Forwarder and broker for more than 25 years,
Intercargo has since proved its competence and expertise on its market.
The worry of improving and developing customer services and in the main time keeping updated by working and developing new technologies such as Cargo Soft, Nsti, deltaC… is our priority.
Welcome to Intercargo world…
25 years of experience:
More than 25 years of experience.
Director of the Board and CEO : Mr André Cappelletti
Creation Date : 1982
Official Name : INTERCARGO S.A.
Headquarter situation : Rixheim / France
Share-Capital : EUR 357 000
Created in 1982 by Mr. André Cappelletti, Intercargo as proved over the years his expertise and his professionalism.
A proactive team:
In order to provide a quality service, all shipments or brokerage are followed-up by one person.
This is allowing not wasting time in between different interlocutors and getting in the main time a quality information flow. One of our objectives is to supply you with a pro and active service dedicated to your needs and vision (goals).
A competitive service:
To keep a step ahead, Intercargo has develop his own Software, Cargo Soft , working on an extremely stable base IBM I-series (AS400) .This software is in relation with the internal customs network, which allows us to react and deliver efficiently in order to serve you the service you deserve.
Some strong and reliable partnership over the 5 continents:
Success being rarely the fruit of only one person, team work at Intercargo is more than 2 words, it is a philosophy.
This is why Intercargo has been a main pioneer in a foundation, grouping 200 agents worldwide called GLN (http://www.go2gln.com/member_list.html).
All members have been selected following some SOX audit, service evaluation and operation procedure, which give us the insurance of an unbroken chain starting from your facilities up to your clients address.
Go to the source. It sounds simple enough, but with culture, language, and currency differences, as well as endless regulations.
Shrinking margins. Soaring commodity prices. As companies feel the squeeze, it’s no surprise they are looking for new ways.
As supply chains extend overseas and into outsourcing models, the potential to incur direct, indirect, and hidden increases.