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A container Freight Station is a legal extension of the U.S. Customs port of entry inspection station. The main purpose of a Container Freight Station is to reduce congestion within the port. U.S. Customs performs inspections/examinations within the port facility. The goods are then transferred to a certified Container Freight Station where they may undergo manipulation or are stored while awaiting pickup by the owner, thus reducing the time the freight is in the port.
Typical Container Freight Station service includes: drayage, bonded transportation, import deconsolidation, export consolidation, cross docking/transloading, and creating and filing manifests, import/export declarations, etc.