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Business Listing   Bootheel Diesel Fuel Injection Service - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-1039

Business Listing   Breeden C R Enterprises - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 481-0362

Business Listing   Byrd Mini Storage - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-6194

Business Listing   Curtis Don Dump Trucking - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-2805

Business Listing   JA Mar MFG - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-9541

Business Listing   Loco Enterprises - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-0889

Business Listing   M & M Trailer Manufacturing Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-2989

Business Listing   Nafco Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-5586

Business Listing   Overnite Transportation CO - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-0266

Business Listing   Precision Trailer Manufacturing Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-2363

Business Listing   Premiere Auto & Truck Accessories - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-3933

Business Listing   Pro-Form - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-1354

Business Listing   Pullen BROS Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-7896

Business Listing   Redneck Trailer Supplies - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-3839

Business Listing   Reliable Transportation Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-7496

Business Listing   Richards Farms - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-3717

Business Listing   S & J Potashnick Transportation Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-9732

Business Listing   Santie Wholesale Oil CO - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-4541

Business Listing   SEMO Trucking CO - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-9547

Business Listing   Sikeston Mini Storage & Northside Storage - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-3107

Business Listing   Two Tribes Trucking Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-9555

Business Listing   USF Holland Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-2566

Business Listing   Utility Trailers of Sikeston - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-7250

Business Listing   Valley Trailer Products Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-4100

Business Listing   Watkins Johnny D Specialized Hauling - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 472-0461

Business Listing   Wiese Planning & Engineering Inc - Sikeston, MO - Phone: 1 (573) 471-9000

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Helpful Definition for: Freight Forwarding

Freight forwarding, in Sikeston, 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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