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Bonded Carriers: How In-Bond Shipments Benefit Your Supply Chain

By October 15, 2018 January 29th, 2020 One Comment

A bonded carrier is a licensed transporter that can move freight through U.S. ports of entry without paying duty on those goods or obtaining a customs release during border crossing.

What does partnering with a bonded carrier mean for your supply chain?

Bonded carriers provide a clear advantage in the expedited shipping process, while still adhering to customs protocol. When a bonded carrier moves freight, that load is called an in-bond shipment. This label would streamline the import/export process for your shipments or forwarded freight, which will save both time and money. So bonded carriers not only expedite the importing and exporting, but they also give you the piece-of-mind that your shipment(s) always adhere to customs protocol.

Furthermore, BM2 Freight is proud to announce that we are now a bonded carrier that will save you money on future imported and exported shipments. Following our brand standard of “Excellence Only,” we are always committed to discovering new ways to improve your supply chain efficiency.

BM2 Freight Services, Inc.

Phone: (859) 308-5100


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  • It’d be nice if all labels would streamline their imports and exports so that all parties save time and money. That would change up the freight industry around the world. It would be like a domino effect of different parts of the freight industry becoming faster and faster.

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