In short, probably not, very few jobs in freight forwarding are remote. This is because almost all the roles are key front-line positions. Without these critical roles, many vital supply chains from food to pharmaceuticals would simply grind to a holt.
A key aspect of freight forwarding is movement and moving with your cargo is common for most roles in the industry. Therefore, it is highly likely that you will be able to travel around the globe, whether that is with your cargo or being deployed to set locations for set periods of time.
There are also many local roles available, in ports, airports and depots – meaning there is something to suit everyone.