November 18, 2013 - The top 100 NVOCCs (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers) in the United States for October saw a decrease in inbound TEUs (Twenty-foot Equivalent Units) of 4.5% from September, but rose from October of 2012 by 21%. Overall, U.S. imports are down from September to October by 1.5%, but are way up from last year by 14% and haven’t been this high since October of 2007.

The largest NVO in the United States, Expeditors International, decreased in TEU volume by 2.4% from September. Blue Anchor Line, number two on our top 100 list, decreased by a slight %0.8. Although most NVOs had a drop from September, there was a couple shining stars for the month of October. Interglobo North America increased in volume to the United States by nearly a thousand TEUs, an increase of nearly 14% from September. Savino Del Bene also increased TEUs by over 33% and shipped over 1,300 more TEUs from September to October.

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This report has been prepared exclusively for 3PL News by Zepol Corporation, a provider of the most complete and up-to-date trade data to organizations around the world. The data excludes shipments from empty containers, excludes shipments labeled as freight remaining on board, and may contain other data anomalies. For more information on Zepol’s industry-leading U.S. import/export data tools, please visit

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