What We Do

International Services

PLC provides worldwide logistics solutions through our domestic and internationally based offices, plus our vast network of global strategic partners. PLC is a proud member of the ASA Network (Air & Sea Association), which extends our network with over 100 worldwide members in 67 countries.  With unrivaled knowledge of import and export requirements, we ensure the efficient and safe arrival of every shipment from planning, through transport, and customs.

PACLO Ocean Services

    • FMC Forwarder / NVOCC
    • Containerized (FCL / LCL)
    • Projects & Charters
    • Multi-modal Transportation, On-forwarding & Distribution
    • Cargo Devanning, Transloading
    • Drayage


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Air Services

    • International Import/Export
    • Trans-Border Services, In-bond Transport
    • Door-to-Door Services
    • Express / Consolidation / Assembly / Hand Carry / Charters
    • Break-bulk, On-forwarding & Distribution
    • Insurance Coverage
    • Real-Time Online Tracking

Customs Formality

    • DAP & DDP Services
    • Commodity inspection
    • Animal/Plant Quarantine
    • Carnet
    • Exhibition Handling
    • Brokerage
    • IT / IE / T&E

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the requirements for an account to be TSA certified?
    Per the TSA (, "through the Known Shipper Management System, TSA identifies and approves the known shipper status for qualified shippers in the U.S. carriers (indirect air carriers and air carriers) must comply with a range of specific security requirements to qualify their clients as known shippers. Shippers interested in transporting goods by air may contact their transportation service provider and request to become a known shipper." For additional information please visit or email [email protected]
  • How do you calculate Cubic Footage?
    Calculate the cubic size of your package by multiplying the height in inches, by the length in inches by the width in inches. Round up any fraction measurement to the nearest whole inch. The resulting total is the cubic size of your package/shipment in total Cubic Inches. Divide that total by 1728 to ascertain Cubic Footage. . Read more on our Dim Information page.
  • How do you calculate Dim Weight?

    Dimensional weight is calculated by multiplying the length, width and height of each carton, times the number of cartons, divided by the dim factor.

    Dimensional weight considers density, which is the amount of space a package occupies in relation to its actual weight, to determine billable weight. Calculations of dimensional weight are based on the International Air Transport Association (IATA) volumetric standards (subject to change without notice).

    Domestic Dim Factor: 194
    International Dim Factor: 166
    Ground Dim factors may vary depending on product

    Read more on our Dim Information page.
  • What is the difference between Declared Value and Insurance?
    Declared Value is offered for domestic shipments, while Insurance is only offered for International shipments.

    For more information please contact our OS&D Team via email: [email protected].

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