Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier

Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier

A company that ships goods on behalf of a client, especially internationally, but that does not own its own ships or airplanes. It operates much like any other carrier, issuing its own bills of lading or air waybills. The only difference is that an NVOCC does not own the means of transport. An NVOCC is also called a non vessel owning carrier.
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This company has a transferable Federal Maritime license allowing them to work as an International Ocean Transportation Intermediary and a Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) , in business 9 years; majority of their revenues comes from leasing 20', 40 and 45' containers to their client offering LTCL and FCL services on the US east coast and the Caribbean.
Mackenzie has headquartered in Basildon, London and is a freight forwarder and non vessel operating common carrier primarily catering to sea, air and road freight forwarding along with engaged in customs clearance for inbound and outbound shipments from the UK.
is now licensed as a Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) and is offering full container load export service from the United States to ports around the world.
Maruzen was licensed as an Ocean Freight Forwarder in 1975, and since then, has been licensed as a Custom House Broker, Ocean Transportation Intermediary, Non Vessel Operating Common Carrier, and Truck Broker.

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