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CaroTrans Launches Atlanta-Nhava Sheva Service in Response to Market Demand

CaroTrans, a global non-vessel operating common carrier and ocean freight consolidator, has begun a direct, weekly LCL service from Atlanta to Nhava Sheva, India to address increased demand from the U.S. Southeast and Gulf regions.

The service offers a 38-day transit time from the Gulf, and 33 days from the Southeast, according to CaroTrans. At destination, shipments will be handled and deconsolidated by CaroTrans' partner, Globelink WW India, which provides full Indian market penetration serviced from more than 15 inland container depots. Together, CaroTrans and Globelink offer 10 weekly, LCL import and export services between the U.S. and India.

Source: CaroTrans

The service offers a 38-day transit time from the Gulf, and 33 days from the Southeast, according to CaroTrans. At destination, shipments will be handled and deconsolidated by CaroTrans' partner, Globelink WW India, which provides full Indian market penetration serviced from more than 15 inland container depots. Together, CaroTrans and Globelink offer 10 weekly, LCL import and export services between the U.S. and India.

Source: CaroTrans