Sterling Transportation, provider of expedited less-than-truckload transportation connecting the coasts from California to Florida, announced that it has been granted approval by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of its application to operate a Bonded Container Freight Station at its Los Angeles International Airport area facility located at 5353 W. Imperial Hwy, Los Angeles, CA 90045.

“We are delighted to have successfully completed the application process of our petition to operate a CFS station at our LAX facility”, said Keith Davis, president of Sterling Transportation. “It has been our desire for a long time to provide our valued customers with a one-stop solution for handling, processing, and on forwarding of their bonded cargo arriving or terminating at the ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Miami, as well as through the international airports at Los Angeles and Miami,” he continued.

“We have been preparing ourselves for this contingency, and I am proud to announce that we have renovated our warehouse floor and facility to allow Sterling to efficiently handle the additional flow of bonded freight while at the same time enhancing our LTL operation,” he added.

Sterling Transportation operates expedited daily LTL service between Los Angeles and Miami, as the premier road feeder to the international airline and freight forwarder communities. Sterling also serves Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville, in Florida.