In international trade, the question of who does what is often answered with a solid “not me.” But a “not me” answer can lead to added costs or stranded shipments. It’s important to know who is responsible for which parts of the shipping process before hiring a freight forwarder.
Every freight forwarding quote contains fine-print language at the end. Shippers often view the end of a contract as less critical, bore-me-to-tears, boilerplate language—however, while it may be boring, the fine print includes some of the most important details of your quote.
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