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    Freight Forwarding in Ooltewah

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    Business Listing   Alvey Transport Inc - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 499-9108

    Business Listing   Armstrong Relocation - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 238-8701

    Business Listing   Bill Brown Trucking - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 238-6501

    Business Listing   Four Corners Mini Storage - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 396-2301

    Business Listing   K & K Transportation LLC - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 892-7904

    Business Listing   M & J Trucking LLC - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 894-0190

    Business Listing   Rogers Trucking Services - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 344-0009

    Business Listing   U-Haul CO - Ooltewah, TN - Phone: (423) 238-9261

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    Helpful Definition for: Freight Forwarding

    Freight forwarding, in Ooltewah, denotes the act of organizing shipments for individuals or companies. The carriers used in the process include airplanes, trucks, ships and railroads.

    Freight forwarding typically deals in moving cargo to an international destination. Commercial invoice, shipper's export declaration, bill of lading and other documents required by the carrier or country of export, import, or transshipment are some of the typical information reviewed during freight forwarding. Freight forwarding is generally of two types- Domestic & International. However, in some countries, no such distinction prevails.

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