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Hawthorne Global Revamps Customs Broker System

To better suit the ever-changing regulations of international customs brokering, Hawthorne Global unveils new system for 2013

HOUSTON, Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Houston customs brokers Hawthorne Global is committed to staying on top of legal processes and regulations that affect the international customs brokering market. Hawthorne Global works to ensure that customers experience the smoothest process in freight forwarding possible. International shipping has become fraught with problems as regulations abound and prices continue to rise, but Hawthorne Global provides dedicated staff members who work for shipping solutions for every customer. With this in mind, and new regulations set to begin in 2013, Hawthorne Global is excited to announce that they are revamping its Houston customs brokers' system to better suit their client's needs in freight forwarding.

As the leading customs broker in Houston, Hawthorne Global has over 50 years of brokerage experience with freight to worldwide destinations. Hawthorne Global began shipping in the 1950s and has stayed at the forefront of changes in shipping regulations in both international and domestic ports. Hawthorne Global employs a staff that is familiar with a multitude of shipping issues and average over 20 years of experience each. Staff members give personalized attention to each customer and manage safe international and domestic shipping needs every day. Building from this proven track record, Hawthorne Global is ready to meet the new challenges of a complex set of rules and governmental regulations regarding international freight forwarding, with a revamped customs brokering system.

With door-to-door domestic and international shipping options, Hawthorne Global customers have come to expect flexible, fast, and reliable shipping service. Hawthorne Global shipping staff realizes that with thousands of shipments arriving at U. S. ports every day, a communications network and efficient shipping capabilities are a necessity in today's market. Hawthorne Global offers transport, freight forwarding and customs brokering. Customers with Hawthorne Global will not be surprised with extra customs fees or late shipping arrivals due to the company's strategic locations at the Port of Houston and Bush Intercontinental Airport. Reliability and timeliness are the hallmarks of Hawthorne Global's shipping solutions. Its streamlined and holistic international freight forwarding is sure to meet any potential challenges that customs brokering entails for 2013.

Hawthorne Global is located in Houston, Texas. Customers can call for service any time at 866-232-2187 or visit the Hawthorne Global website for information on how to quickly and reliably ship international or domestic freight at the lowest possible prices.

Media Contact: Gary Gardner Hawthorne Global, 866-232-2187, [email protected]

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