How easy is it to send goods to the USA

Question

We are a small business based in the East of England that produces fibreglass panels for vehicle conversions, specifically MGBs.

We are now getting lots of enquiries from the USA, which has a big MGB following, but are concerned about the logistics of selling and sending our products there.

There seems to be a lot of red tape to navigate through should we actually get an order. How easy is it to send goods to the USA and also how costly!?!

Answer

Good Morning Julie

It is actually a fairly straight forward process once you have been guided through it the first time. Please feel free to give me a shout and i’ll put you through to our vehicle team who can talk you through the process and give you a quote if you wish.

Thanks

Graham Bedford
Jenkar Shipping Ltd
01977 605050
Email: gb@jenkar.com

Answer

Hi Julie,

We are a transport company based in the midlands and one of our oldest customers manufactures and exports fibreglass body panels for classic cars with USA being one of their markets. We would be able to give you information regarding documentation requirements, costs etc.

Please send me an email or call me with your requirements and any further questions and we will get back to you with information.

Kind regards

Sarah

Ebrex UK Ltd
email: sarah.smith@ebrex.co.uk
telephone: 01543 670096

Answer

Hi Julie,

We run weekly containers and daily air freight services to all major ports and international airports in the USA. We also have office in the USA, specifically Atlanta with a warehouse that we run for small/medium sized businesses looking for a USA presence.

Costs vary according to product, volumes and final destination. It is relatively easy to ship goods to the USA and we make it even easier (having run services for over 40 years, we have the expertise and staff at both origin and destination to simplify the process).

I would love to hear from you further on your requirement and if you need anything at all please let me know.

All the best,

Bradley Waller.

www.agc.as

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