Mallory Alexander adds new Miami facility

Mallory Alexander International Logistics has opened a new office and warehouse in Miami to cater for cargo heading to and from South America.
The facility includes a Foreign Trade Zone, as well as a Container Freight Station, Bonded Warehouse, and an In-Bond Export Consolidator Warehouse.
“Miami is an important international gateway located strategically at the crossroads of the Americas, with a booming trade industry and a world-class transport network,” said Tinamarie Newman, chief operating officer, Mallory Alexander International Logistics.
“Our new facility will be able to store and handle cargo to and from South America, Central America, and the Caribbean, as well as globally for importing and exporting.
“Our Foreign Trade Zone designation is designed to lower the costs of import duties and provide tax relief to the benefit of our customers.”
The new site will be used to handle all facets of general cargo supply chains, with a particular focus on electronics, wearing apparel, consolidated freight all kind (FAK), and liquor products.
The location will be managed by father-and-son team Alberto Marino Jr. and Alberto Marino Sr.

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