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ICE Launches New Website

International Cargo Express are excited to announce the launch of our brand new website!

Working with Excite Media our new website is designed to provide you with up to date industry news, useful blogs and an opportunity to find out more about the staff at ICE.

You can even check out our latest project work or read our case studies HERE.

This has been the second phase of our rebranding project and Managing Director Ronald Spahr comments:

Whilst our brand and website are new, the ICE ‘constants’ have not changed. We remain focused on developing improved outcomes for our clients and ultimately providing a premium service.

Please take the time to visit our new site by clicking HERE and keep an eye out for our next tech roll out coming soon!

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Attracting overseas investors.✅
Reducing import costs.✅
Tapping into overseas markets.✅
These are some of the benefits of Free Trade Agreements. Find out more about Australia's FTAs here: www.icecargo.com.au/free-trade-agreements-australia/
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Attracting overseas investors.✅
Reducing import costs.✅
Tapping into overseas markets.✅
These are some of the benefits of Free Trade Agreements. Find out more about Australias FTAs here: https://www.icecargo.com.au/free-trade-agreements-australia/

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Buyer’s consolidation is a method of shipping freight from a point of origin to an end destination by grouping your shipments together into one larger shipment. By consolidating a number of shipments, you may be able to save on shipping costs and reduce the risk of damage to your freight.
Find out more: http://bit.ly/39HW00c

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