Delivery from Bangladesh via Dubai to the USA
Multimodal route: express warehouse handling.
Our freight company provided logistics services for the transportation of garments from Bangladesh to the United States of America. To ensure that our clients’ requirements were met, we utilized a multimodal transport approach that involved both ocean and air transportation.
The first leg of the journey was the ocean shipment from Bangladesh to the port of Jebel Ali. Our team managed the transportation process with careful attention to detail, ensuring that the goods arrived at the port safely and in optimal condition.
Once the clothes arrived in Dubai, they went through a series of inspection procedures to ensure compliance with global quality standards. Every piece of clothing was repackaged and properly marked in accordance with the transportation guidelines.
After the clothes were fully processed and ready for shipment, our team took on the daunting task of organizing the transportation of the garments from to the port of Jebel Ali to the Dubai International Airport. We controlled the entire transportation process, including loading and securing the goods, to ensure their safe and timely arrival at the airport.
At the airport, we coordinated with the airlines to organize all the documentation and paperwork associated with international air freight.
Throughout the journey, our team supplied regular updates to the recipient to keep them informed of the shipment’s status and ensure that everything was running smoothly.
In conclusion, we provided reliable and timely transportation services, ensuring that the clothes from Pakistan arrived in the United States of America in optimal condition. We continue to strive for excellence in our services and are committed to providing our clients with a hassle-free logistics experience.
- Dispatching country: Bangladesh (Dhaka)
- Receiving country: USA (New York)
- Cargo: women’s and men’s brand name clothing
- Dimensions: 40ft container
- Delivery time: 17 days
- Logistics feature: in-transit documentation and labelling