Charleston, S.C. — Charleston Freight Station, a freight logistics company that has provided container freight station services for the Port of Charleston’s customers since 1995, has hired Kate Brady as logistics coordinator.
Brady will be responsible for intermodal supply chain logistics. For over 10 years, Brady has worked in shipping and transportation for Norton Lilly and Mediterranean Shipping, working to ensure that import and export cargo moves efficiently through the international supply chain. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Excelsior College, and currently lives in Mount Pleasant.
“We are excited to have Kate join our team. She has a great deal of industry experience, and her area is already showing significant growth and profitability,” commented Andrew Adams, chief executive officer.
As a U.S. Customs bonded warehouse and container freight station, Charleston Freight Station offers extensive import / export services to its customers, including loose cargo transfer and breakdown, ocean import cargo, full container and LCL container services, trailer and intermodal conveyance, cargo segregation, heavy forklift service, crate disposal and fumigation, and soon, cold storage.
Founded in 1995, Charleston Freight Station is a freight logistics company providing packaging and shipping solutions across all major transportation modes including intermodal, truckload, cold chain, expedited services, and international air and ocean. They offer packing solutions, warehousing, consolidation, damage control, export regulation compliance, military, out-of-gauge cargo, and high-end car export. There’s a wide variety of on-site corrective solutions including damaged container trans-loads, container steam cleaning and fumigation, backed by powerful internet-based management systems that let the client see, picture and track their cargo in real time. More information is available at charlestonfreight.com.