Transportation.com Goes Global

Transportation.com has announced it is offering its members access to the $2.7 trillion world trade market with reliable, fully integrated air, ocean and land transportation and logistics management services covering major markets throughout the world. With an experienced international team in eight domestic offices in Atlanta, Charleston, S.C., Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Jersey and

Transportation.com has announced it is offering its members access to the $2.7 trillion world trade market with reliable, fully integrated air, ocean and land transportation and logistics management services covering major markets throughout the world.

With an experienced international team in eight domestic offices in Atlanta, Charleston, S.C., Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Jersey and New York, along with a network of alliance partners in 88 different countries, Transportation.com will provide its membership with the ability to manage a seamless worldwide transportation network.

"We have added significant strength to our overall service portfolio and solidified our position as a global transportation management company," said James Ritchie, president and CEO of Transportation.com. "The market has been looking for a company that can offer both domestic and global transportation and logistics management services. We believe this strategy has now been proven correct as is evidenced by our business success."

Serving both the import and export markets, Transportation.com provides the ability to coordinate and manage the transportation of international shipments including documentation, customs clearance, consular and letter of credit functions.

"Several shippers within our membership community have joined us with a substantial import/export business needing high quality, direct service and coverage," said Ritchie.

In the near future, Ritchie said Transportation.com will be adding a suite of Web-enabled tools to allow shippers to manage their global shipping needs with greater efficiency and speed.

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