2 percent, while 40-footers were off 2.3 percent and 20-footers off 7.4 percent.

ETC Intl. Freight System is a licensed freight forwarder, NVOCC bonded & a California Corporation since 1984. Whether, you seek air or ocean freight & to our broad customer base, we offer warehousing, distribution, packing, crating, trucking, customhouse brokerage & inland delivery/pickup services. For more information or pricing through the web, please visit us at www.etcinternational.com


ETC Freight System completed the export of 32 ocean containers of Sun flower seeds to China through one of our service contracts coupled with the handling of the drayage & export declaration. This is our second year at it. If you need any ocean freight to any destination, we welcome your queries.

Reid Malinbaum / CEO


Sourced by businessweek.com

Intermodal freight transport refers to the movement of freight containers or vehicles using multiple modes of transportation without any handling of the freight when changing modes. The hyper connectivity of the global supply chain, increased fuel costs, security concerns, and changing policy issues have increased scrutiny on global transportation infrastructure. Can better management of existing infrastructure and broader considerations on future investments improve this industry? 

Intermodal freight transport is part of Business Exchange, suggested by Steven Brenman. This topic contains 437 news and 122 blog items. Read updated news, blogs, and resources about Intermodal freight transport. Find user-submitted articles and reactions on Intermodal freight transport from like-minded professionals

2010-04-26 10:49:02 – Kazakhstan Freight Transport Report 2010 – a new market research report on companiesandmarkets.com

In June 2009, it was announced that the World Bank and the government of Kazakhstan had signed a multi-billion-dollar loan for the South-West Roads Project. This is a key transport artery that will traverse Kazakhstan, from the border with Russia to the north to the border with Kyrgyzstan to the south. It is part of a much larger transport programme to link Western Europe and China via Russia and Central Asia. The loan is for US$2.125bn to assist with the cost of upgrading the existing road – built during the Soviet years – between Aktobe, near the border with Russia, and Shymkent, near the border with Kyrgyzstan. The road will run for 1,062km and once complete it will form part

 Freight Transport Association launch online tachograph reporting…more

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) will be launching its new online tachograph reporting suite, the Reporting…

Recent Posts on mhwmagazine.co.uk. Published on April 14, 2010

11/14/11 Sourced by JOC

Container Shipping: When Capacity Turns  
Some shippers are reporting tight vessel space on the Pacific, and there are more than idle concerns about future capacity.

Egyptian Trade: After the Spring 
Egypt’s chances for economic revival are on hold until the country’s new leadership decides how populist a course to chart.

Warehouse/Distribution: Racing Toward Efficiency 
Sketchers’ massive California DC underscores the lengths retailers and manufacturers will go to cut fat from their supply chains.

Trans-Pacific Carriers Seek Post-Holiday Rate Hike  
Trying again to stop the erosion of rates that has hit major east-west trade lanes this year, shipping lines in the eastbound Pacific intend to implement interim rate hikes on Jan. 1, 2012.

Chinese Solar Manufacturers Dim Production  
Three major Chinese solar manufacturers are trimming shipment expectations for the rest of the year as a slowing global economy drains demand and proposed trade barriers threaten U.S. sales.

Air Freight Cathay Pacific Says Holiday Cargo Peak ‘Unlikely’ 
Cargo transported by Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific and sister carrier Dragonair fell for the seventh straight month in October, and the companies warned the usual year-end peak was “unlikely.”

Five Carriers to Suspend Asia-Latin America Loop  
Five carriers that operate three joint services between Asia, Mexico and the West Coast of South America plan to suspend one of those services during the slack winter season.

Analyst Says Eurozone Volatility Pulls Down China Exports 
The Eurozone’s lurch from crisis to crisis is the prime reason for the soft Chinese export growth piling downward rates pressure on the sluggish Asia-Europe trade lane, said an IHS Global Insight analyst.

Hamburg Regains Spot as No. 2 European Box Port 
The port of Hamburg wrested back second place in Europe’s container league from Antwerp, with a 15.3 percent surge in traffic in the first nine months of the year.

Japanese Economy Regains Growth in Third Quarter  
The Japanese economy grew 1.5 percent in the July-September quarter from the preceding quarter, or at an annualized pace of 6 percent, the first growth in four quarters, the Japanese government said.


Under the hospices of ETC International Freight System, our account executive Danna Creal handled a delicate exotic tropical plant from the LAX to Mahe Airport Seychelles Island.

5 of the plants that were shipped and the following is a brief summary of how the shipment was managed. 

  1. International Air Export of the Exotic Tropical Bromeliad Plants from Los Angeles, CA to Mahe Island Seychelles. 
  2. Coordinated pickup from supplier of 1000 plants packaged into 75 boxes – each boxes being 14″ x 20″ x 30″ weighing 30 pounds each
  3. Managed & administered all necessary documentation for shipping, including Phytosanitary Certificates from Dept of Agriculture, Import Permits, Commercial Invoice & Master Air Export Documentation
  4. Insurance provided based on FPA / Total Loss of the value declared
  5. Ensured seamless delivery of plants to airline & arranged for provided required temperature control between 50-65 degrees Fahrenheit from origin airport/LAX to destination airport/SEZ




From Dimitri Malinbaum / Account executive

I have grown one department that specializes in shipping quads, dirt bikes & street bikes. To those customers, we provide heat treated wooden custom crates for international shipping, we use tie down straps to secure the bikes to the base of the crate, blocking / bracing each tire to prevent any movement inside the crates. Digital pictures are sent to the clients. We fly or ocean freight them with our weekly consolidation services working closely with our overseas agents that clear & deliver them to the consignees’ doors. My biggest destination among many that we service is to the Pacific Rim. When needing air or ocean freight pricing for your vehicles, please ask for me for a competitive bid.

FAQ’s, shipping know how – (CIF C&F, DDP DDU, FOB…..)

  • CIF: Cost of insurance & freight
  • C & F: Cost of freight
  • DDP: Duty delivery paid
  • DDU: Duty delivery unpaid
  • FOB: Free on board (apply this term to the airport / port of departure only)

How to calculate a CBM, Conversion, Exchange rate…

  • CBM or cubic meter 1 CBM = 35.3145 cubic feet (CFT.)
  • CFT or cubic feet 35.3145 CFT = 1 CBM


  • Inches: 2.54 CM (centimeters)
  • Conversion of pounds to kilograms
  • 2.2046 pounds = 1 kilo

How air freight is calculated Volume Weight internationally versus domestically.

  • Internationally, your volume weight is checked against your gross weight: Length x Width x height in inches = cubic inches : 166 volume weight in pounds
  • Domestically:your volume weight is checked against your gross weight: Length x Width x height in inches = cubic inches : 194 volume weight in pounds

Description of FCL, LCL. Internal dimensions

  • 20′: 19′.5″ x 7′. 8″ W x 7′. 9″ H – 1250 CFT. maximum weight 36000 pounds
  • 40′ 36′ 5″ x 7′. 8″ x 7′ . 9″ H – 2450 CFT. maximum weight 40000 pounds

Industry information:

TSA Requirements of “Known” vs. “Unknown” Shippers:

  • You need to call ETC International Freight System, as the access to the information is restricted

Posting of updated Rules & Regulations:

  • Ask us to add you into our quaterly E-Newsletter


  • Federal Maritime licensed / Non vessel operator common carrier

Shipping as an individual:

  • EIN required by the U.S Customs just like a business but a 5 minutes process. Call ETC International Freight System for the link.

News sourced with JOC

Operations Resume at Oakland as Protest Eases 
Cargo-handling operations at the Port of Oakland returned to normal Thursday morning following a night of disruptions from the Occupy Oakland movement.

OOCL Container Revenue Plummets 8.3 Percent  
Revenue at Orient Overseas Container Lines fell 8.3 percent in the third quarter as new capacity helped push average revenue per container down 14 percent from a year ago.

Savannah Container Traffic Jumps 11.1 Percent 
Container throughput in September at the Port of Savannah jumped 13.5 percent sequentially from August and by 11.1 percent year-over-year.

Hong Kong, Twice Cooked? 
The Hong Kong Development Council’s annual Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference is coming up in a couple of weeks, and it comes at what looks to be a critical time of change in one of the world’s great trading cities.

Will They Never Learn? 
It’s not a problem of too much vessel capacity, but rather good old-fashioned rate wars that have destroyed pricing on the Asia-Europe and trans-Pacific trade lanes.

Maersk’s Barfod Discusses No-Show Clause, Reefer Slow-Steaming Challenges 
Thue Barfod, refrigerated container business development manager at Maersk Line Hong Kong, discusses Maersk’s new no-show clause with Stephanie Nall of Cool Cargoes while attending TPM Asia in Shenzhen. He also offers his thoughts on the challenges that reefer shippers face from ultra show-steaming.


Rotterdam Sees Traffic Rise, Expects Slow Year-End  
Rotterdam container traffic in the first three quarters of 2011 grew 7.7 percent year-over-year, but Europe’s biggest port warned growth will decline for the rest of the year because a weaker economy will pull down exports.

Fines Against ILWU for EGT Protest Top $300,000 
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union was fined $65,000 for blocking access to a controversial grain terminal in Longview, Wash., bringing the total fines levied against the union to more than $300,000.

TransForce to Buy Quik X, Sales Jump 49 Percent 
TransForce’s acquisition of a cross-border, expedited less-than-truckload carrier expands the Canadian trucking giant’s reach further into the U.S.

Net Orders for Heavy Trucks Rose in October 
Preliminary net orders for Class 8 trucks defied recessionary expectations in October, rising month-over-month and year-over-year, according to ACT Research.

TSA Takes Fire for Missing Cargo Screening Deadline 
Senior Democratic members of the House Homeland Security Committee on Monday criticized the Transportation Security Administration for not meeting a December deadline to screen 100 percent of cargo arriving via passenger aircraft.


October 24, 2011 News from JOC

US Corn Exporters Double Up on China Sales  
China may double its corn imports from the U.S. this season, adding to a burgeoning year for American exporters and giving railroads and ocean carriers a boost in grain shipments until about August 2012.

US Distilled Grain Exports Will Rebound, Report Says  
U.S. exports of distilled grains with soluble should grow about 2.5 percent this season after declining 11 percent year-over-year in the first half of 2011, according to the Agriculture Marketing Resource Center.

Hong Kong Freight Tumbles 6.1 Percent 
Air freight moving through Hong Kong fell 6.1 percent year-over-year in September, the seventh straight monthly decline and a lackluster start to the peak fall shipping season

Oct 19 News from JOC

Shippers Face Major Losses From Rena Disaster 
Shippers without specific safeguards in bills of lading who lose cargo from the stranded container ship Rena off the coast of New Zealand may see strict limits on their compensation as the complicated international rules of cargo liability take hold, according to a maritime attorney in Washington.

CSX Profit Rises 12 Percent on Slight Traffic Gain  
CSX Transportation saw its profit rise 12 percent to $464 million in the third quarter, as revenue increased 11 percent from a year earlier to nearly $3 billion while freight volume edged up just 1 percent.

Industry Expert Says Carriers Won’t Fix Chassis Prices 
An ocean carrier group seeking expanded antitrust immunity for its chassis pools isn’t trying to fix the rates truckers pay for equipment, a former chairman of Consolidated Chassis Management said.

CMA CGM, Emirates Upgrade Asia-Africa Service 
CMA CGM Group and Emirates Shipping Line upgraded their joint service linking Asia to East Africa by deploying larger vessels “to support the strong and regular growth of this trade.”

Japan’s Osaka Container Trade Surges 15.2 Percent 
International containerized trade through western Japan’s Port of Osaka in the first half of the year surged 15.2 percent year-over-year to 1,054,581 20-foot equivalent container units, according to preliminary figures released by the Osaka municipal government.

Russia’s Trans-Container Traffic Up 9.3 Percent 
Trans-Container, Russia’s largest rail container operator, boosted third quarter traffic by 9.3 percent year-over-year, partly due to 28.7 percent jump in export shipments.

Eurotunnel Revenue Jumps 9.2 Percent 
Groupe Eurotunnel, operator of the undersea rail tunnel between France and the U.K., boosted third quarter revenue 10 percent year-over-year on higher truck and rail freight traffic.

Economist Says US Exports Will Lead Trade Recovery 
The U.S. container trades will bounce back in the long term, and it will be exports that lead the way, according to a trade economist.

Cargolux Begins Two US Services to Australia, Africa 
Cargolux is launching two new freighter air services connecting the U.S. with Australia and the west coast of Africa.

Oct 17 News from JOC

Container Shipping: Looking Beyond the Fine Print 
With pain from the downturn and sudden capacity shortages still fresh, some shippers are putting their lessons to work in new-style contracts with carriers

Vehicle Shipping: Restarting the Ro-Ro Engines  
Auto vehicle shipments have recovered faster than expected from the supply chain disruptions caused by March disasters in Japan, but car carriers are still ailing from the blow.

Vehicle Shipping: Rolling Across Asia 
Efforts are under way to build scheduled roll-on, roll-off service within Asia, but financial hurdles remain

OOCL’s Zaninelli Warns of Container Crunch 
A shipping executive warned exporters to plan ahead for their equipment needs because empty containers will be increasingly difficult to secure during the coming winter and spring.

FMCSA Launches US-Mexico Trucking Program 
The Department of Transportation on Friday approved one Mexican trucking company’s request to operate on U.S. highways but placed a second carrier’s plans to join a cross-border trucking pilot project on hold pending a safety review.

Cathay Cargo Sees No Sign of Peak 
Cargo carried by Cathay Pacific Airways and Dragonair contracted for the sixth straight month in September as demand for exports out of China remained weak with no sign of a buildup toward a peak season.

October 13, 2011

News sourced through JOC

Congress Passes Three Free Trade Pacts 
Congress on Wednesday passed free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea.

Stranded Container Ship Expected to Break Apart  
A chartered Mediterranean Shipping Co. container ship that foundered on a reef in New Zealand’s Bay of Plenty is expected to break apart in next few days,

DB Schenker Begins Germany-China Container Rail Service 
DB Schenker said its new daily rail container service between Germany and China, starting in late November, will more than halve the transit time of sea transport.

Transportation: Leading or Lagging Indicator? 
Over the past few weeks the freight economy has seemed almost bullish even as the Economic Cycle Research Institute and others warn of impending recession.

Log, Lumber Exports to China Expected to Double 
The value of Canadian and U.S. log and lumber shipments to China in 2011 will double to $2.6 billion from last year, as North American producers gain a larger share of the market, according to Wood Resource Quarterly.

Horizon Plans Westbound Pacific Rate Increase 
Horizon Lines said it will raise rates on its U.S. shipments to China on Nov. 1 to match announced increases by members of the Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement.

Congested Indian Port Suspends Export Operations 
The port-terminal authorities at Chennai, India’s second-largest container gateway, temporarily suspended export cargo movements and scaled back vessel handling as congestion at its two marine terminals reached a critical level

Japanese Container Exports to Slow, Analyst Says 
Japanese containerized cargo exports will slow to 0.2 percent in fiscal 2011, which started on April 1, after growing 9.2 percent the fiscal year previous, said a Japanese research firm.

US Trade Deficit With China Hits Record $29 Billion 
The U.S. trade deficit narrowed slightly to a four-month low in August but the trade deficit with China hit a record $29 billion, as the Senate attempts to punish the country for manipulating its currency.

Lufthansa Sees ‘Major Setback’ in Frankfurt Flight Ban 
Lufthansa Cargo CEO Karl Ulrich Garnadt says the carrier remains committed to an expansion plan at Frankurt Airport despite the “major setback” from a court that banned ban night flights at Europe’s largest air freight airport.

Frankfurt, London Heathrow Cargo Traffic Down 
Frankfurt airport in September handled 5.3 percent less freight than a year ago and London Heathrow’s cargo traffic shrunk 3.7 percent, highlighting the accelerating slowdown in the global air cargo market.

Cargolux Gets Second 747-8 Freighter, Loads First 
Cargolux has loaded cargo onto its first 747-8 freighter and will take over a second aircraft Thursday, after settling a contractual dispute with Boeing that prompted Europe’s largest all-cargo carrier to refuse delivery last month.

Freight Shipping Index Reaches Three-Year High 
The Cass Freight Index for U.S. shipments jumped to its highest level in more than three years in September, growing 7.5 percent over the same month a year ago and defying suggestions of a new downturn in the American economy.

Drewry Says Container Lines Face More Losses 
Excess capacity and insistence on chasing unprofitable market share will cause many container ship lines to lose money this year despite global volume growth of more than 7 percent, Drewry Maritime Research said in its quarterly Container Forecaster.

TSA Fails to Meet Cargo Screening Deadline 
The Transportation Security Administration will not meet its Dec. 31 deadline to screen all cargo on international passenger flights, the agency told industry stakeholders.

Qatar Airways Adds North America Freighter Services 
Qatar Airways is launching scheduled freighter services to Atlanta, Houston and Toronto, the latest expansion in the Gulf Arab carrier’s bid to become one of the world’s biggest air cargo operators within five years.

Other News from ETC Intl. Freight System

Whether shipping air or ocean, import or export, call ETC INTERNATIONAL FREIGHT SYSTEM (800-383-3157 or email at sales@etcinternational.com

Aside from your overseas shipping, we offer warehousing, distribution, inland full container (FCL) or less than a container load (LCL) as well as full truck load (FTL) or less than a truck load (LTL). Besides, we will handle your insurance, packing & crating as well as customs clearance (USA or internationally).


ETC International Freight System

How Will Rising Fuel Prices Affect Transportation?

This guest post is provided by Michael Koploy. Koploy, an ERP Analyst at Software Advice, provides consumers with reviews and comparisons of transportation management software for Software Advice. The original post on this topic can be found here.

Businesses are successfully run on efficient transportation, and efficient transportation requires cheap gasoline to survive. When fuel costs rise, this affects many businesses’ bottom lines. And while many businesses don’t pass this on to consumers, this isn’t the case for many commodities, including corn, rubber, aluminum, beef, wheat, and cotton, among others. All of these are easily outpacing inflation.

Let’s take a look at the impact of rising fuel prices, from both a consumer and business standpoint. It doesn’t just affect how much it takes to fill up.

Rising Gas Prices

The ’79 oil crisis brought gas to close to $3.50 when adjusted for inflation. Funny that $3.50 gas today seems the norm…even “cheap,” by some standards.

US Gasoline Prices vs World Gasoline Prices

In Mid-May, gasoline in Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Sweeden, and Italy cost over twice the average US price.

Businesses are Raising Gas Prices In Response to Higher Fuel Costs

As fuel prices increase, so do the operating costs for businesses. In response, many are forced to raise their prices.

The “Trickle Down” is Leading to Rising Commodity Prices

The change in commodity prices from January 2010 to January 2011 is outpacing inflation – to put it mildly. See what I mean below.

PPI/CPI Inflation

To see the effect on the economy as a whole, just take a look at the indexes.



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July 4th, 1776…The Logistical Tail of a Revolution

american-flagGiven my heavy business travel, I read a lot.  I read mostly non-fiction and a lot of history, so when I got an email from a Freightdawg reader about an interesting“infographic” put forth by Derby Logisticson the supply chain challenges of the American Revolution, I was interested.  Most interesting of all were the challenges the British faced in fighting a war 3000 miles away by sea.

The “logistical tail” of an army is the supply chain that keeps the beans, bandages and bullets flowing to the front.   This has been a strategic element of armies from the beginning of time.  It was critical to the defeat of Napoleon and later, the Nazi’s in Russia.  It was physical limiter that ultimately contained the Roman Empire.  It’s also why some of the finest minds in Logistics today are in the United States military.   It’s also one of the key reasons a bunch of farmers and militia folks lead by an aristocratic professional leader like Washington could challenge then eventually defeat the greatest superpower of the age.  

Check this article out on the supply chain that won the American Revolution.   Our country owes much to those who worked to move the materiel that General Washington needed but we also owe our fortunes to the Atlantic Ocean, which forced great hardship on the British.    


I find the above article a nice departure from the often dry transportation news & thank you Mr. Joiner for putting out this historically interesting article.

ETC Intl. Freight System is a licensed freight forwarder, NVOCC bonded & a California Corporation since 1984. Whether, you seek air or ocean freight & to our broad customer base, we offer warehousing, distribution, packing, crating, trucking, customhouse brokerage & inland delivery/pickup services. For more information or pricing through the web, please visit us at www.etcinternational.com


Reid Malinbaum



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