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Boston Freight Terminals
Boston Freight Terminals is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Facility which has provided full international cargo handling services to the import and export community of New England since 1980.Located at The International Cargo Center of New England, our site has over five acres and 150,000 square feet of warehouse, office space and container yard. Our thirty two door facility is complete with drive in ramp capability, fenced in lock-up storage and is furnished with permanent racking. The facility is equipped with 24-hour fire and electronic surveillance systems. In addition, our complex is monitored by Marine Park security services.
Boston Freight Terminals is under contract with U.S. Customs and Border Protection as a fully bonded Container Freight Station (CFS), Central Examination Station (CES) and U.S. Customs General Order (GO) Warehouse. Boston Freight Terminals is also a U.S. Customs Designated Foreign Trade Zone.
Boston Freight Terminals is strategically sited as New England’s intermodal cargo terminal connecting Seaport to Airport in the hub of Boston’s International Cargo Triangle. We are located at the terminus of the Boston Truck By-Pass Road, 5 minutes from the Interstate Highway System and less then a mile from the Airport and Seaport Cargo Generators; Logan International Air Cargo Terminal and Conley Marine Ocean Cargo Terminal.
The client base of Boston Freight Terminals is the international shipping community of the New England region: shippers, importers, manufacturers, distributors, freight forwarders, U.S. Customs brokers, cargo consolidators, third-party logistics companies, trucking companies, cargo airlines and steamship lines.
Boston Freight Terminals assists clients in gaining competitive advantage by single-siting at a multi-modal location dedicated to providing full cargo handling services, optimal accessibility to the region’s transportation network and immediate proximity to the region’s international trade community.