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UWL is a full service, asset-based, global third-party logistics company (3PL).

We are fully licensed and bonded to provide customs house brokerageair freightocean freight (FCL, LCL)bulk liquid logistics (including FlexiTanks), supply chain solutions and logistics services internationally.

We also own and operate World Distribution Services (WDS), which provides road and rail freight, overweight cargo solutions, domestic truck brokerage (FTL/LTL), and warehousing and distribution services. We use technology to tie these services together to provide worldwide integrated solutions.

UWL is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with additional management offices in North America and South America.



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  • UWL Logistics Roundup | February 2019 February 28, 2019
    Even though February is the shortest month of the year, it was jampacked with important updates!  Congestion issues continued to plague ports along the east and west coasts, but several ports have taken corrective actions to improve the flow of cargo. A lot of progress has been made in international trade this month.  The relationship between the […]
  • March 1 deadline for China tariffs may slide if deal is near February 20, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump indicated that he may be flexible on the March 1 deadline for raising tariffs on Chinese imports if the two sides are close to reaching a deal.  If no deal is made, the current 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese imports will rise to 25 percent.  
  • East Coast Port Congestion: Updates from Baltimore, Chicago and Newark February 7, 2019
    With record import volumes coming into the United States at the end of 2018, it's no secret that congestion has been affecting ports and rail ramps in many major cities across the East Coast.  We got the inside scoop on what is going on in some of the hardest hit areas: Newark, Baltimore, & Chicago.  […]
  • UWL Logistics Roundup | January 2019 January 29, 2019
    Congestion woes were theme of January, as a heavy surge of import containers landed on the West Coast prior to the New Year, and the record-high volumes of freight began to move inland, overwhelming marine and rail terminals across the US.   While January was fraught with delays and frustrations for shippers, truckers, and terminal operators alike, the […]
  • China has cut tariffs on over 700 items to open market and lower costs for domestic consumers January 11, 2019
    China released an announcement at the end of December, stating that as of January 1, 2019, it will be reducing or removing some import and export tariffs on 706 HTS items.  The reductions were made in an effort to open up China's economy as it negotiates a trade deal with the U.S. and to lower costs for […]