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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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  • U.S. and China Trade Talks February 1, 2019 The United States and China resumed trade talks in Washington on Wednesday, January 30, 2019. Vice Premier Liu He, suggested that President Trump meet with President Xi in late February ...

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