OMAHA, NEBRASKA, US — Scoular has renamed its freight forwarding business Scoular Global Shipping, the company announced Sept. 12.
Scoular, a global agribusiness, logistics and supply chain company based in Omaha, Nebraska, US, has operated a freight forwarding business, previously known as TSC Container Freight, for more than two decades.
“Scoular’s shipping business has long handled ocean freight for customers worldwide, coordinating all of the logistics required to move customers’ products to destinations around the globe,” said Dave Briggs, general manager for Scoular Global Shipping. “The Scoular Global Shipping name brings the business more visibly under Scoular and its global supply chain capabilities, financial strength and 130-year history.”
Scoular Global Shipping is a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) and freight forwarder that manages risk for customers in the ocean container supply chain.
With global logistics and supply chain expertise, Scoular Global Shipping partners with all major ocean carriers and has access to the worldwide container network while offering a full range of services, including freight forwarding, transloading/cross docking, domestic transport and marine cargo insurance.
With more than 1,000 employees and 100 offices in North America and Asia and $9 billion in annual sales, Scoular is ranked as the 68th largest private company in the United States. Sosland Publishing Co.’s 2022 Grain & Milling Annual ranks Scoular as the 11th largest grain storage company in North America with 132 million bushels of licensed storage at 81 locations.
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