Warehouse Services

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FULL INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

At the present day it is not necessary for an importer to own a warehouse or trucks to distribute its sold product. G&G CARGO SERVICES provides this service from their warehouses in Miami and Los Angeles. Our objective is for the importer to have a logistic partner who replaces its entire warehouse and transport needs.

The service is described as:

  • The importer makes its purchases from any country with the farms.
  • The Farms can use our CARGO PLUS SOFTWARE to place labels anywhere in the world.
  • The warehouse in Miami receives, prior to the cargo arrival, an inventory in transit file from the product received and confirmed by the farm or cargo agency.
  • The cargo arrives at the airports of Miami and LAX where they are pick-up by our refrigerated trucks.
  • The warehouse in Miami scans the product to confirm its arrival.
  • The boxes that do not arrive or are been held by USDA will be notify base on the scan report.
  • The boxes are place in racks and Inventory is done.
  • The importer sends a packing list with the product to be dispatch.
  • The warehouse in Miami pulls the order and scans it out the inventory.
  • The warehouse in Miami dispatches the order using instructions giving by the customer.
  • At the end of the day a physical inventory of the remaining product becomes available and it’s compare to the inventory of the system.
  • The proofs of deliveries (POD) are available and filed for 1 month.
  • You can do all tracking of orders by using the website.

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PRE-SOLD ORDERS MANAGEMENT

This service is similar to the one of inventory, with the difference that the product already comes pre-sold and it’s not necessary to store it in the warehouse. The advantages of this system are in the money and time savings when avoiding the extra step of placing the boxes in racks and pulling the orders.

The service is described as:

  • The importer makes its purchases from any country with the farms.
  • The Farms can use our CARGO PLUS SOFTWARE to place labels anywhere in the world.
  • The warehouse in Miami receives, prior to the cargo arrival, an inventory in transit file from the product received and confirmed by the farm or cargo agency.
  • The importer sends a file with the pre-sold orders of the inventory in transit.
  • The cargo arrives at the airports of Miami and LAX where they are pick-up by our refrigerated trucks.
  • The warehouse in Miami scans the product to confirm its arrival.
  • The boxes that do not arrive or are been held by USDA will be notify base on the scan report.
  • The boxes are separated by your pre-sold orders.
  • The warehouse in Miami dispatches the order using instructions giving by the customer.
  • At the end of the day a physical inventory of the remaining product becomes available and it’s compare to the inventory of the system.
  • The proofs of deliveries (POD) are available and filled for 1 month.
  • You can do all tracking of orders by using the website.


CROSS DOCKING

TRUCK INSPECTION SERVICES

The Inspection for truck loading includes:

  • Complete Driver Information
  • Complete Trailer Information
  • Check trailer status
  • Piece count
  • Trailer refrigeration settings
  • Temperature recorder number
  • Ethyl control kit placing.
  • Pallet count and control.
  • Damaged or hot product control

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