• Accreditation & Awards

    For more than a decade, Deringer has been recognized as one of the top 3PL providers and great supply chain partners by a variety of publications. We provide customers with streamlined, compliant, and efficient logistics solutions facilitated by true partnerships.

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    Are you on Twitter? Follow us @anderinger. Are you on LinkedIn? Connect with us at A.N. Deringer, Inc. Are you on YouTube? Watch us on the ANDeringerInc channel. Learn more about Deringer’s culture, up-to-the-minute trade alerts, and the latest regulatory and supply chain news!

Trade Alerts

11/21/2014

Port Congestion Surcharge Reissued

The temporarily-postponed West Coast port congestion surcharge was reissued by carriers today with . . .

11/14/2014

Ocean Carriers Impose West Coast Congestion Surcharge

Effective November 17, 2014, ocean carriers have implemented a West Coast congestion surcharge . . .

11/6/2014

Congestion Causes West Coast Cargo Headaches

Congestion has reached new levels causing traffic gridlock, extended wait times for ships waiting . . .

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Where We Are

Deringer owns and operates more than 30 service and distribution centers in the US, holds a national Customs brokerage permit, and has relationships with agents around the world.

As the largest, privately held Customs broker in North America, Deringer helps deliver value to you and your customers by providing integrated supply chain solutions including US Customs brokerage, international transportation and freight forwarding, warehousing and distribution, Customs compliance consulting, cargo insurance, and USDA meat inspection. When you select Deringer as your supply chain partner, you can trust that your business is in the hands of dedicated, knowledgeable professionals, who have a strong commitment to carrying on the company’s legacy of exceptional customer service. Our caring people work with you to develop tailored solutions that improve efficiencies, reduce overall supply chain costs, and manage risk associated with global trade.