Air

Future Forwarding reaches to and from Asia, Europe and South America with our regularly scheduled air cargo services. Find out how our air import and export departments can help you today.

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Ocean

Using our own contracts and those of our global partners, Future Forwarding has access to carriers with a variety of service levels, transit times and pricing. We have a customized solution for just about every need.

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Customs Brokerage

Decades of experience among our licensed Customs brokers helps us to focus on delay-free clearances and deliveries to our import customers. Learn more about our Customs brokerage department.

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eCommerce Fulfillment

A fully automated warehouse and experience in shipping to retailers and consumers alike as well as processing returns make us your first choice from startup to worldwide distribution.

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ABOUT US

In business since December, 2001, Future Forwarding is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, but is also trading in the key gateway of Los Angeles, California. From both locations, Future Forwarding offers its clients a diverse array of services that are both transportation and compliance-related.

Our greatest assets are our people and our customers, and we unceasingly focus on maintaining the greatest possible and longest lasting relationships with both.

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Latest News
Industry news aggregated by Future Forwarding
  • Mexico trucking benchmarks to launch in August July 19, 2019
    [caption caption="Trucking rate information from nine shippers underpins the launch of a benchmarking system that will enable shippers to compare the rates truckers are offering with a market average. Photo credit: Shutterstock"][/caption]Mexican shippers trying to cut trucking costs amid the country’s tight capacity and elevated rates will soon be able...
    Jul 19, 2019 5:21PM EDT
  • Amid sagging trans-Pacific spot rates, analysts forecast mild peak July 19, 2019
    [caption caption="Friday’s spot rates on the Shanghai Containerized Freight Index show that rates in the US import trade from Asia are roughly where they were in mid-July 2018. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com."][/caption]With two analysts expecting less than 3 percent growth this peak season, carriers’ only hope to enjoy an upswing in...
    Jul 19, 2019 4:43PM EDT
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