Is your business in need of international freight shipping services between the UK and the USA? Are you searching for a freight forwarder to transport your company’s drills to the North Sea refineries or import systems for constructing oil pipelines?
There are many factors to take into account when
At Texas International Freight we boast expertise as an ocean freight shipping company you can rely on. We are aware of all the complexities that go into break bulk operations. This makes us a trusted, experienced, dependable heavy machinery transportation company. We have been in the business of ocean freight
Offshore Technology Conference 2019 (AKA Break Bulk Conference II)
OTC is here again. Every May, drilling contractors, original equipment manufacturers, and offshore supply companies come to Houston for the largest oil and gas show in the United States. Last year’s attendance was down from the previous year. (The best-attended conference
Our unique relationship with Kukiaa LLC enlarges our global footprint and, consequently, giving us a competitive edge in assisting our clients more effectively and efficiently with logistics/operations’ needs in shipping to Africa. This has helped to extend our services to include these regions that have political and infrastructural challenges. Whether
Export Heavy Machinery to Australia
Australian customs are very detailed and specific when it comes to how to export heavy machinery to Australia. Heavy machinery is their second biggest import need. But don’t be discouraged. It’s common sense really. Australia is very protective of its land and environment. Bringing
Texas International Freight performs heavy equipment hauling on a daily business. Domestically, we haul heavy equipment by truck within the United States. We also work with the rail lines to ship very heavy LNG tanks and transformers. Last, we work with barging services to ship extraordinarily heavy and bulk cargo.
Shipping to Central Asia (a.k.a. Commonwealth Independent States, a.k.a. Russia’s Near Abroad, a.k.a. “the Chaos-stans”)
In general, shipping to Central Asia is not very different from shipping to the United States. It is all a matter of figuring out the sea freight or air freight, port and airport operations, and inland
Texas International Freight delivered this Brazilian manufactured transformer in mid-July, 2016. Texas International Freight coordinated the ocean shipping from Brazil. We cleared the cargo through US Customs. Then, we worked with CBP to have the cargo timely inspected and released. We managed the stevedores and their use of cranes to