Shipping Company Comparisons

I’ve spent a lot of time researching the various international forwarding companies in the United States.  Why?  Because I’ve been the industry for almost 30 years now and am completely amazed at now only how many forwarding services have popped up but at how they’ve evolved over the past couple of decades.  My experience ranges from loading trucks for UPS at night during college to becoming a training supervisor to opening up my own courier services in New York to driving to every country in Europe to set up satellite courier hubs in most major cities.  I’ve complete customs brokerage courses, faa and tsa security courses and Iata dangerous goods training.  I’ve since sold my shipping companies and spend my time consulting in the industry.

The purpose of this blog is to gather as much unbiased and comparative information as possible about package forwarding services in the USA as possible onto one website.  If you found this blog it’s because you’re looking too, confusing isn’t it?  My goal is to remove the fluff and give you the basic information for each company on an apples vs apples basis.  That way YOU can decide which service it best for YOU.

Please let me know if you see any mistakes or leave out any information.


  1. Chris Tatum

    Hi There,
    I work for one of the oldest and most reputable company in this industry and am a bit disappointed that you have not included us in the comparison. We may not always be the lowest cost option but our pricing is the most transparent. No hidden charges – ever! And the most reliable and customer friendly team is always just a phone call or email away. Please let us know what we can do to be included in your comparisons.
    You can see our reviews etc at
    Thanks and regards,

    • Adriana

      Hey Chris,

      Thanks for writing! We’ll take a look at your rates, fees, bbb ratings etc and include you in the comparisons. Please let me know if I make any errors or forget anything!!


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