LMJ International Logistics isn’t just about shipping, it’s about relationships, personalized service and conducting business with integrity. We’re familiar with the obstacles and advantages involved in moving your valuable cargo safely and efficiently to its destination. LMJ is dedicated to serving you with premier, worry-free, door-to-door logistics and supply chain management. We do our best to meet all of your needs so that you can relax, knowing your shipment is safe in our hands.
We consistently deliver a moving experience with full accountability through superior monitoring and prompt, safe, real-time shipment tracking.
LMJ International Logistics helps you make informed decisions by providing customized logistics solutions. Navigating international and domestic shipping rules and regulations can be difficult, but our specialists at LMJ are fluent in both domestic and foreign customs and culture requirements and will do all the required paper work for you!
As licensed freight-forward destination agents, we understand that it’s important not only for your cargo to reach its destination safely, but also on time. At LMJ International, our pro-active logistics management allows us to develop relationships with both our clients and customs agents through timely pre-alert notifications and seamless multi-vendor coordination.
LMJ International Logistics advantages
Implement, follow, and maintain procedures and practices that are consistent with the CTPAT Consolidator Security Criteria.
Cooperate with Customs in its efforts to ensure the security of the supply chain.
Meet the recommended business and security practices.
Assist in the worldwide campaign to stop terrorism.
Provide security guidelines and training for LMJ International Logistics employees, contractors, service providers, and others associated with the company.
Provide a safe environment for our employees, customers, vendors, and other visitors.
Investigate any situation or significant event which may be related to a breach in cargo security or any CTPAT criteria and notify the proper authorities.
Review, revise, and update security practices and procedures on a regular basis, or as needed.