CaroTrans and TCC Logistics team up to strengthen transatlantic service
CaroTrans and TCC LOGISTICS, leading neutral, global NVOCCs and ocean freight consolidators, have announced a strategic alliance to serve the growing import and export trade between the United States and France. This new exclusive cooperation goes into effect today, October 1, 2018.
TCC LOGISTICS is integrating CaroTrans’ entire France team into their operations which includes four branch offices and five logistics distribution facilities throughout France. CaroTrans serves US markets with its comprehensive network of local container freight stations and 14 branch offices nationwide.
TCC LOGISTICS is an independent LCL company and a leading actor in the French market based on regular import/export services into France. CaroTrans International is one of the world’s leading NVOCCs providing global less-than container load and full container load services. CaroTrans has a network of offices in Asia, Europe, South America, Oceania, and the United States, along with strong local partners in global markets and also offers a suite of web-based and EDI-enabled ecommerce tools including booking, ocean and inland rates, sailing schedules, and tracking.
France is the eighth largest US goods trading partner with $82.5 billion in total goods trade during 2017. US goods exports to France totaled $33.6 billion and US goods imports from France totaled $48.9 billion, according the Office of the US Trade Representative.
“We’re pleased to be partnering with CaroTrans to deliver the highest level of customer care and support,” said Vincent Leterc, General Manager of TCC LOGISTICS. “Both companies are committed to first-class service for logistics service providers and global freight forwarders and their customers.”
“Together, with TCC LOGISTICS, we have a winning team that will provide premium LCL services and resources for this expanding trade,” said Chris Wilson, president of CaroTrans. “We aim to continuously improve our service portfolio to deliver exceptional solutions and reliability for our customers.”
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