General

The International Maritime Organization is putting into place worldwide low-sulphur rules for shipping fuel. These low sulphur rules take effect 1 January, 2020.
The new rules mandate that sulphur will not make up more than .5% of fuel burned by ocean going ships. Presently, ships can burn fuel that contain

Shipping Grain China

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

Maersk and Alibaba Team Up
The biggest news in global logistics for 2016 happened when Maersk and Alibaba announced their partnership in which Maersk offers Chinese shippers the option to reserve space on Maersk’s Containerships through Alibaba’s OneTouch Booking system.  At present, traditionally shippers must go through freight forwarders. This

We think there should be an appraisal of last year’s logistics, a 2016 logistics review. 2017 is in full throttle, but before we get carried away with possible anticipations, 2016  must be studied closer since it was a rather interesting, standalone year in logistics. From reports of over capacities of

As your international freight expert, let Texas International Freight arrange your next shipment from the United Kingdom. We can meet every shipping requirement from the United Kingdom to the United States. From break bulk freight and shipping containers to vehicles, shipping with us will give you the confidence that your cargo

Texas International Freight takes pride in offering the highest of standards in operational excellence, while keeping vigilant on matters of safety and protecting the environment.  We offer barge services in the Gulf of Mexico Region.
Barge Services Areas
We offer barge services in the Intercoastal Waterway, and in the Mississippi River