Pacific CMA, Inc., a non-asset based logistics/freight forwarder, provides supply chain logistics services. The company coordinates the shipping and the storage of raw materials, supplies, components and finished goods by air, sea, river, rail and road. The company handles all types of cargo including garments on hangers, refrigerated cargo, hazardous materials as well as perishable goods. As of December 31, 2006, it maintained approximately 229 cargo agents located in 97 countries and 221 cities serving major gateways worldwide. The company is a member of the International Air Transport Association, Hong Kong Association of Freight Forwarding Agents Ltd., and an associated member of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association. Operations in United States, Hong Kong and China United States: The company’s primary Airgate operation is located in New York where the focus of operations is importing goods from the Far East. It has its own bonded warehouse where it does daily deconsolidation of cargo. The company’s USA offices are licensed by International Air Transport Association and the Federal Maritime Commission. China: The company has branch offices in China, Chongqing, Tianjin, Futian, Guangzhou and Shanghai that are operated by one of its wholly owned Hong Kong subsidiaries. Also, it has invested in two affiliates which are incorporated in China. Global Agency Network The company has approximately 215 overseas agents, many of whom have offices in cities such as London, Hamburg, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei and Sydney. Services The company arranges to pick up, or arranges for the pick up of a shipment at the customer’s location and delivers it directly to the commercial carrier. The commercial carrier delivers it to the selected destination airport, shipping warehouse, ship, or railway station. The company then picks up the shipment and delivers it or has it delivered to the recipient’s location. The company provides with one-stop transportation shopping, arranging for all necessary forms of transportation at the same time. Its customers' industries include textile and apparel, hair care product industries and to a lesser extent automotive, computer and electronic equipment, heavy industrial, construction equipment and printed materials. Air and Sea Freight Business: The company focuses its development on air and sea freight services. The mode of transportation for a particular shipment depends on, the following factors: Contents, Route, Scheduled departures, Available cargo capacity, and Cost. Import Freight Forwarding: Import freight cargo includes leather, fabrics, watch components and chemical products. The company handles shipments imported into the USA mainly through New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and Hong Kong mainly received from China. An import freight forwarding transaction commences when the company receives a shipment advice from a customer, overseas agent or shipping agent detailing the quantity and nature of cargo to be shipped and the expected date of arrival. It notifies the consignee of the cargo of the relevant details and, depending on the consignee's instructions, arranges for customs brokerage and clearance and, if required, provides other services such as temporary storage, local delivery and distribution. In the United States, Hong Kong and China, the company provides local delivery of cargo by either using own fleet of trucks or engaging subcontractors to provide the services. The company provides the agency offices with the following services, among others: Handling export cargo from the United States, China and Hong Kong; Local pick up and transshipment via Hong Kong rail/sea/air terminals and from origins in the United States; Handling import cargo from overseas; Deal with break-bulk, documentation, and customs brokerage and clearance; and Warehousing and storage. The company’s branch offices in Chicago, Shanghai, Futian, Chongqing, Tianjin, Hong Kong airport and Guangzhou are responsible for providing services. Their primary function is to provide sales and customer service in a specified market or airport city. Branch offices utilize the company’s billing and accounting software, which allows each branch office to transmit customer billing and account information to its administrative offices for billing to the customer. The company also provides services through its subsidiaries in Los Angeles (Paradigm International, Inc. d/b/a Paradigm Global Logistics) and Singapore (AGI Freight Singapore Pte. Limited). Customers The company, as of December 31, 2006, served approximately 4,700 customers. It has a customer base that buys or sells merchandise such as garments, hair care products, toys, electronics parts and appliances. Competition The company’s primary competitors are EGL, Inc.; UTi; Rical; Speedmark; Danzas; and Expeditors. History Pacific CMA, Inc. was founded in 1994.
pacific cma inc (PACC:OTC US)
153-04, Rockaway Boulevard
Jamaica, NY 11434
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