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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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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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
  • Noted: The Supply Chain in Brief February 25, 2020
    Take a look at notable good works, green projects, acquisitions, and more from February 2020.
  • Coronavirus Precautions February 25, 2020
    Manufacturers with primary and sub-tier suppliers near Wuhan, China, can use these five guidelines to plan ahead for any COVID-19 impact.
  • New round of Asia-Europe capacity cuts as demand falls March 30, 2020
    [caption caption="The 2M Alliance will withdraw 21 percent of its capacity from Asia-North Europe and 22 percent from Asia-Med routes from early April to mid-June. Photo credit:"][/caption]A second wave of capacity cuts will hit Asia-Europe shippers in the second quarter as carriers blank 22 sailings to match an expected...
    Mar 30, 2020 1:26PM EDT
  • Breakbulk shippers increasing ISPM 15 ‘self-mitigation’ measures March 30, 2020
    [caption caption="A lack of transparency remains a major impediment to compliance with ISPM 15, rules meant to prevent the introduction of invasive and destructive pests like the Asian longhorned beetle (pictured) via wood packaging materials (WPM). Photo credit:"][/caption]Facing the prospect of steep fines and re-exportation costs, shippers in the...
    Mar 30, 2020 8:02AM EDT
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