Carmichael International Service, one of North America’s largest customs brokerage and trade compliance specialists, has announced it is expanding into Detroit, Michigan with a new full-service office.

    Detroit marks the company’s thirteenth location in the United States of America and will give Carmichael a physical presence on the Northern U.S. border. Detroit was chosen in part for its strategic position among many of the country’s key automotive manufacturers and for being the city with the highest percentage of cargo moving between the U.S. and Canada. The newly opened office will also run multiple weekday and weekend shifts to meet customer’s unique needs for round-the-clock shipments in the region.

    “We are very excited about the opening of our Detroit office,” said Todd Boice, President of Carmichael International Service. “This move realizes our vision of offering our customers who conduct business between the U.S. and Canada, a comprehensive brokerage solution in North America.”

    In the U.S., Carmichael operates in thirteen locations – including the recent office opening in Charlotte, NC. In addition, Carmichael offers services in Canada through a partnership with Kintetsu World Express (KWE) and Mexico via a partnership with Carmi Logistics. Each of its offices provides a full range of services, including customs brokerage, compliance management, duty drawback, and customs bond management.

    About Carmichael International Service

    Founded in 1961, Carmichael International Service is a division of APL Logistics that provides superior service, innovative systems and seamless communications to help its customers with effective and efficient import and compliance operations. It employs over 200 professionals in 13 U.S. metropolitan markets and services numerous locations in Canada through a partnership with KWE. For more information, visit www.carmnet.com.

    About APL Logistics

    APL Logistics is the go-to global supply chain specialist for companies in the Automotive, Consumer, Industrials and Retail sectors.

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