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Air Freight Forwarder listings:
503-736-5950
OIA Global Logistics
650-653-6600
Panalpina Inc.
Website: www.panalpina.com
610-891-8100
Pilot Freight Services
Website: www.pilotdelivers.com
212-689-4151
Quick International
516-921-4101
SBA Global Logistics Services
Website: www.sbaglobal.com
Span Alaska
Website: www.spanalaska.com
302-253-3935
Trinity Logistics, Inc.
856-317-9600
Tucker Company Inc.
Website: www.tuckerco.com
UniGroup Logistics
Website: www.unigrouplogistics.com
650-692-1142
W.J. Byrnes & Co.
Website: byrnesglobal.com/
952-854-2600
William L. Griffin & Co.
630-795-1300
XPO Logistics, Inc.
1 (855) 517-3777
XpressRate
Website: www.xpressrate.com
Yusen Logistics Americas Inc

Yusen Logistics is leading global logistics service provider with over 60 years of expertise in warehousing, freight forwarding, and transportation. With more than 20,000 employees and 475 offices worldwide, we provide services to customers across Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Oceania.

300 Lighting Way
6th Floor
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
United States
201-553-3800
800-414-3895
www.yusen-logistics.com


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