About the Port of Ludington
Ludington Harbor is the seat of Mason County in western Michigan. Located at the mouth of the Pere Marquette River on Lake Michigan, Ludington Harbor is about 51 nautical miles north of Muskegon and about 86 nautical miles northeast of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A Great Lakes port, Ludington Harbor has a ferry service for passengers and vehicles from May through October that travels to and from Manitowoc, Wisconsin. With several inland lakes in addition to Lake Michigan, Ludington Harbor is a popular vacation destination throughout the year. Ludington Harbor’s economy also depends on manufacturing of chemical and wood products, machinery, and rail and highway equipment.
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About World Shipping, Inc.
Over 55 Years of Heritage
Since 1960, World Shipping has been active in serving shippers and receivers of international cargo operating in multiple segments, including freight forwarding, ocean freight, trucking, rail operations, warehousing and distribution, bulk liquid international logistics, and customs clearance. Headquartered in Cleveland, OH, The World Group companies include World Shipping, Inc., ContainerPort Group, UWL, World Distribution Services, and NewPort Tank Containers.
Vessel Agents Since 1960
World Shipping, Inc. is an independent shipping agency (Great Lakes Vessel Agents & Canadian Vessel Agents) specializing in vessel operations, APIS/AMS/ACI/ENOA/D, grain forwarding and project logistics.