Committed to expanding the global supply chain system
Boss International Logistics Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Boss"), founded in 2005, is an innovative enterprise committed to expanding the global supply chain system. It has the NVOCC qualification (GD202108183653) and FMC qualification (030986) of the first-class shipless carrier. At present, the contracted shipping companies include COSCO, ZIM, CUL, EMC, CMA, etc., covering international air transportation, international shipping, international express, import and export customs declaration At the same time, in order to meet the needs of e-commerce customers, the company also opened overseas warehouses, overseas warehouse maintenance, import bonded warehouse maintenance, factory repair, etc. The company continuously integrates international transportation resources, port customs clearance, overseas warehousing services and other advantageous resources, and is committed to providing safe, fast and convenient one-stop logistics services for cross-border e-commerce enterprises and foreign trade enterprises around the world.
After 17 years of development, Shopkeeper Logistics has now developed into a comprehensive cross-border logistics service platform with multi-route development, serving more than 20000 customers in total, opening international transportation lines in the United States, Europe, Canada, Australia and Japan, and comprehensively meeting customers' needs with diversified schemes such as FBA first journey, international air transport, multimodal transport, etc. The routes are mature and stable, the positions are good, the prices are good, the customs clearance speed is fast, the whole process is operated independently, the control is strong, and the quality delivery service of the last kilometer is guaranteed, which has won the unanimous praise of the majority of customers.
At the same time, in order to meet the needs of Amazon bulk sellers and Wayfair bulk sellers, shopkeeper logistics also focused on the global layout, and established overseas warehouses and overseas branches in Los Angeles (5000 square meters), Germany (5000 square meters), Aden (5000 square meters) and Bremen (10000 square meters), respectively, with a storage area of 25000 square meters. The functions of overseas companies include customs clearance in the destination country, final express delivery and truck delivery, one-piece consignment, return Large cargo transshipment, in-warehouse maintenance and other businesses, and the establishment of a German-centered truck delivery network, in which the German company is the designated supplier of Amazon, JD and SF.