Odyssey efficiently manages all aspects of international transportation and freight forwarding needs.
Our customers rely on our comprehensive knowledge of import and export processes and regulations that enable us to design custom cost-effective end-to-end international transportation solutions for any size load.
Our full range of international transportation services include:
Globally we move cargo valued at over $60 billion which involves both domestic lanes and shipments through over 100 ports across the globe, and have offices in key locations in Europe and Asia. With our extensive network we can offer door-to-door service for virtually any cargo type.
Our international shipping clients benefit from the reach of our service solutions in more than 30 countries; our subsidiary International Forwarders, Inc. (IFI) is a member of Global Ocean Agency Lines, giving us access to an extensive global network. IFI is also C-TPAT certified, enabling customers to partake in its benefits including expedited processing. With our extensive network we can offer door-to-door service for virtually any cargo type, including chemicals and metals.
Our extensive routes, local experts and breadth of services enable us to support logistics for even the most complex international shipping needs.
AEO status is an internationally recognised quality mark indicating that your role in the international supply chain is secure, and that your customs controls and procedures are efficient and compliant
SQAS is a standardised assessment to evaluate the quality, safety, security and environmental performance of logistics service providers and chemical distributors centrally managed by Cefic. Assessments are carried out by independent assessors.
The ‘Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism’ program initiated in 2001 that was designed to support the highest level of cargo security through strategic importers (road, rail, sea) broker partnerships through actions that improve security without hampering international trade.
An EPA – Industry partnership launched in 2004 in which logistics companies, shippers and carriers voluntarily self-regulate and commit to using equipment that meets increased fuel efficiency and decreased carbon emissions specifications. The collaboration helps the environment and lowers costs.