In the sky, but never out of sight with Vizio™ visibility and freight management tool. Total transparency - for your shipments.


Expertise at the helm through well-established partnerships with leading ocean carriers. Highly flexible seafreight services - for global reach.


Leveraged buying power on your behalf for most efficient direction, best choice of carriers, and optimal pricing. Personalized attention - for responsiveness at each decision crossroad.


Global rail freight forwarding with access to best-in-class rail operators. Intelligent integration of rail options - for all transport modes.

Lane Specialists

ATA makes it easy to move goods in hard-to-serve shipping lanes: the Far East, Middle East, and the Indian Sub-Continent

The ATA Way:
Vizio MyWay

ATA is on call and ready to help you. Our experts will coordinate every detail of your shipment.

ATA Freight receives 2015 John Deere Supplier Innovation Award

May 17, 2016

May 17, 2016

Garden City, New York - ATA Freight, a New York-based global logistics service provider of personalized service and custom technology solutions, has received a John Deere supplier innovation award for their new shipment management solution, MyWay. 

The awards are presented to a select group of suppliers who have demonstrated innovation in a product or service they provide to John Deere.  Award selections are based on four factors – creativity, feasibility, collaboration, and bottom-line impact. 

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ISF Enforcement is in full effect

June 09, 2015

 Beginning from May 14, 2015 the importer is now held 100% accountable for the timely, accurate and correct filing of their ISF.  US Customs has specifically mentioned excuses like “I was unaware” as unacceptable when attempting to avoid penalties that can range from $5,000-$10,000 for a single violation.


Some tips we can share on filing….

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Coast to Coast Port Updates - from congestion to weather advisories

March 04, 2015

 March 4, 2015


In light of a contract being reached between the International Longshore Warehouse Union (ILWU) and Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and normal work resuming, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have been able to evaluate how serious the container backlog is.


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