More Than 65 Years Experience In Duty Drawback & Customs Brokerage
J.M. Rodgers has a team of professionals with a broad background and experience in all phases of international trade. This allows us, collectively, to keep abreast of the latest duty drawback rulings by U.S. Customs, ensuring that no available drawback opportunities are overlooked.
J.M. Rodgers Company, Inc. has a full staff of highly qualified custom brokerage experts to service your team, with over a quarter of the staff licensed customs brokers. Using their tremendous expertise and combined experience, JMR’s highly trained support staff to ensure to get your shipments cleared.
Freight & Logistics
J.M. Rodgers offers two logistics services for freight forwarding: both air global (we are appointed IATA cargo agents) and ocean global. In both cases, we offer warehousing, domestic distribution, international distribution, trucking, re-packing, and more.
Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) is an operational and organizational philosophy and methodology designed to increase productivity and improve quality when employed for one our clients. Continuous Process Improvement is the heart of the JMR environment, and is designed to create accountability internally and for our clients.
Experts In Duty Drawback & Customs Brokerage
“I love the JM Rodgers approach to Customs Brokerage services. They are easy to work with, have fantastic staff, and offer nothing but results!”
Logistics Director, BCI Brands
” J.M. Rodgers has an expert level of knowledge around regulatory & trade compliance. They put together a package wrapped around my exact brokerage needs!”
Logistics Director, Chief Administrative Officer
“I love the JM Rodgers approach to Custom Brokerage services. They are easy to work with, have fantastic staff, and offer nothing but results!”
“J.M. Rodgers has an expert level of knowledge around regulatory & trade compliance. They put together a package wrapped around my exact brokerage needs!”
News & Updates
Recently, the US Commerce Department released some data that shows that as this year went on, the trade deficit of the United States’ imports continues to grow faster than exports, leading to an even starker differential between imports and exports. While in September...
Importers or exporters in the United States have gotten to a difficult place in the current market where orders are surging as an economic recovery increases demand domestically and abroad heading into the holiday season, but a global equipment shortage has taken hold. Last week in our newsletter, the big surge in imports was noted, with orders 25% above the same time as in 2019. But in Asia, where a large volume of the US-bound cargo originates, there are massive shortages of containers, trucks, chassis, and space. Some carriers are finding themselves having to decline more cargo than they can accept, with demand outstripping supplies by huge margins.
After a slow first and second quarter that saw a global drop in freight to and from nearly everywhere, the international shipping industry has been growing at a steady clip and has reached new heights this past month. October’s volumes of trans-Pacific freight saw big jumps from September, and now freight volumes are nearly 25% higher than they were a year ago in the same time.
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