Capital Freight Management of St. George Partners with Global Trade & Customs

ST. GEORGE – Capital Freight Management, LLC and Global Trade & Customs, Inc announced a set of broad strategic collaboration agreements to build, market, and support a series of new domestic and international freight management solutions to improve their overall supply chain and logistics services.

The two companies also announced an agreement to provide each other’s clients with a seamless transition from domestic LTL, full truckload, and warehousing to international ocean and air freight services. Under this new model, their clients will realize unprecedented choice and flexibility through improved communication, reduced annual transportation spend, and a team of dedicated Account Managers.

The goal of the collaboration is to improve sustainable and efficient freight transportation services in North America and throughout the world, while continuing to offer discounted freight rates to its current and potential clients.

“We’re excited to be working with Capital Freight Management, whose strengths include its domestic operational, and management experience,” said Marc Sullivan, President and CEO of Global Trade & Customs.

“Too often logistics companies ask their customers to adapt to them. Today we are adapting to our customers,” said Ever Gonzalez, President of Capital Freight Management, LLC. “With this new partnership we’re enabling customers to take advantage of our combined expertise where it makes sense in their company’s infrastructure. We jointly believe that our business and logistics agreements make it possible to offer the highest level of domestic and international supply chain services with the assurance that both of our companies stand behind these solutions.”

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