Ocean Freight

75,000+ Ocean Shipments Per Year
As a licensed and bonded NVOCC, UWL is a leading freight forwarder, providing ocean freight services through all major U.S. and international ports. As the Asset-Based Freight Forwarder, we have:

  • 650+ owned/operated trucks
  • 20+ warehouses in strategic locations
  • 20+ container depots
  • 55+ offices worldwide

Our National Customs House Brokerage License, C-TPAT compliant & certified, best-in-class customer service and time definite services for sensitive delivery requirements translate to improved ROI for your company. With strategic ocean carrier partnerships and an extensive network worldwide operating in all major and remote trade lanes, we are able to ensure accurate and timely cargo handling and delivery.


  • Full Service, Licensed NVOCC
  • Licensed and Bonded, Asset-Based Freight Forwarder
  • Customs House Brokerage
  • FCL and LCL
  • Liquid and dry bulk cargo
  • Refrigerated cargo
  • Heavy/over-weight cargo
  • Over-dimensional cargo
  • Project cargo
  • International and domestic warehousing, distribution and transportation services
  • Global supply chain visibility



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