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Head quartered in Los Angeles we are an independent privately owned Freight Forwarding Company and a registered U.S.A California Corporation. With over 35 years of shipping experience we offer a complete ocean shipping and air transportation service.

We are “Bonded” and “Licensed” by the US Federal Maritime Commission for Ocean Freight Shipments as an NVOCC, Our FMC license number is 017594N. This is a US Federal Government requirement for any company engaged in the business of international ocean freight services.

When choosing a company for your shipment please make sure that any other companies offering Ocean Freight Services are also licensed by this US Federal Agency

AbleCargo.Com is also proud to be a member of the following associations and institutions :
Transport Intermediaries Association” An organization for US Based Freight Forwarders
FIATA” A world wide Freight Forwarding institution FIATA
The “San Diego” Better Business Bureau
National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America

Our biggest asset is customer service, with a global perspective. We believe in giving our customers a “Top Class” service along with competitive pricing.

We have warehouse locations in all US Major ports and throughout the USA for receiving goods for international shipments to all world wide destinations.

With overseas agents based worldwide we can service your import – export needs what ever the commodity may be.

References available by request, please contact our office.

Secure shipping

with insurance

Ship your items with peace of mind knowing you are fully covered

while they are being sent to your destination!

Ask us about the details!

Recent Updates & Stories

Check out our stories, blog posts and featured events to be kept up to date with the hottest news and updates in the industry.

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