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Air and ocean freight forwarder, NVOCC, and a licensed Customs Broker


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Message from our President

“If you are a Krieger Worldwide client we want to thank you for using our services. If you aren’t then thank you for visiting our website. Our goal is to help your company buy and sell your goods as easily and as problem free as possible. This doesn’t just mean getting your goods delivered on time. It means helping you reduce risk and cost. Generally the biggest costs importers and exporters face are not direct logistics expenses. For example, helping minimize the customs duties you pay or finding ways of getting your goods delivered faster is a much more effective way of improving your bottom line. If problems do arise, we are committed to reacting swiftly and affirmatively to minimize delays in the delivery of your products to you and your customers. I am happy to discuss your import/export and logistics needs and I am looking forward to getting to know you. –Robert Krieger “

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  • FMC Final Rules on Detention and Demurrage May 6, 2020 The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued its interpretive rules on the reasonableness of carrier and marine terminal operator (MTO) policies and practices when assessing demurrage and detention. In 2016 a ...
  • Airfreight Capacity Crunch May 4, 2020 A recent article published by Aircargo News highlights IATA’s latest air cargo analysis, which has drawn attention to the capacity crunch — a knock-on effect of the coronavirus pandemic — ...
  • ARE YOU GETTING THE ABSOLUTE MOST FROM YOUR LOGIST… April 27, 2020 Good morning! First and foremost, we wish for the continued health and safety of you and yours. That is, and always will be, our priority. We understand the difficulties of keeping your business operating smoothly in these trying times. Now more than ever, it is essentialto have a proactive and visionary logistics partner on your side. You need innovative, informative, and flexible solutions across your supply chain operations. Krieger Worldwide will provide them. By analyzing the potential global effects of this pandemic early on, we were able to identify and implement strategies to keep our operations running without interruption. That means work-from-home contingencies, staggered shifts for at-office personnel, online payment portals, full remote telephone functionality, zoom meetings and more. All these, along with CDC, State and Local safety guidelines have been in place since before the shutdowns. We did this because we understand what matters most: continued and seamless service to our clients. These measures also help Krieger Worldwide contribute to the fight against COVID-19. Thus far, we have engaged with our clients in the movement of over 1 million masks and other PPE items, to various locations around the US. That is our part to play in flattening the curve of the virus, while complying with CBP and FDA regulations. We’re here to help. Please click here to view our Krieger Worldwide brochure detailing the wide array of services we can provide as a fully licensed Freight Forwarder and Customs Broker If you have been experiencing logistics issues or inadequate service, or simply would like to know more about how Krieger Worldwide can assist you, contact us! Together, we CAN!
  • Deadline for Duty Deferral April 20, 2020 April 20, 2020 Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released a statement regarding the 90-day postponement of payment for the deposit of certain estimated duties, taxes, and fees. CBP will not return deposits ...
  • Southern Border Update April 22, 2019 Southern Border Update U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released a letter to port stakeholders explaining they expect to experience a very challenging peak summer travel season nationwide. In the letter ...
  • Requirements for Importing Regulated Composite Woo… March 8, 2019 The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Title VI requires composite wood products be tested and certified, ensuring only compliant products are manufactured or imported into the United States. The three composite wood ...

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