Air & Ocean Import

With established air and ocean freight services from strategic points in Asia, Europe, and Brazil to all points within the United States and Canada, Deringer assists companies of all sizes, in all industries, with managing international transportation shipments into the United States. Based on customers’ requirements, Deringer identifies the most efficient, least congested ports for timely movement.  Whether you have ocean freight arriving in Los Angeles or air cargo destined for Chicago, Deringer’s flexible schedule and long-standing relationships with reliable agents around the world allow us to offer competitive rates and best-in-class customer service.  Moreover, acting as a complete third party logistics provider (3PL), when Deringer manages your Customs brokerage and international freight forwarding needs, customers benefit from streamlined movement of freight, minimizing costs associated with demurrage and document turnover fees.

Deringer’s ocean and air import services include:

  • Full Container Load (FCL) as well as Less than Container Load (LCL) ocean and airfreight
  • Arrangement of inland transportation and local drayage
  • Shipment consolidation and deconsolidation
  • Preparation of all required documentation
  • Customs clearance
  • Cargo insurance
  • Internet tracking and tracing available

Deringer’s collaborative purchase order and supply chain management system allows Deringer to facilitate the electronic exchange of data on our client’s behalf to all partners in their supply chain. Capabilities include the ability to receive electronic purchase orders (POs) from customers via EDI, MS-Excel or flat file formats, as well as the ability to manage POs between buyer and seller, exporter and importer. Moreover, the interactive tool allows users to create air and ocean shipments with attached POs, send emails on demand or by shipment event, extract and send data in MS Excel, and download data using EDI, MS Excel and flat file formats.

A.N. Deringer, Inc. is a Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) licensed Ocean Transportation Intermediary (OTI), Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC)*, and International Air Transport Association (IATA) licensed cargo agent for major airlines.

*The following offices hold NVOCC and freight forwarder bonds: Alexandria Bay, Atlanta, Blaine, Boston, Buffalo, Champlain, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Duluth, Hartford, Highgate, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle.