10 million Euros: That’s what iContainers expects to bill in 2015. More than 11 million Dollars. 90% more than the previous year. It’s amazing see how we are growing in such little time. There’s only one explanation: we are making history in the Global Freight Industry . With our search engine, it takes only 15 seconds to get a free quote for your ocean freight, containers shipment and exports. If Amazon changed the way you shop and Expedia the way you book your travel, now it’s our turn. We are changing the way freight forwarding is done.
Last September,16,000 containers were shipping using our online platform, a record number during the 7 years that our company has been in business. The increase is due to the opening of our Miami offices 2 years ago and the implementation of our Door-to-Door service between USA and Spain . If we add to these factors the good performance of China’s imports and international moves, the result is a portfolio of 2,000 customers. Not bad.
The Internet is without a doubt the key to success for iContainers as the Founder and Global Director, Carlos Hernandez stressed in the Nuevo Herald this week:
“The United States has one of the strongest economies in the world and uses the Internet more than any other country. We are just starting up in Miami, but for us it is the door to South and Central America. It’s the natural next step in growing internationally with an emphasis in small and medium-sized companies.”
So what can we do for you? Ocean freight to China,ship a container to Karachi or export to Nicaragua? Whatever your needs are, iContainers aggregates private freight rates for over 100,000 trade routes to more than 300 destinations , including South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
iContainers is an Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI), Ocean Freight Forwarder, a Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC), registered, licensed, and bonded at the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), member of the World Cargo alliance (WCA), the Federación Española de Asociaciones de Empresas Transitarias (FEITA), and the Asociación de Transitarios Internacionales de Barcelona (ATEIA).
"The problem with these costs is that they’re often impossible to predict and are thus hardly ever considered when analyzing and comparing ocean freight rates"
Klaus Lydsal, vice president of operations at iContainers