The single most crucial element of planning is to be the one that makes your final decision and therefore controlling your destiny. When the planning of the logistics of your goods, your freight, your customs declaration is placed into the hands of someone else, you are at their destiny and control. They are now the ones making the decision on how to handle your goods and you have to hope they are making their decision based on your interests.
So are they?
How can you tell if they are?
I can let you know if they are looking after your interests, or their own.
What you don’t know can cost you:
Let’s face it; we are all in business to make money. Brokers and forwarders are no different and what you don’t know will cost you. Ancillary fees and service charges are fees to facilitate the handling of your shipments. Other examples are upcharges on everything from freight, drayage, terminal charges, and demurrage as what you pay is not always the amount that is charged.
There are ways to avoid ancillary fees and ways to ensure you are being charged the same amount as what your broker or forwarder is paying their contractor. It will take more handling on your part but if your goal is to save money and increase your profits, isn’t it worth maintaining control over your logistics? Let me show you how you can avoid paying these extra charges and potentially bumped up fees
STRATEGY: A BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK.
If you are a results oriented person and if you are the one person in charge of your results, should it not be to your advantage to ensure everything that can be done is being done?
Control your results.
Control your costs.
Control your profit and you will see how easy it is to take the stress out of logistics.
Successful customs compliance and customs process starts with due diligence and planning ahead