Transloading often means picking up an overseas container from the port, unloading the container at our facility and reloading the product into a truck to be shipped to its final destination.

Typically, transloads are in and out within 2 days. However, we do accommodate the customer’s needs. The difference between transloading and cross-docking is that transloading is the sorting and re-palletizing of items.

Cross-docking is the movement of a pallet from one truck to another.

Transloading is a good way to cut warehouse costs and to also keep your product moving, also of times product can sit if it is not being transloaded.