Air Freight Secure & Reliable

Airfreight is a service that is fast-moving, challenging and constantly changing – it’s the nature of the business.  Airfreight demand can change in the blink of an eye so it’s essential to have a great partner who can provide stability and reliability to maintain your supply chain’s integrity. Whether your shipments fly in the bellies of commercial planes or require specialist freighter aircraft to move them, Bray Brokerage can provide tailor-made solutions for your all your airfreight.

We offer a full and comprehensive package of premium, value-added services and specialist products all of which are specifically tailor-made for you.  Across our worldwide network you can choose the service which best suits your needs.

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Logistics FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

It is because the primary market is in demand.  Usually from Dec through April for imports, is a “slow season”  and business slows down after Christmas.  However from mid-January through early February there is an upsurge of cargo moving.   This usually keeps rates high as there is always space problems for cargo getting on vessels.  From May through November this would be the “peak season” where there is a big demand for cargo moving into the U.S., so the Carriers raise the rates during this period, with the GRI (general rate increase), and PSS (peak season surcharge).
Also, another  factor is fuel, or what is called the Bunker Fuel factor.  This is a floating surcharge that the Carrier’s can change when oil prices rise or fall. It is called the BAF.

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Freight payments are a collection of processes that can be thought of in general terms as an accounts payable service for transportation invoices.  Freight payment services providers, such as a 3PL, act as the intermediary between the shipper and the carrier to receive, process, and pay invoices.  Every company is different so some processes may vary slightly, but typically invoices are sent directly to the freight payment provider by the carriers.  Upon receipt of the invoices the following processes are usually included in a quality freight payment solution.

Invoice Receipt – Carriers submit invoices to the intermediary (such as a 3PL) in a variety of formats for processing.  Typical methods include manual invoices sent via the mail or email and electronic invoices sent via EDI.

Invoice Validation –  Upon receipt of invoices, the logistics services provider will validate and audit each invoice to make sure that the invoices have not been previously processed (duplicates), are the shipper’s responsibility to pay (billed correctly), and include proper/necessary documentation.  Additional shipper specific validations are frequently included in this process such as the validation of bill of lading or purchase order numbers against a shipper’s internal data sets.