eWorld’s background ensures effortless freight forwarding service for air cargo, ocean shipping, or domestic trucking. We keep your business moving with fast, reliable quotes, easy-to-understand contracts, and assurance that we’ll make sure your cargo reaches its destination. As your freight forwarding resource, we’ll arrange all inland transportation, documentation, insurance and even warehousing if needed. Best of all, we keep you informed throughout the process.


Freight Forwarding Services:

  • Booking cargo with steamship lines
  • Negotiating carrier rates, services and contracts
  • Arranging US Customs export and AES filing
  • Preparing shipping instructions for carriers
  • Issuing delivery orders and carrier pickups
  • Distributing documentation to required destinations
  • Handling dock receipts and paperwork
  • Auditing and proofing Bills of Lading
  • Coordinating marine insurance coverage
  • Negotiating intermodal truck and rail rates


Proper Documentation Including AES Filing, Shipping Instructions & VGM

Paperwork is necessary in exporting and documentation accuracy and completeness are vital. One missing form can stop your products cold, opening the door to a competitor.EWORLD INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS can expertly manage the details of your shipment, including


Automated Export System (AES) Filing

AES is the system U.S. exporters use to electronically declare their international exports, known as Electronic Export Information (EEI), to the Census Bureau to help compile U.S. export and trade statistics. It is mandatory for all shipments over $2500 in value to have an AES filing. Global protocols change frequently, so eWorld maintains perpetual knowledge of customs compliance and AES filing requirements.

SOLAS Weight Verification & Requirements

Major incidents and accidents, resulting from overweight containers, have prompted the international shipping community to take action in order to prevent incorrect weight declarations. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) in collaboration with industry representatives has, therefore, adopted specific rules as part of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention. Effective July 1, 2016, The IMO amended the SOLAS to require, as a condition for loading a packed container onto a ship for export, that the container has a verified weight. The Verified Gross Mass (VGM) requirements will impact the communication, infrastructure and processes of all participants in the supply chain. The time for having the VGM methodologies and requirements implemented is short and EWORLD INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS can help.


Shipping Instructions

EWORLD INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS can submit Shipping Instructions directly to the steamship line. A shipping instruction is a document advising details of cargo and exporter requirements of its physical movement. It provides all the information to manifest the Bill of Lading (BL). Contact EWORLD INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS today at info@eworldintlogistics.com and let us help you move your international shipments with ease and peace of mind.