Yamato Transport

USDOT # 260219
80 Seaview Dr
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Secaucus
New Jersey
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (201) 583-9706
Company Site: www.yamatoamerica.com

Moving with Yamato Transport

Yamato Transport USA., Inc. is a fully owned subsidiary of Yamato Holdings Co., Ltd., the number one company in the parcel express home delivery service in Japan. We support our customers’cross border business with fully maintained logistics, air freight service, marine freight service, customs brokerage service, customer relocation service, and express parcel delivery service. With our extensive Yamato global network and over 30 years of experience, we are ready to support our customers. Contact us now to find a solution that resolves all of your shipping and import/export problems on a global basis.



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