Air and ocean exports

Your ideal export partner

TOC Logistics International, LLC. provides transparent international and domestic air and ocean freight services. Our team works directly with ocean carriers and airlines to offer competitive export rates and make sure your cargo arrives quickly and efficiently.

We help you navigate exports regulations. Our team has developed valuable relationships across the world, which allow us to offer benefits to our customers that otherwise wouldn’t be available.

EXPORTS MADE EASY

We work to eliminate unnecessary obstacles and expenditures so your supply chain can save. Learn about our export services by clicking the arrows below.

Air Services

No matter where you want to ship your cargo, we can get it there. We work with over 1,000 shipping partners throughout the globe. When you work with our air exports team, we negotiate the best rates for your cargo to ship quickly and efficiently, all while saving you money.

Ocean Services

We work with freight lines across the globe to offer you efficient results you can count on. When you work with TOC, you can expect to see a 10-30% reduction in cost and transit times. We’ll help you navigate and reduce ocean shipping rates, and we’ll keep you informed about changes in the industry as they happen.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP

Our capable and experienced team is standing by to assist organizations and supply chains across the globe. Click the button to get in touch with our team.

Our Certifications

TOC Logistics International holds the following certifications:

CNS an IATA Company: Endorsed Agent

Accredited as an IATA agent, TOC Logistics International, LLC. has a direct contract connection with the airlines and provides high-quality service and dependability that airlines and their clients expect.

TOC Logistics International, LLC. is certified by CTPAT, a voluntary government business initiative to strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and US border security.

TOC Logistics International, LLC. is recognized as a Licensed Customs Broker by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. This means we can provide expertise regarding entry procedures, admissibility requirements, classification, valuation, and the rates of duty and applicable taxes and fees for imported merchandise.

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has licensed TOC Logistics International, LLC. as an NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Container Carrier) for providing ocean/air services.

Federal Maritime Commission logo

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has also licensed TOC Logistics International, LLC. (License No. 023587NF) as a FF (Freight Forwarder) for providing ocean/air services.

TOC Logistics International, LLC. has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification to demonstrate our commitment to customers and globally recognized quality of service standards.

Our Services

Air and Ocean Services

Deliver cargo quickly and reliably with air and ocean freight options.

Supply Chain OPTIMIZATION

Optimize your supply chain and create new efficiencies.

Customs Brokerage

Our customs brokers make international shipping easy.

Time Critical Logistics

Our team can help you reduce time critical logistics and save money.

Consolidation Programs

Increase efficiencies and boost savings with our consolidation programs.

5 Things to Know About Starting a Career in Logistics

Pretty much everyone wants to work a job they love, get decent pay, and build a career in a stable industry. Maybe that’s why searches for “logistics jobs” have remained consistent over the last five years. Despite COVID-19, natural disasters, recessions, and...

Supply Chain Certification Breakdown: CTPAT

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the supply chain industry is highly regulated. After all, when billions of dollars of cargo are on the line, there’s a lot that could go wrong without the proper guidelines. That’s why our team spends so much time...

The Effects of Fuel Fluctuations

It’s no secret that gas prices are on the rise. The average consumer likely feels this impact every few days when they go to refuel their car. It can mean anything from a minor inconvenience to a change in lifestyle. The logistics industry, however, is much more...

Air Cargo Facts and Figures

If you’ve been following our blog for a while, this topic might seem a little nostalgic—and for good reason! We wrote about some basic air cargo facts all the way back in 2018. However, it’s no secret that the world has changed since then, so we decided it was time to...

Freight Forwarders vs. NVOCCs

The logistics industry is jam packed with acronyms, jargon, and—our favorite—terms that seem to be incredibly similar and yet somehow different. That’s the case with Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) and Freight Forwarders (FF); while many supply chain...

Top 3 2022 Supply Chain Buzzwords

It seems like just about everyone is talking about supply chains nowadays. The snags in the supply chain are being felt by everyday people, whether it’s the empty shelves at grocery stores or the chip shortages for automotive or consumer goods. With all that talk both...

Addressing the Cause

Something strange has happened over the past few months. The supply chain has somehow become part of the general zeitgeist. A lot of industry professionals can probably think back to years ago and their attempts to explain to their friends and family what it is they...

2022 Logistics Forecast

The last few years in logistics have been an adventure. As we enter 2020, part three, our team has been keeping a pulse on industry trends. Here’s what we’re expecting from the logistics industry throughout 2022. Expect More Delays If your organization hasn’t gotten...

The Current State of Air Freight

Clogged ports, closed terminals, delayed shipments, and capacity-related challenges run rampant in sea and ground transport. These inconveniences have pushed many to turn to the skies instead. Unfortunately, this recent shift to increased air freight has presented its...

The Panama Canal and Natural Supply Chain Disruptions

Like many unpredictable factors in the logistics industry, extreme weather events and drought play a huge role in the success and failure of the supply chain flow. Specifically, we’re talking about the consequences of droughts, flooding from extreme weather, and...