Ice International has transportation know-how

August 2007
Caribbean Business;8/30/2007, Vol. 35 Issue 34, pA11
The article focuses on the business success of ICE International Inc. The company is a subsidiary of Anderson Trucking Services, a specialized trucking company in the mainland U.S. It is the only nonvessel operating common carrier (NVOCC) which is fit to market specialized transportation in the region. Its headquarters is situated in Minnesota and has ports in Jacksonville and San Juan.


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