License and Certifications:

  1. License: NVOCC
    Issuing Agency: Federal Maritime Commission
    License #: 018797
    The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is the independent federal agency responsible for regulating the U.S. International ocean transportation system for the benefit of U.S. exporters, importers, and the U.S. consumer. CMS Logistics, Inc. is a registered NVOCC with the Federal Maritime Commission.
  2. National Minority Supplier Development Council
    Certificate #: SC03824
    CMS Logistics, Inc. is a proud member of the The National Minority Supplier Development Council. The National Minority Supplier Development Council advances business opportunities for certified minority business enterprises and connects them to corporate members. Numerous large corporations have put in place supplier diversity requirements and policies in order to increase the number of minority business enterprises they source. Additionally, corporations have put in place policies to increase their overall minority business enterprise spend. Instating these policies can have multiple benefits from reinforcing corporate values and objectives to meeting compliance requirements of federal or state government customers, these policies have both intangible and economic benefits. Companies that source minority owned business suppliers can see benefits in the form of tax incentives, rebates and breaks. Offered by a variety of governmental agencies, these tax incentives can provide significant tax savings or credits for MBE-subcontracted work.
  3. ISO 9001:2015 Certified
    CMS Logistics, Inc. is proud to be ISO 9001:2015 certified by NSF, an accredited certification body. This respected certification recognizes companies for outstanding quality management systems. Rest assured knowing that CMS Logistics, Inc. is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Here are some of the benefits that you will receive working with us:

    1. Standardization
      ISO 9001 outlines the criteria for an organization’s quality management system, which drives standardization. Standardization results in quality service; customers can expect the same exceptional services every time.
    2. On-Time Delivery
      With standardization comes efficiency, resulting in on-time delivery services. An ISO certified company already has processes in place to calculate lead times and coordinate each step in the process from the initial shipment to the delivery of the product. These systems and relationships with trusted partners result in fewer unexpected delays.
    3. Cost Reduction
      In addition to standardization and QMS, ISO 9001 focuses on continuous improvement in refining processes.
    4. Reliability
      Having a QMS in place results in reliable services, meaning fewer failures, compared to those that don’t. Standardization and quality management sets a company up for success in its deliverables. And if there are inconsistencies, an ISO 9001 certified company already has a process set up to identify and resolve the issue, plus improve the process to prevent the problem from replicating itself.
    5. Improved Customer Satisfaction
      Each of the above reasons result in improved customer satisfaction—the guiding principle of ISO is to ensure the quality of the services being offered consistently improves and meets the needs of customers.