FIRST MOVE LOGISTICS
FIRST MOVE LOGISTICS
|Address||Lot 948-B Maison Aderomou Noe, Yenawa, Cotonou, Benin|
|Phone||229 99 573 223|
Established in 2013, First Move Logistics is a global freight forwarding service provider. It has its Head Office in Benin Republic with branches in Lome-Togo and Port Harcourt -Nigeria.
We assist in managing customer’s global shipping needs by providing timely information, diversified options and cost-effective solutions, while maintaining the personalized touch. With the help of our solid global network base, FML has partners in the remaining 51 countries in Africa and over 100 countries in other continents of the world.
In 2019, FML was nominated a sub-contractor for DHL Global Forwarding in Benin Republic and has been delivering excellently. FML also has a sister company www.fmltrading.bj which handles all her global trading and has been meeting the needs of Agro traders globally.
First Move Logistics Customs clearance service
Customs clearance is a necessary procedure before goods can be imported or exported internationally. If a shipment is cleared, then the shipper will provide documentation confirming customs duties that are paid and the shipment can be processed.
First Move Logistics Air Cargo Service
First Move Logistics Air cargo contributes by carrying important shipments all over the world and facilitates the supply chain of, foodstuff, mail, automotive parts, electronics, flowers, vaccines, medical supplies, high-value shipments like jewelry, livestock, horses, airplane parts, and many other important shipments
Ocean freight, also called sea freight, is the movement of goods internationally by sea. Ocean freight is far and away the most popular option for shipping goods internationally. Roughly 90% of goods1 are transported around the world by sea. But while it’s popular, that doesn’t mean it is the only option or the best one for that matter.
Whether you are just starting or are a veteran in international shipping, most business owners find that they need to review their shipping options from time to time. If you’re currently at that point where you need to ask “Does ocean freight make sense for me?”, we’re here to help